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UHF-4 High Band UHF Professional Wireless System With DigiTRU™ Diversity


High-band  UHF diversity wireless system loaded with top professional operating features.  Best performance and price value available.

 

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Features
  • Unprecedented value in a full-featured, single-channel UHF wireless mic system
  • Interference-free operation in any application or locale on select UHF frequencies
  • Half-rack receiver design with folding front panel dual antennas
  • Unique snap-out panel locking tabs for optional single receiver rackmounting or dual receiver (side-by-side) rackmounting
  • Tone Squelch™ for locking out potential interference
  • Nady’s proprietary companding circuitry for an industry-best 120dB dynamic range, and the clearest, most natural sound available
  • UHF-4 receiver with DigiTRU Diversity™ for maximum range and dropout protection; full LED indicators; ¼” unbalanced and XLR balanced outputs; special circuitry for noiseless transmitter On/Off switching
  • Choice of two transmitters: UH-4 or UB-4

UB-4 Bodypack Transmitter:

  • Choice of instrument, headworn or lavalier mic operating modes in a single bodypack transmitter
  • Off/Standby/On switch allows convenient audio muting while transmitter on
  • Status LED indicator flashes once for Unit On; lights steady for low-battery alert
  • Locking 3.5mm mini-jack provides secure connection for removable microphone or instrument cable
  • Easily accessible Input Level Adjust for optimum sound (HM/LT operating modes only)
  • Uses a single 9V alkaline or NiMH battery

UH-4 Handheld Microphone Transmitter:

  • Features the Nady DM-10D unidirectional neodymium dynamic cartridge for optimum true sound, maximum feedback rejection and minimal handling noise
  • Off/Standby/On switch allows convenient audio muting while transmitter on
  • Status LED indicator flashes once for Unit On; lights steady for low-battery alert
  • Single 9V alkaline or NiMH battery operation
Reviews (4)

4 reviews for UHF-4 High Band UHF Professional Wireless System With DigiTRU™ Diversity

  1. Merle Benson
    5 out of 5

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    This unit is awesome!!! I got Ch. 11 and haven’t had a single problem yet. I dropped it once, and it still works fine. I did go ahead and bought the 3 year warranty, since I read some of the reviews. ANYONE WITH TROUBLE WITH THE CLIP: SINCE IT’S A GUITAR SYSTEM, USE A RUBBER BAND TO HOLD IT ON (SEE ONE OF MY ADDED PICTURES). IF YOU WRAP THE RUBBER BAND AROUND THE UNIT AND HAVE IT GRIP THE BOTTOM OF THE CLIP, IT HOLDS THE TRANSMITTER IN PLACE VERY VERY WELL.
    Public service announcement: THE PICTURED CABLE IS NOT INCLUDED!!! I have posted a picture of the top of the transmitter (since I couldn’t find any on the internet) and the ends of the included cable. It is 1/4″ to 3.5mm locking. The cord length is just under 4ft.
    I use the unit on my acoustic guitar primarily, but it has worked with all of mine. I definitely would recommend this product to anyone looking for mid/high quality output (although it does mess with the EQ a little, the actual output is not distorted), especially for use at church. Battery life isn’t great, but what do you expect?
    Overall, great unit for the price. It gives you so much freedom. Great job Nady!!!

  2. Marcus
    5 out of 5

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    I was looking for a wireless setup that didn’t cost an arm and a leg. This is the one. I’ve had more expensive units that did not get out there as well as this powerful unit does. Very, very happy with M.F. Recommendation of this product. They know their stuff.

  3. Yesterday's Wine
    5 out of 5

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    I bought this unit used. Tried it out at home and used it for a live festival gig this past weekend (Sept 2014). Didn’t have any issues. Sound was clear,… clean and dirty channels. No dropouts. Not a very durable transmitter, but if you are careful and take care of it, seems to be fine. One gig down, was able to go off the stage and into the crowd at a festival with no issues. Great to be wireless.

  4. Sengakuji
    5 out of 5

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    I’m wiling to bet that it’s as good as or better than the classic Schaffer-Vega Diversity system from the 70s-80s!
    Note: Mine operates on CH 13. Back then the SVD was over $2000! Imagine what that would be in today’s money! OI!
    I also have the Encore I which works amazingly well!

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