I have been doing sound design for Broadway-style musicals for the past 20 years (some 50 productions). Our shows typically use 16 - 24 wireless channels (lavs). I have one of your XD-V70 systems and test results so far have been great except for battery life. (I'll adress that in a separate post). We've been using UHF analog systems spread across three frequency groups, and I'm really eager to go digital. So I have two questions here:
1. Does Line6 have plans for more than 12 channels, either as a new model with 24 channels or an alternate frequency group (or digital coding) that will provide an additional 12 channels?
2. I think18 channels will suffice for my upcoming productions of Brigadoon and Camelot. So can the XD-V30L and XD-70L systems co-exist to provide 18 channels in the same performance space? I guess that the 6 V30 channels will probably need to have the receivers in the stage wings as our mix position is about 80 feet distant. Unfortunately in that configuration I won't be able to see the receiver readouts from the mixer location.