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Need replacement bug reciever is sr40s 751.550Mhz can i get from you


I have UHF SR 40 i look for transmitter GB 40 or if i don't find, i can selt it...

Aug 31, 2012 | AKG GB40 Guitar Bug UHF Flexx Transmitter

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Where can I get lowest price on one of these


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Aug 16, 2011 | AKG GB40 Guitar Bug UHF Flexx Transmitter

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My passport 250 goes into protect mode on occasion. The other night at a gig it would clip into protect as soon as I sent a signal from the mic or guitar. It works fine at home. Is the unit sensitive to...


These seem to be tempermental. I would look for radio frequency interference from nearby transmitter leaking into your guitar cable or mic cable that puts this on the ragged edge of feedback. DO NOT boost highs with the EQ... You can get supersonic feedback that you can't hear, but puts the amp into limiting. Any audio input can start the feedback. These amps are VERY hard to work on due to the packaging. A lot of people have smoked their units and then require repairing.

May 24, 2011 | Fender Pd250 Passport Deluxe 250watt...

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I OWN A PAIR OF GB40 GUITAR BUGS BOTH BROKE FROM BEING OVER FLEXED ON MY STRAT. MY QUESTION IS CAN THEY BE FIXED AND ARE THERE PARTS AVAILABLE.


To determine if either or both can be restored to a useable state, you would need to send them to me for evaluation.

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Apr 30, 2011 | AKG GB40 Guitar Bug UHF Flexx Transmitter

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Heavy radio interference when the amp is in use. It's worse at night. I'm using a Taylor 816 acoustic electric guitar with Taylor's balanced quarter inch to XLR cable into my Loud box Performer. Nothing...


Well, the first thing is to find if it is the amp or the guitar. Plug in a guitar cable WITHOUT being in the guitar... is the interference there? If not, the pickup of the interference is in the guitar electronics. In either case, bypass caps need to be instaalled in the offending unit near the input to bypass the interference to ground. You will need to seek someone familiar with electronics to fix this. There is a chance that the only cure will be to distance yourself from the radio transmitter. The transmitter has to be an AM radio type as FM would not generate audio in your system.

Apr 21, 2011 | Fishman Loudbox Performer Amp Acoustic

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All it does is hiss.. sounds like a ground problem cant tell


Make sure the transmitte and receiver are on same channel. Often people get systems that are mis-matched and cannot work together. Also, use ONLY alkaline batteries in the transmitter... rechargeables quickly fail. The hiss is typical of electronics when no signal is present.

Mar 06, 2011 | Samson Concert 77 Wireless Guitar System

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My Samson Airline UHF wireless kit is not working. I have all new batteries, cables and all the lights are on, except on the AG1 transmitter. When I turn it on, the light comes on, pops and then goes off


Make sure you are using ALKALINE batteries... rechargeables have lower voltage that does not work with a lot of these devices... Often the batteries are marked with the voltage they are intended to replace rather than their actual voltage. NiCad batteries only produce 1.25 volts and that is under what is required. The device will come on and immediately go off.

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I have a Marshall guitar amplifier model MG50DFX, and with the volume and gain controls up all the way,there is very little volume.Is it the audio output IC?


I have the same problem. It would appear that this particular series of Marshall amps have a "bug" in them. There are at least 10 other MG50DFX owners, some here at Fixya, others at Harmony Central that have the same problem. Check out the other replies to this problem here at Fixya. I'm gonna try spraying the jacks and pots with a good cleaner. Then, I'm gonna try inserting a patch cable between the FX in and out. This seems to produce sound according to the other replies here at Fixya. Although this may not fix your amp, or mine, for that matter...I'm gonna try everything I can before I have to send it off for repairs.

Oct 11, 2009 | Marshall Mg50dfx 50-Watt Combo Guitar...

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Crate amp blew a house fuse and stopped working. pilot light still works and I can get a distorted signal through the headphones if I play a guitar very loudly through it.


When a piece of equipment causes a fuse to blow or a breaker to trip, it normally means something in the equipment's circuit was shorted. Either because of heat, moisture, a loose screw, loose wire, loose part, a bug, etc. For safety reasons, don't plug it back in and take it to a repair shop.

Hope this helps!

Jun 04, 2009 | Crate Music

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