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Sony DWZ Series Digital Wireless Guitar Set

by Sony

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  • Ideal for use with both electric guitar and bass
  • DWZ Series wireless provides 24 bit Linear PCM digital audio
  • Receiver includes cable tone function

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00AE0NVPC
  • Item model number: DWZ-B30GB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,273 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2012

Product Description

The Sony DWZ Series Digital Wireless Guitar Set provides the convenience of untethered use with a wired level of audio performance. The package includes a bodypack transmitter along with a compact size receiver. The receiver includes 3 simultaneous audio outputs (1 x balanced XLR and 2 x unbalanced 1/4" phone). The receiver supports flexible powering options with AC adapter, 9V battery or use of a distributed 9V power system.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 20, 2014
I'll start off with the bad. This unit will accept the 12v input that's supplied, but will also let you use a 9v if you want to use a power distribution on your pedal board. When I tried to use the 9v power there was a noticeable drop in volume and some increased hiss.

That's the only bad thing that I have to say about this.

Now, for all the good...

The tone is awesome, clean, pristine. The range is good. The fact that there is no antenna on the receiver makes it very easy to place it on the pedal board. For people that don't like the sterile sound of digital, it also has a cable tone feature that adds a lot of character to the tone.

I use rechargeable batteries in the transmitter and get about 8 hours of continuous use before I have to swap them out.

People have complained about the "proprietary" connector that no one seems to be able to order. I have successfully used a 1/8" mono to 1/4" mono connector and a 1/8" stereo to 1/4" mono connector. The only thing that you don't get with one of these is the ability to screw the connector into the body pack. Since I don't jump around on the stage I'm not too worried about it coming loose.

The mute button works well... I've owned a few wireless in my day, this is my favorite!
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The Sony DWZ-B30GB wireless guitar transmitter/receiver--

The Good: It works -- very well! I have yet to hear anything but my guitar coming through. The signal quality is excellent. As far as I can distinguish, it sounds exactly the same as playing through 5 feet of high-end cable -- no coloration, harshness, mud, digital sound, buzz, hum, artifacts... I've even used the receiver to power two amps with the second one hooked into the tuner socket.

Transmitter and receiver connect very quickly during set-up, and don't seem particularly fussy. Granted, I haven't used this in an electronically-crowded environment, but I don't hear any interference from either of my two routers, phones, neighbors, etc... I have yet to find the transmitter's range while wandering to the far side of my house.

The transmitter has a metal case and seems reasonably rugged. It can be switched to operate with a microphone if needed. Past that, I won't go into features since they're available from several sources.

The Nits (all minor):

The receiver can be run from a 9-volt power supply using a standard "Boss-style" connector, or from its own 12-Volt wall-wart; however, there's a slight drop in output power with the 9-Volt option. I've been running the unit on its own 12-Volt supply with the Sony wall-wart plugged into a power-supply AC daisy-chain socket. Sony's 12-Volt plug and socket is not a standard Boss-type configuration.

The receiver is nicely-sized for a pedal board, but it is plastic. So while it seems reasonably well made, I wouldn't want to "stomp" on it. The output and tuner sockets are placed low on the receiver box, so that two right angle plugs can't cross over-and-under each other.
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By Philip C. White on March 14, 2014
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This was my first wireless set up and it works great. I bought two kits and have one hooked up to my amp and another hooked up to my PS3 for Rocksmith. The sound is great and the ability to adjust the tone based on simulated cable lengths actually works pretty well making for an interesting effect. As far as Rocksmith, there is no latency with this. A couple things to note. The transmitter's body is built as tough as a Boss stomp box but the receiver is pretty light weight plastic. Also on the transmitter the plastic battery tray is kind of weak. Overall I think it's a great product though.
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