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  • FS: Sennheiser EW G2 wireless receiver and beltpack transmitter, 740-776 mHz

    Includes:
    - EM100 rack-mount receiver (and two antennae)
    - SK100 bodypack transmitter
    - NT2-1 AC adapter
    - Original EW 152 G2 (Head Set) box, packing material, and manual

    Does NOT include: original ME3 headset microphone.

    Compatible with wireless hand-held mics capable of transmitting in the same frequency range, and also wireless instrument cables and headset mics as long as the belt-pack connector is compatible with Sennheiser's mini-stereo jack system. See further specs on Sennheiser's web site.

    Great system, but this frequency range is no longer usable in the U.S. for wireless instruments/mics since the 700 mHz band has been re-purposed.

    As new condition, just needs a good home.

    -D44
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    Old guy, just trying to play through the arthritis...
    - Balance is a virtue; loud for its own sake is not... and loud won't fix bad
    - I may not interpret ridiculous, crazy, or stupid the way you intended
    - Common retail products are never awesome (thermo-nuclear probably is, though)
    Assume the requisite list of stuff...

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    Price?
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    • #3
      Sorry for delay, traveling...

      $200.

      -D44
      ************************************************** *********************************

      Old guy, just trying to play through the arthritis...
      - Balance is a virtue; loud for its own sake is not... and loud won't fix bad
      - I may not interpret ridiculous, crazy, or stupid the way you intended
      - Common retail products are never awesome (thermo-nuclear probably is, though)
      Assume the requisite list of stuff...

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      • #4
        Bump.
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        Old guy, just trying to play through the arthritis...
        - Balance is a virtue; loud for its own sake is not... and loud won't fix bad
        - I may not interpret ridiculous, crazy, or stupid the way you intended
        - Common retail products are never awesome (thermo-nuclear probably is, though)
        Assume the requisite list of stuff...

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        • #5
          Bump.
          ************************************************** *********************************

          Old guy, just trying to play through the arthritis...
          - Balance is a virtue; loud for its own sake is not... and loud won't fix bad
          - I may not interpret ridiculous, crazy, or stupid the way you intended
          - Common retail products are never awesome (thermo-nuclear probably is, though)
          Assume the requisite list of stuff...

          Comment


          • #6
            Bump.

            If the frequency range works for you, add your mic or instrument cable -- with appropriate connectors -- and E Voila!

            Offers?

            -D44
            ************************************************** *********************************

            Old guy, just trying to play through the arthritis...
            - Balance is a virtue; loud for its own sake is not... and loud won't fix bad
            - I may not interpret ridiculous, crazy, or stupid the way you intended
            - Common retail products are never awesome (thermo-nuclear probably is, though)
            Assume the requisite list of stuff...

            Comment

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