Every device will work with it! As a result, I got frustrated with all the guitar cables and the clutter they cause
Additionally, I got tired of cables breaking or breaking and while it's not very often, it's still a pain to hear the buzz or find a broke cable. In order to find the best wireless technology for my situation, I studied a variety of wireless options and read reviews of current products. The Lekato I chose was based on reviews, specs that I was interested in, and price. Keep in mind that I do not plan to tour with AC/DC, Styx, Queen, or Bon Jovi anytime soon, but I am available if you need me. The 19th was the day that the box was delivered. I had purchased the 8 Ghz system on March 16th. That seems pretty darn fast, don't you think? As I have opened the box, I found that it's a very straightforward Recharge, plug in, and play again. It only took about one hour to charge the device. It took me 5 hours the first time. I've played for about 6 hours off and on, and it's still going at the moment. Here are a few photos from the trip Not because I want to do a show, but because I feel like it To impress, I will show and tell about my gear Other people have given better examples of this To show you that the Ketano fits a wide range of guitar styles, I want you to take a look at it. Despite the fact that all the guitars have pickups, I have tried every guitar and they all work fine. Note the two American Stratocasters that I own - both work fine. It's no problem at all, thank you! There was a report that said these wireless systems might not handle That's not right! With active pickups, I have a Schecter Hellraiser and it works flawlessly (listen to how JY Young and Styx play Probably one of the most underrated musicians). Additionally, there are two Taylors and one Martin at work. The four amps I tested are all within the range My Marshall DSL40, Fender Stage 100, Fender Blues Tweed, Vox Valvetronix, and even the Katana Mini I always carry with me while improvising (the perfect practice device! It's great to hear a lunchbox make a sound! Besides my two digitech pedal boards, a Tube Screamer, and Brian May's Red Special, I also plugged the Lekato into those pedals. Do you know what's going on? Nevertheless, all my gear is positioned within 5 feet of my computer/cable router, plus my iPhone is sitting right next to it. I had no issues and did not experience any My iPhone was plugged into the amp so that I could play songs through it and play the guitar along with it while using the Ketano without any problems. Now let's talk about the distance test. I only did this test at home, but I walked around my house on the first and second floors for this test. When the Lekato was sighted from 70 feet or more, it worked perfectly The distance between two walls was 80 feet. Trying to run it through two walls failed As if you were actually going to need it. I am very pleased with the distance test. The latency - 0. 75-seconds is a good sign. There is no sound to the It is my hope that you find this information helpful. I have updated the report The year 2021 January 2, 2021. The performance of this product has continued to exceed expectations even after 10 months of use! The battery on my phone still holds a charge for between 3 to 5 days I play for around six hours, depending on what I do. In the long run, they are expected to last three years The charge time remains very good at only 2 1/2 - 3 hours. It takes 3 hours for the battery to recharge completely. Despite the fact they've been dropped a few times, such as intentionally, the sound quality remains clear without any degradation on charging. The signal remains as strong as ever without any latency that can be felt by the ear. It continues to be a winning combination for me. Please note These units were not gifted to me nor have I been paid by the seller or contacted by Amazon to review them. Having a loss of cables is terrible for a guitarist. I only wish to help other guitarists.
| Feb 28, 2021
Performance that is second to none
The wireless system that I am using has been excellent for a few weeks now, and I cannot speak highly enough of it. As an engineer I couldn't help but want to confirm the specs of this device. The latency at close distance (see picture) is just over 6 ms and the output on the receiver appears to be the opposite of what the transmitter input is. In order to put this delay in some kind of perspective, it refers to a timing error caused by the speed of sound when you are approximately seven feet There is no significance to this.
Even though the transmitter is capable of handling signals up to 2 volts peak to peak without clipping, I noticed another thing. We are talking about a huge deal here. It is possible to use active pickups that produce this much power at a lower pickup height and better yet, to use pickups with a lower output that can still produce enormous amounts of noise An amp has to be driven. In my experience, the battery life appears to be excellent. During the death of the transmitter, the receiver does not blink at all. This is
*5. The 8 GHz band is a special band. It is higher than the 2 GHz band. The WIFI band uses the 4 and 5 Ghz frequencies. The chances of interference are very small, so there are very few chances In this case, the only negative is that these higher frequencies have a bit of a problem passing through walls and people than the old fashioned wireless units in the 400 - 800 MHz range. This range of frequencies runs from 500 MHz to 600 MHz. Outdoor range tests haven't been conducted, but indoors I managed about 70 feet of penetration between 2 walls and a few appliances before the signal shut off. It was at that point that the latency of the sound through the air became It should be no problem for you to remain on stage, even if the stage is large. If you are using a high gain amp or pedal without a noise gate, there is an increase in noise (hiss) when using wireless instead of cable. Be aware when you stand close to your amp to hear the hiss and play a chord that you may cause severe ear pain! As an example, say a pickup with a single coil produces hum, but the hiss on it is much lower than say those from a 60 cycle For live playing, it's not bad at all. Recording cleanly and with moderate distortion is still possible, but if you want metal style gains, use a cable or noise gate instead. In terms of value, it represents a good deal at this price point.
| Apr 22, 2021
Quality and performance are unusually good for such a low price
The WS-J was reviewed when asked It was a little surprising to discover that the Lekato 50 wireless guitar system has a possible 6ms delay time and an overall poor build quality for a My assumptions have proven to be incorrect, so I'm happy to say that. It is a very solidly constructed product. As a result of its mechanical hinge points, you can easily attach the device to any guitar or amplifier and the device is robust enough not to be easily damaged. My cell phone has been traveling with me for two weeks, and I have experienced no interference from other devices, even when staying in hotels with extensive wifi, microwaves, remote controls, and wireless cameras. To practice when I stay in hotels, I bring headphones with me. When practicing, I was concerned that the 6ms delay would be very noticeable, but it has not been. As a performer, I have to admit that I am very pleased with these devices and would highly recommend them to anyone tired of stage clutter and restricted movement on stage. It is based on a Lekato WS-1000 The price of 50 is very good for a wireless guitar system, at least in my opinion.
| Dec 18, 2020