• Connect to one of eight channels in the 500-865 MHz range
• Connect your guitar, bass or keytar to the bodypack to send wirelessly to the receiver
• UHF (ultra-high frequency) transmission to reduce interference from other devices
• Up to ten hours battery life from just one AA battery
• Balanced XLR or unbalanced 6.35mm jack output socket allows it to connect to most mixers, amplifiers and powered speakersWhy use a wireless body pack?
There’s no need to worry about wires – simply connect your guitar, bass or keytar to the bodypack and wirelessly send your audio to your mixer or amplifier. There are no cables to keep track of or risk creating hazards across a stage with. You only need two wires – one to connect to the pack, and one to plug your receiver in. The body pack comes with a belt clip and can run for up to 10 hours on a single AA battery.
What can I use with this body pack?
The PT 45 bodypack transmitter can be used with electronic guitars, bass, keytars. Dynamic and condenser microphones with a working voltage of approximate four volts require an additional lead. The bodypack has a three-pin mini XLR connector for microphones or line level instruments. The PT 45 is powered by a single AA battery and has an LED indicator to let you know when the battery is running low. Using the on/off switch you can mute your input without disconnecting your pack from the receiver. You can also adjust the gain on the pack. The kit comes with a MKG L guitar cable to connect to an electronic guitar, bass or keytar.
How easy is this wireless kit to set up?
Easy to set up connect your receiver into a mains supply and run an XLR or 1/4-inch (6.3mm) jack to your amplifier or mixer. Insert an AA battery (included – Order Code L43AL) into the body pack and connect you guitar with the MKG L cable. Set the two units onto the same channel and you’re ready to go.
*NB: A Licence is required for use with the lower frequencies