Harley Benton AirBorne 5.8GHz Instrument

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5.8 GHz Wireless System

  • Set with Plug-n-Play transmitter & receiver
  • Integrated rechargeable 450 mAh lithium battery
  • Suitable for most instruments with 6.35 mm jack plug
  • Frequency range: 5.8 GHz band (5.725 ~ 5.820GHz)
  • 24 bit / 48 kHz
  • 4 Channels
  • Transmission range up to 35 m
  • Latency time < 5.6 ms
  • Battery life up to 4 hours (depending on operating situation)
  • Charging time < 2 hours
  • LED display for battery status, ID status & parring status
  • Rotatable 225° angle jack plug for different positions
  • Dimensions: 90 x 40 x 32 mm
  • Weight: 50 g
  • Incl. Duo-pin USB cable for easy charging

Note: Not compatible with active pickups

available since August 2021
Item number 509161
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Guitar Channels 1
Transmission Format Digital
Frequency 5820 MHz
Transmitter Type Guitarbug
Receiver Type Mobile
Mountable Antenna No
Charging System No
Internal Battery Yes
Battery Status Display 1
Transmitter with Accu Yes
Output 6,3 mm Jack unbal.
Receiver Width in mm 40 mm
Receiver Height in mm 90 mm
Receiver Depth in mm 32 mm
Rackkit No
Receiver Weight in kg 0,05 kg
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HuWill 07.12.2021
I have used this wireless unit for some time after breaking my previous 'market leading' unit. This is much cheaper but feels more robust and works well. It has on-off switches on the receiver and the sender and the units automatically synchronise to one of four channels, though the user can change these if wished.

The design works well with different guitar jack sockets from Strat type to strap button to side sockets. The only slight criticism is that the folding mechanism could be stiffer to allow the unit to stay as set by the user. Nevertheless, it doesn't have to stick out from the guitar thus protecting it from the type of accident that befell my previous unit.

I have had no trouble with quality of sound or dropout with the unit. I have not tried it with my keyboard, but I understand that if I needed it that it would work with that as well. I have not tested the range.

In conclusion- well made and well priced- if you need wireless connection between your instrument and your amp this is all you need.
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Simple and good
Michel R 14.11.2022
This is a simple wireless system, and as good as you can expect from a unit this cheap.

Yes, someone would say, the built quality is not top of the line. But that´s the thing, you can´t expect top quality for that price.
Yes it feels a little bit plastic, but that doesn´t bother me.

The system itself is very easy to start up, almost plug and play level.
It also doesn´t color the sound that much. I have some top level cables I use and I didn´t hear any specific differences between the sound with cable and this wireless. Maybe if you want to analyze extremely critical, the sound is maybe a little bit brighter than with good cables.

But that can also be that the cables are coloring the sound....
So my conclusion is that this is a good semi level wireless, good enough for practicing at home or small cover bands who doesn´t play on too big stages.
And because the system itself is so cheap, you can easy have another backup pair, and it will still be a very cheap and affordable system. That said because battery life is not that top level.
So if you don´t need a big wireless system for Pro use, I can without problem recommend this one. You get what you pay for.
With this system I can say, you get what you pay for but 20 % better.
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Leads...ah ha I don't think so sir!
DIRTYFONK 09.04.2022
These wee things are great, plug any way u need, transmitter from guitar to receiver at your pedal board then only cable to amp (or another set of these set to different frequency) keeping lead free guitar/bass environment ready for implementation of your bands new (trip free) choreography routine. I like to charge them regularly although they do hold charge for a reasonable amount of time, defo a whole long gig. Some ppl tell me there is some latency with these but if there is it is minimal enough to not be an issue imo.
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Great, works without interference.
AlexCollins 01.05.2022
Works well, no interference, decent battery, decent range. Also comes with a small carrying case.

I went for the 5.8 GHz version as I have many other electronics using the 2.4 frequency that I didn't want to interfere. So far so good.
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