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Line 6 X2 XDR95 Digital Wireless Instrument System

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Wired tone, wireless freedom, rackmount convenience.

The X2 XDR95 digital wireless system by Line 6 is a breakthrough in wireless sound and performance that's compliant with the FCC's 2009 wireless standards. Features wired sound and performance with extended frequency response, operating range, and a high level of interference protection. For added versatility, it provides both an instrument input for guitar/bass as well as a microphone input.

Featuring an extended range of 300'”the length of an entire football field”X2 XDR95 provides at maximum range the same blazing signal and brilliant, uncompressed tone that it provides at the source. Analog wireless systems, notorious for rolling-off low end, force players, especially bass players, to sacrifice tone for wireless functionality. With X2 XDR95, players can easily interact with the crowd at the foot of the stage without any loss in sound quality.

Extremely versatile, X2 XDR95 simplifies the recording process. The extended frequency response, 10Hz-20kHz, satisfies the expectations guitarists have come to demand from high-quality cable, but without the tangled mess. With their rigs cranked to 11 in the iso-booth, guitarists can play near the band and keep the all-important vibe and that ensures a great take.

Eliminating common issues that adversely affect traditional analog wireless systems, X2 XDR95 utilizes exclusive Line 6 dual-RF technology to guarantee a strong and constant signal and to neutralize issues of static, interference and jamming caused by cell phones, wireless networks and other unforeseen or unknown sources of RF energy.

Additionally, the transmitter provides 9V DC bias power for lavalier or headworn microphones from various manufacturers including Audio Technica*, Countryman*, Shure*, Sennheiser*, Audix*, and others. View the owner's manual for a detailed wiring diagram and connector requirements.

The X2 XDR95 digital wireless system holds 2 prestigious industry awards: Bass Player magazine's "Editor's Award" and Guitar World magazine's "Gold Award."

*Line 6 X2 is not affiliated in any way with the above manufacturers.

Consumer Alert:

Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.

FEATURES
  • 24-bit digital converters yield 117 dB dynamic range
  • Frequency Clear 900 MHz UHF means no FCC or DTV concerns
  • Q-Diversity receiver eliminates dropouts, multipathing and interference
  • 5 user-selectable channels (all five are fully compatible for simultaneous use)
  • Auto-DigiScan to confidently select an open channel
  • Frequency response all the way down to 10 Hz for truly thundering lows
  • TRS 1/4" output for instrument and full-bandwidth, or 'tuner out' applications
  • 5 segment LED display (battery status, link status, audio level, RF level and channel)
  • System Components:
  • Digital UHF bodypack transmitter
  • Digital UHF rackmount receiver
  • Locking instrument cable included
  • Front-mount antenna kit
  • Rackmounting hardware
  • Users guide and battery

Go digital! Order the XDR95 today. It works better.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Overall System:
  • Transmission Format: X2 proprietary digital audio transmission
  • Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Audio Dynamic Range: Greater than 118 dB
  • Distortion: 0.03% THD
  • RF Carrier Frequency: 902 MHz to 928 MHz, FSK, dual frequency transmission
  • Compatible Channels: Five
  • RF Output Power: 15mw
  • Audio Output Level: Unity gain with transmitter input
  • Polarity: Positive voltage at input yeilds positive voltage at output
  • Transmission Range: 300 feet line-of-sight (may vary due to local conditions)
  • FCC Approval: Part 15 approved, no user-license required
  • Operating Temperature Range: -20 to +85 C (-4 to +185 F -20 to +85 C (-4 to +185 F)
  • XDT4 Transmitter Specifications:
  • A/D Conversion: 24-bit Delta Sigma, 128 times over sampling
  • Input Impedance: 1.2 M-ohm instrument input, 10K-ohm mic input
  • Connectors: 1/8" Unbalanced locking connector
  • Controls: Power On/Off, Channel Select
  • Five Segment LED Display: Power On, Channel, Battery Life, Audio Level Meter
  • Dimensions: 4 H x 2.4 W x .66 D in.
  • Battery Life: 9V alkaline, switching power supply
  • Two modes: Q-DiversityPLUS„¢ mode: 5.5 hrs in (dual frequency)
  • Q-Diversity„¢ mode: 6.5 hrs in standard (single frequency)
  • Weight: .25 lbs. (with 9v battery installed)
  • Housing: Polycarbonate, impact tested to 300 lbs.
  • XDR4 Receiver Specifications:
  • D/A Conversion: 24-bit Delta Sigma, 128 times over sampling
  • Output: 2.12V RMS (Unbalanced: 1.8K Ohm)
  • Connectors: 1/4" Unbalanced TRS output 1.8K-ohm impedance, tip= instrument voicing, ring= full bandwidth, sleeve= ground, XLR Balanced 600 ohm
  • LED Display: Power On, RF, Channel, Diversity, Battery Life, Audio Level Meter
  • Controls: Power On/Off, Channel/Mode Select
  • Dimensions: 1.75 H x 16.2 W x 7.5 D in.
  • Power Requirements: 9V DC 500mA via included AC/DC adapter
  • Weight: 2.5 lbs (with rack hardware and antenna installed)
  • Housing: Polycarbonate, impact tested to 300 lbs.
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4.7

