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Guitar Input Cable for Wireless

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  • Overview

    Audio-Technica guitar input cables feature quality construction and state-of-the-art professional connectors for affordable & reliable performance.

  • Features

    • right-angle connector to locking 4-pin connector for use between instrument and Audio-Technica cW-style body-pack transmitter

    • Length: 36" (0.9 m)

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  • Q & A

    is it compatible with atw-t310


    Thanks for your inquiry. Yes, the AT-GRcW is compatible with ATW-T3110.

    Is this compatible with the ATW-T1001 model?


    Thank you for your inquiry. Yes the AT-GRcW will plug into your T1001 Unipak Transmitter.


    Is this cable available in a shorter length? (12 to 14")

    Ed T

    Thank you for your inquiry. No, it is not.


    Is this cable compatible with my atw-t27 transmitter Is this cable compatible with my atw-t27 transmitter


    Yes it is compatible. The cable will have a 4-pin female connector on it that will mate with the 4-pin male connector on the T27 Transmitter. If this is the first time an instrument (instead of a microphone) is being used with the transmitter, make certain you adjust the input level by turning the GT control located in the battery compartment just above the battery. Monitor the AF Level or AF Peak indicator on the receiver to make certain the instrument/transmitter signal is not overdriving the receiver.


    What is the pin wiring for the locking connector on AT-GRcW


    Thank you for your inquiry. Pin 1 is ground and connects to ring, Pin 2 is hi-Z audio and connect to tip. Pins 3 and 4 are open.


    Does the AT-GCrW work with acoustic guitars? I have 2 AT-GCrw cords and cant make either of them work with my new ATW-310b. I know the body pack is ok I tested it with a countryman mic. But anytime I plug in the guitar cord to the guitar it give me no signal to the reciever


    Thank you for your inquiry. You will need to configure the transmitter to be used with an instrument. Scroll through the menu options of the transmitter. It is currently set to mic. Following the instructions in your manual change it to instrument.


    Can the guitar wireless cable be adapted down to a stereo 1/8 inch plug so as to play sound from a computer headphone port? I would like to use my ATW-T701 transmitter to amplify sound while I am playing videos from my computer in my classroom. I already use the transmitter to amplify my voice.


    Thank you for your inquiry. Yes it can, but remember the output from your computer is stereo, so you may need to sum both left and right output with the proper adapter.