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TELEPORT GLR is the receiver component of the TELEPORT High-Performance Active Guitar Signal Long Cable Run System. Engineered to convert your GLT transmitter's balanced low-impedance (Lo-Z) signal back to non-balanced (Hi-Z), GLR is effective for distances up to 300 feet (100 meters) with absolutely zero signal loss – making it the ideal solution for long cable runs in performance venues and recording studios.
Long Distance Workaround
A large stage often presents a challenge when it comes to getting your guitar signal to your
amplifier, and running a long unbalanced 1/4" guitar cable can quickly suck the life out of your
precious tone. Plus, those long guitar cables are extremely susceptible to electrical noise and radio-frequency interference (RFI), not to mention signal loss. TELEPORT allows you to use standard balanced Lo-Z mic cables to eliminate all of the above, so you never lose a drop of tone.
You've worked hard to achieve your signature sound – and TELEPORT’s high headroom design
respects that! Whether you’re connected to a cranked stack in an off-stage isolation booth, or in the studio, you get your guitar’s true, noise-free tone – which can even be fed to pedalboards, amps and wireless systems.
Ease of Use
The entire TELEPORT system takes mere minutes to set up and is so easy to use, no matter the size of the venue or studio. Just connect GLT (transmitter) and GLR (receiver) using a balanced XLR microphone cable, hook your guitar up to the GLT, plug the GLR’s output into your amp’s input, and TELEPORT instantly buffers, balances and matches impedance all by itself. TELEPORT is even fully transformer isolated for electrical separation and ultra-low noise, with low harmonic and phase distortion.
Built to Last
Housed in a sturdy aluminum casing with silicone rubber corners and a high quality Neutrik* XLR connector, TELEPORT is built like a tank. Both practical and rugged in a compact design, TELEPORT delivers all of your tone all of the time.