Nady Introduces Miniature Multi-Channel Wireless System At Prolight + Sound

A miniature, lightweight transmitter which plugs directly into a guitar, bass or portable keyboard output jack with no cable or bodypack transmitter required.

By PSW Staff March 26, 2010

Nady MGT-16

Nady Systems announced at Prolight + Sound 2010 the introduction of the new MGT-16, a UHF wireless system featuring 16 user selectable PLL frequencies.

The MGT-16 features infrared download of the selected frequency on the receiver to the transmitter. 

The miniature, lightweight transmitter plugs directly into a guitar, bass or portable keyboard output jack with no cable or bodypack transmitter required; the stomp box size receiver can be placed anywhere—even on stage next to effects pedals.

The MGT-16 features modern technology along with Nady’s hard-wired sound, full dynamic range, instantaneous transient attack and wide frequency response.

The MGT-16’s selectable channels fall within the UHF 583-604MHz range for interference-free operation. ASC (Auto-Sync Channel) transfer of selected frequency from receiver to transmitter via infrared download makes set-up quick and easy.

The MGT-16 features rugged housing and is designed for maximum portability and ease of use. The system is offered with a choice of 2 miniature transmitters that plug into your instrument:  The MT-16A with a 30 degree angled plug for use with recessed or surface-mounted jacks, or the MT-16R, with a right-angle plug for surface-mounted jacks only.

The compact receiver can be battery operated or used with the supplied AC adapter. The MGT-16 features dual antennas for maximum range and dropout protection and has a range of up to 300 ft operating range line-of-sight. The MGT-16 is now available.


Nady Systems Website


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Steve Coquet says

Re the MGT 16
Where can I buy or try one of these great bits of kit - I live in the uk.

kiranmark42 says

I wanted to say that it’s nice to know that someone else also mentioned this as I had trouble finding the same info elsewhere. This was the first place that told me the answer. Thanks. aiou old papers 2010

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