I heard from another DJ they have this new system. Any users here, what ya' think. I'm debating on gettting a Line 6 or one of these, your input is welcomed.
Manufacturers always have to rate their system outdoors and with zero interference as it is the only thing that is repeatable. Once you go indoors you get reflections that will change from room to room. In many ways this is like your speakers sounding different in different rooms so manufacturers always spec frequency response in anechoic conditions (which never happen in the real world).What is the range, not mfg claim, but real world how far can you take it before dropout kicks in.
What is the range, not mfg claim, but real world how far can you take it before dropout kicks in. Would you say it's a step up or a step below a Shure PGX, SLX or an AT 3000 3141b system. The price seems attractive.
I have both the Line 6 XD-V30 and the Line 6 XD-V70... I have personally taken the XD-V30 (rated for 100 feet performance distance) OVER 550 feet!
The Line 6 mics I have, (XD-V30 Hand Held) have been great! The range on them is amazing! (they are rated for 100 ft., I've had mine at a measured 555 ft. without dropping out). Don Boomer has been amazing as well, offering honest advice and clarifications on the latest FCC changes applicable to anyone using anything wireless.
okay... I apologize...
I blame in-head math...I re-figured my distance from the other day...it's 320 feet, (which is still amazing for a unit rated for 100 feet).
Today I set it all up outside and ran out of real estate before the mic failed to work... 555 feet!
NO drop-outs, NO static, NO problems!
http://start.mobilebeat.com/showthread.php?53687-Line-6-MicsRyan -I'm using both a Line 6 XD-V70 handheld with the EV settings "ON" and also an XD-V70HS headset with std settings. I've written a full report of my experiences with these mics .... which are fabulous and highly recommended by me. It's here ---> http://www.djnickyb.com/Line_6_XD-V70_Evaluation.htm I also must mention that Don Boomer has been absolutely wonderful on these boards and has provided a wealth of great and very useful information about wireless systems in general and not just pushing Line 6.