They may have been putting you off due to the FCC frequency reassignment
for wireless systems? If you're sure it's the switch and are interested in
getting it fixed I'd recommend trying a handy/capable friend or a local
electronics repair shop instead. You may end up with antenna-toting folks
at your door someday, however...

I've been very happy with my PGX-D setup for a couple of years now (PGX-D2
handheld with Beta 58A capsule and a PGX-D4 base station). I use
rechargeable low self-drain NiMH AA cells (I find the IKEA LADDA 2450 to be
great at the price) and they last well.


On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 9:18 PM, Delia Clark via Callers <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I need some advice. My wireless mic (Shure PGx2) has finally died - a
> problem with the on/off switch. I sent it to Shure but they said it was was
> too old to repair. Rather than buying through a cheap online site like I
> did last time, which might be why it seems to have broken and gone out of
> date so quickly, I went to the Shure website to look at new ones. Two that
> seem to look a lot like my old one are below. Can anyone recommend which
> might be better for calling, or another handheld wireless mic that you’d
> recommend more?
> BLX The ideal entry-level wireless microphone system for small venues, BLX
> offers professional quality sound with simple setup and an intuitive
> interface. $299
> - Transmitter form factors include handheld (customizable at
>, bodypack, headworn, lavalier, instrument
> clip-on, and combo
> - Single-channel, dual-channel, and rack mount receiver options available
> - Powered with AA batteries
> - Offers a 24 MHz tuning bandwidth and up to 12 compatible systems per
> frequency band (region dependent)
> PGX-D Digital offers wireless audio that sounds like wired, rock-solid RF
> performance, and simple setup and operation for small clubs and venues.
>  $349
> Transmitter form factors include handheld, lavalier, headworn, bodypack,
> and instrument clip-on
> Powered with AA batteries
> Operates in the 900 MHz frequency band
> Up to 5 systems can be used simultaneously
> Thanks for any advice you have!
> Delia
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> Delia Clark
> PO Box 45
> Taftsville, VT 05073
> Office/mobile: +1-802-457-2075
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