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JOYO JW-02 5.8Ghz Wireless Guitar Transmitter and Receiver

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JOYO JW-02 5.8Ghz Wireless Guitar Transmitter and Receiver


Available May 2018 The new JW-02 Wireless Transmitter and receiver from JOYO, features 4 wireless channels, when several sets of JW-02 are being used simultaneously, you can choose different channels to avoid interference with other users of the same model.
 
The wireless system uses 5.8 GHz ensuring the fastest transmission speed, a 24 bit sample rate at 48khz ensures high performance, long range and an excellent battery life. Latency is less than 7 milliseconds. Dare we say impossible to hear latency when it is 0.007 of a second.

The wireless system uses a 6.35mm 1/4 inch jack socket and can be used with a wide range of instruments, guitars, violins, keyboards, electric ukulele and many more

Both receiver and transmitter can be charged via the supplied USB cable, plugged into a computer USB port, or phone charger, or the 5v UK power supply provided.

If the red light flashes after you switch on the transmitter or the receiver, it indicates low battery, please charge it in time with the USB cable.

Charged and ready to go, press the connection indicator and the led light goes green, when the units are paired, you are ready to go. Turn the transmitter off to kill transmission, turn it on and the connection is restored.

Parameters of JW-02 transmitter:

Built-in lithium battery
Battery: 3.7V 500mAh
Transmit power: 7dBm
Operating frequency: 5.8GHz frequency band
Anti-jamming method: adaptive frequency hopping
Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz
Delay: Sample rate: 24-bit/48KHz
Power: DC5V/500mA
Input Impedance: 220KΩ
Plug’s type: 6.35mm mono plug
Dimensions: 38*50*114mm
Weight: 49g


Parameters of JW-02 receiver:

Built-in lithium battery
Battery: 3.7V 500mAh
Reception sensitivity: -85dBm
Received frequency: 5.8GHz frequency band
Anti-jamming method: adaptive frequency hopping
Signal distortion: Gain: 0 dB
SNR: 105 dB
Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz
Delay: Sample rate: 24-bit/48KHz
Power: DC5V/500mA
Output Impedance: 100Ω
Plug type: 6.35mm mono plug
Dimensions: 40*20*129mm
Weight: 50g

 

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