Neotech 7901114 Wireless Pouch, Black, Small

June 6, 2017 - Comment

The neoprene Wireless Pouch™ offers a safe and convenient way to carry your wireless transmitter. It attaches quickly and securely to most straps using touch fasteners which wrap around your strap. This attachment system also incorporates elastic grippers which keep the pouch firmly in place. Openings in the pouch accommodate cord and antenna configurations of

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The neoprene Wireless Pouch™ offers a safe and convenient way to carry your wireless transmitter. It attaches quickly and securely to most straps using touch fasteners which wrap around your strap. This attachment system also incorporates elastic grippers which keep the pouch firmly in place. Openings in the pouch accommodate cord and antenna configurations of most transmitters. Protecting your gear from dust, moisture and impact is made easy with the Wireless Pouch™. Give it a try!

The Wireless Pouch™ is available in the following sizes:Small: 3.5″ x 2.5″ x .8″ (8,6cm x 6,4cm x 2cm) Medium: 4″ x 2.5″ x .8″ (10,2cm x 6,4cm x 2cm)For even more versatility, see our Wireless Pouch™ Adaptor Kit (sold separately) for using the Wireless Pouch™ with a variety of strap/belt sizes, or for concealing the transmitter on the body for use in theatre or film.

Product Features

  • Attaches easily and securely.
  • Conforms snugly to the transmitter to protect it from impact, dust and moisture.
  • Keeps your transmitter readily available and close to your instrument at all times.
  • Available in two sizes: Small 3.5″ X 2.5″ X 0.8″ (8.6cm X 6.4cm X 2cm) and Medium 4.0″ X 2.5″ X 0.8″ (10.2cm X 6.4cm X 2cm).

Comments

CL-Live says:

Perfect fit for Shure GLXD16 wireless guitar transmitter

Molly Hayes says:

Medium size perfect for Line 6 Relay G30 with angled cable The Line 6 G30 has the input on one end and the on/off switch on the other end. Other reviewers complain about how they have to take their wireless all the way out to turn it on and off. What I didn’t realize until I received it was that there are holes on both corners on the “closed” end of the pouch. Get yourself a RIGHT ANGLED CABLE and feed it through one of those bottom corner holes and insert your wireless, input end first. Now your on/off switch and battery meter are easily accessible on…

Bryan M. Munley says:

Great for holding your wireless pack to your strap

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