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«  super reliable gear »

Published on 10/15/11 at 08:35
One of the first systems without low-son invented for!:

A-emitters with adjustable input level, off / standby / on with cable going to the emitters and screw provided on the input jack!. power supply: 9V battery with 15 hours of battery life (battery tends to move into the emitters when faitent like me put a bit of cotton around ...)
the strap does not hang but it is not a problem! faitent as pro tape it to sanlge in a horizontal position;)

-A true diversity receiver with adjustable gain, bass boost (100hz), mute, XLR and jack.
Diversity-gauge signal (antenna A or B), Gauge LED signal strength meter and Vu Led.
One small problem: a small cut when the receiver moves from one antenna to another ...

-Frequency range from 25 to 20000Hz!
-1 Single channel (171-218Mhz) or something like that ...
-Emitters can émmetre from 76 to 150 meters!
-Option to purchase additional receiver to the meter rack

I wish I had several different CHANNELS but hey you can not blame them for a model which dates back to late 80's!

UTILIZATION

simple config:
one branch, you set the gain of the emitters, the gain of the receiver see the bass boost for those who love its heavy and presto! Enjoy!

SOUND QUALITY

Then it's perfect, I was amazed myself, I did not expect such a thing ... € 145 for nine there is no better, even the Sennheiser FP72 (same price). I use it with an Epiphone Thunderbird Pro IV active and you can find all the sound of his bass! dynamics, the roundness, sustain, no noise!
I compared my phone with my neutrik 6m bought € 39 with gold-plated connectors, practically no difference in sound quality or parasite ... Just a tiny default: a slight lack of attack. Anyway it was enough for me to remove a small can of compression on my Ashdown 300W to recover the original sound ...

For slappeurs I do not worry myself with Slapp and one finds a very good offense!

OVERALL OPINION

Bought used for about € 100 leboncoin
I use it for 2 weeks and I have not stopped using it (even at home) to know better ... This is not my first son and I feel that I will still keep a very long time! After all it was the first wireless model invented bass!

The bass, go for it!
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