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Bodypack transmitter for Shure BLX wireless microphone system.
The durable BLX1 features a lightweight, ergonomic design and adjustable gain control. For use with BLX® Wireless Systems. The BLX1 transmitter pack can be used with SM-31FH, E-mic, Aeromic, Cyclemic, and GX-Mics wired with a Shure-specific 4-pin connector.
*Looking for frequency group H8? Those are discontinued, but the H9 group overlaps. So, you can usually use an H9 transmitter with a BLX4 receiver on frequency group H9. Here's a chart. Basically, it says that about 50 of the frequencies of the new H9 transmitters can be picked up by H8 receivers.
Another cool note for owners of the discontinued Shure PGX4 receiver: a BLX1 transmitter pack can be used in some situations with the PGX4 receiver. If your PGX4 receiver is on frequency groups J6 or H6, a Shure BLX1 transmitter may work for you.
The transmitter works exactly how i was hoping it would. It was worth the money.