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Samson SWC88XAG8-K Wireless Guitar System

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Original Price $499.99
Current Price $249.99
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Samson SWC88XAG8-K Wireless Guitar System


  • For Guitar and Bass Players
  • 1/4" Plug-In Instrument Transmitter
  • CR88x True-Diversity Receiver
  • 100 Auto-Scan Frequencies
  • Adjustable Output Level
  • 12-Hour AA Battery
  • Expandable to 8 Mic Channels/300' Range
Versatile Plug-In Transmitter for Cable-Free Movement
  • The AG8 transmitter plugs directly into your instrument (no belt pack or cable required)
  • It is designed with a dual-position connector and can fit Fender-style (Stratocaster) and Gibson-style guitar output jacks.
  • The audio mute switch is easily accessible for silent instrument swaps.
  • The dual-color LED indicator shows low battery, peak level, and mute statuses.
  • Using the included screwdriver, a miniature trimmer lets you fine-tune the transmitter's gain.
  • One AA battery (available separately) provides up to 12 hours of use.
CR88x Rackmount Receiver Works with Any Amp or Sound System
  • A balanced XLR output and an unbalanced 1/4" output allow you to connect the receiver to any amp, mixing board, or PA system.
  • The half-rack receiver chassis can be mounted alone in a standard 19" rack using the included mounting brackets and screws.
  • Quick to set up, the receiver features a 1-touch frequency scan to quickly search 100 available frequencies and locate a clean RF channel in case of interference.
  • The transmitter easily syncs to the receiver via infrared with a quick press of the Sync button.
  • An LED display and LED status indicators show the receiver’s current operating channel, system readiness, and signal overload.
  • True RF diversity helps minimize dropouts.
  • Tone-key and auto-mute circuitry ensure that only the audio signal from the AH8 transmitter reaches the receiver, automatically muting the system when the transmitter is out of range to prevent unwanted noise.

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