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Finally a great sounding and affordable professional grade guitar wireless system with no tone loss and is a steal at its current price.
I have checked latency, done sound tests with cables to compare and I cant find anything bad about it, the transmitter just plugs straight into your guitar and can fit any input type, strat or otherwise, it even has a little suction pad so it stays put.
The reciever tells you that you have a good signal and also tells you at a glance how much power you have left in your transmitter (which is brilliant). Its easy to set up, just plug in and go, does not colour or change your guitar sound in any way (not to my ears anyway).
The transmitter takes two AAA batteries with a typical battery life of 15 hours from modern alkaline cells. Rechargeable NiMH AAA batteries work well and offer a typical 10 hours between charges. An optional auto-power down mode can help save batteries if you don't play your instrument for a period of time.
The unit is currently manufactured in the UK and is available on Amazon
120dB Signal to Noise Ratio
0.006% Total Harmonic Distortion
Automatic Adaptive Channel Selection
2.4GHz License Free Operation
Up to 200 Feet Line-of-Sight Outdoor Range
15 Hour Typical Battery Life
Die-cast Metal Jack Hinge
Metal Body Receiver
Signal Quality and Battery Indicators
Balanced TRS Output Jack
Please check out the website first for lots more info: http://www.smoothhound-innovations.com