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Best Answer RonMarton , 27 June 2013 - 12:09 PM

Good news, Clive...

 

(and further evidence of most stores not properly advising their clients)

 

...XD-V75 handhelds are delivered set by default to Line 6's later "RF2" scheme of frequencies, which would only be available on your XD-V70 receiver if it has been updated to v.2 firmware.

 

(You can easily find all sorts of info about the relative merits of RF1 versus RF2 and updating your receiver's firmware via Line 6 Monkey elsewhere in these Community Support Forums.)

 

To get you underway:

  1. Hold the "Mute" button down long enough to switch your handheld on.
  2. Once powered-up, hold the "Select" button down and while it's depressed...
  3. Depress the "Mute" button to toggle your handheld over to the RF1 mode.

You'll find the outline of this procedure on page 13 of your XD-V75 Pilot's Handbook.

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#1 clive010

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 11:34 AM

So I got tired of hauling my road case all over the world. I got a great deal on a used v70 unit and I know it's supposed to be compatible with the v75 handset and I even verified with a unit at the store I bought it. For some reason however I can't get my handset to sync up. Is there a manual or hard reset on the handset that I'm not seeing that might solve the issue?
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Posted 27 June 2013 - 12:09 PM   Best Answer

Good news, Clive...

 

(and further evidence of most stores not properly advising their clients)

 

...XD-V75 handhelds are delivered set by default to Line 6's later "RF2" scheme of frequencies, which would only be available on your XD-V70 receiver if it has been updated to v.2 firmware.

 

(You can easily find all sorts of info about the relative merits of RF1 versus RF2 and updating your receiver's firmware via Line 6 Monkey elsewhere in these Community Support Forums.)

 

To get you underway:

  1. Hold the "Mute" button down long enough to switch your handheld on.
  2. Once powered-up, hold the "Select" button down and while it's depressed...
  3. Depress the "Mute" button to toggle your handheld over to the RF1 mode.

You'll find the outline of this procedure on page 13 of your XD-V75 Pilot's Handbook.


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Posted 27 June 2013 - 12:57 PM

Thanks for the heads up Ron. I figured there would be something like that, I hadn't had a big opportunity to play with it (work gets in the way of all good things) I will definately test it out over the weekend. I'm glad it's something simple.
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Posted 27 June 2013 - 01:02 PM

(work gets in the way of all good things)

 

Line 6: Email Clive's boss immediately. It's just NOT good enough !


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Posted 28 June 2013 - 09:44 AM

So I tried it out last night. Kind of an obscure method of changing the RF but it worked like a charm. This makes me quite happy. Thanks again for the help.


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