Solon, OH (September 24, 2012) – The new StagePass WX1200 wireless system from CAD Audio provides 16-channel frequency agile VHF operation for increased operating range and the flexibility to

Solon, OH (September 24, 2012) – The new StagePass WX1200 wireless system from CAD Audio provides 16-channel frequency agile VHF operation for increased operating range and the flexibility to scan, select and link to the optimum channel in any performance setting.

In addition to diversity operation that minimizes multipath interference, StagePass features CAD’s unique Scan-Link technology that instantaneously scans all of the channels in the RF environment, then selects the clearest one. The receiver then automatically looks for and links to the transmitter to lock in that channel.

The series systems are available as the WX1200 handheld, WX1210HW condenser hypercardioid headworn system, WX1210LAV cardioid condenser miniature lavalier system and WX1210GTR body pack guitar system.

StagePass WX1200 handheld (TX1200) and body pack (TX1210) transmitters have soft touch multi-function On-Off/Mute/Low Battery/ScanLink status switches with multi-color LED indicators. High quality alkaline double AA batteries provide more than ten hours of battery life for the transmitters.

The WX1200 receiver is housed in a metal chassis for durability and effectiveness as a formable RF enclosure with ¼” and XLR outputs for additional flexibility.

Pricing for StagePass wireless systems is $199 Street.

For more information:
www.cadaudio.com

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