Summary: This unit was purchased to replace an identical one that is several years old and "tired out". The sound quality degrades slowly over time almost imperceptibly until one day you just cannot understand the speaker anymore. Had I known, I would have replaced it sooner. The new one is perfect. [...
Summary: I already own this very same model. I have used it quite a bit as a wireless mic setup for a fiddle. I have had no problems with it to date. That being some 3-4 years now. I play through a 50 watt amp which is fine for a room. It also sounds fine hooked into a powerfull pa system for an outside concert. With another unit I can set up my guitar wireless and/or set up a headset mic and use each one simultaneously on separate channels.
Summary: I like the fact that Ebay had exactly what I was looking for. Also pricing was a factor on my decision to purchase the Audio- T Wireless Microphone system. The seller also made the selling/purchase transaction run smoothly. I received the item in good condition and the delivery was quite speedy.
Summary: We purchased this system to replace our older Audio Technica lapel system for our church sanctuary. This system is a 100% improvement in sound and pickup from the older one. We have one of those multi-purpose rooms where you can play basketball or hold a church service with high ceilings and lots of bare walls. It is a tough room acousticically.
Summary: This is 1 of 4 of the Audio Technica 700 wireless series that I own. sound quality is excellent, 8 channel capability leaves me room to expand and change to other frequencies immediately. best of all, the transmitters run on 2 AA batteries. no more 9 volt! receiver has XLR and 1/4" outputs with easily adjustable gain. frequency is not in the "banned" range and is high enough get away from other interference.
Summary: This unit is the fourth of the ATW-700 series wireless systems I have purchased. There were multiple reasons for picking this series. 1. The Audio-Technica product is top notch and works trouble free. 2. The frequency range is high enough to stay noise free and is out of the 700 Mhz range that will be "forbidden" by the FCC soon. 3. The transmitters run on 2 "AA" batteries. This was very important to me since 9 volt batteries don't last and cost way too much. 4.
Summary: We are using 4 of these systems for our church. The receivers are very easy to set up with automatic open channel scanning and selection. The sound is very clear and the system is very sensitive. The headsets are a bit difficult to keep over the ear, although we may not be quite used to them yet.