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Nady 201 VHF

Wireless system from Nady

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marcofromtheshotmarcofromtheshot

a faithful friend

Nady 201 VHFPublished on 10/02/14 at 03:32
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I use it for more than 20, it's never failed. It has a very comfortable ride and no shift transmission. Its only limit is three hours of battery life, but it's just a matter of organization. Personally, I get much to do 3 hours of game on many sets, simply switch the transmitter off during breaks. No way I'm buying another gear. They are often more expensive for the same functions.
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manorheadmanorhead

Nady true diversity

Nady 201 VHFPublished on 01/27/12 at 23:39
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I use that old companion of 20 years (bought in France)
I have owned three other models of transmitters.

I love her very faithfully restored ... Unlike many m. .. that are sold today. and the true diversity that never cuts. I also like longevity .....( it's solid)
weaknesses are:
consumption 9V battery (3-4 hours max)
that it is in VHF. this to mean that beyond a 15ene meters sound shifts. and above countries such as Germany prohibit the VHF.
20 years of service and I always use when I play in France
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arn1arn1

Nady 201 VHFPublished on 09/20/05 at 22:59
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Hello everyone,
I use the 201 home Nady for about 10 years and never a concern. On stage, I have tried other models but the friends musicos price / quality ratio is unbeatable. These advantages are the strength (after a few, I do not even know how, falls), no feedback, little snag a bit heavy. Found an opportunity. and you will not disappointed. I would do this choice without concern
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djmrjackdjmrjack

Nady 201 VHFPublished on 04/26/10 at 05:39
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* How long do you use?

Buy secondhand in 1994 for use with an AKG C410 microphone.

A small modification was needed on the boti putting a record 3.5 for ability to connect all
other microphone in place of the original Lavalli.

* What is the specific feature you like best, the least?

The best: super dynamic and not dcrochage with diversity, a very small rcepteur.

The least: nothing

* Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

No, but I have several life Dj use this model and the result satisfactory silent so I launch.

* How do you report qualitprix?

The quality is paid for, but I'm not hesitating for a second day and I found it used.

* With the exprience, you do...…
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* How long do you use?

Buy secondhand in 1994 for use with an AKG C410 microphone.

A small modification was needed on the boti putting a record 3.5 for ability to connect all
other microphone in place of the original Lavalli.

* What is the specific feature you like best, the least?

The best: super dynamic and not dcrochage with diversity, a very small rcepteur.

The least: nothing

* Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

No, but I have several life Dj use this model and the result satisfactory silent so I launch.

* How do you report qualitprix?

The quality is paid for, but I'm not hesitating for a second day and I found it used.

* With the exprience, you do again this election? ...
Sure.
It is still used as a RF transmitter for PC dport during an evening, and has always
not fail from beginners to use.
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  • Manufacturer: Nady
  • Model: 201 VHF
  • Category: Wireless systems
  • Added in our database on: 12/19/2003

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