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A portable,ultra compact 16-channel UHF wireless guitar/bass system.
This Nady MicroMGT-16X Guitar Wireless System includes the MT-16R Instrument Transmitter and the MRX-16 Instrument Receiver.
The Nady MT-16R Instrument Transmitter is a lightweight, miniature transmitter that plugs directly into guitar, bass (even portable keyboard) output jack. No cord connection needed. The MT-16R is for use with right-angled surface mounted jacks only
The Nady MRX-16 Instrument Receiver offers unprecedented wireless portability and can be placed anywhere you choose. It has 16 user-selectable UHF frequencies for interference-free operation and features a Â¼" plug for connecting receiver to powered speaker, mixer, or audio amplifier. The MRX-16 has an line-of-sight operating range of up to 250 ft. The ASC (Auto-Sync Channel) infrared wireless download pairs transmitter to selected receiver frequency for quick, easy setup. Powered by single AA battery or AC adapter (supplied).
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MicroMGT-16X Guitar Wireless System â Right Angled Plug
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Comments about Nady MicroMGT-16X Guitar Wireless System – Right Angled Plug:
This unit provides the musician with FREEDOM! No more cords to trip over or step on. The days where you accidently unplug your axe in the middle of a solo are gone! And it all fits in the zippered pocket of your gig bag!
Super compact, the transmitter is powered by a AAA battery, and plugs right into the jack.
The receiver is equally compact; just a bit larger than a pack of tic-tacs. It's powered by an AA battery, and you just plug it into the "in" jack of your amp or effect. It has a volume control so you can control output.
The unit can be played as-is from the factory, or if you have other band members using the same device, you can change frequencies with a flip of a switch. Pretty versatile for the price!
Word of caution: I don't know if I got a bad batch of batteries, but this unit is going through them like there's no tomorrow!
I'm having to change out batteries after every gig. (usually 3 - 4 hrs long)
Also, the battery in the transmitter fits so snug, it's really hard to change out. My fear is that eventually, I might break the housing in the process.
Overall, it does what it's supposed to do, and it won't break your bank. This right-angle transmitter is NOT meant for Fender-type jacks: If you play a Fender Strat, get the semi-angled unit. If you've never used wireless systems, you will wonder why you waited so long!