Digital Reference DR4500 Instrument Wireless System  

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The Digital Reference DR4500 wireless microphone system provides crystal-clear sound in a robust RF package. The receiver's 1000 RF channels provide geographic and multi-system flexibility. The DR4500... Read More

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Overview

The Digital Reference DR4500 wireless microphone system provides crystal-clear sound in a robust RF package. The receiver's 1000 RF channels provide geographic and multi-system flexibility. The DR4500's durable all-metal construction protects your investment, and simple operation lets you focus on the audience.

Consumer Alert:

Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.

Features
  • Frequency-agile operation with 1000 user selectable UHF channels for crystal-clear operation nationwide
  • True Diversity receiver design with dual front-ends minimizes drop outs
  • Switchable RF transmit power to extend distance in demanding environments
  • Rugged all-metal construction for transmitters and receiver
  • ASC IR transmitter set-up
  • Simple front-panel control and menu navigation
  • Includes instrument cable
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Digital ReferenceDR4500 Instrument Wireless System
 
3.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

I love this system

By Michael Hegner

from Murfreesboro Tennessee

Comments about Digital Reference DR4500 Instrument Wireless System:

I play guitar live all the the time and I have never once had an issue with my pack, receiver, or unwanted noise. I have my receiver placed on top of my amp, and run a noise suppressor and a volume pedal on my effects loop. This system gives me a 300 foot range and it is so much fun to test this out. Hands down the best system out there.

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5.0

Total clarity that beats the cable!

By JJ Spangler

from Colorado Springs, CO

Comments about Digital Reference DR4500 Instrument Wireless System:

I've owned and used AT for over 10 years now, and just switched to the Digital Reference. I use the DR 3500 for my vocals, and just purchesed the DR 4500 for my guitar with absolutely awesome sound! I have found, with ALL wireless systems, you have to be careful how close the receiver is to your amps as they CAN pick up some noise...but just putting a sheet of foil under it fixes the problem. I'm totally mobile on stage now, with over 80 feet of perfect sound from the receiver. I use them sometimes right on stage and also 50+ feet away in the sound board with no mixed results...for the money, you won't find better! -JJ Spangler aka The Fireman & The Fireman Band

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They can't be serious? Unusable!

By Jon Clark

from Austin, TX

Comments about Digital Reference DR4500 Instrument Wireless System:

Have been holding off from buying a wireless instrument system since they have all gone to the 1/8" plug in cable on the transmitter - when I say all, I mean ALL brands have done this. 1/8" is too little surface area inside to maintain a reliable connection, none the less hold up to the riggors of live performance. I broke down and bought this system yesterday. It feels very well constructed so I chose this one. Unpacked it, read the manual, set it up, plugged in the toy cable, turned it on, and WWWWWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE sound comes through the audio into my amplifier. It's the same sound a nearly worn out computer fan makes. No matter what channel you select, no matter how your instrument is grounded, this noise is there. As if that weren't enough, any movement of the body causes snuffling and scritching and popping and sighing sounds to come out of your amp due to the 1/8" plugs poor contact inside the transmitter, on top of the fact that the cable itself is so microphonic that it could not be used for any application. I will try the Sennheiser next.

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