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Line 6 X2 XDR4 Rackmount Single Channel Receiver for the XDS95 System
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The Line 6 X2 XDR4 Rackmount Single Channel Receiver comes with a power supply and is a component of the XDS95 24-Bit Digital Instrument Wireless Sys...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Line 6 X2 XDR4 Rackmount Single Channel Receiver comes with a power supply and is a component of the XDS95 24-Bit Digital Instrument Wireless System from the XD Series.
The X2 XDS95 24-Bit Digital Instrument Wireless System is a breakthrough in wireless sound and performance that's 2009 Compliant and features both an instrument input for guitar/bass and a microphone input on the transmitter that provides 9V DC bias power for lavalier or headworn microphones from various manufacturers including, Audio-Technica, Countryman, Shure, Sennheiser, Audix and others. The XDR4 receiver comes with an owners manual that includes a detailed wiring diagram and connector requirements.
Line 6 X2's proprietary digital technology provides superior fidelity while the XDS95's "stomp-box" style receiver houses a micro-processor that selects the digital data stream from among the four internally mounted Q-diversity„¢ antennas to eliminate dropouts and interference including DTV. You'll enjoy the sound and performance of a direct wire connection free from compander ICs ” and the associated 'pumping' and 'breathing' ” that squash your tone, as well as other problems associated with analog wireless technology.
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 FCC's wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.
- 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.
Reviewed by 3 customers
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I'm a bass player and did a lot of research before I settled on the X2. It really paid off. I needed a good wireless that wouldn't lose any of the subtleties of my sound. This unit is a workhorse and when they tell you it's as clear and uncoloured as if your were using a cable, they aren't lying to you. I've used the thing for over a year and it's never failed me. I do suggest you don't settle for the cord that comes with the unit, though. The accompanying cord (which connects between the instrument and the transmitter)has a straight plug but you really want to either contact the company directly or see if Musicians Friend carries the right angle plug. Trust me, it's not expensive and will save you headaches down the road.
I have owned many wireless systems over about 25 years, playing guitar and bass, and was about to go back to "the cord" because I was so disgusted with my last wireless unit. I tried the XDS based on a few good recommendations, half-expecting to return it after one gig.I was pleasantly surprised. The receiver is built like a tank, and VERY easy to use and store. The transmitter, while a little less sturdy (it's plastic) is easy to use, and the "remaining battery life" lights on the receiver -- which you can see from 20 miles away -- are GREAT. (Typically, one 9v battery will last you one four-hour gig, and you can easily see when you are about to run out, even in bright sunlight.)If there is any tone coloration, I can't hear it. I've NEVER had a drop out, RF interference, etc., playing the biggest of stages (in front of 50,000+) or small venues. If you can't take care of your stage gear, get the pouch for the transmitter to keep it safe.
This thang is sick. Really great and transparent sound unlike other wireless units. There aren't any annoying companders that squish your tone. I play bass weekly and would HIGHLY recommend this unit.