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Comments about Audio-Technica AT-GcW Guitar Input Cable for Wireless:
In general the wireless unit I got was great. The cable started breaking after a year to year and a half. Making a much more durable cable would be optimal. The 1/4" part was fine. It was the 4 din pin end and cable that broke. Purchasing a new cable not expensive but didn't expect to have to in such a shore amount of time…
Protect your cable-maybe tape it at ends if they have not made the cables more durable...
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Q:Hi Will this work with my ATW - T51? The original cable has developed a fault
A:To provide you with the best possible answer/support, please contact the Audio-Technica division for your world area:
Q:I have a DR-2000 Series DR-R22 Receiver wireless guitar transmitter and I need a new cable for the receiver, as it is broken-it cradles and cuts in and out. I am wondering if the AT-GcW guitar cable is compatible for my wireless unit that I bought a few years ago? Is this guitar cable part a universal part for receivers after a certain year?
Q:Is there a different setting when using wireless guitar cable?
A:Change the Audio Input Selector on the 3000 Series bodypack transmitter from MIC (microphone) to INST (instrument) to use the 1/4" guitar cable. To do this, power on the transmitter and tap the SET button briefly to enter the MENU mode. Tap the UP arrow button 3 times and you should see the word MIC appear in the display. To change the input selection to INST, tap the set button again to enter the EDIT mode. Tap either the UP or the DOWN arrow button once to change the selection to INST. Now PRESS and HOLD the SET button to store the setting in the transmitters memory. You will see the word STORED appear in the display to confirm the selection has been changed. Tap the DOWN arrow button twice and you should see the word QUIT appear in the display. Tap the SET button briefly to exit the menu and return your transmitter to normal operation.
Q:What is the correct wiring of the 4 pin connector to the 2 pin mono 1/4" plug?
A:Please contact Audio-Solutions.
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Yes the 4 pin Hirose connector is standard to both systems.