CAD Audio Ships UHF WX100 Series Wireless

CAD Audio is now shipping its installation-grade UHF WX100 Wireless Series system.

Solon, OH--CAD Audio is now shipping its installation-grade UHF WX100 Wireless Series system.

The UHF WX100 offers simple and intuitive operation along with exceptionally reliable wireless connectivity in the most congested RF environments and exceptional audio bandwidth.
In addition to enhanced connectivity, the WX100 features a familiar control scheme that facilitates problem-free operation by non-professional users. The transmitters are designed with straightforward form factors that make it easy to identify various features, operate on/off switches, change and recharge batteries.
These designs along with an array of useful accessories make the WX100 a perfect solution for A/V suites, flexible meeting spaces or any situation that requires easy to use, certain-connectivity wireless that doesn't require a long learning curve.
Basic system components include the WX160 gooseneck desk stand transmitter and WX100 receiver, the handheld WX150 microphone and the WX155 body pack which can be used with the CAD 301 cardioid lavalier mic or CAD 302 headworn microphone for additional flexibility. The WX100 is supplied with a joining plate and rack ears for easy installation.
Asked about the WX100, CAD Executive Director of New Business Development Glenn Roop said, "Based on the high level of interest at InfoComm and positive reaction from our customers, we fully expect the WX100 Series to surpass our expectations in terms of sales and market penetration. The system's outstanding RF performance, audio quality and ease of use make it a strong contender in the installation wireless market."
For more information about CAD Audio, call 800.762.9266 or visit www.cadaudio.com.

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