The Line 6 TB516G is a beltpack transmitter for the Relay G70/75 digital wireless receivers. It offers immense sound quality and only 1.5 ms latency. It is equipped with a locking jack and a battery-saving sleep mode.
Select one of 14 channels, a tone profile and send the signal from your microphone to a receiver digitally. You'll no longer have to worry about interference.
The AKG PT45 is a wireless beltpack transmitter with a weight of up to 60 grams out of the Perception Wireless series. Delivered including a guitar cable and compatible with headsets and microphones with a 3-pin mini XLR.
Is the TBP06 transmitter of your Line 6 Relay G30 broken? You can now order it separately!
The Perception series by AKG is well known for its good price/quality ratio. The AKG PT45 is the wireless beltpack transmitter from this popular series. It communicates via band D (ISM), which runs from 863 to 865 MHz.
The Samson AL2-LM10 consists of the lavalier and transmitter from the Samson AirLine Micro Camera system. The beltpack is compatible with an AR2 receiver that communicates on frequency E4 (864.875 MHz).
AKG's DPT Tetrad is a separate beltpack for use with AKG Tetrad sets. These wireless systems operate on the license-free 2.4GHz band. This is a great sounding beltpack transmitter.
The Samson AL2-LM10 is the separate beltpack transmitter and LM10 lavalier microphone from the AirLine Micro Camera system. This version is specifically designed for use with an AR2 receiver on frequency E1 (863.125 MHz).
The Samson AL2-LM10 is the separate transmitter with lavalier microphone from the AirLine Micro Camera set. Use it in combination with a Samson AR2 receiver on frequency E2 (863.625 MHz).
This device sends the sound of your microphone to a receiver digitally. Pick one of the 6 available channels and get ready to own the stage.
Do you need a separate transmitter for the Relay G50 and G90 wireless guitar sets? This Line 6 TBP12 is it!
Beltpacks are highly popular, thanks to the fact that you can work hands-free when using a lavalier or headset microphone. The DAP EB-193B is a beltpack transmitter with mini-XLR connector. You can decide for yourself which microphone you want to use with it.
The Shure QLXD1 (S50, 823-832 & 863-865 MHz, for use in Germany) beltpack is compatible with any headset, instrument cable or lavalier mic with a TA4F connector.
Professionals have known for years that reducing the RF output power of a transmitter is very helpful when you are working with a great number of wireless systems simultaneously. This SK 500 G3 transmitter has that particular option.