by Otis Stokes
If you’re looking for a wireless guitar system that’s really competitive with some of the top-of-the-line units available, and very affordable, you need look no further than the Samson Synth Seven Guitar System. And although most of the popular systems available today are digital, the Samson Synth Seven is comparable in quality even though it is a Premium UHF system.
This unit is extremely user-friendly with such features as a dynamic display with a bright full-color LCD that allows you to clearly monitor settings such as transmitter battery life, receiver volume level, RF signal strength and operating channel.
It also includes an auto frequency spectrum analyzer, 100 channel options, and a 300’ wireless range. This is Samson’s high-end wireless guitar system and it also includes other features such as:
Rugged all-metal construction for durability
Multifunctional full-color LCD accesses auto frequency spectrum analyzer, selectable squelch control, and others
Up to 20 systems can be operated simultaneously (region dependent)
IR sync automatically links receiver and transmitter for easy setup
Lock setting keeps transmitter settings from being accidentally changed once your show starts
The system also comes with an all-metal UB7 Beltpack Transmitter and custom-made GC32 guitar cable, which features a locking connector.
Complete with its own LCD for monitoring battery life (up to 15 hours on two AA batteries) and current operating channel. As a live performer, I found this unit to deliver a sound quality hard to distinguish from a digital unit.
There are no drop-outs in sound and the range is more than adequate for complete freedom of movement during your performance. It is very easy to operate and with its metal construction, very durable for the rigors of the road.
If this unit is this good, I can’t wait for their digital systems to hit the stores.
Price: $379.99 (SRP)
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