PGXD1 Bodypack TransmitterUp to 10 hours of continuous use from 2 AA batteries. 200 ft (60 m) operating range.
PGXD4 Wireless Receiver24-Bit, 48 kHz digital audio technology for wireless that sounds like wired. Up to 5 compatible channels per frequency band.
WA302 Instrument CableCable, Instrument, 2.5 foot (.75 m), 4 Pin Mini Connector (TA4F) to 1/4-inch Connector.
The PGXD14 Bodypack Wireless System is part of the PGX-D wireless systems family.
PGX-D Digital Wireless, with state-of-the-art, 24-bit digital audio and trusted Shure microphones, delivers stunning sound and a strong, clean RF signal. Slim, compact bodypack with belt clip features power, mute, and battery status LEDs; recessed dial with 26 dB of adjustable gain, and lockable interface that prevents accidental setting change.
Includes PGXD4 receiver, PGXD1 bodypack transmitter, guitar cable, power supply, 2 AA batteries, carrying case, and user guide.
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