(as of Sep 18,2020 08:41:56 UTC – Details)
Avantree TC240: The wireless transmitter & receiver set is designed to make your electric musical instruments (electric guitar, bass, violin, keyboard, etc.) wireless. Cut yourself loose from the bindings between you and the amp!
Works with any electric instrument with 1/4 or 1/8 inch output.
Maintains Sound Quality
The 2.4G digital transmission delivers the audio without compression and damage.
The latest 2.4G technology produces under 9ms audio delay – completely undetectable by human ears.
Each transmitter can be linked to 4 receivers simultaneously.
Automatic Channel Match
60 available channels with auto-matching; avoids audio cutouts.
Two-way Talk Mechanism
Greatly reduces the interference from other wireless devices nearby.
Wireless & Free
Extended working range of up to 100 feet / 30 meters.
[Supports recording] The TC240 supports Mic output, just plug it into your PC/phone/other recording devices to record your playing sessions. Plug your instrument into the AUX input on the transmitter, then plug your PC/phone/recording device into the Mic output on the receiver.
[Supports simultaneous Aux Out and Mic Output] The Receiver can output to an amp or headphone and your PC/phone/other recording device at the same time enabling you to record while you perform. Plug your musical instrument into the AUX input on the transmitter, then plug your amp/headphone into the Aux output on the receiver, and your PC/phone/other recording device into the Mic output on the receiver.
[Supports both Mic input and output] The 240 supports both Mic input and output at the same time, so you can record your own podcasts, speeches, lectures etc. Plug a microphone into the Mic input on the transmitter and then plug your PC/phone/audio recording device into the Mic output on the receiver.
[Supports simultaneous Mic input, Mic output and Aux output] The TC240 supports Mic input, Mic output and Aux output at the same time, enabling you to record live speeches. Plug your Microphone into the Mic input on the transmitter, your amp into the Aux output on the receiver, and your PC/phone/other audio recording device into the Mic output on the receiver.