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Nady 401X Quad WGT VHF Wireless Guitar System Set A  (Open Box)
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Product# 277409
OVERVIEW

Go wireless and let your music get tripped out not tripped up.

Designed for all professional applications, the amazingly affordable Nady 401X Quad offers unsurpassed high end RF and audio, enhanced,full-featured operation, and rackmount convenience.

FEATURES General:
  • Four independent VHF receivers in one convenient, rugged, all-metal single rack space housing makes operating 4 wireless systems at the same time easier than ever
  • Front dual antenna jacks for either onboard or remote antennas
  • Front panel Power ON/OFF switch, plus Power ON LED, TX ON and AF signal level LED displays
  • Noise-free transmitter ON/OFF operation
  • Rear panel individual XLR Output jacks, volume and RF mute controls for each of the 4 channels, and 4-Channels-Mixed AF Out 1/4" phone jack
  • High performance—unmatched transparent audio with 120 dB dynamic range and up to 250+ feet optimum line-of-sight operation
WGT-15 Bodypack Transmitter:
  • OFF/STANDBY/ON switch allows convenient audio muting with the transmitter "ON"
  • Low battery LED indicator flashes once for unit "ON"; lights steady for low battery alert
  • Locking 3.5mm mini-jack provides secure connection for removable microphone or
  • instrument cable
  • Easily accessible input level adjust control for optimum sound

SPECIFICATIONS

401X Quad WGT VHF Wireless Guitar System

  • 401X Quad overall system performance
  • Frequency Response: 30-18KHz (-3dB)
  • Dynamic Range 120dB: (20-20KHz)
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.5% (typical)
  • RF Carrier Frequency Range: 170-230MHz (Factory installed Channels)
  • Frequency Stability: +/- 0.005%, crystal controlled
  • Modulation FM (F3E): +/-15KHz nor,+/-30KHz max
  • Operating Range: 250 feet typical—up to 500+ feet optimum line-of-sight
  • Frequency Group 1
  • Channel A = 171.905 MHz
  • Channel B = 185.15 MHz
  • Channel D = 209.150 MHz
  • Channel N = 197.150 MHz
  • Frequency Group 2
  • Channel E4 = 173.8 MHz
  • Channel H = 191.3 MHz
  • Channel F = 203.4 MHz
  • Channel E = 215.2 MHz
  • WGT-15 Bodypack Transmitter:
  • Audio Inputs: 3.5mm mono locking jack for connecting to instrument
  • cable
  • Controls: OFF/STANDBY/ON switch, input level adjust
  • LED Indicators: Unit "ON" (single flash), Low Battery Alert (steady)
  • RF Power Out: 50mW (Max. allowed by FCC)
  • Harmonic & Spurious Emissions: <-40dB
  • Battery: 9V Alkaline
  • Battery Life: Up to 20 hours
  • Dimensions: 4.1" X 2.4"X 0.8" (10.4 X 6.1 X 2.0 cm)
  • Weight (w/o battery):3.6 oz (101 g)
  • 401X Quad receiver
  • Controls; Power ON/OFF, volume control, mute control
  • Connectors:
  • 1 unbalanced adjustable mixed (all four channel)
  • 1/4" T-S audio output jack. Line level, 600 ohms
  • 4 balanced fixed level XLR. #1=GND, #2-3=signals
  • Line/Mic level, 11k/600 ohms
  • Receiver: 2.1 mm barrel-type DC input jack (tip=positive)
  • LED Indicators: 1Power ON LED, 4 AF LED, 4 TX ON LED
  • Dimensions: 1.75"x 7.5"x 16.5"(4.4 x 19 x 42 cm)
  • Weight: 4.5 lbs (2 Kg)
  • Power Requirements: 16V @ 800mA, nominal, AC/DC adapter supplied
  • Antenna Connectors: Dual female BNC connectors
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Nady401X Quad WGT VHF Wireless Guitar System
 
3.0

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2.0

Needs Work

By Austin Dent

from Henderson, Texas

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Breaks Easily
  • Pricey / Poor Value
  • Unreliable

Best Uses

  • Events
  • Performances

Comments about Nady 401X Quad WGT VHF Wireless Guitar System:

I ordered a used one and the volume knobs were simply for looks and the gain on the body packs made no difference. Also when the pack was off, the transponder read that they were on and would play a loud squeal that nearly blew out my speakers. I would turn on the pack and it would stop, but as soon as I turned it off or even removed the battery it would start again. I sent it in for an exchange and got a brand new system. The volume knobs and gains were also for looks with no actual function and one of the body packs kept losing signal in and out from 10 feet away for days until it ultimately stopped working all together while I was performing on stage.

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

pretty dang good

By TylerHier

from Lancaster, CA

Comments about Nady 401X Quad WGT VHF Wireless Guitar System:

Ok, to clear things up. This product isn't made for multi-band purposes! It's simply designed for one specific musician who is going to use multiple guitars or basses.Anywho, I just got this thing and used it live. It realy worked switching off from my Telecaster, to my Strat, to my Les Paul, to my Martin. The Nady 401X wireless system is good. Just don't bang it around! Of course, I only use it to get away from my cables. I keep the actual receiver box on the floor and move across a 20X24 stage!

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

decent unit - value package

By Too

from Tennessee

Comments about Nady 401X Quad WGT VHF Wireless Guitar System:

I bought this unit because it had 4 wireless in a rack mount unit. I wanted wireless for 1 mic, 2 guitars, and a bass. This unit was about the same price as a good individual unit, so I thought I would give it a try. The range on it is great. It says 250' line of sight, but I got 300' thru the wall of my house to the outside before it got staticy. The only problem I have with the unit is that is easily prone to interference from other devices, such as my computer. I have to turn everything down and adjust the antenaes to help prevent interference being picked up. So far, I just adjust the antenna that's picking up interference, and it's okay after that. The batteries that come with it are not very good either, but they never are. Oh, and the outputs are XLR, so if you are going to run your guitar into a pedal board, like I do, your gonna have to get an adapter or a hi-z mic cable to hook it up. Considering the price, it's not a bad unit for a budget. If you only need one, I hear guitar bug is great, but if you need four, this one can save lots of $$$. It can be rack mounted, and it has great range. Overall, I am pleased with the unit.

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(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Save your money a buy a monster cable

By BassBalls-z4mKI

from monroe, GA

Comments about Nady 401X Quad WGT VHF Wireless Guitar System:

This, like all nady products, suck monkey balls. Mine broke after the first gig. The quality and craftmanship is terrible. I have bought Nady products in the past and most products from this company are the same. They are terrible. Again I would not waist money on this, just stick to cables. If you need a good system go with AKG or Shure.

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