Mooer AP10 Air Plug Wireless System

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Digital Wireless System

  • For guitar, bass, and acoustic instruments with Piezo pickups
  • 4 Switchable channels allow parallel use of up to 4 systems
  • Integrated, rechargeable lithium battery
  • Range of up to 15 m
  • Less than 5 ms latency
  • Frequency range: 20 - 20,000 Hz
  • 2.4 GHz ISM band for worldwide use
  • 24 bit / 48 kHz A/D converter for uncompressed digital signal transmission
  • > 103 dB Dynamic range
  • < 0.05% Distortion (THD)
  • Up to 5 hours of battery life per charge
  • Power saving mode extends the battery life
  • On/Off switch
  • Channel switch
  • Status LEDs show selected channel and battery charge
  • Robust ABS housing
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 117 x 42 x 30 mm
  • Includes USB charging cable and transport bag
available since October 2020
Item number 502554
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Guitar Channels 1
Transmission Format Digital
Frequency 2400 MHz
Transmitter Type Guitarbug
Receiver Type Mobile
Mountable Antenna No
Charging System Yes
Internal Battery Yes
Usable Frequencies 4
Transmitter with Accu Yes
Output 6,3 mm Jack unbal.
Receiver Height in mm 30 mm
Rackkit No
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£66
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Information on the supported frequency ranges

Here you can see which frequencies are supported by this wireless system and the countries in which these frequencies are allowed in the future for wireless applications.

All information is without guarantee

28 Customer ratings

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Not suitable for stage
Stewart V. 21.03.2022
I previously owned 3 sets of Thomann's equivalent of the Mooer wifi system. They were nice when they worked but not reliable enough. I'd hoped that the Mooer would be better as it was more expensive. It wasn't. It developped a fault after just a month of studio use. My conclusion is that all these small inexpensive wireless systems are ok for studio use but you can't take them on stage with any confidence. I returned the Mooer for a refund and spent a lot more money on buying something which i hope will be a lot better
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Good wireless unit
Skurkur 23.08.2021
The "cordless" chord is perfect for stage playing, where you want the mobility and avoid tripping over your self. In the practice garage, however it kills the WiFi, annoying both the band members and surrounding neighbors. The ability to use different channels, keeps it simple for each band member to stay out of each others signal. Battery is surprisingly good.
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simple and efficient
dorklard 12.01.2021
Easy charging, no connection issues , saves getting tangled in wires
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Latence "< 5ms"? Ce serait pas plutôt "<50Ms"?
Franck983 24.01.2021
Pour jouer basse et guitare à la maison, pour les cours, enregistrer etc...

Sur le papier, ceux-ci avaient l'air plus intéressants que les XVive U2 (que je connais bien), à cause de la fonction d'économie d'énergie qui était assez alléchante! En effet j'oublie souvent d'éteindre les U2 et je les retrouve à plat... :-( (oui c'est ma faute je sais haha)

Malheureusement, et avec étonnement, j'ai rapidement constaté un décalage sensible entre mon jeu et le retour audio!

Me demandant si je ne me faisais pas des idées, j'ai revérifié en comparant les 3: câble direct / XVive / Air Plug, et aucun doute, la latence des Air plug est très audible et absolument au-delà de ce qui est supportable pour ne pas être perturbé pendant le jeu.

Alors qu'avec les U2, je ne sens pas du tout la latence... c'est vraiment pareil que si j'employais un câble.

Conclusion: soit j'ai eu un exemplaire défectueux de ces Mooer Air Plug, soit leur mention "moins de 5ms" c'est du pipeau. Ça ne m'étonnerait pas que ce soit plutôt de l'ordre de 50ms. Il auraient peut-être "oublié" un zéro? ;-)

A mon sens, intutilisable. Dommage.
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