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Nady Satelitte MGT16-100R, MGT16-1000A AND MHT-16

The Nady Satellite SMGT-100R is a compact wireless system with a miniature transmitter that plugs directly into the ¼” output of your instrument (guitar, bass, violin, mandolin, or any other instrument with a pickup). Powered by only one AA battery, the transmitter wirelessly connects to the receiver from a distance of up to 300’ (without obstructions) and transmits clear, transparent audio which you can then send to your amplifier, interface, pedals, or mixer with the included ¼” audio cable.

The “R” type instrument transmitter features a 90° angled ¼” plug for use with surface mounted jacks only (for recessed jacks, use the SMGT-100A). Easy to set up and operate, this system features 100 user selectable UHF frequencies, so you will always find a clear, interference-free channel to use, even if you are in a different venue every night! The included reinforced aluminum case will protect all system components and keep them safely in one place.

Overall System
Frequency Range 902-928 MHz
Frequency Deviation ±50kHz Max
Frequency Response: 50Hz-16kHz ±3dB
S/N: -105dB (-60dBm)
T.H.D <0.5% at 1kHz Dynamic Range >100dB

Sensitivity: -110dBm
Display VFD (63mm*22mm)
Audio Output: ¼” jack
Battery life: Up to 10h (depending on batteries)
Power Supply: Two AA alkaline batteries or 9VDC /1500mA adapter
Dimensions (W*H*D): 4.4” x 2.0” x 5.3” (110 x 50 x 135mm)
Weight 0.5lbs (0.227 kg)

SMGT-100R Transmitter:
Input: 90° ¼” plug
RF Output Power: 10mW
Antenna: ¼ wave Length Wire Type
Controls: Power ON/OFF, Mute
Operating Voltage: One AA alkaline battery
Operating time: 10 hours (typical)
Dimensions (W*H*D) 3.6”x2.8”x1.1” (90*71*28mm)
Weight: 0.1 lbs. (0.045 kg)

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