Battle Royale: Comparing the Shure BLX14-H9 to the JOYO JW-01

In this comparison we put the Shure BLX14-H9 and JOYO JW-01 head to head in a battle to find out which wins the specifications war. Not sure which is right for you? Read on and find the perfect item for your needs. If you would like to see more product comparisons from the same category, click here.

Contestant number one is the Shure BLX14-H9. This BLX14 guitar wireless system from Shure offers unprecedented receiver sound quality indistinguishable from instrument cable alternative. It has quite a few system features that are inspired by some of Shures higher-end ULX series. The BLX line focuses on customization ability, with multiple mics and transmitters that can be added and integrated into the systems.

And now we will have a look at our second product, the JOYO JW-01. The JOYO JW-01 Rechargeable 2.4Ghz Audio Wireless Digital Guitar system is a Bluetooth transmitter for guitar. It is capable of connecting to multiple amps with its synchronization feature. It operates simply and consists of 2 pocket-sized devices and a mini USB style charger. It broadcasts over ultra-high frequencies providing a quality, clear sound faithful to the instruments projected tone without interference and has a 5-10 meter line of sight. Suitably priced.

More about the Shure BLX14-H9

This wireless system for guitars benefits from highly durable construction and world-class designs. Set-up includes a guitar lead, 1 x BLX4 wireless receiver, and 1 x BLX1 body-pack transmitter which has an adjustable gain for user control on stage. The transmitter only needs 2 stand AA batteries to operate providing up to 14 hours of continuous use. Whilst advertised a guitar system it is also suitable for use as a wireless bass guitar system also, dealing well with lower frequency audio signals. At $299.00 it allows for tangle free touring for modern-day musicians that move to their music.

Shure BLX14-H9 JOYO JW-01
+ Power and battery status LED's
+ Frequency matching extra feature
+ Informative user guide.
+ Batteries included.

+ Adequate frequency response.
+ Operates on UHF frequency
+ Blue Tooth digital technology.

It provides seamless wireless signaling around a reasonable price tag and is a great starting point for building a professional level customized wireless system. It is hard to distinguish from a guitar cable and is a low cost wireless guitar system.

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