Wireless MIDI
MIDIjet is a wireless MIDI adapter. It connects any two pieces of MIDI gear,
without the need for wire.

It is designed for live performances or any other situation where laying MIDI cables restrict performer mobility, are visually unpleasant, or awkward to connect.
Two adapters are included in every kit. As easy to use as standard cables, all that’s required is to connect an adapter at both ends of your gear – such as one adapter on a keyboard, the second on a sound module. Up to 64 MIDI connections can be made in the same environment using unique radio channels, selectable via switches. Powered by either 2 ‘AA’ batteries or a DC adapter, it is well suited to both live event and studio environments.
In live performance environments, MIDIjet liberates a stage floor of MIDI cable clutter. It is also ideal for connecting music equipment in home studios, where hiding cables can be aesthetically important in a multi-purpose room.


50-foot typical range

Kit includes all that’s required to connect two MIDI devices : two adapters, 2 ‘AA’ batteries, and DC power supply included in every box

Each MIDI Adapter powered by either DC power supply or 2 ‘AA’ batteries

Operate up to 64 adapter pairs at the same time

Low latency

20-hour battery life (using NiMH batteries)

Operates on 2.4 GHz license-free band

Gracefully handles signal drop out - no notes stuck on
Low Battery and Link display indicators

Measures cm. 6,6 x2,8 x 11,18
and weighs gr.186 with batteries

MIDIjet Connection example
In this set up, the MIDI OUT of Yamaha breath controller is connected to the MIDIjet transmitter (black). The MIDI data is sent, without cables, to the MIDIjet receiver (just like a cordless phone). The MIDIjet receiver is then connected to the MIDI IN of your synth or PC

Pair of MIDIjet Wireless MIDI Adapters

Organ Works
2800 John Street, Unit 4
Markham, Ontario
Canada L3R 0E2

telephone: 905-475-1275
toll free: 1-888-812-9717
fax: 905-475-2735

more info

advanced technologic sound magazine
2004 november issue 131

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