#1
Something about wireless guitar sets being screwed with,
due to that stupid switch to digital?
Some guys at a music store round me were talking about it,
I personally call BS, but I dont know...
Just sounds stupid.

Anyone?...
I AGREE
#2
Wait what? Can you explain what you'rs aying?
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#3
Quote by Guitar2theface
Wait what? Can you explain what you'rs aying?


This.

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#4
are you saying they can be tampered with wirelessly by people who can hack into it? or whats your deal here? if thats what you mean, i wouldnt say BS, its very possible with our technology level right now
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#5
I think he means-

the switch to digital TV has messed up guitar wireless systems. Or, at least that's how I interpreted it. Idunno.

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#6
They use radio frequencies, don't they? I don't see where there's a problem unless they're using frequencies previously used for TV transmission . . .
#7
...waits for TS to give us explanation.....

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#8
Quote by BlockFour
They use radio frequencies, don't they? I don't see where there's a problem unless they're using frequencies previously used for TV transmission . . .


Which should not be the case as transmission frequency bands are dedicated for specific uses.

By right, unless someone has tampered with the products, there should be no cross-over of transmission frequencies.
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#9
Yes it is true.

After years of trying, ALIENS can now officially hack into our GUITAR AIR WAVES!!

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#10
Yeah, switch to Digital via TV...
They say thatl screw with our wireless sets.

Not cool.
I AGREE
#11
Quote by Hobo69
Yeah, switch to Digital via TV...
They say thatl screw with our wireless sets.

Not cool.


lmao

wtf
#12
Quote by jc349
I think he means-

the switch to digital TV has messed up guitar wireless systems. Or, at least that's how I interpreted it. Idunno.