GB40, Transmitter/Receiver from AKG.

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Judebox 07/02/2004

AKG GB40 : Judebox's user review


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It's going to do now almost a year I use the SR40 GB40 Diversity and it is clear that in sound there is nothing to say.

No problem of latency, the attack is nickel. The sound is really clean.
I'm all for more than 20 meters from the receiver and it still works with nickel.
I RPET a pice quite small and the fact that there have lots of walls, windows that could facilitate rpercution shall affect the sound of absolutely no reception. Inside and out, it works perfectly.
No problem to be cot l.

The sound is really nickel. There There's just a breath trs trslger background that can not ditingue also sounds as low output. This is the same souflle that you can hear when you cost the radio, so trs trs little audible. If in addition will have one by derrire rducteur noise, the sound will be even cleaner.

With a normal cell, the GB40 can take about 12-13 hours without changing it.
Now I myself opt for rechargeable batteries and with it can take between 6 and 8 H without recharging. If you ever CU40 charger, just put the above GB40 for the rechargeable battery fully recharges in less than an hour.
So, just leave it in its GB40 times or not using it.

Ds I had the GB40 and SR40 Diversity I did absolutely nothing rgler. I plugged and I jou. No problem at this level then the.
The GB40 HOLDS really well on guitar input jack with bowl (on the body, such as strats so). On guitars with between jack on the side of the body (as in Paul), it moves a little, especially if one makes a bit upset zik! But the prob rgler there is a strap sold to secure the GB40 on this type of scratch.
So it is clear that prfrable to have a scratch with a dish type from jack to have a GB40 steady.
Otherwise I put it on my Electro-Acoustic and nickel is ca. It was really cool to be able to put any scratches on GB40 in less than 2 sec!

It is clear that after trying it's hard to get back to a jack plug your guitar.
Even when it is really up to play without bothering to take the foot in the cables!