Portable bodypack receiver features a switchable built-in volume limiter; output level control; and two-color (red/green), three-way ON/Signal/Low Battery LED indicator. Operates up to six hours (depe... Click To Read More About This Product
Portable bodypack receiver features a switchable built-in volume limiter; output level control; and two-color (red/green), three-way ON/Signal/Low Battery LED indicator. Operates up to six hours (depending on volume) on a nine-volt alkaline battery. Supplied with a pair of miniature, lightweight (yet powerful) in-ear speakers with soft rubber mounts in three sizes (small, medium, and large) designed for form-fitted comfort and optimum acoustic transfer and isolation. Rear clip can be rotated ninety degrees for attaching receiver vertically or horizontally to clothes.
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We use these with 3 transmitters and about 8 recievers at church for our conteprary praise team. We use electric drums and pods and run a weird way through the insert off the main mixer which post gain, pre everything else. These work nice when we find a good channel. Some have horrible noise then others work fine. We have a few nadys like these but some others that are exactly like these from carvin. I'm very pleased so far. Fairly new so we will see how we like them in a year.
I've used Nady systems since the late 80's for live performances and recording. This IEM systems reciever ability to be expanded to any number of user on a single transmiter was the clincher when it came to diversity (and lower cost) after comparing two dozen systems. The cost is much lower than buying multiple monitors, chords, amps!!! The sound quality (with the new addition of the koss earphones as standard)is outstanding!!
If you use this unit correctly it is great. Make sure you use the right connections. The 'MIC in' is +10db. You'll get a lot of distortion if you use this for anything but a mic on it. If you use the XLR in's with the monitor output of your board it will work nicely. There is a bit of hiss and the batteries go really fast.. but the same goes true for the expensive units. The included earbuds are junk. Get a set of E2's and you'll have a great setup for a fraction of what the other units cost.
Not a bad deal for the price. The NADY earbuds are very inefficient and do not produce enough volume without distortion. I use a set of cheap headphones, and it works great!
Good low-cost alternative to other in-ear monitors. Ear bud upgrade improves sound. Additional bodypacks are a little pricy.