Sony Announces the New DWZ Series of Digital Wireless Technology

Featuring affordable 2.4 GHz technology, the DWZ Series wireless systems offer musicians solid-gold 24-bit linear PCM digital audio performance, robust transmission and easy channel selection.

New York, NY (January 16, 2012) – Sony has announced the new DWZ Series of digital wireless technology for musicians and performers.  Featuring affordable 2.4 GHz technology, the DWZ Series wireless systems offer musicians solid-gold 24-bit linear PCM digital audio performance, robust transmission and easy channel selection.

Sony has pre-assembled DWZ packages for guitar, vocals, presentation and speech.

The DWZ-B30GB Guitar Set is specifically designed for guitarists and bassists who wish to enjoy stellar audio and great freedom of movement during performances.

This DWZ Series 2.4 GHz digital wireless guitar set provides the convenience of untethered use with a wired level of audio performance. The package includes a bodypack transmitter along with a compact size receiver. Supplied accessories include a guitar cable, transmitter belt clip and AC adapter. The receiver includes 3 simultaneous audio outputs (1 x balanced XLR and 2 x unbalanced 1/4" phone). The receiver supports flexible powering options with AC adapter, 9V battery or use of a distributed 9V power system.

Highlights include:
· Ideal for use with both electric guitar and bass
· DWZ Series wireless provides 24 bit Linear PCM digital audio
· Package includes a ZTX-B01 bodypack transmitter and ZRX-C30 compact size receiver
· Receiver includes cable tone function

For more information:
www.sony.com

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