CAD StageSelect WX1610 Wireless Bodypack System with Lavalier, Earworn Mic, and Guitar Cable (G: 542 to 564 MHz)

BH #CAWX1610G • MFR #WX1610G
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CAD StageSelect WX1610 Wireless Bodypack System with Lavalier, Earworn Mic, and Guitar Cable (G: 542 to 564 MHz)
Key Features
  • UHF Frequency Band
  • Lavalier and Low-Profile Earworn Microphones
  • 40 Hz to 15 kHz Frequency Response
  • 100-Channel Frequency Agile
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The StageSelect WX1610 Wireless Bodypack System with Lavalier, Earworn Mic and Guitar Cable from CAD Audio is for capturing audio. It is used in various venues for vocal and speech applications such as for singers, public speakers, stage and theater performances, and more. It features a frequency response of 40 Hz to 15 kHz and a dynamic range of 109 dB. This wireless bodypack system features 100-channel UHF frequency-agile diversity reception and offers connectivity with a minimal of multipath interference.
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CAD WX1610 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Diversity Operation
  • 3ScanLink Technology
  • 4CADLock
  • 5Two Frequency Bands
  • 6SoftTouch Switches
  • 7Long Battery Life
  • 8Metal Chassis

The StageSelect WX1610 Wireless Bodypack System with Lavalier, Earworn Mic and Guitar Cable from CAD Audio is for capturing audio. It is used in various venues for vocal and speech applications such as for singers, public speakers, stage and theater performances, and more. It features a frequency response of 40 Hz to 15 kHz and a dynamic range of 109 dB. This wireless bodypack system features 100-channel UHF frequency-agile diversity reception and offers connectivity with a minimal of multipath interference.

The Equitek E19 ergonomic and behind the ear microphone is designed with a replaceable cable and provides intelligibility in speech. It also provides natural and accurate reproduction in the most demanding environments such as in houses of worship, presenters or theater performers.

The WX1610 system is built with ScanLink technology to provide instantaneous and automatic channel configuration. There is an automatic code encoded squelch to help prevent and eliminate unauthorized interference. AA batteries supply over 15 hours of battery life. The bodypack transmitter has SoftTouch On and Mute switches with multi-color LED indicators to monitor mute status and battery life. The receiver is built with a metal chassis to provide a durable and shielded enclosure. It features 1/4" and XLR outputs to connect to a mixer source. A 1/4" to TA4 guitar cable for the bodypack, rack ears and joining kit are also included.

Diversity Operation

Receiver features 2 antennas to scan for the strongest signal to minimize multipath interference

ScanLink Technology

Features instantaneous scan of the RF environment and automatic link to the transmitter and receiver

CADLock

Provides automatic tone encoded squelch to eliminate unauthorized interference

Two Frequency Bands

The two frequency bands provide more flexibility - Band G is 542 to 564 MHz and Band F is 638 to 662 MHz

SoftTouch Switches

Features switches with multicolor LED indicators of On/Mute and Low Battery

Long Battery Life

AA batteries provide over 15 hours battery life

Metal Chassis

Metal chassis receiver provides a durable shielded enclosure with included rack ears for mounting
UPC: 631922107074

CAD WX1610 Specs

Receiver
Frequency RangeBand G: 542 to 564 MHz
Audio Frequency Response40 Hz to 15 kHz
Dynamic Range>109 dB
Outputs1 x 1/4" (6.3 mm)
1 x XLRM
Bodypack Transmitter
Frequency Response40 Hz to 15 kHz
Transmit Power10 mW
Batteries & Power2 x AA batteries with >15 hours battery life
ConnectorTA4F (instrument pin 3, microphone pin 4)
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.7 x 12.4 x 3.1"
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