Samson Synth 7 Guitar UHF Wireless System (Band C)

Samson Synth 7 Guitar UHF Wireless System (Band C)

Samson Synth 7 Guitar UHF Wireless System (Band C)

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Product Highlights

  • For Wireless Guitar and Bass
  • GC32 Guitar Cable
  • UB7 Beltpack Transmitter
  • UR7 Wireless Receiver
  • Rackmount Kit Included
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Band: C


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The Samson Synth 7 Guitar Wireless System features rugged all-metal construction on both the receiver and transmitter, advanced features and UHF operation. Synth 7 Guitar System offers wireless freedom to guitarists, bassists and other stringed instrumentalists.

The Synth 7 Guitar System allows for up to 20 systems to operate simultaneously (region dependent) with up to 300' separating the receiver and transmitter. The system's UR7 Wireless Receiver matches rugged all-metal construction with a user-friendly experience. The UR7's multi-functional full-color LCD plays host to a variety of features, including an auto frequency spectrum analyzer that seeks out the most desirable operating frequency in your area. Via the LCD, you can also manually select from over 100 operating channels across the systems 25 MHz bandwidth, lock the receiver for uninterrupted performance and monitor the battery life of your transmitter. For further control over your performance, an Advanced Settings menu offers Squelch and Tone Key controls. Lastly, an IR set function automatically syncs the UR7 receiver with the transmitter for fast and easy setup.

The Synth 7 Guitar System also features the all-metal UB7 Beltpack Transmitter and GC32 Guitar Cable with a locking connector. Complete with its own LCD for monitoring battery life (up to 15 hours on two AA batteries) and current operating channel, the UB7 was crafted to meet the demands of serious performers.

Synth 7 Guitar System
  • UHF wireless system
  • Rugged all-metal construction on receiver and transmitter
  • 1/4" audio cable, AC adapter and rackmount kit included


UR7 Wireless Receiver
  • Multi-functional full-color LCD
  • 100 operating channels across 25MHz bandwidth
  • Up to 20 systems can be operated simultaneously (region dependent)
  • Auto frequency spectrum analyzer
  • IR set automatically links with transmitter
  • Lock setting for prevents accidental channel change
  • Selectable squelch control (Low, Mid, High)


UB7 Beltpack Transmitter
  • GC32 Guitar Cable with locking connector
  • LCD indicates battery level and operating channel
  • Offers up to 15 hours of battery life using two AA batteries
  • 300' operating range


UPC: 809164213246
In the Box
Samson Synth 7 Guitar UHF Wireless System (Band C)
  • UB7 Beltpack Transmitter
  • GC32 Guitar Cable
  • UR7 Wireless Receiver
  • 1/4" Audio Cable
  • AC Adapter
  • Rackmount Kit
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Working Range 300' (100 m) line of sight
    Audio Frequency Response 50 Hz - 15 kHz
    THD <1% (@AF 1 kHz, RF 46 dBu), overall
    Dynamic Range >100 dB A-weighted
    Signal to Noise Ratio >90 dB
    Operating Temperature 14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C)
    Tone Key 32.768 kHz
    Input Connector Mini-XLR (P3)
    Input Impedance 1 MOhm
    Input Gain 38 dB range
    RF Power 10 mW EIRP
    Power Requirements Two AA (LR6) alkaline batteries
    Battery Life Up to 15 hours
    Dimensions 2.4 x 0.78 x 3.5" (62 x 20 x 90 mm)
    Weight 5 oz (139.4 g)
    Audio Output Level Unbalanced +14 dBu / balanced +9 dBu
    Audio Output Impedance Unbalanced 810 ohms / balanced 240 ohms
    Sensitivity -100 dBm / 30 dB sinad
    Image Rejection >50 dB
    Operating Voltage 15 V
    Dimensions 8.5 x 1.8 x 7.4" (215 x 45 x 189 mm)
    Weight 3.1 lb (1.4 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.67 lb

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