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Shure QLXD14 Combo Headset System with Countryman E6i (QLXD14 E6I G) Wireless, G50 frequency band (470 - 534 MHz)

CCI exclusive package - single-channel QLX-D receiver, bodypack transmitter and Countryman E6i headset microphone

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What's in the kit:

  •  E6i Earset Microphone for Shure
  •  QLX-D Bodypack Wireless System

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QLXD14 E6I G

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The Shure QLXD14 with Countryman E6i bodypack wireless system combines professional features with simplified setup, easy operation, and the smallest, lightest, least visible head-worn microphone around. It operates in the G frequency band (470 - 534 MHz) and is composed of the Shure QLXD1 wireless bodypack transmitter, QLXD4 digital wireless receiver, power supply, two 1/2 wave antennas, two BNC cables, two BNC bulkhead adapters, Countryman E6i headset / ear set mic, two AA batteries, zipper bag, rackmount kit, and user guide.

Features:

  • Operates in G band (470-534 MHz)
  • Transparent 24-bit digital audio
  • Better than 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response ± 3 dB, with >100 dB dynamic range
  • Unobtrusive, flexible E6i ear set with replaceable cable & excellent isolation
  • 3 mic protective caps for different frequency responses
  • Great for mid-size events & installs in HOW, businesses, hotels, government offices, conference venues, schools, & live performance spaces

Specifications for the Shure QLXD14 Combo Headset System with Countryman E6i

{ "System Specifications" : { "RF Carrier Frequency Range" : "G50: 470 to 534 MHz", "Working Range" : "330' (100 m) Note: Actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection and interference", "RF" : "Tuning Step Size: 25 kHz, varies by region", "Image Rejection" : "Greater than 70 dB, typical", "RF Sensitivity" : "-97 dBm at 10-5 BER", "Latency" : "< 2.9 ms", "Audio Frequency Response" : "QLXD1: 20 Hz - 20 kHz (±1 dB)", "Audio Dynamic Range" : "System Gain @ +10: > 120 dB, A-weighted, typical", "Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)" : "-12 dBFS Input, System Gain @ +10: Less than 0.1%", "Polarity" : "System Audio: Positive pressure on microphone diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 (with respect to pin 3 of XLR output) and the tip of the 1/4" (6.35 mm) output", "Operating Temperature Range" : "0 to 122°F (-18 to 50°C) Note: Battery characteristics may limit this range", "Storage Temperature Range" : "-20 to 165°F (-29 to 74°C) Note: Battery characteristics may limit this range" }, "Receiver" : { "Housing" : "Steel", "Power Requirement" : "12 VDC @ 0.4 A, supplied by external power supply (tip positive)", "RF Input" : { "Spurious Rejection" : "> 80 dB, typical", "Connector Type" : "BNC", "Impedance" : "50 ohms" }, "Audio Output" : { "Gain Adjustment Range" : "-18 to +42 dB in 1 dB steps", "Configuration" : "1/4" (6.35 mm), Impedance balanced (Tip=audio, Ring=no audio, Sleeve=ground)", "XLR_" : "Balanced (1=ground, 2=audio +, 3=audio -)", "Impedance" : { "1/4" (6.35 mm)" : "100 ohms (50 ohms Unbalanced)", "XLR" : "100 ohms" }, "Full Scale Output" : "1/4" (6.35 mm), +12 dBV", "XLR" : "LINE setting= +18 dBV, MIC setting= -12 dBV ", "Mic/Line Switch" : "30 dB pad", "Phantom Power Protection" : "1/4" (6.35 mm), Yes", "XLR-" : "Yes" }, "Networking" : { "Network Interface" : "Single Port Ethernet 10/100 Mbps", "Network Addressing Capability" : "DHCP or Manual IP address", "Maximum Ethernet Cable Length" : "328' (100 m)" }, "Dimensions (H x W x D)" : "1.63 x 7.75 x 5.94" (41 x 197 x 151 mm)", "Weight" : "1.71 lb (777 g)" }, "Bodypack Transmitter" : { "Housing" : "Cast aluminum", "Mic Offset Range" : "0 to 21 dB (in 3 dB steps)", "Battery Type" : "Shure SB900 rechargeable Li-Ion or AA batteries 1.5 V", "Battery Runtime" : { "At 10 mW" : "", "Shure SB900" : "up to 10 hours ", "Alkaline" : "up to 9 hours" }, "Audio Input" : { "Connector" : "4-pin male mini connector (TA4M)", "Configuration" : "Unbalanced", "Impedance" : "1 MOhm", "Maximum Input Level 1 kHz at 1% THD" : "8.5 dBV (7.5 Vpp)", "Preamplifier Equivalent Input Noise (EIN)" : "-120 dBV, A-weighted, typical (System Gain Setting = +20)" }, "RF Output" : { "Connector" : "SMA", "Antenna Type" : "1/4 wave", "Impedance" : "50 ohms", "Occupied Bandwidth" : "Less than 200 kHz ", "Modulation Type" : "Shure proprietary digital", "Power" : "1 or 10 mW ", "Note" : "Varies by region" }, "Dimensions (H x W x D)" : "3.38 x 2.57 x 0.92" (86 x 65 x 23 mm)", "Weight" : "4.9 oz (138 g), without batteries" } }

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Stephen
We use the QLXD bodypack system on my pastor every week and it is great! Mostly that it sounds great. I didn't realize how much cleaner it would be coming from an older, analog Sennheiser EW100 wireless system. The QLXD just cleaned it up. Less hiss and less frequency anomalies. We used the same outstanding DPA mic on both systems (just changed the adapter to keep using the exact same mic). The QLXD was VERY worth it for my pastor's voice. I believe in putting the money into the pastor's mic.

Sonically, the QLXD sounds great! Not just on my pastor, but we have some hand-held units as well for our worship leader and other singers. It comes through very transparently.

The build quality is great. Sturdy metal components I don't have to worry about easily breaking. It just feels solid.

My only hesitation with the QLXD is in comparing it to the ULXD, but honestly I didn't think the ULXD features were worth it for my venue. Namely, I wish you could have a name in teh display on the QLXD units like you can on the ULXD. I also miss having the RF level of each antennas showing. But I DO appreciate the larger letter display on the QLXD over the ULXD. Then there's the ULX being able to have more simultaneous systems (if you have a lot of wireless). And of course, if you get the quad ULXD receiver it has Dante where there's no such option with the QLXD (but Shure and others have analog to Dante options that are actually cheaper than the ULXD). So it depends on what you really want and how much extra money you're willing to pay for it. For us, the QLXD is a great balance of price for great sound quality.

We later also bought the Shure battery system. It's a little pricey, but really convenient. The reason we bought it is that the rechargeable batteries we were using lost some of their outer insulation layer and this was somehow sometimes shorting in our QLXD handheld units. That's the only possible problem I've had with the QLXD (and it was as much the battery's fault). Get the Shure batteries and charger system and you won't have that problem.

To recap - overall we're very pleased with our QLXD's. It's not the cheapest. It's not the absolute best. But I think it's the overall best price / feature / quality balance in the Shure line and really across the industry. I definitely recommend these units!