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Nady Intros New 16-Channel UHF Wireless System

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Tuesday September 20, 2005

Nady Systems has announced their new 16-channel UHF wireless microphone system, the WS-16U.

The WS-16U features 16 user selectable frequencies in the UHF 470-510 MHZ band. Other features include: 120 dB dynamic range; operating range of up to 500' line-of-sight; DigiTRU Diversity for maximum range and dropout protection; full LED indicators; 1/4" unbalanced and XLR balanced outputs; mute (squelch) adjust control; Tone Squelch for locking out potential interference; half-rack receiver design; metal transmitter housing; Nady DM-10D unidirectional neodymium dynamic cartridge; and convenient operation with 2 AA alkaline or NiMH batteries.

Choice of transmitters include the HT-16U handheld model and the BT-16U bodypack.

The WS-16U is now shipping.

For more information, visit their web site at

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