PASGAO WG200R Wireless Guitar System - Transmitter/Receiver
Wireless Guitar Bug
Set yourself free from wires. Go wireless with the Pasgao Wireless UHF Guitar System.
Enjoy freedom from your guitar lead, allowing for a more expresive stage performance and simpler set up. Reliable and authenic signal transmission suitable for the professional player.
Pasgao are professional designers and manufacturers of wireless electronics systems with an exceptional price/value ratio. SWAMP is working to bring Australians access to this remarkable range of wireless products, in alignment with new frequency band allocations.
16 channels gives freedom from interference
The WG200R UHF wireless system provides 16 switchable channels allowing for selection of an interference free frequency. The light switch buttons design allow easy handling. The integrated LED displays what channel you are transmitting from and indicates clearly on/off and mute status.
PG-50/60 Transmitter Bug
Uses condenser capsules for brilliant audio quality. The capsule itself is mounted to an elastic shock mount, similar to a studio microphone, to avoid disturbing handling noise. In addition the sensitivity of the capsule can be adjusted to different demands. The guitar bug is available with either a 90 degree (right angle) plug or a 45 degree plug (select your preference above).
- Colour: Black and Grey
- Frequency Range: 655-679MHZ
- RF Output Power: 5mW
- Peak Deviant: +/- 45kHz
- Frequency Response: 60-16000Hz
- Signal to Noise Ratio: 103dB (a)
- THD: < 1%
- Input Voltage Range: 1V Max
- Power Supply: AAA Batteries
- Operating time: 7 hours
- Dimensions: 80x36x22mm
- Weight: 30g
- Frequency Range: 580-870MHz
- Max Channel Number: 16
- Receiving Frequencies: 16
- Switching Bandwidth: 24MHz
- Sensitivity : <-92dBm for 32dB SN Ratio
- Signal to Noise Ratio: >102dB(A)
- THD: < 0.8%
- Dynamic Range: >95dB
- Audio Connector: Jack input
- Antenna: 1/2-Wave 50 Ohms
- Dimensions: 138x97x40mm
- Weight: 150g
By: Michael Macnamara on 26 February 2016Sound is GREAT - once you get it to connect - seems to take a long time to do that (over 5 minutes each time so far, then 'magically' comes good - not sure if there is a proper sequence that should be used to set it up. Pity there was not 'instruction' sheet with the unit, just a diagram showing what each component and switch / button does.
By: Mr. Maka McMahon on 12 July 2014I bought a Pasgao Wireless Guitar Bug system from Swamp with no intention of letting it anywhere near a guitar. I wanted a wireless capability for my many harmonica microphones and microphone wireless systems are usually only good for one mic. The Pasgao bug (plus an array of adaptors) should do the job. The main option was a WiFi wireless guitar bug system, but there have been issues with WiFi interference and some discussion about latency. IӶe certainly seen computers slow down when the ҰipeҠgets busy. Even a few milliseconds of delay would make that system unusable in a live band situation, so I decided on the radio-based wireless. Older systems are VHF, which is no longer usable due to frequency management restrictions. The Pasgao bug uses UHF (655-679MHZ) and can jump over 16 channels, which should mean interference isnӴ an issue. And on special at Swamp it was a good price (but still much more expensive than WiFi). Itӳ all worked well to date.