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E-MU PIPEline Wireless Transmitter/Receiver System

E-MU PIPEline Wireless Transmitter/Receiver System

The E-MU PIPEline wireless transmitter/receiver system from E-MU Systems frees you from the tyranny of audio cables without sacrificing audio quality. The PIPEline can be used as a wireless transceiver for your guitar or keyboard, or as the basis of a wireless In-Ear monitoring system for your band. Because latency is so critical in music performance, PIPEline has a minimal delay of only 5.5ms so it won’t interfere with the feel of your music.

With PIPEline connected to your instrument, you’ll be able to move freely in a 15 meter range from the receiver. If your other band mates want to join the wireless revolution, they can, because PIPEline has three independent stereo channels. Each instrument stays completely independent with zero crosstalk.

Have you always wanted an In-Ear monitoring system, but couldn’t justify the high price? PIPEline is the perfect solution for low-cost In-Ear monitoring. Because PIPEline has three channels, you can have three separate stereo monitor mixes, or one transmitter can send a group mix to multiple receivers.

PIPEline’s Audio quality is superb with no-compression and a 48kHz sample rate (better than CD). Encryption key handshaking between transmitter and receiver eliminates the possibility of picking up other wireless sources.

Because PIPEline works with ANY audio device, you can wirelessly connect any of your other audio gear. For example, you could connect your iPod/Mp3 player (or computer) to your stereo system, or put remote speakers in another room of your house WITHOUT the hassle of routing speaker wires.

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