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JOYO JW-01 Digital Wireless Guitar Transmitter and Receiver, 2.4 GHz

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The number of music shops who stock the JOYO products in the UK is increasing, we now have over 60 music retailers in England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales. Please take a look on our JOYO retailer map and support your local music retailer. Try the pedals out in person & in confidence from our authorised dealers.

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JOYO JW-01 Digital Wireless Guitar Transmitter and Receiver, 2.4 GHz

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JOYO digital wireless transmitter and receiver. High-quality voice, all digitals, 2.4G Audio transfer makes us flounce away the bondage held by wire while playing. Transmission distance of 20-30 meters indoor; 80-100 meters outdoor. Unlike analog transmitters, our digital system is not affected by outside signals or phones.

This unit works well even when 6-8 pairs are operating simultaneously within one meter. They do not have interference by each other, wireless routers, Bluetooth devices, etc. Signal to Noise and Distortion: greater than 87dB.

Supports "One to Many" (one transmitter to one or many amplifiers). Low-latency. Rechargeable battery: lithium battery (included; lasts for approximately 4-5 hours after a charge of 2 hours). Power adapter and USB cable included.

Lightweight compact design. Microphone input with gain.

Easy set up, no manual tuning or programming required.

Low battery LED warning system.

Easy to use, just plug and play.

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