Shure BLX24/SM58 T11


UHF Wireless System with SM58 handheld transmitter

  • SM Vocal Series
  • Up to 3 systems simultaneously
  • Pilot tone
  • Microprocessor-controlled internal antenna diversity
  • Quick-Scan function to find free frequencies
  • Dynamic SM58 microphone capsule
  • 50 - 15.000 Hz
  • Cardioid
  • Receiver with plastic housing
  • Integrated antennas
  • XLR- and Jack outputs
  • Audio Status-LEDs
  • Frequency range: T11 (863 - 865 MHz)
  • Including case
Transmission technology analog
Channels Handheld Transmitter 1
Capsule Type Dynamic
Pattern Cardioid
Receiver Type Stationary
Frequency 863 MHz – 865 MHz
Output XLR
Charging System No
Integrated Battery No
available since October 2013
Item number 324096
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Receiver Width in mm 188 mm
Receiver Height in mm 40 mm
Frequency from 863 MHz
Receiver Depth in mm 103 mm
Receiver Weight in kg 0,2 kg
Frequency to 865 MHz
Transmitting Power in mW 10 mW
Selectable Frequencies 43
Switching Bandwidth in MHz 2 MHz
Frequency Display 1
Removable Antenna No
Rackkit Optional
Rackkit (Art. No.) 133263
Antenna Rackmount Kit No
Splitter No
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In stock within 9-12 weeks
In stock within 9-12 weeks

This item is expected back in stock soon and can then be shipped immediately.

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Information on the supported frequency ranges

Here you can see which frequencies are supported by this wireless system and the countries in which these frequencies are allowed in the future for wireless applications.

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Great Wireless Mic that doesn't break the bank
Anonymous 02.11.2016
Was very satisfied with this product. Had one signal issue with it a while back, not sure what it was. But Thomann it took back and sorted whatever the problem was and I had no problems after that. If you are looking for a wireless mic that isn't going to break the bank, this is what you should go for.

The whole set up has been very user friendly. Simply plug in and go. I never had any issues with interfering frequencies or any disturbances of that nature.

One of the main things I loved is the case that comes with, which kept all the parts, the receiver, the mic and the plug very safe. There was also a bit of room for me to neatly keep my earplugs also.

As much as I liked it, there were a couple of things I didn't like. The wire on the power chord that plugs into the receiver, eventually wore pretty quickly and started to break off due to constant movement, and being rewrapped every week. This may be have been my own fault, however I did do my best to take care of it, maybe if the material was a bit better this might not have happened.

Having recently used higher quality wireless mics, the material the mics are made from do feel a bit on the cheap side, more of a plastic feel than a solid metal finish. That being said they are quite durable, mine has taken many a fall and lived to tell the tale.

Despite these couple of negative elements, I really don't a lot to complain about this mic.

- Great sound quality
- Very accessible
- Very neat and tidy
- Very User Friendly

If you want to get a conga line dancing around a big function room it's also great for that ;)


Basic set which works for 100% for mobile djs
svk11 27.08.2018
After 7 gigs, no issue with signal transitions, works well and very easy to use, receiver checks free frequencies and you just set it in transmitter handheld Sm58. Sound is quit good however not so good as cable SM58. Also transmitter is plastic and you can feel little movements of battery cover cup. It could be more solid. Overall the cheapest solution for mobile djs without any drops, weird sounds in background :) woks pretty well. I have ordered one more.


Excellent performance mic
Bokixz 13.08.2018
Love this product from top to bottom. Excellent quality and the sounds and presets are awesome. Thank you so much Thomann team .


Great Microphone gives Singer freedom on stage
Finnbarr 14.02.2019
However in the Band im playing with, we have a Wireless IEM T-bone system that interferes with the Microphone signal and the IEM need to on channel 15 so it doesn't interfere with the Microphone signal