The AKG WMS4500 Instrumental Set Guitar Wireless System is a flexible solution to operate portable instruments or several AKG microphones at one time.
A large number of different microphones can be connected to the wireless pocket transmitter directly through the B29 L or the B18 module. Ideal for small gigs and stages or regional events.
AKG WMS4500 Instrumental Set Guitar Wireless System Includes:
- 1 - PT4500 pocket transmitter
- 1 - SR4500 receiver
- 1 - MKG L instrument cable
1 belt clip, 2 AA size batteries, 2 antennas, 1 rack mounting kit and power supply.
MKG L Instrument Cable
The MKG L is an instrument cable with mini XLR and 6.3mm (1/4") jack for connection with E-guitar, E-bass, keyboard and other electronic instruments. For use with AKG pocket transmitters.
PT4500 Pocket Transmitter
The PT4500 is a bodypack transmitter with a rugged aluminum body. The 30 MHz wide UHF band provides up to 1200 selectable frequencies, and several preset frequency banks for various countries help you set up a multi-channel system very quickly.
A backlit display makes it very easy to tune the PT4500 to the same frequency as the SR4500 receiver. A pilot tone system continuously sends transmitter data including MUTE switch position and remaining battery life to the receiver. Integrated charging contacts let you charge the optional BP4000 battery pack without having to remove it from the transmitter. After only one hour, the battery pack will be fully charged and you can use the transmitter for 12 hours continuously. The 3-pin mini XLR input with adjustable gain accommodates both portable instruments and a variety of AKG microphones for every application.
PT4500 Pocket Transmitter Features:
- Bodypack transmitter with rugged aluminum body
- 30 MHz wide UHF band, up to 1200 selectable frequencies
- Backlit display and jog switch for ease of use
- Up to 50 mW RF output for maximum immunity to interference and dropouts
- Operates for up to 15 hours on AA size dry batteries, 12 hours on optional BP4000 battery pack with integrated Smart Battery Management System
The SR4500 true diversity receiver provides maximum ease of use and the widest range of functions in its class. Its accurate battery life readout is a previously unavailable, invaluable advantage in live sound applications. A complete line of accessories makes the SR4500 your first choice for every application. The transmitter uses a pilot tone to transmit battery status data to the receiver that displays the remaining battery capacity. The pilot tone decoder also allows the detection and display of other important information including the current position of the transmitter MUTE switch.
Auto Setup and Environment Scan functions automatically analyze the local RF environment, find usable frequency groups, and set frequencies. The optional HUB4000 Q integrates the SR4500 into a HiQnet® system. With the PC control software System Architect™ setting up and monitoring highly complex systems is incredibly easy. A logic output allows remote control of external devices, e.g., an automatic microphone mixer.
Naturally, the SR4500 operates in an extremely wide UHF band (30 MHz) and each frequency preset provides up to 19 intermodulation-free channels. The maximum number of selectable frequencies is 1200. Using several frequency bands allows you to operate as many as 70 channels simultaneously. A large, backlit color display and a jog wheel make the SR4500 easy to use and a programmable LED ring indicates important system parameters at a glance.
Housed in a half-rack, all-metal case, the SR4500 is the most compact, reliable, and powerful UHF receiver in its price bracket.
SR4500 Receiver Features:
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- True diversity receiver with all-metal case
- Available in 8 UHF bands, 30 MHz wide each with up to 1,200 selectable frequencies
- Using several frequency bands allows up to 70 channels to be operated simultaneously
- Transmitter battery status monitoring and tone code squelch
- Auto Setup, Environment Scan, and Rehearsal functions for quick and easy setup
- Backlit, programmable color display and jog wheel with selectable warning signal for ease of use
- Output for controlling external devices
- Integrated data interface for controlling and monitoring from a PC via System Architect™
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 www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.