Brace Audio Corporation today announces availability of the DWG-1000 Digital Wireless Guitar System. This unique digital system provides a 25m radius of crystal clear and uninterrupted audio performance over the 2.4 GHz frequency bands that are well outside of the crowded UHF/VHF frequencies used by virtually every other wireless product. With no antennas to set up and no worries of RF interference or hostile environments, the DWG-1000 gives the user a true plug 'n play experience.
"Since Brace wireless technology operates at 2.4 GHz (gigahertz), our products will remain free of potential interference within the UHF spectrum as a result of the upcoming switchover to digital television scheduled for February of 2009," states Neil RiCharde, VP Sales & Marketing at Brace. The DWG-1000's transmitter and receiver are compact, light-weight, and rugged for stage. Up to four systems can be used simultaneously, with an extended play time running on only two AA batteries (optional power supply available for receiver).
The DWG-1000 is the perfect choice for both electric and acoustic-electric guitars. Never before has wireless audio been so trouble-free and easy to use. More information on the DWG-1000 can be found at the Brace Audio website.
Brace products are available in North America through RJMG — Russ Jones Marketing Group,http://www.rjmg.com/ and outside of North America from the exclusive International Master Distributor, Hyperactive Audiotechnik GmbH, http://www.hyperactive.de/cms2/