September 24, 2014
You’re a guitar player so you shouldn’t have to worry about things like whether or not your wireless system is going to sound right and work every time. Shure understands this which is why they have released their latest wireless guitar system with a no hassle and easy to operate functionality. The Shure GLX-D Wireless Guitar System is a great way to untether your guitar performances. The price is very affordable and it offers a lot of features that other wireless systems don’t. Find out what those are in our review of the Shure GLX-D Wireless Guitar System.
The Pedal is the Receiver
The pedal is the heart of the GLX-D system and dubbed the GLX-D6. It has the ability to work with the transmitter from up to 200 feet away so you don’t need to be tied to the pedal for it to work properly. The antennas are all …
July 17, 2014
The Line 6 Relay G30 has recently dropped in price by $100 and is now retailing for $199.99 on our website. Because Line 6 has dropped the price, we thought you guys would appreciate some perspective on this super affordable wireless guitar solution. There are certainly plenty of options for wireless guitar systems out there and they range in price and overall quality. Line 6 has three different models in the Relay line including the Relay G50, the Relay G55, and the Relay G90. The Relay G30 is the most affordable in the line, and even more so with the price drop. Lets see what it has to offer and what users are saying about it.
The Relay G30 has a 100ft range, 6 different frequency channels, and an 8 hour battery life. All of this is pretty impressive for a wireless system under $200. Another …
July 26, 2013
One of the first things we saw at the NAMM show 2013 was the Numark Orbit wireless DJ controller. There was a lot of buzz from the early press day on through the week about Numark’s latest DJ controller. After the initial high wore off, many bloggers and gear heads began to wonder whether or not the Numark Orbit could be used in a performance environment and be used well. Well we took it for a test drive to see if it has performance potential and we found that it actually holds up pretty well. Many DJs may scoff at that sentiment, but we found it to be quite fun and had several folks around the office, who weren’t DJs, playing with it, sounding great doing it, and having a lot of fun. We also had more skilled DJs pick it up and see the potential for dynamic MIDI mapping …
February 15, 2013
Bose is known for having some of the best sounding audio devices from headphones, to media players, to surround sound systems. To add to their existing line of quality professional audio equipment, Bose put out a collection of portable PA systems. Initially released in 2003 the L1 Speaker Systems looked to change the way we look at live sound setups. These systems have been used in multiple applications from PA for the acoustic performer to monitor systems for full bands. In 2012 Bose added a new product to the line with the L1 Model 1S and its companion bass speaker the B1 Bass Module. The L1 Portable Systems can also be used for any type of performance or live sound application from a mobile DJ to an orator. Not only do these speakers have great sound but they are also aesthetically pleasing for use as an audio source/entertainment hub for your home or business. There are …
September 21, 2012
The same wireless technology that allows you to listen to your music through thin air on a pair of wireless headphones, is now coming to you in a standardized form that audio manufacturers have all decided to agree upon. If you have a pair of Sennheiser DHR160 wireless headphones, you’ll understand why this shift in technology is so monumental.
Hardcore listeners and home theater buffs will no longer need to run long lengths of wire to achieve true surround sound. Even better, WiSA certification marked speakers are all guaranteed to work with each other and communicate with the same receiver, regardless of manufacturer. …