Is anyone else out there using B3s with the XD-V75 beltpacks? I ordered 6 of them a while back (the red-banded low-sens version, with TA4F from the factory), and whilst they do work to an extent, the signal is distorted when used for singing applications. I used them mounted in the hairline, and at that distance the low-sens version should be impossible to overload, but the output from the XD-V75 receiver was distorted at anything other than gentle talking volume (and the audio LEDs on the receiver barely go past one bar).
From a bit of searching around, I notice another user had similar issues with the Rode headset mics too.
I have some cheap unbranded chinese-made 2-wire lavaliers that work absolutely fine, and some Sennheiser MKE-2 lavaliers which I converted to TA4 connectors with a 10k2 resistor, and they also work fine, but do have a slight high-pitched whine present. Luckily it's at such a low volume in relation to the output during singing that it's irrelevant.
So my question is... has anyone managed to come up with a definitive answer as to why some of these supposedly compatible microphones don't seem to like the Line6 beltpacks? Presumably it's down to the wiring side of things in some way. For theatre use, the Countryman B3 and Sennheiser MKE-2s are pretty much the standard, so the community really needs a way to make these work successfully with the XD-V75.
Any wisdom greatly appreciated!