Shure GLXD14+/MX53

Wireless System

  • Dual Band: 2,4 GHz and 5,8 GHz
  • With GLXD1+ bodypack transmitter, GLXD4+ receiver and 1x MX153 T earworn microphone
  • Up to 8 systems simultaneously with Frequency Manager 16
  • Automatic frequency setup
  • Display of battery life in hours and minutes
  • Integrated battery charging slot
  • Condenser MX153 microphone capsule with frequency range 20 - 20,000 Hz and omnidirectional polar pattern
  • Fixed antennas on the front
  • Outputs: XLR and 6.3 mm jack
  • High-resolution LC display
  • Up to 12 hours battery life
  • Up to 60 metres range
  • Metal transmitter
  • Plastic receiver
  • Receiver dimensions (W x D x H): 182 x 122 x 40 mm
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 29 x 67 x 115 mm
  • Total weight: 0.83 kg
  • Includes Shure lithium-ion battery, battery charger and EVA case
Available since March 2023
Item number 561228
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Headset Cannels 1
Transmission Format digital
Frequency 5800 MHz – 2400 MHz
Receiver Type Stationary
Pattern Omnidirectional
Earset 1 Ear
Mountable Antenna No
Charging System Yes
Integrated battery Yes
Diversity 1
Capsule Type Condenser
Mic Model 326924
Microphone Colour Beige
Transmission power in mW 10 mW
Usable Frequecies 2
Frequency Display 1
Automatic Frequency Search 1
Battery Power Display 1
Rackkit Optional
Output XLR
Receiver Width in mm 182 mm
Receiver Height in mm 40 mm
Receiver Depth in mm 122 mm
Receiver Weight in Kg 0,31 kg
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Digital dual-band wireless set

The Shure GLXD14+/MX53 is a digital wireless system complete with an MX153 skin-coloured omnidirectional condenser earset microphone that picks up sound from 20Hz to 20kHz. The dual-band design can be operated both cost and licence-free as it works in the 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequency ranges and has a transmission output of 10mW, which provides a range of up to 60m. The system's automatic frequency management technology means that it always selects the signal frequency with the best reception, and the system can also switch to interference-free carrier frequencies automatically during operation without any loss of audio signal. The scope of delivery also includes a rechargeable lithium ion battery for the transmitter, a power adapter for the receiver, and a carrying case.

Shure GLXD14+/ MX53 wireless system

Practical solutions

The Shure GLXD14+/MX53 digital wireless system generates a digital output signal via an XLR and 6.3mm jack socket and thus according to two different standards. The system additionally includes a USB-C interface to make firmware updates easy to install. Two different options are available for charging the lithium ion battery in the bodypack transmitter: The transmitter's USB-C connection or the battery charging socket on the front of the receiver. In addition to indicating which group and channel is active, the information provided on the receiver's high-resolution LC display also includes how much battery life remains (in hours and minutes) as well as the audio volume level and the signal gain level. The receiver's XLR output is ideal for forwarding the incoming signal to a mixing console, however, there is also the option of tapping the audio output using a jack cable if the intention is to use this to feed amplifiers or small active PA systems.

Shure MX53 microphone

For beginners and advanced users

The Shure GLX14+/MX53 system's simple and intuitive operation makes it a good choice for newcomers to the world of wireless systems, but its design and features, such as the highly portable plastic table receiver that weighs just 310 grams and, by contrast, the particularly robust metal construction of the transmitter, also make it an interesting proposition for more advanced users who plan to use it more frequently. Those looking for an easy-to-use wireless system that can be operated with up to 16 transmission paths at once can do this by utilising the 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequency bands simultaneously. Alternatively, up to eleven receivers can be operated at the same time using just the 2.4GHz setting.

Shure GLXD14+ bodypack transmitter

About Shure

The American company Shure began developing microphones during the early 1930s and is one of the pioneers of the audio engineering sector. Models such as the 55 Unidyne - known to many as the "Elvis microphone" - and the SM57 and SM58 which appeared in the mid-1960s are still ubiquitous in live sound production today. They enjoy cult status among musicians and technicians alike. In the 1990s, Shure introduced the first wireless microphones and in-ear monitoring systems and became a market leader in this field. In addition to microphones, Shure offers a wide range of earphones and headphones for studio and live use, as well as various accessories.

Connections on the back of the Shure GLXD14+

A tireless performer

The Shure GLXD14+/MX53 is a versatile wireless solution with a bodypack transmitter that is not restricted to operation with the included earset microphone: It can also be used in conjunction with handheld microphones and headsets, and is even suitable for instrument signals, which makes the system ideal for speakers, moderators, presenters, fitness studios, and dance schools, to name just a few examples. Whatever the case may be, users can look forward to up to 12 hours of operation on a single battery charge, and the battery level indicator makes it easy to see when the next recharge is needed. Even if only one transmitter can be used with the receiver at once, it is still possible to couple it with two transmitters simultaneously, allowing the user to change microphones or instruments much more quickly. Last but not least, the stationary receiver features a backlit display with three different brightness settings - a blessing on dark stages.