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Joyo JW-01 Digital Wireless Transmitter and Receiver
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«  Very good value for money. »

Published on 01/27/13 at 01:05
Value For Money : Excellent
It's a "plug and play" transmitter for guitar and bass that uses bluetoooth technology. The internal batteries are charged via usb. The transmitter connects to the guitar's jack and the receiver to the amp. No need to attach a box to the strap nor to pull an antenna. It's light and compact.

I've used it for one and a half months and it's my first "wireless".

It's true that the sound changes with respect to a cable: a slight loss of dynamics and mid frequencies. But it can be corrected on the amp. In case you use pedals, you can place the receiver behind them but it generates some artifacts and distortion, so it's better to connect the pedals to an effects loop and the receiver to the amp's input (if you have a recent amp).

The battery lasts more than two hours: afterwards we have artifacts and the sound is attenuated.

I haven't used it on stage yet, only during rehearsals and at home (it's a real treat to play in the kitchen while the amp is in the basement!).

I don't know how it behaves with other transmitters in the same room, especially if they use the same technology.. We will see.

Very good price/quality ratio, competing manufacturers ought to start worrying.
$100, shipped from Hong-Kong.&nbsp;</div>
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