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Nady MHT-16 Horn Wireless System   

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The Nady MHT-16 Horn Wireless System includes the MGT-16 receiver and the MH-16 Saxophone (Horn) Instrument TransmitterThe Nady MH-16 is a miniature,...Read More

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Gives horn players freedom of movement.

The Nady MHT-16 Horn Wireless System includes the MGT-16 receiver and the MH-16 Saxophone (Horn) Instrument Transmitter

The Nady MH-16 is a miniature, lightweight transmitter that clips directly onto bell of horn. No cord connection needed. A protective rubberized clamp-on device easily locks transmitter firmly to horn. A flexible gooseneck allows optimum microphone positioning. Transmitter features a high-performance microphone with tight cardioid polar pattern and wide frequency response to suppress unwanted feedback.

The Nady MGT-16 is a compact receiver can be placed anywhere you choose. It is powered by internal AA batteries or AC adapter (supplied). Has 16 user-selectable UHF frequencies for interference-free operation. ASC (Auto-Sync Channel) infrared wireless download pairs transmitter to selected receiver frequency for quick, easy setup. It has a 250 ft. line-of-sight operating range, and is powered by single AAA battery.

FEATURES MGT-16 Instrument Receiver
  • Compact, portable, "pedal style" receiver can be placed anywhere
  • Dual ¼ wave antennas
  • Unbalanced ¼" line output plug
  • Power On/Off/Mute switch; Volume Control; LED indicators for Low Battery, and RF Reception; DIP-switch channel selection with IR sync to transmitter; IR Sync LED
  • Powered by DC adapter (included) or two AA alkaline batteries for
  • portability (Up to 8 hours battery life)
MH-16 Saxophone (Horn) Instrument
  • Transmitter
  • Clip-on-the-horn barrel style without any tangling wires
  • Up to eight hours of battery life from a single AAA alkaline or NiMH rechargeable battery
  • Infrared channel sync with receiver for instant setup
  • Power On/Off switch; Power/Low Battery LED indicators; IR Sync LED
  • Input level attenuation switch; internal audio level control trim-pot
  • External flexible wire antenna

Take your performances to the next level.

SPECIFICATIONS

MHT-16 Horn Wireless System

  • GENERAL
  • Frequency Response: 50Hz-16kHz (-3dB)
  • Dynamic Range: 120dB
  • Oscillating System: Phase Lock Loop (PLL)
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): <0.8%
  • RF Carrier Frequency Range: 902.40MHz-923.70MHz
  • Modulation: FM (F3E), +/-30KHz normal
  • Operating Range: Up to 250 feet (typical, depending on site conditions)
  • MGT-16 Receiver
  • Controls: Audio Level, Power ON/MUTE/OFF, Frequency Select DIP-switches, IR sync button
  • Connectors: Unbalanced ¼", DC Adapter input jack
  • LED Indicators: Power ON (Red-continuous), Low Power (Amber-continuous),RX
  • reception (Green), IR Sync LED
  • Antennas: Dual ¼ wave, adjustable orientation
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 105dB (w/AC/DC power supply)
  • Receiver Sensitivity: -110dBm nominal, 12dB SINAD
  • Squelch Sensitivity: -95dBm (minimum/normal setting), adjustable
  • Output Impedance: 1.0KΩ
  • Power Consumption: DC: 3V/ 115mA or AC/DC adapter: 15VDC/200mA
  • Battery: Two AA alkaline or NiMH
  • Battery Life: Up to 8 hours
  • Dimensions: 2.75" W x 5.00" D x 1.88" H (7.0 cm x 12.7 cm x 4.78 cm)
  • Weight: (w/o batteries) 5.7 oz (161.6 g)
  • Housing Construction: ABS Plastic
  • MH-16 Saxophone (Horn) Instrument Transmitter
  • RF Power Out: 25mW nominal, 50mW maximum
  • Harmonic & spurious emissions: -50dB
  • Controls: Power ON/OFF, 15dB Attenuation Pad select switch
  • LED Indicators: Power ON (Red-single flash), Low Battery (Red flashing)
  • Input Impedance: 500KΩ
  • Power Consumption: DC 1.5V/90mA
  • Battery: One AAA alkaline or NiMH
  • Battery life: Up to 8 hours
  • Antenna: ¼ wave, permanently attached
  • Dimensions: 8.5" W x 2.25" D x 1.0" H (21.6 cm x 5. 8 cm x 2.54 cm)
  • Weight (w/o batteries): 2.1 oz (59.6 g)
  • Housing Construction: ABS Plastic
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NadyMHT-16 Horn Wireless System
 
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Pros

  • Easy to use (3)
  • Good audio (3)
  • Lightweight (3)

Cons

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Best Uses

  • Outdoor events / games (3)
  • Performances (3)

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5.0

Solid Piece of Equipment

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from GA

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Performances

    Comments about Nady MHT-16 Horn Wireless System:

    I am a saxophonist and I have been using this mic as a part of my PA setup along with a Digi-tech Vocal 300 for 2-3 years now. I have not had any issues with the mic, it always gives me a clear sound and excellent range I have used this mic in several different venues inside and outside, no problems. I never had any interference with the signal either. You would do well to keep a pack of AAA batteries in your bag. One battery lasts about 2 gigs in the mic. The only downside would be the screw down on the mic rather than the clamp. I always screw it down on the side of the bell rather than the center due to its design and for placing the sax on the stand. It would be nice if it were a clamp down rather than a screw down, especially when switching between horns. All in all, you really can't be it. The Digi-tech Vocal 300 adds all your effects and takes the sound to another level. Excellent pairing!

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    4.0

    clean and luxury sound

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    from México City

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Nady MHT-16 Horn Wireless System:

      excelent device, clear and clean sound, easy to use, easy to transport, fast response, better if you use rechargeable bateries because battery life is short.

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      4.0

      great system, needs work

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      from bay area

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Compact
      • Durable
      • Easy To Use
      • Lightweight
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Events
        • Performances

        Comments about Nady MHT-16 Horn Wireless System:

        great stage / performance mic, metod and angle of attatchment to instrument needs to be reconsidered/redesigned.

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        5.0

        Sounds great! Good value for the money...

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        from Ukiah, CA

        Comments about Nady MHT-16 Horn Wireless System:

        Used this with my funk band three times so far and sounds great, is very light and easily lasted two gigs on one AAA (on the transmitter with receiver using included ac adapter). You need to buy the cord that attaches the receiver to your sound board. The only problem is that when I cinch down the screw that holds the transmitter onto my Selmer Mark VI tenor sax bell, it pulls the mic up and away from the bell...the angle is just not ideal (with the mic horizontal right over the center of the bell) so I will need to invent some little wedge so it can't pull out to match the angle of the bell rim (which is flatter and hence pulls it up). It still works fine attached on the upper rim of the bell, loosely cinched with gravity keeping it in place. For the money, if you've never been wireless, this one is a winner!
        Used this with my funk band three times so far and sounds great, is very light and easily lasted two gigs on one AAA (on the transmitter with receiver using included ac adapter). You need to buy the cord that attaches the receiver to your sound board. The only problem is that when I cinch down the screw that holds the transmitter onto my Selmer Mark VI tenor sax bell, it pulls the mic up and away from the bell...the angle is just not ideal (with the mic horizontal right over the center of the bell) so I will need to invent some little wedge so it can't pull out to match the angle of the bell rim (which is flatter and hence pulls it up). It still works fine attached on the upper rim of the bell, loosely cinched with gravity keeping it in place. For the money, if you've never been wireless, this one is a winner!

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