WNAMM12: Finally - Affordable Stereo Wireless Pro Audio

Wi Digital Systems - 2.4gHz      18/01/12

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We've been looking for a digital system for our show work for some time, especially with stereo or two channel capabilities.

So we were jolly excited to see this range of 2.4gHz two channel stereo systems with iOS and computer systems.

With 4-6hrs battery life and a whole bag of adapter leads, its something we cant wait to actually try out.

 

 


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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Emil    Said...

Can you connect it to a pair of active monitors for wireless audio stream from mac ?

19-Jan-12 04:59 AM


Paul Hurt    Said...

Aargh, it makes me quite angry when they call this a "professional" piece of gear, because it's miles away from being suitable for use in a professional environment. I tried using a very similar 2.4GHz system a couple of years ago for simple in-ear monitoring, and although it had potential, it had a lot of design issues that made it unusable - very obvious issues that any pro would have flagged up within ten minutes of using the thing. This is an almost exact copy of that device, with all the same issues. Very disappointing.

20-Jan-12 01:22 PM


Jez    Said...

Thank for the comment Paul. That said, would this product suffice for a non-pro until Line 6 or some other company makes an affordable "pro" digital wireless IEM system? I'd really love to know about the latency.

21-Jan-12 08:39 AM


Zeke    Said...

I would like to hear more about the use of this system on stage as IEM. Is there latency?

17-Sep-13 07:40 AM


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