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  • Audio Technica and Digital Reference wireless

    Just noticed that the DR 3000 series appears to be an exact copy of a AT2000 series, even in the same frequency range. I've heard that DR is owned by AT. Is it possible that these are the same unit? 


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    There are indeed off-branding of AT products such as their pro 88 video wireless but there are significant differences in seemingly identical models if you look closely. These are usually responsible for the price differences. Buyer beware.

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      Digital Reference used to be an Audio Technica brand, but it is now owned by Guitar Center. I suspect that DR products are still made by AT and sold exclusively through GC, but I could be wrong.

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      • agedhorse
        agedhorse commented
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        dnwheeler wrote:

        Digital Reference used to be an Audio Technica brand, but it is now owned by Guitar Center. I suspect that DR products are still made by AT and sold exclusively through GC, but I could be wrong.


        I believe it was always manufactured by AT and sold as  GC/MF/Music 123 etc. exclusive brand.

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