Relay™ G30 wireless system redefines the wireless experience for guitarists and bassists. Its superior sound, trusted dependability and refreshing simplicity will inspire you to ex... read more
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Manufacturer's ID: G30
Now compliant with the new 2012 Digital Wireless Switchover. Read more below.
SpecificationRelay G30 delivers a pure signal and incredible clarity. Its broad 10Hz – 20kHz frequency response, superior 118 dB dynamic range and compression-free broadcast give guitars a beautiful high-end sparkle and basses a thunderous low-end punch. Plus, it provides crucial touch response that other wireless systems lack.
Lightweight and low-profile, the TBP06 transmitter is small and stays out of your way. Rugged and stage-ready, the RXS06 receiver can sit on top of your amp, be added to your pedal board or be placed anywhere up to 30 meters away.
To avoid static and dropouts caused by high-powered sources including TV stations, public safety broadcasts and cell-phone towers, Relay G30 broadcasts in the 2.4GHz band. Other wireless systems, which broadcast in congested UHF bands, remain susceptible to these kinds of aggressive interference—even at distances of almost 250 kilometers!
Relay G30 is easy to use and comes with everything you need to get started: transmitter, receiver and accessories including cable, power supply and batteries.
After the Digital Switchover Over the 800MHz band will no longer be used for TV broadcast. Ofcom is clearing the 800MHz band TV channels 61-69 to match spectrum being released in other European countries (European Harmonisation). This will benefit people across the UK because the spectrum will be able to be used for next-generation mobile broadband services. The frequencies that are affected are 550-606MHz (TV channels 31-37) and 790-862MHz (TV channels 61-69).
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