#2
It's probably alright, it's only VHF though, so your not gonn ahave the best of range. Your best bet is to research that model on the internet and read reviews.
#3
well it says the maximum range is 500ft
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#4
The thing with VHF is your more likely to have intereference and you will probably lose more tone than youwould with UHF aswell
#9
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if you're only playing at home, don't waste your money....just get a good quality cable.


seconded. there really is no point in getting a wireless unless u plan on running round a stage
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#11
no wireless is worth it for only home use IMO, i have a samson wireless and its brilliant, but for home use, if i were not gigging i would sell it purely because at home there is no need to run around like a lunatic etc. though that said if you are stuck on getting a wireless don't let us put you down.
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#12
ok guys, i am planing on getting that second one i posted. I am just saying is it any good and i apreciate saying to not get it but i have plans for the future and i am really sick of the tangle of cords.
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#13
check out $129 nady wireless. alot of fun around the house. it doesnt lose too much tone. its pretty reliable and its new.
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#14
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check out $129 nady wireless. alot of fun around the house. it doesnt lose too much tone. its pretty reliable and its new.


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