Wi Digital Wi AudioLink Pocket Portable Stereo Digital Musical Instrument Wireless System
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- 2.4GHz pocket portable stereo digital wireless audio system for every instrument in the band. Attach to any instrument without posing any risk of damage to your gear. The entire system can fit on the palm of your hand!
- 100 feet range (line of sight). 16bit, 48kHz uncompressed CD quality connectivity without radio frequency (RF) interference, signal loss, or crackle inherent in UHF/VHF systems.
- Supports Mono Line-in for Active Guitars, Passive Guitars and Electric Acoustic Instruments. Stereo Line-in for Keyboards, Digital Pianos, Electronic Drums, DJ Gear, stereo foot pedals, guitar signal processors, devices with headphone jacks and more.
- Extreme power flexibility with up to 6 hours of internal rechargeable batteries life and up to 13 hours of extended use with the optional ON-THE-GO AA battery adapter. Supports USB bus power to charge and operate the system.
- Comes complete with Wi transmitter and receiver, two (2) 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch TRS stereo and mono cables each, USB power cable, universal USB power adapter and hard-shell carrying case.
- 2.4GHz pocket portable stereo digital wireless audio system for every instrument in the band.
- Attach to any instrument without posing any risk of damage to your gear. The entire system can fit on the palm of your hand!
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|Consumer Alert: Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888- CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC’s wireless microphone website at http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.|
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The Wi AudioLink is a full function 2.4GHz stereo digital wireless audio solution that provides up to 100 feet of secure, uncompressed 16 bit, 48kHz CD quality wireless audio connectivity. This high-quality solution operates without radio frequency (RF) interference, signal loss, or crackle inherent in the UHF/VHF systems and it’s immune to AC hum. Designed to travel with you anywhere, anytime, the Wi AudioLink’s 15Hz to 20kHz frequency response covers the full harmonic spectrum of musical instruments including electric Guitars, Keyboards, Wind Instruments, Percussion and Strings; and delivers crisp highs and thundering low tones that will satisfy the most demanding musicians. Simple, Elegant, Ultra-Light Design The Wi AudioLink is the first digital wireless system ever to combine all the features required for professional instruments and in-ear monitoring in an ultra small, rugged, light-weight design. This combination of audio performance, simplified setup and portability lets you set up quickly and easily! - No complicated frequencies to assign - No heavy cables to hoist or route - No tangle of speaker cables - No bulky gear to haul - No clumsy antennas - No knobs to tweak Supported Instruments: - Electric Acoustic Guitars - Electric Guitars (Passive and Active) - Electric Bass Guitars (Passive and Active) - Electric Violins and Upright Bass - Electronic Wind Instruments - Electronic Drums and Percussion - Digital Pianos and Keyboards - Guitar Foot Pedals and Multi Effects - Amplifiers and Powered Monitors - Mixers and Live Sound Systems - DJ Gear and Samplers - Digital Multitrack Recorders - Studio Monitor Headphones - In-Ear Personal Monitors - MP3 Players & Devices with headphone jacks
Top customer reviews
As a filmmaking tool the Wi Audiolink is great.
If you are using this for monitoring audio in a recording environment I would say forget it. The 12 milliseconds is noticeable and hard to get used to when playing.
If you are just using this to listen to music from another room it also works very well and you gives you better audio quality then a bluetooth configuration.
The hard case and USB charging station are a nice touch and setup on the Wi audiolink is pretty painless. When you power both units on they blink for a bit and sink up.
I subtracted 1 start for the lack of replaceable batteries and the fact that they advertise this as a tool for musicians. It's great for filmmaking, but I wouldn't want to use this for a wireless guitar setup, the latency would drive me crazy in that type of application.
The audio has no latency that I can find -as one other review seemed to indicate- speaking as one who watches mouths or drums or anything else closely and listens for the sound to match up. Perhaps he is more precise in measuring it than I, but I cannot detect any latency in the sound whatsoever by my ear.
The sound quality is quite good, it sounds every bit as good as a normal 1/8" line, and very much better if there is any distance over 20'. The transmitter works over a pretty great distance without walls, probably around their claim of 100'. With walls, it seems to be much shortened, just using it walking around the house listening to music from my laptop. I don't feel this to be a problem, as I always have sight line when using it.
The battery life is at least 2-3 hours, though I haven't gone longer without charging it, as it would be a major setback for the batteries to be depleted while I needed to be using them. It does give a low battery indication on the LED flashes, but beyond that there is no way to know the amount of battery remaining that I am aware of.
One note, somehow in my skimming of information online before the purchase and the quick start guide, I had the impression that it would be set for stereo line in from the first time I turned it on. I later discovered that I had used it in the passive guitar mode instead of stereo line mode, which is why it always sounded like an ocean in the background on sound from the board or boom mic! Make sure you learn about the modes and set them properly or you won't like what you get!
Overall I am very pleased with my purchase, and would recommend this item!
I play a stereo guitar that I send to two different amps, and cabling was a problem for my OCD-keep-it-tidy brain. I have wanted wireless for a long time, but couldn't see myself running two systems, or spending high dollars for a stereo system. This gear fixed that. It is tiny, stereo and priced under $200. It has a couple of features I don't want, but they don't get in the way.
Now, I have one cable that runs from the receiver to both amps, and one cable for the effects/return loop to my stomp box.
The latency is higher than I hoped it would be, but for live performance, it isn't significant enough to retreat back to cables.
I can't note any difference in the clarity of tone between cable or this wireless system.
Glad I took a chance on it.
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