#1
I'm ordering a wireless receiver for my guitar as we speak.

I'v picked out the model i want its a Shure PGX14 Wireless Guitar/Bass model.

Before i add it to my cart though it wants me to select either a H6/J6/L5 Channel for it.

I have no clue what that is so i'm asking you guys what in the world that means thx


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#2
The Shure site has this tech article and frequency finder for your area. The page explains it this way...

"...selection guide provides recommended frequencies and the estimated number of compatible systems for all Shure Wireless Systems and PSM Wireless Systems. Shure Applications Engineering updates these lists regularly."

...and the link to the application...

http://www.americanmusical.com/item--i-SHU-PGX14-H6.html

When I ran the application for my area, it came up with this:


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City: ARLINGTON
Series: UHF

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Local Television Channels (50 mile radius):

Call Letters
City, State
Channel
Distance
Active

KMPX
DECATUR, TX
29 analog (560 to 566 MHz)
12 miles
On Air

KMPX
DECATUR, TX
30 digital (566 to 572 MHz)
12 miles
On Air

KDAF
DALLAS, TX
32 digital (578 to 584 MHz)
14 miles
On Air

KTAQ
GREENVILLE, TX
46 digital (662 to 668 MHz)
14 miles

Future

KSTR-TV
IRVING, TX
48 digital (674 to 680 MHz)
14 miles
On Air

KSTR-TV
IRVING, TX
49 analog (680 to 686 MHz)
14 miles
On Air

KFWD
FORT WORTH, TX
51 digital (692 to 698 MHz)
12 miles
On Air

KFWD
FORT WORTH, TX
52 analog (698 to 704 MHz)
12 miles
On Air

KLDT
LAKE DALLAS, TX
54 digital (710 to 716 MHz)
14 miles
On Air

KPXD
ARLINGTON, TX
68 analog (794 to 800 MHz)
12 miles
On Air

Public Safety 68 (794 to 800 MHz) Future
Public Safety 69 (800 to 806 MHz) Future


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Use these recommended Groups/Channels:

Band
Max # of transmitters
Recommended Group
Recommended Channels

J4
12
Group: 4
1 (554.3), 2 (555.8), 3 (556.8), 4 (557.575), 5 (558.55), 6 (559.025), 7 (559.75), 16 (573.375), 17 (574.35), 18 (574.775), 19 (575.975), 20 (576.65)

M4
12
Group: 8
6 (668.725), 7 (669.425), 8 (671.15), 9 (672.225), 10 (673.775), 18 (686.6), 19 (687.425), 20 (688), 21 (688.8), 22 (689.85), 23 (690.45), 24 (691.425)

UA
11
Group: 7
1 (782.125), 2 (783), 3 (783.625), 4 (784.875), 5 (785.875), 6 (787.25), 7 (788.375), 8 (789), 9 (789.875), 10 (790.375), 11 (792.875)

UB
6
Group: 10
6 (709.875), 7 (709), 8 (708.375), 9 (707.375), 10 (706.625), 11 (705.125)

If using multiple bands together, contact Shure Applications
Engineering for assistance in selecting frequencies.

Shure does not recommend purchase of UA-band wireless systems for use in the
United States; TV channels 68 and 69 (the upper half of the UA-band) have been
reallocated for Public Safety use by the Federal Communications Commission.

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Hope this helps

Chris
Last edited by RCShadow at Oct 26, 2007,