Nady Systems recently introduced their nifty, new MRX-16 —a unique, miniature plug-in receiver that provides wireless freedom practically anywhere. The MRX-16 is lightweight and easily portable, and plugs directly into any amplifier or mixer for maximum versatility and ease of operation. No connecting cords required.
The MRX-16 features a ¼” output plug for direct plug-in to amplifier/mixer; 16 DIP-switch selectable UHF channels for interference-free operation in any location; infrared sync with transmitter for instant set-up; and Power On/Off/Mute switch, Volume control, LED indicators for Power On, Low-Battery Alert, and RF reception. The MRX-16 is powered by a single AA battery.
Nady’s new LINK-16 is the perfect complement to the MRX-16. The LINK-16 is a 16-channel plug-in style UHF transmitter that converts any XLR wired dynamic microphone to wireless…with ease. No longer do you have to give up your favorite wired microphone to go wireless.
Like the MRX-16, the LINK-16 is miniature and lightweight and features 16 User selectable PLL frequencies for interference-free operation. The LINK-16 also features ASC™ (Auto-sync Channel) infrared download which pairs the transmitter to the selected receiver frequency. The unit is powered by a single AAA battery and can be used with either Nady’s MGT-16 “pedal style” receiver or the unique, new MRX-16.
Both the MRX-16 and LINK-16 will begin shipping Spring, 2011.