Audio-Technica System 10 Digital Wireless - Guitar Stompbox Pedal

System 10 Digital Wireless System with Guitar Transmitter and Stompbox Receiver Pedal
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Audio-Technica System 10 Digital Wireless - Guitar Stompbox Pedal
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A Stompbox-sized Digital Wireless System for Your Pedalboard!

Add a high-quality wireless unit to your pedalboard with the Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox wireless guitar unit. The System 10 Stompbox's pedal-sized receiver fits easily onto your pedalboard eliminating the hassle of trying to find a place to set it up. The convenient footswitch lets you mute/unmute the signal or switch between the two TRS 1/4" outputs. This hi-fi digital wireless system operates with advanced 24-bit operation in the 2.4GHz range. It offers true-diversity operation, easy setup, automatic frequency scanning with interference-free performance, and all the advantages of a high-quality, professional wireless system in a compact, pedalboard-friendly size. Call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer for more information about the Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox wireless guitar unit.

Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox ATW-1501 Wireless Guitar Unit at a Glance:
  • Dual output lets you choose your signal flow
  • Automatic setup makes this unit easy to use
  • Top-quality components and construction
Dual output lets you choose your signal flow

Audio-Technica gave the System 10 Stompbox wireless unit dual outputs for added flexibility when putting it in your signal chain. You can set up one output to feed your pedalboard and amp and the other as a muted tuning output. Or set it up to feed two totally different amplifiers or pedalboards. The unit's footswitch lets you switch between each output quickly and easily. Take it from the guitar experts at Sweetwater - the Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox wireless guitar unit was designed with guitar player in mind.

Automatic setup makes this unit easy to use

When switched on, Audio-Technica's System 10 Stompbox wireless guitar unit automatically determines and sets the best available frequency (open channel). This is particularly useful when employing multiple wireless systems, thereby avoiding interference and intermodulation. When there is a need to utilize multiple wireless systems simultaneously, up to eight channels/units may be used together without any frequency coordination problems or group selection issues. The System 10 Stompbox does all the hard work so all you have to do it play.

Top-quality components and construction

When you need worry-free wireless performance, then you need Audio-Technica. They equip their wireless systems, such as the System 10 Stompbox, with premium components plus all the features live performers need to sound their best. Perfect for all kinds of stage and worship environments, Audio-Technica wireless products are built to give you clear, clean, dependable performance. Whether you're working with an installed system or taking your rig on the road, you can't go wrong with Audio-Technica products.

Audio-Technica System 10 Stompbox ATW-1501 Wireless Guitar Unit Features:
  • Affordable digital wireless guitar unit with a stompbox-styled receiver
  • Footswitch lets you switch between output modes and muting
  • Clear sound quality and rock-solid, dependable performance
  • Advanced 24-bit operation in the 2.4GHz range
  • Automatic frequency scanning finds an open channel at the touch of a button
  • Pair up to 8 transmitters to a single receiver
  • True-diversity operation selects the better signal from the 2 receiver sections, reducing dropouts
  • Balanced TRS 1/4" output jacks enable use with a wide variety of audio gear
Take the stage with Audio-Technica's System 10 Stompbox wireless guitar unit!

Worry-free Wireless!

We wanted you to know that all of the wireless systems you see here — and all of the wireless systems available at Sweetwater — are 100% compliant with the Federal Communication Commission's new rules governing wireless systems. You can be confident that these systems will work safely and within the permitted frequency/power ranges, just as they are. However, please be aware that by choosing to use systems that operate in the 700MHz range or by modifying a new wireless system you receive from us, you may cause your system to operate outside the FCC's new guidelines. If that's the case, you may need a license to operate the unit. To find out more, visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at or give them a call at (888) CALL-FCC.

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Tech Specs

System: Simultaneous Channels Multi-pairing function, link up to 8 transmitters to single receiver (with latest firmware)
System: Analog/Digital Digital
System: Frequency Range 2.4 GHz
System: Operating Range 60 ft. Line-of-sight
System: Frequency Response 20Hz-20kHz
Instrument Cable: Connector 1 1/4"
Instrument Cable: Connector 2 Hirose 4-pin
Transmitter: Form Factor Bodypack
Transmitter: Battery Type 2 x AA
Transmitter: Battery Life 7 hours
Transmitter: Connector Hirose 4-pin
Transmitter: Dimensions 2.76" x 4.21" x 0.98"
Transmitter: Weight 0.22 lbs.
Receiver: Signal/Noise Ratio 109dB (A-weighted)
Receiver: Type Pedal
Receiver: Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Receiver: Dimensions 3.98" x 1.73" x 5.12"
Receiver: Weight 1.24 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number ATW-1501

Customer Reviews

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I searched high and low for a wireless guitar system that was worthy not only in the studio but when I am ready to perform my first gig. The System 10 is amazing. Absolutely no latency, clear sounding and works great with my Boss ME-80 stompbox system. Another great plus is the receiver's long lasting battery life. I always buy rechargeable batteries. The System 10 makes them last. On average, I've recharged my batteries once in two-weeks. I practice everyday. This is my passion but along with this passion of guitar I have a need for great equipment that I can take along my musical journey. If you are serious as I am about learning guitar theory and your gear, do these two things; Get Audio-Technica's System 10 and secondly, get it right here at Sweetwater. Jared is my sales representative and he immediately called me about my purchase as he has done in the past. He is crazy amazing with knowledge in music and all things both large and small that make a difference in a budding musician's life. I have never been treated with such great respect as a customer but most of all, Jared is genuine. He knows his stuff. No doubt! Great customer service from my man Jared and a great wireless guitar system from Audio-Technica. There is one thing however, my hunger for a pair of wireless headphones to go along with this unit is still not fulfilled. If I know Jared and the guys, they'll come up with something. Sweetwater and all you music-heads, rock on! Peace
Music background: Learning music theory

Great Deal - Sweetwater is Awesome!

