U-1100 Replacement Bodypack Transmitter


  • Compatible with Nady U-1100 and U-2100 wireless systems
  • Manually selectable channel with Up/Down recessed buttons or automatically, using the ASC feature. LCD display (with back lighting) indicates Channel and Frequency Selected, Battery Level status
  • Sliding Off/ Mute/On power switch with mute on/off LED allows convenient audio muting with the transmitter on
  • Convenient, economical operation with two AA alkaline or NiMH batteries. Compact housing, metal belt clip, durable external attached antenna.
  • IC guitar cable included


Replacement /extra Wireless Transmitter for Nady U-1100 or U-2100 systems (Make sure to order the right band!)

Do I need Band A or Band B?
The U-1100 and U-2100 systems operate in the UHF range using one or two banks of 100 channels:
Band A: 480-504.75 MHz or Band B: 505-529.75 MHz
A band A transmitter can only work with a band A receiver (either a U-1100 Band A receiver or channel#1 of any U-2100 receiver)
A band B transmitter can only work with a band B receiver (either a U-1100 Band B receiver or channel#2 of any U-2100 receiver)

Here is how to determine the operating band of a system component:

A U-1100 receiver can either be Band A or Band B. To find out which band your receiver is operating on, look at the label at the bottom of the receiver. A U-2100 dual channel receiver is always Band A on channel 1 and band B on channel 2, so there is only one kind of receiver. Choose a Band A transmitter (handheld microphone or bodypack) to pair with Channel 1 of the U-2100 receiver and Band B to pair with Channel 2 of the U-2100 receiver

Microphone Transmitter: Unscrew the battery cap to uncover a silver sticker with the letter A or B indicating which band it operates on.
Bodypack Transmitter (LT or GT): Open the battery compartment and look for the letter “A” or “B”

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 4.5 × 2.5 × .5 in
Input Type

GT-1100 with IC-U2 Instrument Cable, LT-1100 with LM-14-O and HM-3 microphones

Band Selection

Band A 480.00-504.75 MHz, Band B 505.00-529.75 MHz