(based on 21 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best wireless for the price...

Before I purchased this, I had a Sennheiser EW172 wireless unit which was the same price. The Sennheiser was built like a tank, and it was pretty reliable, but I felt it altered...Read complete review

Before I purchased this, I had a Sennheiser EW172 wireless unit which was the same price. The Sennheiser was built like a tank, and it was pretty reliable, but I felt it altered my tone slightly. I read up on the X2 Wireless and after much research I sold my Sennheiser to get the X2.The X2 is awesome and sounds just as good as a cable. Its so ridiculously easy to set up and use too. There is no playing with settings, or scrolling through channels. You just pick a channel, 1-5, and you are good to go. One thing that always annoyed me about the Sennheiser was having to switch settings when using passive and active pickups with it. No more, I can easily switch without issue.The only negative, and only reason I rated the value at a 4 is because this thing eats batteries. I only use this live with my band, and 1 9v lasts me 2-3 gigs tops, which is probably about 3 hours total play time. You can turn a setting off, that helps it avoid interference and supposedly battery life is better. Doing that would have been like buying the pedal version though, so I just keep it as is.Overall this is a fantastic wireless unit, and I would recommend it to any guitar or bass player.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Reality Check Time!

This is the best sounding wireless there is...but definitely not the strongest signal! I was so excited using it at band practice, it was awesome sounding. Then at the weekend service,...Read complete review

This is the best sounding wireless there is...but definitely not the strongest signal! I was so excited using it at band practice, it was awesome sounding. Then at the weekend service, dropout on all channels, even from 5 feet away! Now I'm sad and bound to a wired chain again.

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5.0

Awesome!

By RyanTheBassPlayr

from Omaha, NE

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I was skeptical about what the reviews said about taking nothing away from your tone but they are all true. Extremely clear. People complained about the battery life, but there's no danger of it surprising you and dying off right when you need it because there's a battery life monitor right on the front of the unit! There's a volume level that bounces while you play so you know exactly how much you can push it before it says "Too much." I can safely go louder than ever without danger of peaking.The only thing I didn't like about it is the fact that the whole thing is plastic. It makes it super light so it didn't add anything to my rack weight, but it makes it a gigantic pain to attach the rackmount ears. I had to spend a good half hour trying to thread the screws through the four little plastic holes that were a bit too small for said screws. I stripped the heads in the process, but that's okay because the ears are never coming off.If you're thinking of getting a wireless instrument system, I would recommend it. The only reason I didn't give it all 5's is the plastic issue I discussed - performance-wise it is PERFECT!

 
5.0

The best there is.

