NUX C-5RC Wireless Guitar System offers low latency, low noise, low interference, and high bandwidth transmission with a small price tag. At 5.8GHz frequency it tends to work on a less crowded band compared to 2.4 GHz as that band is used by many devices. The 5.8GHz band will give fewer interferences from other devices when playing in venues or at home.
NUX Wireless Guitar System has a 30 meters / 100 feet line-of-sight wireless streaming distance (environment-dependent), and it delivers the signal between the transmitter and the receiver in less than 5 milliseconds.
Each pair of NUX C-5RC has a unique fast-matching system. Just hold the power button to turn ON both devices, plug the transmitter to your instrument, and the receiver to your amp (or pedal, audio interface and more). It’s ready to play!
Moreover, it has a useful MUTE function; just short click the transmitter’s POWER button when you want to stop playing for a short time.
Simple Plug & Play NUX Wireless Guitar System
Enhanced by the latest NUX technology innovation and upgraded algorithm, C-5RC fits perfectly with all types of Electric Guitars, Acoustic-electric Guitars, Bass Guitars and Ukuleles, no matter with active or passive, piezo or magnetic pickups.
It delivers remarkable 24-bit audio quality, simple’ plug in and play’ operation, super-low latency (<5 ms) and a solid signal for distances up to 30 meters / 100 feet in adequate conditions.
C-5RC also comes with a portable Power Case to keep the wireless units charged – ideal design for when you are on the road.
Long Lasting Battery & Power Case
NUX C-5RC works perfectly with active/passive electric guitar and bass, and acoustic-electric guitars with piezo or magnetic pickup. The signal is crystal clear.
The compact and light-weight design allows you to play comfortably on any guitar and bass body types, including acoustic guitars and ukuleles.
For gigging musicians, C-5RC Power Case is a perfect solution. This portable charge station provides up to 15 hours battery life and can charge the system for approximately 3 times.