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xd-v70 wifi problems and update
by penluis on 2012-01-06 21:50:21

Hi, I'm having problems with my wifi network..everytime I turn on my xd-v70 all my computers get there a fix for this? Another question, I just read that there's an update out, will this fix tis issue? and is it true that I need a xd-v75 receiver in order to update my xd-v70 system? Thx

Re: xd-v70 wifi problems and update
by Detonator on 2012-01-07 09:14:38

Penluis -

The XD-V70 will cause big issues for wifi in the 2.4 Gigahertz range, the solution is to use a 5 Gig router and stay in that range.  If your computer does not have 5 Gig capability, inexpensive USB 5 Gig units are available.

Read through the latest posts here for full information on updating, etc.

-Tim Tyler

Detonator Sound

Re: xd-v70 wifi problems and update
by BigChas52 on 2012-01-07 09:21:56

Have you tried putting your mic into low power mode?

Re: xd-v70 wifi problems and update
by dboomer on 2012-01-07 15:49:54

Some channel combinations interfere with certain Wi-fi channels.  Take a look at the FAQ for some suggestions.


Inthe new RF2 mode there are now even better options for avoiding interfering with wi-fi.

Yes ... you do need a V75 receiver to update V70 systems.  The V75 has a USB port to be able to receive the updates which can themn be sent to V70 via the 1/4" jack on the receiver.

Re: xd-v70 wifi problems and update
by penluis on 2012-01-10 07:32:25

Thanks guys, I just returned the xdv70 and order a xdv75...just want to be sure I can update in the future, I also read that it handles better the wifi problems (even though you can update the xdv70 and have the same results, but how I'm I supposed to update if I dont have the xdv75?)...Ohh I did put in low power mode and it did not help..Anyways, again, thx a lot

Re: xd-v70 wifi problems and update
by beastofbourbon on 2012-01-20 11:20:10

I would like to know how to update mine as well.

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