Submitted August 16, 2018 by James Martin in West Seneca, NY
"Sennheiser Wireless guitar the good and bad"
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Good:1) easy to set up2) easy to sync3) sound quality4) rangeBad:1) plastic body pack but at the price point what you expect.2) no extension wires and bnc adapters like you get in the Shure BLX guitar wireless rack mount for $30 more dollars (pay for what you get again) to mount on the front bracket.3) Power adapter looks cheap and a terrible design. I tohught German engineering was awesome? Shure makes a better standard power supply plug thats slim and fits in any power socket. Sennheiser's power supply is big and verticle which in my power Furman wouldn't fit with my Kemper right beneath it. I had to move thing's around.4) CHEAP guitar cable.
Great sound quality. It's Sennheiser
useful feature: easy to sync and set up.least useful: terrible power supply design, CHEAP guitar cord and transmitter/bodypack.oh the brackets are a terrible design and eyesore. Plus NO plastic plugs to fill antenna holes if you don't want to use the front mounts.Shure designed their rackmount brackets better
Ease of Use
Easy yo get sounds. Easy to use with my Shure IEM. No learning curve. Guitar was playable very little to no lag,
receiver is well made but guitar cable and bodypack are cheap. Receiver will last but hopefully bodypack is secure and safe.Will have to upgrade the guitar chord.
I got it at a really good price but after upgrading the guitar cable and having to buying the front mount extension cable/bnc adapter for the unit I decided I should have bought the Shure BLX14R which had everything in the box and better hardware (mounting brackets/guitar cable).
Never dealt with them.
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