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Nady Introduces 16-Channel Plug-In Micro Wireless Series
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All models are available with either the compact, portable “pedal style” MGT-16 receiver (powered by DC adapter or AA batteries), or the “pocket size” MRX-16 receiver (AA battery operated only).

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Building on the popularity of Nady’s MGT-16 UHF wireless system (introduced in 2010), several new models have been added to expand the system’s numerous applications and instrumentation.

In addition to the MGT-16 plug-in system for guitar and bass, the new Micro Wireless (MW) Series now includes the MHT-16 (for brass and woodwinds), the WHM-16 headset system, and the Link-16 for microphones.

All models are available with either the compact, portable “pedal style” MGT-16 receiver (powered by DC adapter or AA batteries), or the “pocket size” MRX-16 receiver (AA battery operated only). 

All systems feature 16 user selectable PLL frequencies for interference-free operation, up to 250’ operating range, and ASC (Auto-Sync Channel) infrared wireless download that pairs transmitter to selected receiver frequency for quick, easy setup. 

The miniature, lightweight MT-16A/MT-16R instrument transmitters plug directly into a guitar, bass, or portable keyboard; the MH-16 woodwind/brass transmitter clips directly onto the bell of the horn; the compact and comfortable WH-16 headset transmitter fits snugly on the back of the head; and the LK-16 plug-in transmitter easily converts wired dynamic microphones to wireless.

With a built-in audio connector, no cable or bodypack transmitter is required for any of the models…these systems are truly “plug and play”.

The MW Series’ selectable channels fall within the TV channels-free UHF 902-928MHz band and the systems are available with any combination of transmitter/receiver.

All models of the new MW Series are now available.

Nady


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