Samson's Concert 77 Series of wireless systems represents an incredible value. Offering a solution for any wireless demand - from guitar/bass systems to handheld microphones - the Concert 77 Series features the half-rack CR77 wireless receiver at its heart. As a True Diversity system, it constantly polls its receivers and locks into the strongest signal, so you don't have to worry about problematic drop outs. What's more, onboard squelch control eliminates carrier signal noise and interference with the your Samson Concert 77 Series wireless system.
Just plug the Concert 77 system's GC32 instrument cable into your guitar or bass, connect the CT7 bodypack transmitter, and you're ready to go wireless! This system is dead simple to operate and it's so light you might forget it's there.
The Concert 77 system employs the powerful and reliable CT7 UHF transmitter with a 1/4-wave antenna. Combined with the GC32, it provides the ideal solution for your active playing needs. The system is incredibly compact and comfortable to wear. Plus, it's simple to use, with an on/off switch and a level control.
The Concert 77 Series' CR77 wireless receiver gives you the dropout-free reassurance of a true diversity system. The CR77 constantly polls its two receivers and locks into the strongest signal. It's available with any one of six UHF frequencies. The CR77 is rugged, durable, and crystal clear, with an impressive range. It brings you sophisticated wireless technology at a great price. The entire line of Samson Concert 77 wireless systems deliver pro-quality UHF wireless that any group can afford!
Pro performance with guitar or bass
CT7 beltpack transmitter is reliable and easy to use
Dropout-free CR77 true diversity receiver
Channel N6 - TV Channel 43 - Frequency 645.750MHz
Quality wireless transmitter/receiver for outstanding onstage performance
Samson GC32 instrument connection cable
CT7 transmitter is powerful and reliable
CR77 receiver offers true diversity reliability
Squelch control eliminates carrier signal noise and RF interference