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MGT-16

MGT-16 16-Channel Wireless System For Guitar And Bass

4.6 out of 5
(5 customer reviews)


16- Channel ultra compact UHF wireless system designed for guitar and bass.  Provides 16 user selectable PLL frequencies for interference-free operation.  Stomp box size receiver can be placed anywhere you choose–even on stage next to effects pedals.  Miniature, lightweight transmitter plugs directly into any guitar or bass or even into portable keyboard output jack.

 

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Features

MGT-16 System:

  • UHF wireless system for guitar/bass
  • 16 user-selectable PLL frequencies for interference-free operation
  • Up to 250 ft. operating range, line-of-sight
  • Infrared ASC Auto-Sync Channels transfer from receiver to transmitter for instant setup
  • Battery operated receiver and transmitter

MGT-16 Receiver:

  • Compact, portable, “pedal style” receiver
  • Dual 1/4 wave antennas
  • Infrared sync with transmitter for instant setup
  • Unbalanced 1/4″ line out jack
  • Power On/Off/Mute switch; Volume Control; LED indicators for Power On, Low Battery Alert, and RF Reception; DIP-switch channel selection with IR sync to transmitter
  • Powered by DC adapter (included) or two AA alkaline batteries for portability (up to 8 hours battery life)

MT-16A / MT-16R Transmitters:

  • Choice of two transmitter housings: MT-16A with 30 degree angled 1/4″ plug for use with either recessed or surface mounted jacks, or MT-16R with 90 degree angled 1/4″ plug for surface mounted jacks only
  • Up to eight hours of battery life from a single AAA alkaline or NiMH rechargeable battery
  • Infrared channel sync with receiver for instant setup
  • Power On/Off switch; Power/Low Battery LED indicators; IR Sync LED; Input Level attenuation switch; internal Audio Level control trim-pot
  • External flexible antenna
Reviews (5)

5 reviews for MGT-16 16-Channel Wireless System For Guitar And Bass

  1. Danny Conner
    5 out of 5

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    I purchased this for my daughter who plays a 6-string bass through a 350watt Fender Amp. It operates flawlessly – you can’t tell the difference between it and a cable. She now has the ability to step of stage and interact with spectators while playing.

    It was very easy to set up and 3 practices and 3 gigs – it’s still on the same battery.
    We highly recommend this product.

  2. C.Laurent "Greyrider"
    5 out of 5

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    For the price, this is a excellent way to go wireless. No fanny pack or guitar strap necessary. Great of acoustic electrics.

  3. Fran T
    4 out of 5

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    I don’t usually write reviews, but felt compelled to on this one.

    My cousin and I play an accoustic guitar an dvocal duet and I have a fairly decent sound system (Behringer mixer and active PA speakers and monitor) in small venues. Wires and small venues do not get along. Wanted a wireless solution for both the back and front ends. My problem was the front end. The signal from the mixer to the speakers had the following problems:

    Bluetooth, bought transmitters and receivers, there was a fractional-second delay that was unacceptable for live music.
    5.8GHz AV TX and RX, Lots o’ white noise.
    UHF Mic Transmitters and Receivers, even more White Noise, inconsistent sound quality.

    I have Nady equipment for the mic’s and guitars to the mixer, and was very pleased with the quality. I finally tried the MGT-16 guitar transmitters and receivers for the signal to the PA speakers, and what a difference!! White noise is practically imperceptible, and sound quality is very good and very consistent. Very happy with the performance. Now we can setup the mics and guitars, mixers and speakers anywhere in the venue, and we only need power. Really cuts setup and teardown time more than half.

    Why 4 stars instead of 5?

    When they say “Line of Sight”, they mean it. I noted a pretty big signal drop when with a lot of obstructions between TX and RX.

    There is a little (really little) more noise on the wireless v. wired connection from mixer to speaker. Again, practically imperceptible.

    AAA batteries on TX are a pain, now I got 9V, AA and AAA rechargeables to deal with.

    All in all, my Nady equipment is serving the intended purpose with good quality and great value for the dollar. If they have a product that fits my application, I will try them first.

  4. Namas
    5 out of 5

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    it works very good for a guitar and for a bass i don’t have any problems about the distance it works great

  5. Grumpysgifts
    4 out of 5

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    This is great! Had no feedback and allowed our church guitarist a great range to play in. We hope to go wireless on the rest of the band soon.

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