This is a two-part review. The first is for this wireless unit, which is excellent, especially when it's on sale like it is now. I believe the specs say 100 feet within line of sight and, for me at least, it far exceeds that. I of course wouldn't actually play that far away from my pedalboard, but I just wanted to test its limits. I am using it for an acoustic, where as you may guess sound purity is paramount. To my ear, I can't distinguish a difference between using this wireless unit and plugging directly into a pre-amp/DI box. If you are on the fence about buying this, just do it. It is a tough, affordable wireless unit that outperforms its price point, especially with the sale going on until the end of 2016. The second part of my review is for Sweetwater and its staff. I have long visited this site in search of gear and often watch Sweetwater videos either here or on YouTube for reviews, ideas, and tips. Mitch Gallagher's videos are some of my favorites. Anyway, I ordered this wireless unit on a whim while Black Friday shopping online, and when I placed the order it was not in stock but was expected within a week or so. I took note and decided to wait because it was a great deal and I was in no hurry. The following Monday I received a phone call from Sweetwater - I believe it was Andrew - checking to see if I knew the product was not currently in stock and if that was ok for my timeline. I did - the site said so before I placed the order, as well as the order confirmation email I received - but Sweetwater staff went out of their way to make sure I was aware and taken care of. He also asked how I learned about Sweetwater and what I did, and even asked what church I work at when he learned I am a Worship Leader. It was all just a personal touch that just doesn't typically exist in the world of online shopping. Also, have you ever noticed when shopping for guitars here that they take pictures of the ACTUAL guitars in stock list the serial numbers? Try finding that kind of service at some of the other big name online music retailers that I will not mention here. Sorry for the long-winded review. I am just pleasantly surprised by a great product and an even better company. Thanks Sweetwater!
Music background: Country/Classic Rock/Gospel/Christian

Love it!

Bought this unit after trying (and returning) one of the Line 6 G30s. After going through my first set of batteries - which lasted an estimated 6-8 hours (sorry wasn't keeping an accurate record) - I have to say this is a far superior system to the Line 6 IMO. In playing all over my 2 story house this unit has never dropped out (unlike the G30 with which I was able to find several "dead zones", and the transmitter actually quit working 3 times in a few hours of testing). The sound with the A-T is excellent; although in A-B testing with the wireless and straight cable I did notice the wireless was noticeably brighter than the cable, even though I used the same cable for both wireless and direct. This is a well known phenomenon (and the reason Line 6 adds a 'cable simulator' to their systems), but something remedied with a bit of EQing. The only other thing I've noticed so far is that the battery warning light doesn't give you a lot of warning - when I turned it on today the battery meter was showing full, and the next time I looked (maybe an hour later) the light on the receiver was flashing (as was the one on the transmitter when I looked at it). I decided to see how much time I had after the light started flashing, and got my answer about 2 minuted later when the transmitter quit (although to be fair, I don't know how long it had been flashing before I noticed). One other thing I would point out - ignoring the instructions I had placed the receiver within about 4' of my wi-fi router. Regardless of this the unit never missed a beat. I did notice though that if I got my cell phone too close to the transmitter (2'-3') it would cause some static; so I will make sure not to have my phone on my person when performing. But then, they do tell you this in the manual :) All in all, I am very impressed with the A-T system, and can't wait to try it on stage.
Music background: 30+ years playing guitar, bass, keys

So far so good

One gig and no complaints. Many practices no complaints. The dual channel out and multi channel inputs make for easy acoustic and electric guitar changes during sets. Using channel A for stratocaster channel B for acoustic. Had to buy separate transmitter. Makes for a expensive set up even before pedals but well worth it. Well built, easy to use. Recommend rechargeable AA batteries (8 pack). Seems two batteries per pack just do make a 4 hr set per charge.
Music background: semi professional

Best Wireless Yet

I have been doing sound and performing for thirty years. I have used almost every variation on wireless tech that has come out during that time and always been left disappointed with signal quality, setup time, and just overall functionality. I bought one of these units on a whim just to try the new digital wireless and see if it still had all the same old issues. I was amazed. This thing right out of the box is stupidly simple to setup. You just turn it on and it basically does the rest. The signal quality is amazing, no static, no delay, no dropping. It sounds better than a good cable. Battery life is better than most and the unit is built like a tank! The only potential down sides could be (I haven't personally had these issues yet) range and the number of units you can run concurrently. If you are running a lot of units at once and have the receivers far away then you may not be happy but for your average venue and band I don't think you can beat this unit. Not to mention the price is a quarter of what a decent wireless unit used to cost.
Music background: Professional musician and sound engineer
See also: Guitar Wireless, Audio-Technica, Audio-Technica Guitar Wireless System, Audio-Technica Guitar Wireless Systems