CAD Audio Debuts GXL-EU Wireless For Europe

The new CAD Audio GXL-EU wireless system for European operation is designed for easy, flexible use and exceptional wireless connectivity in an efficient dual system configuration.

Solon, OH--The new CAD GXL-EU wireless system for European operation is designed for easy, flexible use while providing exceptional wireless connectivity in a convenient dual system configuration.


GXL wireless is already well established in the US market, and the GXL-EU is designed to operate within the 863-865MHz frequency band, making it license free for use throughout Europe.

The dual-channel GXL-EU receiver is outfitted with XLR and ¼" connectors as discrete outputs and/or a mix output for the two channels. The receiver also includes RF and AF indicator lights and volume controls. A compact discrete antenna can be recessed when not in use.

GXLU-EU wireless is offered with a choice of handheld or bodypack transmitters that operate with AA batteries and feature on/off/mute switches as well as battery indicator lights. All bodypack systems are supplied with guitar cable and condenser headworn mic at no additional charge.

Specifications

Frequency Response: 50Hz - 18KHz
Dynamic Range: >105dBA
RF Transmitter Output: 10mW
Frequency Band EUA: 864.85 & 863.4MHz
Frequency Band EUB: 864.2 & 863MHz

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