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Nady UHF-4/GT UHF Guitar Wireless System  

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    Advanced features, lower price!

    The Nady UHF-4/GT Guitar Wireless System offers high-quality wireless for an amazingly affordable price. Interference-free operation on select UHF frequencies; companding circuitry for an industry best 120dB dynamic range; and clear, natural sound. DigiTRU Diversity dual-antenna system prevents dropouts and extends range. Tone Squelch blocks potential interference. Full LED indicators keep you on top of things. Unbalanced 1/4" and unbalanced XLR outputs and silent transmitter on/off.

    The Nady Wireless System includes receiver and instrument bodypack transmitter. Transmitter features status and low-battery indication and a off/standby/on switch. 9V alkaline or NiMH battery provides 4-6 hours continuous usage.

    Features

    • Unprecedented value in a full-featured single-channel UHF wireless instrument system
    • Interference-free operation on select UHF frequencies from 794 to 865MHz
    • Half-rack receiver design
    • Dual folding antennas on front panel
    • Snap-out panel locking tabs for single receiver or dual receiver (side-by-side) rack mounting
    • Exclusive Nady companding circuitry for an industry best 120dB dynamic range
    • Clearest, most natural sound available
    • Tone Squelch for locking out potential interference
    • DigiTRU Diversity for maximum range and dropout protection
    • Full LED indicators
    • Both 1/4"unbalanced and XLR balanced outputs

    Order now and have wireless you can depend on.

     

    UHF-4/GT UHF Guitar Wireless System Specifications:

    • Frequency Response 30Hz-18kHz, ±3dB
    • Dynamic Range 120dB
    • Total Harmonic Distortion <0.6%
    • RF Carrier Frequency Range UHF, choice of single frequencies in separate bands within 794-865MHz
    • Frequency Stability ±0.005%, crystal controlled
    • Modulation FM (F3E), ±20kHz normal
    • Operating Range Up to 250 ft. typical (depending on site conditions); up to 500+ feet optimum line-of-sight
    • RECEIVER
    • Connectors DC in, 1/4
    • Reception Mode DigiTRU Diversity ((Dual Antenna)
    • Squelch External Control, Tone Key (30.768kHz)
    • Controls Power ON/OFF, Volume Control, Squelch (Mute) Adjust
    • Connectors DC in, 1/4" (6.3 mm) unbalanced phone jack (360 mV/no load), XLR balanced output (±24 mV/600 Ohm load)
    • LED Indicators Power ON, Diversity A/B, Audio LED Bars +Peak
    • Unwanted Signal Rejection 60dB image and spurious
    • Power Requirements DC 15V @300 mA, AC/DC adapter included
    • Dimensions (Max.) 1.75"x 7.5"x 8.1"(4.5 x 19 x 20.6 cm)
    • Weight 0.9 lbs (0.41 kg)
    • Antenna 3.5"(9.0 cm), dual telescopic
    • TRANSMITTERS
    • Bodypack: 3.5mm locking mini-jack, switchable inputs: instrument, headworn mic, or Lavalier mic
    • UH-4 Handheld: Integral Nady DM-10D neodymium
    • Dynamic cartridge
    • Controls UB-4: POWER/STANDBY/OFF, INSTRUMENT/HEADWORN MIC/LAV MIC, INPUT LEVEL
    • UH-4: POWER/STANDBY/OFF/INPUT LEVEL
    • LED Indicator Single color (red), Unit ON (single flash red), Low Battery
    • Alert (steady red)
    • RF Power Out 50mW nominal (maximum allowed by FCC)
    • Harmonic & Spurious Emissions < -50 dB
    • Battery UH-4: 9V Alkaline UB-4: 9V Alkaline
    • Battery Life 10 Hours
    • Dimensions UB-4 Bodypack: 4-1/4" x 2-1/2" x 1"
    • (10.8 cm x 6.4 cm x 2.5 cm)
    • UH-4 Handheld: 9-1/2" x 2"
    • (24 cm x 5.1 cm)
    • Weight UB-4 Bodypack: 3.1 oz (88 g) without battery
    • UH-4 Hand-held: 6.6 oz (187 g) without battery
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    3.0

    (based on 26 reviews)

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    A great product worth every penny!!

