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Shure SVX188/CVL
SVX188E/CVL
SGD 741.00

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SVX Dual Wireless Lavalier System

Price includes 7% GST

Description

Includes SVX88 Dual Diversity Receiver, and SVX1 Bodypack Transmitter with CVL Centraverse Lavalier Condenser Microphone.


 


The Centraverse Lavalier (CVL) offers convenience and performance in an easy-to-use clip-on cardioid condenser microphone that features simple, no-nonsense setup made for presenting professionals. Precision-engineered for years of use in any Shure wireless systems, its compact size is ideal for presenting situations where visibility is a major concern. The unidirectional (cardioid) pickup pattern rejects unwanted sound for superior source quality and vocal reproduction.


 



Features


 



SVX 1 Transmitter





  • Transmitter Type: Bodypack

  • Dimensions: 108 mm height X 64 mm width X 19 mm depth

  • RF Output Power: 10

  • Battery, endurance: 10 h

  • Weight: 90 g



 




SVX 88 Receiver




  • Up to 8 selectable channels




  • Up to 4 compatible systems*




  • Antenna Switching Diversity




  • Adjustable Squelch Level




  • 1/4" and XLR output




  • Available with Handheld and Lavalier system packages




 


CVL Lavalier Microphone


  • Miniature clip-on lavalier microphone for low visibility




  • Permanently charged electret condenser element for clear vocal reproduction




  • Unidirectional (cardioid) polar pattern rejects unwanted noise for improved sound quality




  • Included tie clip allows for hands-free use, perfect for presenters




  • Included windscreen reduces plosives, wind and breath sounds




  • Tailored frequency response optimized for speaking and presentations




  • TA4F (TQG) connector seamlessly integrates with Shure wireless bodypack systems




  • Legendary Shure precision engineering for durability and performance




Specifications

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