Airsync Wireless XLR Transmitter & Receiver
Coda Airsync Wireless XLR Transmitter & Receiver promotional video
Airsync Wireless XLR Transmitter & Receiver
Airsync Wireless XLR Transmitter & Receiver
Airsync Wireless XLR Transmitter & Receiver
Airsync Wireless XLR Transmitter & Receiver
Coda Airsync Wireless XLR Transmitter & Receiver video review

Airsync Wireless XLR Transmitter & Receiver

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Convert any wired microphone or line device to a wireless powerhouse!
  • UHF technology for stable, interference-free sound across up to 16 units simultaneously
  • Crystal-Clear Audio Quality with less than 3ms of latency and a full 40Hz-20kHz frequency range
  • Rechargeable battery that lasts up to 8 hours
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Unleash unparalleled audio freedom with AirSync, the revolutionary wireless XLR system by Coda Music Technologies. Perfect for musicians, churches, events, and speakers, Airsync transforms any wired microphone or line device into a wireless powerhouse.

Ideal for professional and novice users alike, AirSync is your ticket to exceptional sound quality and flexibility in any setting. Step into the future of sound with AirSync – where performance meets reliability.

Order now and transform your live audio experience!

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Steve Samuelson
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Tried it with Shure SM58. Works great. Tried it with an astatic clip on that needed 48 v power. Worked great. Tried it with a cheap line level mic. Switched the transmitter to line and that worked great and the receiver was plugged into an XLR low Z input. Next time I get paid, I plan to order 2 more.

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Steve Samuelson
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Tried it with Shure SM58. Works great. Tried it with an astatic clip on that needed 48 v power. Worked great. Tried it with a cheap line level mic. Switched the transmitter to line and that worked great and the receiver was plugged into an XLR low Z input. Next time I get paid, I plan to order 2 more.