The AKG WMS 40 Minisystem includes an SR 40 MINI receiver, a PT 40 MINI pocket transmitter, a MKG L instrument cable, a universal power supply with US/UK/EU adapter, and one AA size dry battery.The SR 40 Mini receiver provides three status LEDs indicating ON/OFF status, received signal strength (RF OK), and audio clipping (AF CLIP). The VOLUME cont... Click To Read More About This Product
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The AKG WMS 40 Minisystem includes an SR 40 MINI receiver, a PT 40 MINI pocket transmitter, a MKG L instrument cable, a universal power supply with US/UK/EU adapter, and one AA size dry battery.
The SR 40 Mini receiver provides three status LEDs indicating ON/OFF status, received signal strength (RF OK), and audio clipping (AF CLIP). The VOLUME control sets the level at the ¼" output jack. The supplied switched mode power supply operates on any AC voltage from 110 to 240 VAC and includes EU, UK, and US adapters.
The PT 40 Mini bodypack is probably the smallest and lightest transmitter in its class. A reliable mini XLR output allows you to connect every compatible AKG miniature microphone. Battery life of the transmitter is 30 hours from a single AA battery, reducing the need to constantly replace batteries, saving some real money in the long run.
Up to 30 hours playtime with one single AA battery
Plug and Play
Gain control on pocket transmitter
Compatible with all AKG MicroMics
Low battery indicator
Smallest and lightest bodypack transmitter in its class
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Comments about AKG WMS 40 Mini2 Instrument Wireless Microphone Set:
I bought this because I was getting overwhelmed by cables. I play a Parker guitar with magnetic/piezo pickups in a dual out mode, and I use wired in-ear monitors. With this combination, I was tethered by 3 cables. In an effort to go mobile, this was phase 1. I must say I was skeptical about the quality vs price, but my initial impressions are very good for this. I worried about sound quality, interference with other wireless mics, and popping/cracking. Sound Quality: I could not tell a difference. I polled our sound guy and others in our band, and they could tell no difference either. Interference: We did not experience any cross-talk or issues with other wireless equipment. Popping/Cracking: None. My only worry bead is: The casing and slider button feel cheap. If I dropped the wireless unit, I'm afraid it would be done. --------------- Bottom line: For the money, I feel like I got a really good deal. I am not having any operational issues so far. Long-term quality is a question mark that I will have to re-visit at some point in the future. Since I play at church, in a good environment, and I am very careful with my stuff, my equipment tends to last a very long time. I would expect no less from this.
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