By Jeff Rutland

from Minneapolis, MN

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I've tried many guitar wireless systems. I wouldn't go so far as to call myself a tone 'freak' - but I don't like anything stomping on my straight guitar - amp tone. This is the first wireless system that sounds like I'm plugged right in to my amp.I know, it's hard to believe when you're just reading folklore on the net... but I've tried many systems over the years, including a super nice Shure UHF system at one time. Nothing compares to this, the reviews are accurate. It's an excellent sounding unit. Try it - if you're looking for a quality guitar wireless system you'll be pleasantly surprised. You just can't do better than this unit.Only gripe is, I don't understand the plastic case for the rack unit with 'detachable ears' - why this wouldn't be racked, I don't know... I rack mine, so it's protected from bumps and bruises. The receiver case itself seems flimsy construction-wise. But it sounds excellent, and that's what matters to me.

 
5.0

Great wireless unit

By VM

from Alberta

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I have tried other wireless units in the past and gave up on using them over ten years ago. The tone suffered and there were other quality problems. I was hesitant on purchasing this unit due to previous history with others. I have to say that this is a great unit and I absolutely love it. I will never play live again without using the X2. The only compliants I have are that the transmitter and receiver are made out of plastic. I would have preferred that at a minimum the transmitter was made out of something more durable than plastic. When changing out batteries on the transmitter I have to be extremely careful not to break the battery door as it tends to stick on me and can be difficult to open and close properly. Finally, this unit eats batteries. I purchased rechargable batteries but they didn't perform very well.All and all a great unit.

 
5.0

Cable? What cable?

By Ken Carver

from Austin, TX

The X2 Digital Wireless replaces a 7 year old VHF system that was starting to get a little unreliable.I knew the history behind the company, and was eager to check out what a wireless system without companding would sound like.The first time I hooked the X2 up, it sounded like a blanket had been taken off my amp. But the real telling of the tale is the reaction from the other guitarist and bassist in the band. I took the X2 to a rehearsal on Thursday night, and let each of them try it with their rigs. By Saturday, they each either had bought and X2 or had one on order.The one caveat is that you will need to stock up on batteries! When they say you get 5.5 hours out of the system, they mean it. The good news is that it still sounds great right up to the end of the battery (unlike analog wireless systems that get ratty sounding when the battery is about gone). The "fuel gauge" for the battery is a great feature, and it just looks plan cool in your rack.For $, I haven't found another wireless systems that can touch the X2 XDR-95.

 
4.0

Guitarist Synchrony

By Synchrony

from New York

I own three of them. Sounds great and looks good on stage. The plastic is warping on one of mine. What is very poor is the battery pack. First off getting it out to change is a job. The batteries don't last because of all the lights they have to tell you the battery life. It has a wired battery terminal plug that you must pull of. I broke one of the wires once lots of fun fixing it. It sounds great but buy lots of batteries.

 
5.0

It is Unbeliveable

By Soundq22

from Bakersfield Ca.

This wireless system gives a wired signal without the wire. The only one drawback to this system is the battery life. The 9volt in the transmitter only lasts around 5 hours. But that is because its transmitting a dual signal ensuring that there is a good connection and quality. It displays the battery life on the 9v on the reciever so you can see where you are at, and to me the battery life is worth the greatness of wandering around without a teather.

 
5.0

Awesome for Violin too!

By Doc and The Lady

from Salt Lake City, UT

I actually bought the XDR97 because it came with the clip-on instrument microphone. All of the information that I could find indicated that we'd need a more expensive microphone to work with a violin, but that's just not true. This microphone works and sounds great, capturing the full range and tone of my wife's violin playing. The kit also came with a cord that she uses with her electric violin, and it is awesome too!The unit itself accurately captures and transfers both acoustic and electric tones. It also doesn't introduce digital interference of distort the acoustic tones. There is no delay whatsoever, even when she is playing some distance from the unit. It is also easy to use, just plug and play. Having bought this, we wouldn't try anything else because we are so happy with our purchase!

 
5.0

SOUNDS BETTER THAN WHEN I PLUG IN!!!

By SIXES AND SEVENS BIlly

from Simi Valley CA

Have never used a wireless that sounds this good and carries your tone so well. No latency whatsoever and it sounds amazing.