    I had cordless vhf for many years, but this Nady uhf rig I got about a month ago is just great. There is no differance in sound between this unit and a cord....Read complete review

    I had cordless vhf for many years, but this Nady uhf rig I got about a month ago is just great. There is no differance in sound between this unit and a cord. The range is excellent with no drop outs whatsoever. Overall quality is very good, but the belt clip could be better. You have to make sure it does'nt slip off your belt. I modified it to work better. I've been playing profesionally for 50 plus years and take it from me, this is a great unit at a great price. Don't listen to some of these silly reviews from people who try to do strange things with cordless devices like going accross the street and saying they have problems with the range. In real world applications, this unit is tops. I've played every kind of music you can emagine and this unit will cut it A to Z. Way to go Nady!!!!!!!!!

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    Don't expect a Cadillac for a Yugo price!

    The Nady UHF-4 is a decent wireless for the money, but it does take some patience, practice, and some simple electronics skills to get the most out of it. The receiver works...Read complete review

    The Nady UHF-4 is a decent wireless for the money, but it does take some patience, practice, and some simple electronics skills to get the most out of it. The receiver works well and is relatively sensitive though the transmitter and its cable is far from bulletproof. I've had a protective vinyl/foam padded caddy made to attach it to my guitar straps; the transmitter's plastic case seems like it would break pretty easily if it would impact a hardwood or concrete floor. I often use the UHF-4 with my different basses, electric and acoustic-electric, wandering offstage to help my cable-tethered bandmates set PA levels as well as use it during our performances. The maximum distance I need to be from the base unit is 75-100 feet, and so far I've had no problems. Compared to the Carvin VHF wireless I used in the past it's a good unit. Not perfect though..you really do get what you pay for.My advice is to treat the transmitter's guitar cable very carefully/gingerly, especially the end that holds the 1/4 inch plug...a really cheesy connection. It's really easy to break the solder joints in the plug because the cable twists easily inside of the plug cover. I pulled that stunt twice. I got the neat sounds that the other reviewers discussed before the signal totally cut out. A little preventative maintenance on that end of the cable will pay off for you. The cable needs a little reinforcement. First, unscrew the plug's cover, push the cover back on the cable, exposing the soldered connections, and examine/diagram or take a photo of how the cable is soldered to the plug (for future reference if you need to resolder a broken connection someday down the road)...it's a little different than a standard guitar cable). Second, reinforce the cable with electrical tape by wrapping about the last inch of cable with about one layer of tape up onto the clear plastic sleeve that covers the soldered connections. Pull the plug cover back up over the plug and tighten it up. Now, the cable's more secure. If you want to go "whole hog" (especially after the warranty's expired) wrap the last inch of the cable behind the 1/4 plug's cover with electrical tape to thicken the cable a little, snake a 1.5 inch piece of heat shrink tubing (an electronics geek friend will likely have the tubing if you don't) over the plug cover onto the cable, leaving about 1/2 inch on top of the cover and the rest over the added tape, and heat the tubing. It's not too likely the cable will rotate and break the soldered connections after you made this modification. A little work will help this wireless unit to be more reliable.

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    4.0

    Clip Broke

    By Danny Gali

    from Tucson, AZ

    Not complaining too much. But the quality of the clip is not that great. Mine broke off after just a couple of uses. Not too big of a deal. I just stuck it in my pocket after that. The input connector doesn't look like it would handle much abuse. Saw that somebody else replaced theirs with a RCA connector. Hmm, will have to look into that. I also used mine for a while as a transmitter to the house sound system at a restaurant, with reasonable success. I would buy another one, but might look into some thing with a better clip and connector.

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    3.0

    Works Fine

    By songwriter432003

    from Wilton, CA

    I have had this unit for 2 years now. It has done a great job for me. I too had the cord problem that the others did. I just bought 2 more from here for it. They're like 10 bucks each so I got a backup one. I have played all over the country, and this thing has been beaten, and no weird noises or anything. Don't be afraid of the price. Mine works fine acoustic or electric.It does what it is supposed to do. That's why I gave it a 5 for features.

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    1.0

    Don' buy this

    By 62 SG

    from North Carolina

    I got this system for christmas last year and was extremely dissappointed after about 30 minutes. I started getting the same extremely loud hissing or "jet engine" sound like the other guy said. So, I sent it back and got another one. But just as before, after about 30 minutes the same thing happened again. Bottom Line....DONT BUY THIS!!!!!

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    5.0

    Best Investment Ever!

