Audio-Technica Extends Trade-In Rebate Program for 600 MHz Wireless Systems Through September 30, 2020

Audio-Technica understands that many did not have access to their now illegal wireless systems due to the pandemic and has extended this trade-in through September 30, 2020 to help you make the switch. For each 600 MHz wireless system you trade in (regardless of manufacturer) you’ll receive a rebate on an eligible Audio-Technica wireless system.

Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology for over 50 years, has extended its existing trade-in program for 600 MHz wireless systems through September 30, 2020. This initiative was designed to help end users transition out of illegal wireless systems operating in the 600 MHz band (614 to 698 MHz), mandated by law as a result of the ongoing FCC wireless spectrum reallocation.
The official cut-off date for any wireless system operating in the auctioned portion of the 600 MHz spectrum is July 13, 2020, including any device capable of tuning into that spectrum even if not being used.
Gary Boss, Audio-Technica Marketing Director, Professional Markets, remarks, “We understand that many customers have been unable to access their 600 MHz systems during the lockdown caused by the global pandemic. We decided to extend our rebate for these customers with 600 MHz systems that have been rendered illegal during this crisis.”

Eligible systems:

  • 2000 Series (single channel): $50 trade-in rebate
  • 3000 Series (4th Generation) (single channel) and 3000 Series Network Enabled (newly introduced; now shipping): $75 trade-in rebate
  • 5000 Series (3rd Generation) (dual channel receiver): $500 trade-in rebate
  • System 10 Stack-Mount (single channel): $50 trade-in rebate
  • System 10 Camera-Mount (single channel): $75 trade-in rebate
  • System 10 PRO Rack-Mount (single channel): $75 trade-in rebate
  • System 10 PRO Rack-Mount (dual channel): $150 trade-in rebate

For complete terms and conditions, please visit Audio-Technicas website. If you have any questions about the 600 MHz transition, please visit our 600 MHz Wireless FAQ’s page.