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Samson AirLine 77 Guitar System

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This item is usually Drop Shipped from the MFR/Distributor within 7-14 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of placing the order with the MFR. Item is non-cancelable and non-returnable.
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You Pay: $249.99
Product Highlights
  • Band N4 / 644.750MHz
  • For Fender Guitars
  • AF1 Fender Guitar Transmitter
  • CR77 UHF Diversity Receiver
  • XLR and 1/4" Phone Outputs

The Samson AirLine 77 Guitar System delivers the freedom of cable free guitar playing on stage, during rehearsals and in recording sessions. The Airline 77 provides reliable UHF transmission and includes the AF1 plug-in guitar transmitter for Fender model guitars, and the CR77 UHF diversity receiver.

The AF1 is ultra compact and features a 1/4" phone connection that attaches directly to the guitar's output jack. This eliminates the need for bulky guitar-strap or bodypack transmitters. A single AAA battery will power the transmitter for up to 14 hours, and the CR77's UHF diversity operation minimizes interference caused by extraneous RF frequencies.

True diversity UHF wireless guitar system with PLL frequency control
CR77 receiver features multi-segment audio level and RF level LED meters
Squelch and volume control
XLR and unbalanced 1/4-inch outputs with mic/line level output switch
AF1/AG1 micro transmitter plugs directly into guitar or bass
Transmitter features power switch, power/battery LED and 15 dB pad
Single AAA battery operation allows up to 14 hours of life for AF1/AG1
AC adapter and 1/4-inch to 1/4-inch cable included
Frequency Range Band N4 / 644.750MHz
Samson AirLine 77 Guitar System
  • AF1 Fender Guitar Transmitter
  • CR77 Diversity Receiver
  • 1/4" to 1/4" Phone Audio Cable
  • AC Power Cord
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

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    Samson Airline 77 guitar system

    By Hop

    from 128 Little Hocking oh 45742

    Comments about Samson AirLine 77 Guitar System:

    The guirar system was great I had another guitar system from another brand that i had to send back right out of the box the 77 guitar system was ready to go after I show this to a friend i bet he will get one also.
    Got to say B&H photo are good to work with thanks

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    Worked first time "plug in and play"

    By Delmatics

    from Australia Melbourne

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      Comments about Samson AirLine 77 Guitar System:

      On stage wireless a godsend with so many pedals and wires
      Easy fit in 19" carry road case
      Just plug in and play and away you go
      Fender plug just touches the sender at times with the whammy bar

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