Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox Digital Wireless System for Guitarists

Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox Digital Wireless System for Guitarists

Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox Digital Wireless System for Guitarists

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Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox Digital Wireless System for Guitarists

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  • 2.4GHz Operation
  • 48kHz/24-bit
  • Pedalboard-Mountable Stompbox Receiver
  • Bodypack Transmitter
  • Dual Outputs for Routing Flexibility
  • 3 Levels of Diversity
  • Includes Hook and Loop Fastener Strips
  • Includes Guitar Cable
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Audio-Technica ATW-1501 overview

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The System 10 Stompbox Digital Wireless System for Guitarists from Audio-Technica is a pedalboard-mountable wireless system designed for use by guitarists and bassists. It includes a bodypack transmitter, a metal stompbox receiver, 2 hook and loop fastener strips, and a guitar cable for connecting the transmitter to your instrument.

Operating on the 2.4GHz frequency range, the System 10 is free from TV signal interference. It has 3 levels of receiver diversity: frequency, time, and space, to help reduce signal drop outs. The pedalboard-mountable receiver is designed to stand up to the abuse of a typical pedalboard, and has dual outputs that allow you to route your signal to multiple amps. Additionally, you can set one output to mute while routing the other unmuted signal to a tuner for quiet on-stage tuning.

Digital 24-bit/48 kHz wireless operation for sound quality and dependable performance
2.4 GHz range - completely free from TV interference
Three levels of diversity assurance: frequency, time, & space
Two switched TRS balanced 1/4" output jacks
Output mode selector and foot switch to toggle between outputs or mute/unmute Output A without muting Output B (e.g., for use with tuner)
Multi-pairing function to link a single receiver with up to eight bodypack transmitters
Transmitter battery level display on receiver
Automatic frequency selection for interference-free operation
Easy operation with instantaneous channel selection, sync, and setup
Digital receiver housed in a strong, metal, stompbox-style body for reliable performance and pedal board mounting
Universal (center + or -) 9 V-12 V DC input
In the Box
Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox Digital Wireless System for Guitarists
  • 2 x Hook and Loop Fasteners
  • Receiver Power Supply
  • AT-GCW - Instrument & Guitar Cable udrzwbyaxrutcbbrsrwceycx
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Audio-Technica ATW-1501 specs

    Overall System
    Operating Frequencies 2.4 GHz ISM band
    Dynamic Range >109 dB (A-weighted), typical
    Total Harmonic Distortion <0.05% typical
    Operating Range 60' (18.3 m) radius, typical (open range environment with no interfering signals)
    120' (36.6 m) diameter, typical (open range environment with no interfering signals)
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz (depending on microphone type)
    Receiver
    System Diversity (frequency/time/space)
    Maximum Output Level 1/4" (6.3 mm), TRS balanced: +12 dBV
    Power Supply 100-240 V AC (50/60 Hz) to 12 V DC 0.5A (center positive) switched mode external power supply
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 3.98 x 1.73 x 5.12" (101 x 44 x 130 mm)
    Weight 19.9 oz (565 g)
    Transmitter
    RF Power Output 10 mW
    Spurious Emission Following federal and national regulations
    Input Connections 1x 4-pin locking connector
    Pin 1: Ground
    Pin 2: Instrument input
    Pin 3: Mic input
    Pin 4: DC Bias +9 V
    Batteries 2x 1.5 V AA
    Battery Life >7 hours (alkaline), depending on battery type and use pattern
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.76 x 4.21 x 0.98" (70.2 x 107 x 24.9 mm)
    Weight 3.5 oz (100 g), without batteries
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.2 x 7.0 x 3.3"

    Audio-Technica ATW-1501 reviews

    System 10 Stompbox Digital Wireless System for Guitarists is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great System, Drop dead quiet. I play guitars full time in a worship band. Our radio environment is very saturated with 11 UHF wireless mic systems, as well as 6 UHF IEM in use. The church also has a 2.4GHz access point in the worship space. After doing some research, I ordered a System 10 / Stomp box. Having the receiver so close to my pedal board setup made it mad easy. And with the constant frequency scan, I know its just going to work. Thanks AT. Dennis from ICT
    Date published: 2014-08-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from For the Guy Who Plays Acoustic/Electric with Piezo and... I was switching from acoustic to electric in the middle of shows. Use the System 10 in combination with my Carvin AE185. Set outputs on stomp box to be separate sends. Use one send direct to mixing board via TRS balanced 1/4 inch jack. Use one output to effects processor and amp. Switch guitar from acoustic sounds going through A output to board. Set electric sound to B output to amp. EASY. Never change guitars. Hit stomp box switch and select the acoustic or electric on the guitar. Excellent system. Crystal clear. Built tough.
    Date published: 2015-06-26
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works good - just not for me It works more or less as advertised. However, I would say that it works better for guitarists who like a good clean (as opposed to dirty) tone. Country and blues players should like this. However, I play classic hard rock and metal, and the system doesn't jive well with my rig being that I use 2 Peavey XXX half stacks run stereo. I'm getting tone and gain loss from the system despite getting a strong signal from the transmitter to the receiver. It almost sounds like I'm playing a guitar with single coil pickups instead of humbuckers.
    Date published: 2017-07-10
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Receiver Needs Battery Guitarists who busk need true stompbox flexibility. Guitarists on tour need flexibility and redundancy. The receiver MUST take a 9v, or it's just not a pro device. It's a well established Industry standard. For now, at least include a battery pack accessory. In V2, internal 9V option. Thanks!
    Date published: 2014-03-25
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good, not great Been using this for 2 years. Sound and durability are top notch. Having the 2 channels is plus. Great for anyone using 2 instruments. The biggest con is the lack of a rechargeable battery for the transmitter. You go through a lot of batteries with this. I thought by now AT would have come out with a rechargeable battery pack that would not only extend the life of the transmitter but also reduce the need to have batteries handy. If you happen to run out at a show and can't get more, you are screwed. Lithiums work great but there is no indicator the power is going down. It just stops working. Regular alkaline gives you a meter, but shorter life. With newer options coming out, this lack of a chargeable battery will make these obsolete. Not having a 9v option on the receiver might be a big deal in some cases. The range on this is long enough where the receiver will be near your amp and a power supply and you won't miss a beat.
    Date published: 2018-07-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clean sound, easy set-up. Better wireless than Line-6 I love it. I used a Sennheiser analog wireless for years with my bass playing and when checking out digital systems, this one wins hands down. Better than Line-6 and Sennheiser
    Date published: 2017-01-24
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