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Nady 1001 MK2 Wireless Instrument System
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The Nady 1001 MK2 Instrument System offers 5 selected frequencies available on the VHF high band (171-216MHz) to provide interference-free long-range...Read More
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The Nady 1001 MK2 Instrument System offers 5 selected frequencies available on the VHF high band (171-216MHz) to provide interference-free long-range performance. The receiver uses a half rackspace and features a retractable front-panel antenna, RF and AF 5-LED displays for monitoring incoming signal strength and audio level, balanced XLR and unbalanced adjustable 1/4" outputs, and a unique snap-out side-panel locking tab for optional side-by-side mounting. WGT-15 transmitter operates over 15 hours on average, using a 9V alkaline battery. Features a top-panel input level adjust and locking mini-jack for secure attachment of the instrument cable. Range: 250' up to 500' line-of-sight.
Consumer Alert:Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.
- RF and AF 5-LED displays for precise monitoring of signal strength and audio levels
- Choice of balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4" outputs
- Receiver requires only one-half rackspace
- Provides 120dB dynamic range for quietest operation possible
- Bodypack transmitter has a battery life of over 15 hours
- 250' up to 500' line-of-sight transmitting range
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Most Liked Positive Review
This unit is very awesome because you don't have to be restricted to your amp or pedals. One of the things that aren't good is the clip for the transmitter, it falls off your...Read complete review
This unit is very awesome because you don't have to be restricted to your amp or pedals. One of the things that aren't good is the clip for the transmitter, it falls off your strap easily if your not cafeful, better to by the pouch for it to ensure it dosen't fall. Tone wise, it really sucks the tone from your guitar but dosen't effect clean, distortion, wah, modulation, delay or reverb effects too much. But if your like me and use an envelope filter then it is not the best unit for you. Everytime I switch for using this unit or using a regular cord I need to tweak the envelope filter settings mean kine. So it is awesome for rock players that use little of no effects. Things that this thing could use is an effects loop and the ability to switch channels. But this unit is good though for this price.Lets face it being able to walk around not being restricted by cables cool enough. Another thing is if you get like 20 away from the reciver than it gets a delay in signal so don't get too far away.
Most Liked Negative Review
Don't waste you're money!
I bought this for use with my guitar in my band. It worked fine the first few uses and then the cable that came with it for the bodypack stopped working. So, to...Read complete review
I bought this for use with my guitar in my band. It worked fine the first few uses and then the cable that came with it for the bodypack stopped working. So, to replace it, I took a 3' cable and put an adapter on it so it would hook from my guitar to my bodypack. This worked better than the cord it came with. After a while, that stopped working too and I couldn't even get a signal. This thing is a piece of junk. It's very unreliable, you never know when it will stop working on you. My friend had one too and the same exact thing happened to him. Don't waste your money! Buy a more expensive one if you have to, at least it will work!
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I bought one and the connection piece that plugs into the guitar fell apart leaving the unit unusable. I replaced it again and the transmitter faded in and out. It's a piece of crap product.
I have this litle piece of electronic wireles mic and using it for more than a year without any kind of trouble. I am ordering another one to be used in the church that I assist with my guitar.The response is perfect.
We bought two of these for our band. The first one, shorted out after two practices, and the second one had a connection problem. The point where the cable meets the wireless pack wouldn't stay connected properly... One bad unit I can see, but two units. Spend the money and buy a better system.
This wireless was a good system while it lasted. I used it in church for my guitar, and a bunch of children got a hold of it and tore the connector off. It wasnt a problem fixing it, it was just the trouble. But I really like this unit and its features. I will be getting another pretty soon!
I am an up-and comming country singiner from North Centeral Washington, and on average I play over 100 shows each year with my own personal equipment. Last winter I decided to upgrade to a wireless guitar. The worst investment ever. I worked good for about 2 monts, and then at a gig, I powered it up and it did nothing. I bought a new cords, batteries, and such...but still nothing. I will never buy from "Nady" again. I am going to purchase a SHURE system now.
I purchased three of these systems just to try out wireless instrument systems for the band. I play an electric bass with flat wound strings...I am a jazzer at heart and like a nice full round sound. I think it's perfect! I don't know if it really goes 250 feet...but it went at least 60 feet before I thought the sound started to diminish.My guitar players (2-acoustic/electric) said it lowered the quality of their sound. They wouldn't even try to manipulate their levels to see if they could work with it, so I can't tell you for sure there would have been a way to make these things work. SO, for now....I'm wireless and they're not. Too bad!It's a good thing to try out!
I am an active musician and have been playing for about 10 years. I have used many other wireless systems for my guitar, but this by far the the WORST. It has a constent Hissing sound, buzzing cutting in and out, and all around a poor product. Unless you are going to be 2 feet away for the reciever....then forget it.
I had one of these for about 6 months till I stepped on it at a show and broke the jack off of it. It was very reliable, I could walk really far away from the receiver without delay or cutouts. I recommend it for a musician on a budget. I'm probly gonna buy another one.
I purchased this unit with alot of doubt, but the price tag made me give it a shot. Don't even bother. The unit was terrible and obviously cheap. Just ordered a sennheiser unit and am definitely satisfied. Wait and save your money for a decent unit, you will be glad you did.
I have had this product for about a year now and i havent had one problem with it! It can reach up quit a ways and sounds great. I would recomened this to any guitar player.