Nady—the wireless pioneer that's been leading the way for 25 years—has made a giant leap ahead. The receiver features dual retractable, front-panel antennas and DigiTRU Diversity digital processing ci... Read More
Nady—the wireless pioneer that's been leading the way for 25 years—has made a giant leap ahead. The receiver features dual retractable, front-panel antennas and DigiTRU Diversity digital processing circuitry to virtually eliminate dropouts and maximize operating range (250 ft. or 500+ line-of-sight). The rugged half-rack design has RF and AF 5-LED displays for monitoring incoming signal strength and audio level, balanced XLR and adjustable unbalanced 1/4" jack outputs, noise-free transmitter on/off operation, and unique snap-out side-panel locking tabs for convenient single receiver or dual receiver (side-by-side) optional rack mounting. Sturdy plastic, padded carrying case. Can be operated with any musical instrument with a pickup. Top-panel input level adjust and locking mini-jack for solid instrument attachment. One 9-volt battery allows up to 15 hours operation time.
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There is no difference in sound quality than when being plugged in directly. The additional mobility is great when performing. I have tried it with my guitar and mandolin as well and the results are equally as impressive. I would recommend this product for any instrument if you are looking to go wireless.
I got a $100 gift card for Christmas so I thought I'd buy a new wireless unit. I tried another brand in the price range first but I had loud noises through my rig which in turn went through the entire PA on the first gig I used it so I took it back and got this one. The sound quality is very good and on the first gig using it my band leader wanted me to go out into the audience with him and his wireless sax. I went out about 150 feet and there were no dropouts. The only thing where they could have put more time into is designing the transmitter. If you move around a lot the clip for your strap is not very secure and the way the top of the transmitter slides up to put the battery in is not very good. But again the sound of is very good with no dropouts. The clip on the other brand I took back was perfect!! I guess you have to spend a little more to have it all.
not a bad unit for the money. so far no problems. no drop outs or loss of quality of my sound in a side by side test with my rigs. All in all a good buy.
this wireles system is a good deal. i would recomend it for anyone. i play through a fender blues jr. with a celection v 30 speaker and if this changed my tona at all i would have sent it back imidietly. astonishingly it did not! make sure u use the unbalanced input and put the volume on max and youre good, no tone variations what so ever.