So here's the dilemma. My lead singer/rhythm guitar player and I are running into some pretty severe interference problems. I use a G90 (upgraded to latest firmware to support RF2 mode) for my bass, he uses a G55 for guitar and XDV75/Crown CM11 for vocals. I started using the G90 (upgraded from G50) a couple years back and loved using the unit (RF1 mode). Now that we're using RF2 mode, we're finding the RF2 mode nearly unusable in any kind of civilized area due to high interference. When doing channel scans, every channel is showing some interference, and the least interfered channels are still resulting in 2-3 bars of red/RF interference, and subsequently we have a range of about 15 feet with our units if we're lucky. The obvious choice would be to move everything over to RF1 mode, but more and more we're using sound guys with Presonus or Mackie mixers that choose to mix wirelessly via WiFi/tablet. RF1 blows their network connection up to where they can't do their job.
Just wondering if we tack on the the P180 or P360's might be a solution, rather than just switching over to RF1 and telling the sound guys "tough" on using their wireless capability to mix. Love our units, just not the wireless range/interference issues. I thought we were in fairly calm RF environments, but that doesn't seem to be the case.