stageClix announced the stageClix “Pack”, designed to bring freedom of movement that digital wireless offers to performers and artists.
The transmitter has two inputs: a 3.5mm high impedance jack for instruments, and a 2.5mm jack with a pre-amp. With this combination, the “Pack” can offer wireless freedom to artists and performers who are using active & passive guitars, basses and
other string instruments, keyboards, all wind instrument mics, percussion, piano, vocal and presentation mics, etc., the company says.
Some guitarists & bassists want to have the traditional ‘wired’ sound, others prefer a crystal clear full-range sound. For presentation & broadcast purposes a pure digital sound is far more appropriate. StageClix delivers both, its designers promise. And you can switch between sounds by pressing a button.
According to the manufacturer, the “Pack” features rechargeable NIMH batteries, receiver with a built-in charger, 15 hours playing time on one charge, no menus, a frequency response of 10Hz-20kHz±3db, 24 bit digital converters, no audible latency (2.4 ms), twelve userselectable channels, and unique triple-diversity 3 frequency simultaneous transmission.
It operates in the future-proof 2.4GHz band, legal throughout the EU, and side-stepping the government frequency sell off
problem. Heavy weight features, but with a transmitter weighing 72 grammes.
In addition, the Pack comes with a 6.35mm to 3.5mm cable, two different belt clips and a Velcro cable strap, all housed in a foam-lined carry case.
Three professional microphones will be available as optional extras – an earhook boom mic, a lavalier mic and a cabinet-mount mic.
Recommended Retail Price €499,00
Additional information can be found at www.stageClix.com.
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