CAD Audio Introduces GXLD2 Digital Dual Channel Wireless Mic

CAD Audio has introduced the GXLD2 Digital Dual Channel wireless system, featuring advanced technology designed to provide failsafe reception and exceptional performance in today’s challenging RF environments.

CAD Audio said the GXLD2 system includes digital high definition audio for clear, articulate sound and operates in the 900MHz band free from TV and FCC regulatory issues.

Other useful features include a high contrast LCD display for easier readability in low light environments and advanced dipole antenna technology to increase usable operating distance. The receiver also includes professional balanced XLRM-type discrete outputs along with quarter-inch unbalanced outputs for easy connection to quarter-inch inputs.

The system is available in three configurations: GXLD2-HH Dual Handheld, GXLD2-HB Handheld and Bodypack and GXLD2-BB Dual Body Pack.

All GXLD2 transmitters are equipped with On/Off and Mute functions along with low battery indicators. The dual handheld transmitters feature the CADLive D38 capsule, while dual bodypack systems include a CAD condenser headworn microphone and a guitar cable.

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