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XD-V75 FAQline 6 xdv relay digital wireless microphones xd-v75 faq
Receiver Output Level Adjust (Digital Gain Control): default is set to Unity Gain (0 dB), but now the XD-V75 Receiver provides users with the ability to adjust output "digital" gain by -18dB up to +12dB to provide more flexibility, especially when using third party microphones. Note: +12dB gain is NOT equivalent to "line-level" signal; this is still a "mic-level" signal.
14 Channels: up from the 12 Channels on our previous XD-V70 system.
10 Microphone models (for Hand-Held System)
- L6 (Line 6): Line 6 Custom
- 58 (Shure): SM58
- B58 (Shure): Beta 58
- 57 (Shure): SM57
- 835 (Sennheiser): e835
- 935 (Sennheiser): e935
- 41 (Audio-Technica): AE4100
- 767 (Electro-Voice): N/D767A
- O5 (Audix): OM5
- D5 (AKG): D5
9 Custom EQ Filter models (for Lavalier/Headset/Transmitter Systems)
- SF1 (Speech Filter 1): Gentle High-Pass
- SF2 (Speech Filter 2): Gentle High-Pass and High-Cut
- SF3 (Speech Filter 3): Moderate High-Pass and High-Cut
- SF4 (Speech Filter 4): Gentle High-Pass, Mid-Cut and High-Cut
- SF5 (Speech Filter 5): Moderate High-Pass, Mid-Cut and High-Cut
- SF6 (Speech Filter 6): Aggressive High-Pass, Mid-Cut and High-Cut
- IF1 (Instrument Filter 1): Guitar Cable High-Frequency Roll-Off
- IF2 (Instrument Filter 2): Woodwind Instrument Enhancement
- IF3 (Instrument Filter 3): Brass Instrument Enhancement
- (LED 5) Red *Clip*: only lights up when audio signal is clipping
- (LED 4) -06dB: any peak signal -6dB or above
- (LED 3) -18dB: any peak signal -18dB or above
- (LED 2) -30dB: any peak signal -30dB or above
- (LED 1) -60dB: any peak signal -60dB or above
- (LED 5) Green: 5 or more hours left
- (LED 4) Green: 4-5 hours left
- (LED 3) Green: 3-4 hours left
- (LED 2) Green: 2-3 hours left
- (LED 1) Green: 1-2 hours left
(LED 1) Red *Flashing*: less than 40 minutes left
Improved Dynamic Filter: minimizes unwanted handling or incidental background noise.
- OFF: No Filtering
- NORM: Filter for Singing
- TALK: Filter for Speaking
Crypto Mode: a digital cipher scheme allowing secure open-channel communication in critical situations. Better known as encryption and allows to lock a transmitter to a receiver so that no other receiver (that doesn't have the code keyed in) to receive the transmission from that particular transmitter. This provides security for those who wish to keep their program material from being intercepted by unauthorized individuals. It is typically used in courtrooms, hospitals and board meeting rooms.
Improved RF Out-Of-Band Isolation: improved radio front end providing better isolation from RF interference outside of the 2.4 GHz band. Normally RF signals that are not close to the tuned frequency of a receiver are ignored by that receiver, however when they are very close or very strong they may interfere with a receiver. We added an extra layer of protection and filtering to block signals from transmitters outside of the 2.4 GHz band.
Mini-USB Port: for any future Firmware updates when new versions are release via Line 6 Monkey. It is now possible to update existing Relay and XD-V products via 1/4" TRS (stereo) cable or radio transmission from the XD-V75 antenna outputs with the XD-V75 Receiver.
XD-V75 Receiver: Standard 1 unit space height (1/2 width) rackmount
Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range?
USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling.
Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference.
XD-V Digital Wireless Microphones FAQ
Digital Wireless Troubleshooting
USB Firmware Updating
USB Firmware Updating (Device Positioning)