Currently Being ModeratedJun 12, 2012 4:37 PM (in response to leno8126)Re: V2.0 XD-V70 compatibility with Presonus wireless
We are not sure about that, because it was not tested. Hopefully someone from the community has tried this. I'm marking this as answered for us, however that will not close your thread and it will still be viewable for others in the community to answer or help with. If someone does help you, please give them points for the help and correct answer.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 13, 2012 12:05 PM (in response to line6jonb)Re: V2.0 XD-V70 compatibility with Presonus wireless
Thanks for the input jonb,
I actually went ahead and ordered the presonus board, guess I'll be the first to be a guinea pig for it as I'm sure there are others out there wanting to know about the compatibility. I DO know that since I coverted over to RF2, my mics have been playing much nicer with my in-home wifi so I'm only assuming I can make it work with presonus ad hoc wifi that is set up to run with Presonus's qmix. I know the ipads don't have the issue as they can accept wifi signals in the 5GHz range which makes this a non issue but everybody in my band owns an iphone already so it would be nice to be able to run their own mixes.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 13, 2012 3:11 PM (in response to leno8126)Re: V2.0 XD-V70 compatibility with Presonus wireless
I figure that most of us haven't replied precisely because we've not had actual "hands on" experience with the Presonus mixer in question, so your generosity in "pioneering" and reporting back will be very much appreciated.
For what it's worth, I (like you) reckon your investment will prove (excuse the pun) sound when using the RF2 twin-frequency diversity scheme.
Even Line 6's more robust "bulletproof" RF1 (four-frequency diversity) scheme seems to coexist quite happily with the Apple "Airport n" WiFi of my MacBook Pro, so I'd expect the same with your iPad.
The real surprise I've had (at teleconferences and the like) is that such "slowing or swamping" problems as RF1 engenders with the Bluetooth and/or WiFi of iPhones 3/4 and/or my Samsung cell phone are almost always easily addressable by moving the offending XD-V transmitters a few metres away, even in the (relatively rare) situations that demand full power from the Line 6 gear.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 14, 2012 1:35 PM (in response to leno8126)Re: V2.0 XD-V70 compatibility with Presonus wireless
Presonus mixers have no built-in wireless but rather relies on laptop connected to any type of generic wifi-hub. The presonus mixer can then be controlled by iphone/ipad from a remote location rather than sitting at the mixer.
This means that as long as the L6-channels and wifi-channel aren't overlaping there should be no problem with interference.
With v1.x there was a document for this type of situation. I have not seen it updated for v2.x.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 17, 2012 1:40 PM (in response to roblof)Re: V2.0 XD-V70 compatibility with Presonus wireless
Much easier with V2,0 and RF2 mode.
Just trun on your Presonus router then select "scan" in the setup menu. You'll see blocks in any channel you need to avoid. It works both ways Wi-Fi won't bother XD-V and XD-V won't bother wi-fi.