    By Musicman-oC3HX

    from Spokane, WA

    About 2 years ago I purchased the Nady UHF-4 hand held microphone and I loved it...so I decided to purchase a wireless guitar system, and it was the best investment ever. I've played 100 different gigs with it and it still works as good as it did the day I bought it. I've used it at outdoor fairs, rodeos, and theaters. Great!

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    5.0

    Cheap, but works...

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    I've used this wireless system for the last year in several states across the U.S... I've had no problems with any noise or interference, and never had any sound drop-outs...The only problem I had was, like some of the other reviewers, the cable that comes with it shorted out after a few months... But, all I did was go to the local music store and buy a cable with a 1/4" on one side and a 3.5mm on the other; problem solved...

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    4.0

    Good Wireless For the Price

    By h2odog

    from The Dalles, OR

    I know a lot of the other reviewers have had problems with the cord on this unit, but mine has been working great for about a year with no problems. For the money, this is a great little wireless unit. It is plastic and would probably not stand up well to heavy use on the road. I play every Sunday at my church and for that type of use, it works great. If you tend to be hard on equipment, probably better to spend the extra money on something more durable.

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    3.0

    Don't expect a Cadillac for a Yugo price!

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    The Nady UHF-4 is a decent wireless for the money, but it does take some patience, practice, and some simple electronics skills to get the most out of it. The receiver works well and is relatively sensitive though the transmitter and its cable is far from bulletproof. I've had a protective vinyl/foam padded caddy made to attach it to my guitar straps; the transmitter's plastic case seems like it would break pretty easily if it would impact a hardwood or concrete floor. I often use the UHF-4 with my different basses, electric and acoustic-electric, wandering offstage to help my cable-tethered bandmates set PA levels as well as use it during our performances. The maximum distance I need to be from the base unit is 75-100 feet, and so far I've had no problems. Compared to the Carvin VHF wireless I used in the past it's a good unit. Not perfect though..you really do get what you pay for.My advice is to treat the transmitter's guitar cable very carefully/gingerly, especially the end that holds the 1/4 inch plug...a really cheesy connection. It's really easy to break the solder joints in the plug because the cable twists easily inside of the plug cover. I pulled that stunt twice. I got the neat sounds that the other reviewers discussed before the signal totally cut out. A little preventative maintenance on that end of the cable will pay off for you. The cable needs a little reinforcement. First, unscrew the plug's cover, push the cover back on the cable, exposing the soldered connections, and examine/diagram or take a photo of how the cable is soldered to the plug (for future reference if you need to resolder a broken connection someday down the road)...it's a little different than a standard guitar cable). Second, reinforce the cable with electrical tape by wrapping about the last inch of cable with about one layer of tape up onto the clear plastic sleeve that covers the soldered connections. Pull the plug cover back up over the plug and tighten it up. Now, the cable's more secure. If you want to go "whole hog" (especially after the warranty's expired) wrap the last inch of the cable behind the 1/4 plug's cover with electrical tape to thicken the cable a little, snake a 1.5 inch piece of heat shrink tubing (an electronics geek friend will likely have the tubing if you don't) over the plug cover onto the cable, leaving about 1/2 inch on top of the cover and the rest over the added tape, and heat the tubing. It's not too likely the cable will rotate and break the soldered connections after you made this modification. A little work will help this wireless unit to be more reliable.

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    1.0

    nady UHF-4 wireless sysem

    By PRW II

    from xenia, OH

    Do not buy this!!! I never write reviews but had to on this one. The guitar cable went out on me (as you may see on other reviews! I called Nady and they agreed to send another cable but it WILL go out on you! Spend a bit more and get something better. You will be better off in the long run. I am a professional musician and need equipment that I can count on. This is NOT itBuy a Shure!

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    2.0

    DO NOT BUY THIS!

    By Geetar Dave

    from NW Indiana

    It works fine for me, but less than 2 months after I got it, the instrument cord went bad. They replaced it under warranty (after I paid to ship the bad one to them) and now that cable is bad after only 2 months. Get something else.

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    1.0

    Two Words: JUST DON'T

    By Steve K

    from Ludlow, MA

    I've been using 2 of the cheapest older Nady VHF's for 6 years, no troubles. So when it was time to replace them, I figured these inexpensive, newer Nady UHF's would be fine, so I ordered two. Sent them back in 2 days. They are very noisy, lots of hiss. Then I got that same "jet-engine" squeal for no apparent reason (yes, brand new batteries) that other reviews metioned. Not worth it, spend more and get quality.

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