Not only is the Wi Digital Systems AudioLink series incredibly compact, but they sound amazing, with the flexibility of true stereo or mono in a single unit. Designed to combine all the features neces... Read More
Not only is the Wi Digital Systems AudioLink series incredibly compact, but they sound amazing, with the flexibility of true stereo or mono in a single unit. Designed to combine all the features necessary for virtually any instrument that has a mono or stereo outputs to go wireless, the JM-WAL35 has flexible power, from internal rechargeable batteries or an external AA pack; full frequency range; uncompressed, crystal-clear sound; and the ability to route to up to eight audio receivers, so your single transmitter can sequentially feed stage, front-of-house, in-ear, and any other audio destination you might need, all at once, all with the touch of the œLink button.
Perhaps the best feature of the JM-WAL35 is its overall versatility. From instrument wireless, to in-ear monitors, to feeding powered speakers without having to route long cables, its a Swiss army knife multi-tasking solution for many of your audio needs.
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These are very clever. A great idea. A wireless system that you can use with pretty much anything. And very affordable. I bought two of these. one to use with my guitar and one to use with my in ear monitors. They worked well, and the guitar tone was no different than a cable. The big drawback here is latency. 18ms to be exact. To me this was intolerable. I used them a second time just for the in ears, and a cable on the guitar. The latency wasn't as distracting this way, although when I would talk in the mic, it sounded like there was a doubler on my voice. I was hearing my voice in my head, and the slight delay in my ear buds. Not as noticeable when the whole band is cranking. My solution here is to send back one set, and keep the other for the in ears. I'll buy a different wireless for the guitar. Another thing is that the range is no where near the 100' that they claim. I walked across an open room, and was cutting out at less than 50' with clear line of sight.