Samson Airline AP1B Bass Wireless System with Angled Plug
What an awesome product! I love it. Only used about 4 times then it sits on my shelf. Go figure. I'm not gigging and would rather sell it than look at it sit there unused.
Batteries last about 14-20 hrs, depends if you turn the 2 switches OFF during breaks, then your looking at about 4 gigs. Uses 1-AAA for the receiver and 1-9v or adapter for the main unit. Awesome how both batteries went red, but still useable, at around the same time. 90 second change-out.
The AirLine UHF Bass Guitar System eliminates body packs with a tiny micro transmitter that plugs right into your bass guitar. The AP1B, the system's receiver, is designed to easily integrate into an effect pedal setup and features a shape circuitry yielding a fat, full bottom end never before heard in a wireless system for bass.
The revolutionary AirLine "plug-in" AG1 transmitter is designed for traditional end-mount inputs. Less than half the size of conventional body packs, this miniaturized transmitter runs on a tiny triple-A battery with 14 hours of battery life. It features an array of on-board controls: A Power On/Off and Mute switch, red/green LED for Power On/Off, a Peak LED and an Input Level control for different pickups. And UHF (Ultra High Frequency) means clearer frequencies with less interference.
Designed for use with your compact effect pedals, the APB1 pedal receiver provides reception you can always depend on. It features a 1/4-inch output jack, Power switch, Peak LED and a Volume control. You can use a 9-volt battery or an AC adapter to power the receiver and when you unplug the unit, the battery is disabled to conserve power.
Plugs it snug like an expensive cord, won't fall out.
Have all packaging and will ship with fresh batteries.
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