This is a Shure U4D dual channel handheld system. It is in excellent condition and is ready to go.
You will not find a UA systems in this condition anywhere else!
Everything is in pristine condition and shows little use. These are a RARITY.

The receiver displays are nice and bright, indicating low hours of use. It has been serviced with Shure's recommended de-oxidation procedure, and anti-corrosion treatment and is ready for many more hours of trouble free service.
The front panel is pristine and blemish free. (better than the photo used)

The U2-Beta87 handheld transmitters function perfectly, and have been refinished with ceramic high-temp coating that matches the original finish. Both the handle and the capsule look as new, absolutely perfect.
A BRAND NEW  inner foam windscreen and blue ring have been installed in the Beta87 capsule.
These are the original Beta87 capsules, and were later renamed Beta87A.
(They were simply renamed once the Beta87C was introduced)
Specs are identical to the current model as sold today.

Here's what you get:

1 Shure U4D dual channel UHF receiver  UA frequency group  (782-806MHz)
2 Shure U2 handheld transmitters, completely refinished, with a BETA87 capsule.  NEW INNER FOAM and BLUE RING!
2 New 1/2-wave antennas.
2 New Shure WA371 mic stand clips
2 New Shure zippered storage cases.
1 USA AC power cord

Both transmitters and the receiver have been tested thoroughly, and they function perfectly.

 I'm both an engineer and a performer, and I guarantee this to function as it should, and to be as described.

The FCC has prohibited, effective January 15, 2010, the import, sale, offer for sale, or shipment of wireless microphones and other low power auxiliary stations (i.e. similar devices) intended for use in the 700 MHz Band (698-806Mhz)  in the United States. This prohibition will help complete an important component of the DTV transition by clearing the 700 MHz band to enable the rollout of new communications services for public safety and for next generation wireless services for consumers.