 
5.0

Giant technological leap forward

By Gryphon

from WI

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The sound and range on the XDR95 is incredible. Believe the hype. I'll never use a cable again. Having owned this for a year now, let me dispel some myths. It does not eat batteries. The tranmitter will last for 5 hours. If you can't afford to change a 9 volt battery every gig, you are in the wrong profession. The polycarbonate housing is not "cheap" or "weak". It's far stronger than aluminum. The transmitter is light weight because it is polycarbonate and gets all of its range and 5 hour life out of ONE night volt battery. When you think about what it takes to transmit a pristine signal that far for that long, you realize the XDR95 is incredible technology.

 
4.0

Excellent wireless unit

By Your reviewer de jour

from Oregon

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My Line 6 X2 XDR95 wireless system does a great job of reproducing the sound of my bass. I don't have studio ears, but unlike the last wireless I owned (admittedly this was fifteen years ago, so it was older technology), this is a faithful reproduction without significant discernible loss of frequency response or dynamics. I have experienced occasional glitchy artifacts at sound check, but they've never occurred during the gig (or at least I haven't noticed them). Great wireless range. My gripes are the same as others' here. First, the plastic construction feels cheap. I don't think the unit was particularly made to last, particularly with the unfortunate add-on rack ears. Second, the battery life is very short. Is there a better way to manage wireless transmitter power and still get a great sound? I don't know. But here at least, the price of great sound is counted in 9-volt increments. Gripes aside, this unit has a great sound and for the price I paid (which I understand you're not to specify in the review) it was a good value.

 
5.0

Way better than wired!!!

By sthom77

from Modesto, CA

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Those of you who have struggled with wireless units in the past will be amazed when you hook up the X2 Digital Wireless* XDR-95 Instrument Wireless System! I was skeptical to purchase it given its hefty pricetag, but after having used it on several gigs, I?m glad I did! Here?s my humble review.Pros:1. Super easy to install in my rack unit.2. Improved tonal response. Not kidding!3. The battery meter on the front panel? ?nuff said!4. The signal strength meter helps to keep my levels constant through changes in basses (active/passive) during gigs.5. Range is very good! No signal loss, so far, up to 100?, even around corners!Now for the one major Con:1. You get all these cool features ?only? if you use true 9V alkaline batteries.(8.4V 150ma ?rechargeable? ones only last 2-3 hours, and there is some signal loss)So, having suffered through years of disappointing wireless units, I highly recommend the XDR-95. Just buy stock in either Energizer* or Duracell* and you?ll be okay! ;-)

 
4.0

powerpack broke the first day

By NY Ray

from Florida keys

The tone was above average,Really good distance. The problem I have is the clip on the power pack broke on the first day just a thin metal clip that doesnt really stay locked in place in a fragile looking plastic hole. I will rig something to make it durable.Other than that it is a winner

 
5.0

Great Sound! Get Rechargeables!

By fligchris

from KCMO

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I was tired of being tied to cable and decide to make the switch over to wireless. After a lot of research I went with this unit. Since it's digital there is very little (if any at all) modification or coloration of tone. The meters on the transmitter and receiver are very nice features. Selecting a channel is easy too. In the 6 months that I've had the X2 I've only experiencing one brief drop out. On the downside it does tear through 9V batteries. When you purchase this unit, do yourself a favor and get PowerEx 9V rechargeable batteries. They are 9.6 volt and are available in 300 maH capacity. They will last at least 6 hours, if not more, per charge in the X2.

 
5.0

For Bass or not for Bass

By BassRipper-d947V

from Marysville, WA

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I was eager to purchase a wireless for many years now. When this system first came out as the X2 XDR95 I was so impressed by the specs that I was seriously considering a purchase. The price seemed right and the company had been making a name for itself. When I saw Line 6 picked the unit up and dropped the price, I nearly fell over. Time to buy. So glad I did. This unit is incredible. It runs the full Bass frequency range, even down to low "B" with no glitches. It has fantastic distance range and has features that are well thought out. And as for the poly structure, this material is very durable and though it is light and "feels cheap", it really is not. Poly is used in motorcycle helmets, safety glasses and a myriad of other tough reliable safety products that we rely on to save our lives every day in some cases. Pretty tough I would say. This is a feature laden, high quality fun and functional unit that has brought wireless to an affordable price range for most musicians. You won?t be disappointed.

