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Boss Launches WL-30XLR Wireless System

While best known for its guitar pedals, Boss has introduced its new WL-30XLR Wireless System for XLR dynamic microphones.

Boss WL-30XLR Wireless System
Boss WL-30XLR Wireless System

Los Angeles, CA (February 3, 2021)—While typically best known for its long-running range of guitar and bass effect pedals, Boss has introduced its new WL-30XLR Wireless System for XLR dynamic microphones.

The entry level system is intended to simplify the adoption of wireless mics for non-technical users such as singers, speakers, DJs, MCs, video producers and others.

The WL-30XLR system consists of a streamlined transmitter that connects to nearly any standard XLR dynamic mic, and a compact receiver that plugs into an XLR mic input on a mixer, stage amp, or other audio destination. The system’s processing reportedly provides ultra-low latency, plus strong line-of-sight transmission up to 230 feet/70 meters.

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The WL-30XLR’s receiver and transmitter each use a single AA alkaline battery, which provides up to 11 hours runtime to cover multiple gigs and rehearsals.

Wireless set up with the WL-30XLR is simple. First, the user presses a button on the receiver to automatically scan 14 channels and find the best one for their environment. Next, they confirm the setting on the transmitter, and they’re ready to go.

The Boss WL-30XLR Wireless System is available now for $299.99.

Boss • www.boss.info

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