SHURE
PSM 200 Personal Monitor Systems

Homepage  |   Azden  |   Zoom  |   Sound Devices  |   Sennheiser  |   Tascam  |   Yamaha  |   JBL  |   Mackie  |   Audio Technica  |   Rode  |   SHURE  |   LACOUSTICS  |   Beyerdynamic  |   Contact us
Home > SHURE > PSM 200 > PSM 200 Personal Monitor Systems  
Personal Monitor Systems
PSM 200
PSM 200
P2R
P2RE2
P2T
P2TRE2
PSM 400
PSM 600
PSM 700
PSM 900
PSM 1000
Microphones
PG Microphones
SM Microphones
Beta Microphones
KSM Microphones
Microflex
Classic
All Others
Wireless Systems
Performance Gear System
PGX System
PGX Digital Wireless Systems
SLX Series
ULX Standard
ULX Professional
UHF- R - Series
All Others
Earphones & Headphones
SE Earphones
Headphones
Music + Mobile
Discussion Systems
C1-Ci
C1-Cs
C1-Di
C1-Ds
C1-PS 30s
C1-PS 60i
Mixers + Digital Signal Processors
DSP
Installed Mixers
Performance Mixers
Field + Mobile

DJ RecordNeedlz +

Hi-Fi Phono Cartridges

Record Needlz
Phono Cartridges
PSM 200 Personal Monitor Systems


Product Code: psm200

Whether you're playing live or rehearsing, you need to hear yourself to be your best. Yet some performers still struggle with booming floor wedge monitors and loud stage volume.  PSM 200 is the personal monitoring breakthrough for entry-level performers. In ear is now in reach.

Features

Featuring smart, versatile components that grow with you as your needs change, the PSM®200 series is a practical alternative to floor wedges for performers who want to start out in ear and stay there.

 

The P2R Hybrid Bodypack Receiver is the world's first bodypack receiver to function as a wired receiver, a wireless receiver, or both at the same time. This and other unique features, along with excellent sound quality, make the P2R an exceptional value.

 

The P2T Wireless TransMixer is another breakthrough design for personal monitoring. It allows the user to connect two line-level or mic-level inputs directly into the transmitter. The two signals can then be mixed independently. You can connect microphones or instruments directly to the inputs, use line outputs from a mixing console, or connect it to the Shure AuxPander. In short, no matter what the output device, you can probably plug it into the TransMixer. 

 

SHURE Pro Audio 120410 shure pro audioNext Index1
Performance Microphone | SM57 | SM58 | SM57+X2u | SM58+X2u | Beta 58A | Beta 57A | SM86 | SM87A | Super 55 | 55SH Series II | 520DX | Beta 52A | Beta 53
|
Beta 54 | Beta 56A | Beta 87A | Beta 87C | Beta 91 | Beta 98/S | Beta 98D/S | Beta 98H/C |
Beta 181 | Beta 91A | Beta 98A | Beta 98AMP | DMK57-52 | KSM137 | KSM141 | KSM9 | PG48 | PG52 | PG56 | PG57
|
PG58 | PG81 | PGDMK4 | PGDMK6 | SM10A | SM27 | SM48 | SM57 | SM81 | SM94 | Recording Microphone | SM57+X2u | SM58+X2u | 810 Modulink | Beta 52A
|
Beta 98H/C | El Diablo | Naked Eye | Proscenium | Recordist | Soundstage  | SPLx Custom | Studio Vocalist | KSM109 | KSM137 | KSM141 | KSM27 | KSM313
|
KSM32 | KSM353 | KSM44 | PG27USB | PG27 | PG42USB | PG42 | SM137 | SM27 | SM81 | VP88 | Installed Microphone | 545SD | 565SD | 104C | 450 Series II
|
503BG | 514B Handheld| 515 Series | 522 Desktop |
527B | 527C | 561 Gooseneck | 562 Gooseneck | 577B | 588SDX | 596LB Handheld | KS109 | KSM137 |
KSM42 | KSM44A
|
KSM141 | MX180/N | MX183 | MX202 | MX391 | MX395 | MX396 | MX405 | MX412 | SM11 | SM57 | Broadcast Microphone | MC50B | MX180/N | MX183 | SM2
|
SM63 | SM7B | SM89 | SM93 | VP64A,VP64AL | VP88 |
|