Currently Being ModeratedMar 21, 2012 2:33 PM (in response to langleychoy)Re: XDS95 wireless system fades out
I'm not certain what you mean. "Fade" and "cut out" mean two different things to me. Is it doing both? Do the RF meters on the receiver follow these fades/cuts?
Cut outs could be RF drop outs where the signal mutes. That is almost always caused by local conditions. Because of the digital nature of the system, it cannot fade out due to RF interference. It is possible that you may have a hardware failure that is causing this. How have you ruled out that the cause is not from somewhere else in the system? Has this (fading) happened when plugged into different channels; with different cables; different systems. If it is happening this way I would recommend that you contact our service department.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 23, 2012 1:14 PM (in response to dboomer)Re: XDS95 wireless system fades out
Thanks for the reply and sorry about the confusing wording. The system doesn't "cut out." More so it fade outs out. What I mean by that is it will slowly drop in decibel. Just as I notice it, I'll come back in about 10 seconds. Weird. I figured it was a hardware issue, but I wanted to know if this was an issue others have experienced. If it was common, then line6 can address it. If not, then it's just my dumb luck and I'll just have to deal with it. That's all.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 24, 2012 9:36 AM (in response to langleychoy)Re: XDS95 wireless system fades out
"Fade out" sounds like a hardware issue if the wireless is causing it.
You just need to be certain that the wireless is causing the problem and not something else in the signal chain. I would suggest running straight into an amp from the output of the receiver, with nothing else plugged in, and checking again. Also ... if you are running into a modeling amp (Like a Spider) there are often times "gates" in the signal chain that can cause the same knid of thing.
Once you've ruled that out I would send it in for service.