NUX B2, is a digital, wireless system designed for maximum compatibility for home or studio rehearsals. NUX B2 passed rigorous testing to achieve the highest signal stability and audio transmission quality hands-down. It’s gig-ready!
- 2.4 GHz interference-free signal frequency
- 48kHz – 32-bit audio quality
- 15 meter (50 feet) operation range (Up to 30 meters in open air)
- < 5 ms latency, no lag or signal loss
- Up to 20 hours battery life. Auto-sleep energy saver mode
- Guitar friendly, adjustable plug smart-design
- User-Friendy Freedom
- NUX B-2 works like a guitar cable but offers wireless freedom.
- Setting up the system is simple: choose your channel on the Transmitter & Receiver, and B-2 is ready to go.
The last thing a guitarist needs is signal interference. B-2 delivers 32-bit digital wireless sound quality and 48 kHz frequency response, so you’ll hear your guitar tone in all of its detailed glory. Because B-2 uses the latest digital wireless format, it operates in 2.4 GHz range, far beyond any radio or TV interference, and it’s more than capable of safely handling your audio signal wirelessly. And with a wide dynamic range of more than 110 dB, you’ll hear the full frequency range of your guitar or bass. NUX B-2 delivers your instrument signal to your equipment just like a high-quality cable.
Fast-Charging, Long-Lasting Battery
NUX B-2 is always ready to go. The Transmitter & Receiver both use built-in long-life batteries which can run for up to 20 hours (up to 6 hours of continuous playing time per charge). When you’re not playing, B-2 enters Sleep Mode to extend battery life up to 20 hours. And when it’s time to recharge simply connect the USB cable (included with package) to the transport-coupled Transmitter/ Receiver.
Guitar Friendly, Smart-Design
NUX B-2 guitar-friendly, Smart-Design Transmitter, means its jack has a swivel adjustment allowing you to duck the unit out of your playing field. Just plug in the 1/4” transmitter, and pair with the Receiver. The B-2 Transmitter works with all guitar types. It was designed to be compatible with the most popular guitars. You can configure the transmitter plug in two ways: facing downward to fit into recessed top mounted inputs like Stratocasters or facing other directions required for non-recessed inputs like the classic Les Paul style.