System 10 Stompbox

Stompbox Digital Wireless System

MSRP* US$614.95   |  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

    $25 REBATE per system
    Rebate valid on eligible System 10 Wireless purchases made October 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014. Click here for more details.

    Audio-Technica’s System 10 Stompbox digital high-fidelity guitar wireless system combines the advanced 24-bit operation, easy setup and clear, natural sound quality of other System 10 configurations with unique functionality for guitarists, bassists and other instrumentalists. Operating in the 2.4 GHz range, far from TV and DTV interference, System 10 Stompbox offers a rugged, metal, pedal board-mountable receiver with foot switch, two switched TRS balanced 1/4" outputs and an output mode selector. With the tap of a foot, musicians can toggle between outputs (e.g., for switching amps) or mute and unmute one output without muting the other (e.g., for convenient tuning). And a single receiver can be paired with up to eight UniPak® body-pack transmitters, allowing users to easily switch between instruments without having to move a body-pack from one instrument to the next.

    System 10 wireless ensures clear communications by providing three levels of diversity assurance: frequency, time, and space. Frequency Diversity sends the signal on two dynamically allocated frequencies for interference-free communication. Time Diversity sends the signal in multiple time slots to maximize immunity to multipath interference. Finally, Space Diversity uses two antennas on each transmitter and receiver to maximize signal integrity.

    Each Stompbox system includes an ATW-R1500 Stompbox receiver, an ATW-T1001 UniPak body-pack transmitter with an AT-GcW guitar cable, and hook & loop strips for adding receiver to an effects pedal board. The ATW-R1500 is a digital receiver with sturdy, metal-body construction, easy-to-read digital ID and transmitter battery level displays, and AF Peak and Pair indicator lights.
  • Features


    • Digital 24-bit/48 kHz wireless operation for ultimate sound quality and dependable performance

    • 2.4 GHz range – completely free from TV interference

    • Three levels of diversity assurance: frequency, time, & space

    • Two switched TRS balanced 1/4" output jacks

    • Output mode selector and foot switch to toggle between outputs or mute/unmute Output A without muting Output B (e.g., for use with tuner)

    • Multi-pairing function to link a single receiver with up to eight body-pack transmitters

    • Transmitter battery level display on receiver

    • Automatic frequency selection for seamless, interference-free operation

    • Extremely easy operation with instantaneous channel selection, sync, and setup

    • State-of-the-art digital receiver housed in a strong, metal, stompbox-style body for reliable performance and pedal board mounting

    • Included hook & loop strips for adding receiver to effects pedal board

    • Universal (center + or -) 9v–12v DC input

  • Specifications

    OVERALL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
    Operating Frequencies 2.4 GHz ISM band
    Dynamic Range >109 dB (A-weighted), typical
    Total Harmonic Distortion <0.05% typical
    Operating Range 18.3 m (60') radius, 36.6 m (120') diameter typical
    Open range environment with no interfering signals
    Operating Temperature Range 0° C to +40° C (32° F to 104° F)
    Battery performance may be reduced at very low temperatures
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    Depending on microphone type
    RECEIVER SPECIFICATIONS
    Receiving System Diversity (frequency/time/space)
    Maximum Output Level 1/4" (6.3 mm), TRS balanced: +12 dBV
    Power Supply 100-240V AC (50/60 Hz) to 12V DC .5A (center positive) switched mode external power supply
    Dimensions 101 mm (3.98") W x 44 mm (1.73") H x 130 mm (5.12") D
    Net Weight 565 grams (19.9 oz)
    Accessories Included Power supply, hook & loop fastener x2
    BODY-PACK TRANSMITTER SPECIFICATIONS
    RF Power Output10 mW
    Spurious EmissionsFollowing federal and national regulations
    Input ConnectionsFour-pin Locking Connector
    Pin 1: GND
    Pin 2: INST INPUT
    Pin 3: MIC INPUT
    Pin 4: DC BIAS +9V
    BatteriesTwo 1.5V AA
    not included
    Battery Life>7 hours (alkaline)
    Depending on battery type and use pattern
    Dimensions70.2 mm (2.76") W x 107.0 mm (4.21") H x 24.9 mm (0.98") D
    Net Weight100 grams (3.5 oz)
    without batteries
    Accessory IncludedAT-GcW Guitar Input Cable



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  • Downloads

    System 10 Stompbox Digital Wireless System Manual (pdf 494.31 KB)
    Wireless Mics & Cables Wireless System Accessories Using Wireless
  • Reviews

    System 10 Stompbox Stompbox Digital Wireless System 3.5 5 2 2
    Great System, Drop dead quiet. I play guitars full time in a worship band. Our radio environment is very saturated with 11 UHF wireless mic systems, as well as 6 UHF IEM in use. The church also has a 2.4GHz access point in the worship space. After doing some research, I ordered a System 10 / Stomp box. Having the receiver so close to my pedal board setup made it mad easy. And with the constant frequency scan, I know its just going to work. Thanks AT. Dennis from ICT August 1, 2014
    Receiver Needs Battery Guitarists who busk need true stompbox flexibility. Guitarists on tour need flexibility and redundancy. The receiver MUST take a 9v, or it's just not a pro device. It's a well established Industry standard. For now, at least include a battery pack accessory. In V2, internal 9V option. Thanks! March 25, 2014
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    This is to run an electric guitar with a piezo pickup, the electric to an amp and the piezo straight to the board. And if this can be done, is it possible to run both outputs simultaneously? Thanks!
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    If you would like to use multiple transmitters with one receiver for the System 10 Stompbox, up to 8 transmitters can be paired with a single receiver, provided that each transmitter has a different System ID. However, only one transmitter can turned On at a time; all other transmitters must be turned OFF when not in use.

    If you have any further questions or need further clarification, please contact the Audio-Technica Audio Solutions Team.

    audio-solutions@atus.com

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    What's the input impedance?

    I intend to use this with a high impedance (~5Mohm) pickup on an electric violin.
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    Thank you for your inquiry. Sorry to take so long answering you, but I had to consult with engineers in Japan. The input is 1 meg. Are you sure about the output of the pickup? I don't think I've ever seen one that high. Most guitars have high impedance outputs (6K to 10K). Generally you want the input impedance to be at least 10 X that of your source.
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