Shure AD2/VP68=-G57 Handheld Wireless Microphone Transmitter

$1,025.00 $925.00
Article number: AD2/VP68=-G57
Availability: Ships from manufacturer

AD2/VP68 delivers impeccable audio quality and RF performance with wide-tuning, High Density mode, and encryption. Features durable metal construction, rechargeable power with dockable charging, and black finish. The AD2/VP68 is a handheld wireless microphone transmitter compatible with Axient® Digital Wireless Systems. With breakthrough RF performance and wide tuning up to 184 MHz, the AD2/VP68 puts professional-quality wireless digital audio within reach.


  • Two transmission modes: Standard for optimal coverage and new High Density for maximum system channel count and robust coverage
  • Rugged metal construction in black finish
  • Backlit LCD with easy-to-navigate menu and controls
  • Low-profile, lockable power switch
  • Encryption-enabled, secure transmission
  • AA or SB900A lithium-ion rechargeable batteries for convenient power options
  • External contacts for docked charging


  • Pickup Pattern: Omnidirectional Condenser Wireless Microphone
  • AD2/VP68=-G57 470-616 MHZ
  • Mic Offset Range: –12 to 21 dB (in 3 dB steps)
  • Battery Type: Shure SB900A Rechargeable Li-Ion or LR6 AA batteries 1.5 V
  • Battery Runtime @10mW:
  • Shure SB900A: >11 hours Alkaline: 8 hours
  • Dimensions: 256 mm × 51 mm (10.1 in. × 2.0 in.) L × D
  • Weight: 340 g (12.0 oz.), without batteries
  • Housing: Cast aluminum
  • Audio Input
  • Configuration: Unbalanced
  • Maximum Input Level, 1 kHz at 1% THD: 145 dB SPL, typical (SM58)
  • RF Output
  • Antenna Type:Integrated Single-Band Helical
  • Occupied Bandwidth: <200kkHz
  • Modulation Type: Shure Axient Digital Proprietary
  • Power: 2mW,10mW,35mW
  • See Frequency Range and Ouput Power table, varies by region

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