AT-GRcW PRO

Professional Guitar Input Cable for Wireless

MSRP* US$48.00
Two-Year Limited End-User Warranty

*Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Actual selling price may vary; please check with an authorized Audio-Technica dealer.



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  • Overview

    Audio-Technica professional guitar input cables feature heavy-duty construction and state-of-the-art professional connectors for superior signal integrity and outstanding strain relief. Designed for the advanced musician or touring professional.

  • Features

    • Professional ¼” right-angle connector to locking 4-pin connector for use between instrument and A-T UniPak® body-pack wireless transmitter

    • Braided copper shield protects cable signal quality

    • Professional high-quality connectors ensure superior signal integrity and outstanding strain relief

    • Dual jacket design stands up to tough use

    • Extra flexibility for ease of use

    • Length: 36" (0.9 m)


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    • Q:

      Will the AT-GRcW Pro work as a replacement cable for the ATW-1501 transmitter?
      Asked on 10/5/2016 by BassFool from ATL, GA

      1 answer

    • Q:

      Do you make a line input adapter cable?

      I want to use two T-1801s to hop audio from a PSC M4 mixer to a camera(T-1820a) receiver. No line/mic switches. Is there a cable based option into the transmitters or must I add a transforming knuckle to achieve the 50db drop.
      Asked on 2/22/2015 by 1attaTyme

      1 answer

      • A:

        There is a high impedance (Instrument) input on the T1801 Transmitter. When you use an instrument cable, such as the AT-GcW Guitar Cable with it, the incoming signal is automatically routed to the Hi-Z side of the transmitter. In the menu, you do need the input set to INST as well. The Hi-Z side of the transmitter can take the line level output of a 1/4" jack. Use the audio input (dB) level adjustment, found in the menu of the transmitter, to obtain the best gain structure relationship between the transmitter and the receiver.

        Answered on 2/27/2015 by AudioSolutionsSpec1 from Stow,OH
    • Q:

      ATW-210

      Will this work with my ATW-T210? Do all Audio Technica wireless products use the same basic input interface?
      Asked on 4/13/2012 by eww3 from Oregon

      1 answer

      • A:

        Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this will work with all of our professional wireless systems. We use the 4 pin Hirose connector on all of these systems.

        Answered on 4/23/2012 by AudioSolutionsManager from Stow, OH
    • Q:

      AT-GRcWPRO guitar wireless cable

      I lost an insturstment pick up cable and wanting to know if this will work with transmitter that I have. It's an ATW-T51. The model of the receiver is ATW-R14

      Thank you
      Asked on 3/25/2012 by Curtis from Hawaii, USA

      1 answer

      • A:

        Thank you for your inquiry. This cable will work with that system. Please be advised that the FCC auctioned off the 700 MHz frequency spectrum to cell phone companies and has ruled that wireless microphones can no longer operate in that spectrum as of June 2010. Your system is in the 700 MHz spectrum and were affected by the auction. The FCC has also ruled that companies cannot sell or service any wireless microphones in the 700 MHz spectrum.

        I regret to say there is no "re-crystal" option for any of the discontinued 700 MHz A-T wireless. Our wireless are either crystal controlled (single frequency wireless) or frequency agile (phase locked loop multiple frequency capable wireless) designed to operate within a specific frequency spectrum. The RF spectrum capability of the wireless is determined by frequency specific components. Our crystal controlled wireless could be frequency changed within the band they were designed to operate in, but it is not possible to change either crystal controlled or frequency agile wireless out of the spectrum band they were designed to operate within.

        Answered on 3/27/2012 by AudioSolutionsManager from Stow, OH
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