GBU Wireless System is the wireless system for guitar, bass and ukulele by Eko Guitars. Consisting of a compact, USB-rechargeable transmitter and receiver, it carries a signal with a frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHZ and a sample rate of 24bit 48kHz, with a latency of less than 5 milliseconds, over a distance of up to 30 metres. With the wireless GBU you can forget the cable and play freely on the move on stage.
GBU WIRELESS SYSTEM BY EKO GUITARS OVERVIEW
GBU Wireless System is the Eko Guitars Wireless System that allows you to play your guitar, bass or ukulele without the need for a cable, adapting perfectly to all situations. The GBU Wireless System consists of a Transmitter to connect to your instrument and a Receiver to connect to your amplifier or mixer. Thanks to low latency (within 5 milliseconds), a frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz and a sampling rate of 24bit 48kHz, you won't notice the sound difference compared to using a cable. What's more, the signal range can reach over 30 metres*, providing all the freedom you desire in your live concerts. Should interference occur due to other products operating on the same 5.8G frequency bands at the same time, you can freely choose between the 4 channels available from the GBU Wireless System The integrated lithium battery is rechargeable via USB.
GBU WIRELESS SYSTEM BY EKO GUITARS BULLET POINTS
- Perfect for Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Acoustic and Electric Bass Guitar, Ukulele - Latency less than 5 milliseconds;
- Frequency range 20Hz - 20kHz with 24bit 48kHz sample rate;
- Signal range over 30 metres*;
- 4 Channels available;
- Lithium battery rechargeable via USB.
GBU WIRELESS SYSTEM BY EKO GUITARS SPECIFICATIONS
RF power: 7dBm
THD + Noise: <0.05% (lK Hz@-l0dbFS)
Operating Range: 5.8G Hz ISM worldwide
Sampling Frequency: 24bit 48kHz digital transmission
Latency: <5 ms
Range: >30 metres (160 feet)*
Frequency Response: 20-20K Hz,+ldB/-3dB
Battery Life: 6 Hours
Recharge Time: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
* Actual range depends on RF environment, reflections, interference and absorption.