 
5.0

Went wireless and didnt look back

By Aaron Reurink

from Calgary Alberta

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I bought this wireless unit as my very first wireless unit. I was absolutely stunned when i first plugged it in to find that it didnt change my tone at all, absolutely perfect replication of being cabled in. However, one of my biggest gripes with this unit is the plastic shell instead of metal casing, why they chose to do this i will never know. Now this unit sits in my rack unit so it being damaged really isnt a big deal, however if this unit is not going into a rack unit i would consider going for a wireless unit that is built with metal casing not plastic. Also the range on this unit is stunning, i went down the street from my house and my friends said that my amp was still going strong. Also, this unit is stupidly easy to operate, simple effective controls. Finally the battery life on this unit is abit short, 5 hours is enough to get me through a gig or two practice sessions so its not to bad, especially if you have rechargable 9 volt batteries and a charger. Final comments, this unit does everything a person could want from wireless, exact replicated tone of being wired and long range. If this unit was to go missing or break i would buy another right away.

 
5.0

A KEEPER

By A.P.

from Dallas, Texas

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WOW! Unbelievable. Looks great, sounds great and the battery door is fine. The only reason I gave the quality a 4.5 is because I'm old school and would prefer a metal casing. What can I say? The absolute best system for the money!!!

 
4.0

Rack installation issue

By Hellebender

from Sparta, WI

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Those of you who will use this in a flight rack with the wider heavy duty rails be warned... the washers that hold the LBN connectors in place on the rack mount kit accessories prevent the unit from fitting properly. I had to do some alterations on my rack case rails (grinding out) for the washers to clear the rails. This was a bit of a frustrating installation. The unit itself is molded plastic, and the screw holes that mount the rack kit accessories were drilled uneven causing more of an installation issue.

 
3.0

Reality Check Time!

By Stephen Canfield

from Ann Arbor, MI

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This is the best sounding wireless there is...but definitely not the strongest signal! I was so excited using it at band practice, it was awesome sounding. Then at the weekend service, dropout on all channels, even from 5 feet away! Now I'm sad and bound to a wired chain again.

 
5.0

Let Freedom Ring

By Ryan

from Conneaut , OH

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I got mine yesterday and wow I am amazed. This thing really goes far I had my girlfriend take my guitar for a walk down the street as I watched her strum the strings and the volume meter. She got to the bridge that connects the east to west side of my city from my back porch, the leingth of about 10 McDs and there was absolutely no delay at all. Probably could have gone further but ... I was happy enough. Also the sound never went fuzzy it was like I was plugged right into the amp. Only thing is the rack ear holes on the receiver are a little off had to kinda work to get those on but all around AWESOME.

 
5.0

Best wireless for the price...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Before I purchased this, I had a Sennheiser EW172 wireless unit which was the same price. The Sennheiser was built like a tank, and it was pretty reliable, but I felt it altered my tone slightly. I read up on the X2 Wireless and after much research I sold my Sennheiser to get the X2.The X2 is awesome and sounds just as good as a cable. Its so ridiculously easy to set up and use too. There is no playing with settings, or scrolling through channels. You just pick a channel, 1-5, and you are good to go. One thing that always annoyed me about the Sennheiser was having to switch settings when using passive and active pickups with it. No more, I can easily switch without issue.The only negative, and only reason I rated the value at a 4 is because this thing eats batteries. I only use this live with my band, and 1 9v lasts me 2-3 gigs tops, which is probably about 3 hours total play time. You can turn a setting off, that helps it avoid interference and supposedly battery life is better. Doing that would have been like buying the pedal version though, so I just keep it as is.Overall this is a fantastic wireless unit, and I would recommend it to any guitar or bass player.

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