Samson Airline UHF Guitar Wireless System for Fender

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    Product Description

    Samson AirLine Pedal Style Guitar Wireless System takes the concept of wireless to new heights with transmitters so small and lightweight, they are nearly invisible, providing a true wireless experience with no cables or beltpacks.
    For such small and inconspicuous transmitters, Samson developed new proprietary technology, featuring miniaturized circuitry that provides significantly improved wireless reception and sound quality. Less than half the size of conventional beltpacks, these miniaturized transmitters run on a single AAA battery with 14 hours of battery life.

    Samson AirLine Pedal Style Guitar Wireless System for Fender Features:

    • AF1 Transmitter for Fender style
    • AP1 Pedal Receiver
    • Power switch and level control
    • Power On/Low Battery LED indicators and TX/Peak LEDs
    • Dual swivel mounting antennas for optimum positioning
    • 1/4 inch unbalanced output jack
    • DC input
    • Squelch control
    • AF1 Transmitter features a standard 1/4 inch plug and a 15dB pad switch
    • Transmitter operates on single AAA battery
    Using a very small, and lightweight transmitter that actually plugs into your guitar's output jack, the AirLine Guitar Wireless System gives you the freedom to play anywhere onstage without having to deal with ungainly cables. The AP1 pedal receiver is designed to complement your pedalboard and has a handy Power On/Off switch and a Mute switch. This system features an AF1 transmitter, which is designed to be compatible with Fender-style jacks.

    Plug straight into a mini-transmitter
    AirLine takes the concept of wireless to new heights with transmitters so small and lightweight, they are nearly invisible, providing a true wireless experience with no cables or beltpacks. For such small and inconspicuous transmitters, Samson developed new proprietary technology, featuring miniaturized circuitry that provides significantly improved wireless reception and sound quality. 

    All the features, right onboard
    This transmitter offers an array of on-board features, including a Power On/Off and Mute switch, red/green LED for Power On/Off, and an Input Level control for different pickups. And UHF (Ultra High Frequency) means clearer frequencies with less interference. 

    Fits right on your pedalboard
    Designed for use with your compact effect pedals, the AP1 pedal receiver provides reception you can always depend on. It features a 1/4 inch output jack, Power switch, Peak LED, and a Volume control. You can use a 9-volt battery or an AC adapter to power the receiver and when you unplug the unit, the battery is disabled to conserve power.

    The revolutionary AirLine plug-in guitar transmitters come in two versions: the AF1 for Fender-style inputs and the AG1 for Gibson-style end-mount inputs.

    Product Specifications
    Samson Airline UHF Guitar Wireless System for Fender Specifications

    Channel Plan
    • Channel N1: 642.375MHz
    • Channel N2: 642.875MHz
    • Channel N3: 644.125MHz
    • Channel N4: 644.750MHz
    Buy with Confidence
    All wireless microphone systems available through AMS are compliant with current FCC rules for safe operation without a license when they leave our warehouse. If you choose to modify a system after purchase, it may no longer be in compliance and may therefore require a license to operate. To learn more about the FCC’s rules regarding wireless microphones (which are subject to change), please call the FCC at 888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 888-TELL-FCC) or visit http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/wireless-microphones.
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  631-784-2200 Warranty:  2 Years on Audio and Wireless (1 Year on AH8 Transmitter), 90 Days on Rechargeable Batteries, 3 Years on Power Amplifiers
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