Audix AP42 Performance Series Dual-Channel Guitar Combo Handheld & Bodypack Wireless System (554 to 586 MHz)

Audix AP42 Performance Series Dual-Channel Guitar Combo Handheld & Bodypack Wireless System (554 to 586 MHz)

Audix AP42 Performance Series Dual-Channel Guitar Combo Handheld & Bodypack Wireless System (554 to 586 MHz)

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Audix AP42 Performance Series Dual-Channel Guitar Combo Handheld & Bodypack Wireless System (554 to 586 MHz)

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The AP42 Performance Series Dual-Channel Guitar Combo Wireless System from Audix includes the R42 2-channel diversity receiver, B60 bodypack transmitter with a 3-pin mini XLR to 1/4" guitar cable, and H60/OM2 handheld transmitter. This system is suitable for a band, rehearsal studio, venue, or sound company. Designed for simultaneous use, this combo system is a perfect solution for a singing guitar player who wants freedom of movement along with an integrated system that is quick and easy to set up.

The R42 receiver operates on a frequency range of 554 to 586 MHz and offers one-touch auto scan searches for clear channel. It comes with a built-in antenna combiner and includes a rack mount kit for front mounting antennas. The receiver can be easily linked to the B60 bodypack and the H60 handheld transmitters via infrared beam using the one-touch sync function.

The bodypack transmitter connects to guitars and instruments using the included cable. The handheld transmitter comes with the OM2 dynamic vocal microphone capsule. This dynamic microphone employs a VLM diaphragm for a clear, precise sound with remarkable voice response.

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