Apr 14, 2010
quote:Originally posted by Ed Witles:
Except for some poorly mastered tracks, mono works best for me - as I use a single L1/B1/B1 setup.
And even so, that 'blows folks minds'. How so much sound comes from such a small pole.
But after trying a new wireless link, I might bring two Compacts and daisy chain them for the rear of the ballroom to the receiver and the single L1 near me - will allow me to not 'push' the L1 nearly as hard and still have clean sound in the rear.
After having used them for a few weeks to transmit computer audio, I can now recommend the new Line 6 Digital Wireless (XD-V70, -V30 & Relay G50, G90) as a no-compromise quality, no interference, no-compression solution.quote:Originally posted by mikep:
...do you have a wireless system you.d recommend?
Dec 22, 2008
12.quote:Originally posted by Ed Witles:
Is there a limit to the number of receivers for the Line 6?
While I have not used the XD-V70 in a REAL noisy (RF-wise) environment, I don't think you'll have any issue -- because the XD-V series operate in the 2.4Ghz band and they utilize digitally-encoded (not analog carrier) transmission.quote:Also, what is your 'real world' observations in less than desirable venues (down town/gov't/etc? ... I work in some of the most RF noisy buildings in DC...
Aug 10, 2019
Was that a Line 6 wireless?quote:Originally posted by Dynamite DJs:
... a ceremony ... which ... was wirelessly mic'd. The best man had his cell phone in his pocket...
Jan 29, 2004