Shure GLXD14R/MX53 Wireless Microphone System (Factory Re-Certified)
The GLXD14R/MX53 Headworn Wireless System is part of the GLX-D Advanced wireless systems family.
GLXD14R/MX53 provides intelligent rechargeability, robust RF performance, automatic frequency management and increased channel count with exceptional digital audio clarity and seamless operation. The premium MX153 headworn earset microphone offers discreet wear and exceptional clarity for presentations and other spoken word applications. For use with GLX-D® Advanced Frequency Managers (UA846Z2).
MX153: Subminiature omnidirectional cartridge offers superior clarity and enhanced plosive protection with no proximity effect.
Terminated with TQG / TA4F connector for direct connectivity to Shure wireless bodypack transmitters.
Ultra-lightweight, comfortable, flexible design is stable and easy to place over either ear.
CommShield® Technology guards against interference from cellular RF devices and digital bodypack transmitters.
Kevlar™ reinforced soft flex cable.
Includes protective storage pouch, 3 windscreens, and collar clip.
GLXD1: Automatically links with GLXD4 and GLXD4R wireless receivers for seamless frequency changing.
Sophisticated design with rugged metal construction.
Easily accessible on / off switch.
Locking TQG connection for use with Shure lavalier, headset, earset, and instrument microphones and guitar cables.
GLXD4R: Rock-solid RF Performance from patented data communication.
Integrated battery charge port for proprietary Shure lithium-ion transmitter batteries with two-color charge indicator LED.
Detachable antennas for remote mounting.
Remote adjustable transmitter gain control.
Hi-res LCD screen status display.
Real-time battery run-time displayed in hours and minutes (accurate within +/- 15 minutes).
XLR and ¼” output connectors.
Rugged metal chassis design.
Includes rack mount hardware.
20 to 20,000 Hz
Phantom power required?
+5 V DC (130 µA minimum)
Up to 16 hours
Shure lithium-ion rechargeable batteries
Typical Operating Distance
Indoors: Up to 100 feet (30 m) typical, with a maximum of 200 feet (60 m) under ideal conditions. Outdoors: Up to 65 feet (20 m) typical, with a maximum of 165 feet (50 m) under ideal conditions.