#1
whats a wireless system that is good enough to use live for the cheapest price?
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#2
There's no single answer to your question. Not only is it down to opinion and personal preference, but it also depends on what you consider 'cheap'. Especially with wireless kits, you get what you pay for. I use the Sennheiser ew100 G2, and got it for £400 but it's up to you what you want to set as a max price.

I would advise against buying those AKG 'bug' systems, and all the clones of them, because they aren't as secure (in my opinion) and if you have multiple guitars and one is strat-style input, you'll have to buy two transmitters because they don't fit all input jack types. Best off getting something by a respected brand too.
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#4
You do not need a wireless device if you're not willing to spend a lot and you're not playing on massive stages.
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#6
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You do not need a wireless device if you're not willing to spend a lot and you're not playing on massive stages.


Quote by WtrPlyr
Cheap + wireless system = fail


+1 to these two.

Wireless systems should only be considered if you have a large budget, playing on large stages, and move around a lot.

Otherwise, cables will be 100% better.
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