AKG WMS 40 Pro Mini Review

AKG WMS 40 Pro Mini


In case you didn’t watch my video on opening the AKG WMS 40 Pro Mini up, here is the link to watch it. You should watch it before reading this review. AKG WMS 40 Pro Mini Grand Opening.

Below is a video and here is an overview of the features that this wireless system has:

  • Up to 30 hours playtime with one single AA battery
  • Plug and Play
  • Gain control on pocket transmitter
  • Compatible with all AKG MicroMics
  • Low battery indicator
  • Smallest and lightest bodypack transmitter in its class

The cord that goes from the transmitter to the instrument seems a little long for me, but you can use this unit for guitar, bass, keyboard, or any instrument that you can plug a 1/4″ male plug into. With that in mind, perhaps it isn’t too long for some other instruments. The cord is not a problem, I just thought I would use a shorter one for my own use.

This unit is also under the 700 mhz range so you DO NOT need any license to operate it. The higher mhz ranges need a special FCC license to operate them. Another plus is that this unit is already paired. All you have to do is plug it in and play!

Below is a video I made on this unit. You can see it in operation and here my comments. I hope it is helpful.


I found this to be easy to operate and in fact, I like this unit, and I plan on using it for a while. You can’t beat the price!

I Started out in 1976 trying out to sing in bands but no bands were interested in me. In 1977 I started playing guitar. The individual that was teaching me (who for now will remain anonymous) told me that I would NEVER learn how to play guitar because I had no sense of rhythm. I joined my first band in 1978 called "Dead Center" in Jacksonville, Florida. I played an Aspen guitar, black; a Les Paul copy and in 1981. I gave that guitar to the teacher who said I'd never learn to play. I wrote my first song in 1979 or '80. Over the years I have been in many bands but my passion has been songwriting. I have written well over 100 songs and though the early ones were kind of rough around the edges, I think that most of them could be dusted off and given a new facelift. Today I am still working on my songs. Currently I can play guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, harmonica, and Native American flute. The flutes that I play are ones that I made myself. My guitars are the Epiphone G-400 faded, an Ibanez RG370 DX, an Epiphone G 1275 double neck guitar. My acoustic guitars are an Alvarez 12 string and an old Kay guitar. My drum set is a Peace drum set. I do my recording on a Zoom HD16.
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