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Line 6 XD-V35l for bass
by fnando on 2012-08-18 07:17:14

H there,

I have a question, i want to buy a XD-V35L and use it for two things. First, to connect a headset with mini jack connection, and to use in other occasion as my bass guitar wireless system. Any problem with that?

Thanks



Re: Line 6 XD-V35l for bass
by RonMarton on 2012-08-18 15:23:45

The differences in impedances, levels and other characteristics between bass and headset are the problem with that, ...when plugging into the single 1/4 inch jack of the TBP06 beltpack.

What you suggest will physically "work", but I doubt that you'd be happy with the sound.

In my opinion, the extra cash for the TBP12 beltpack-equipped XD-V55HS would be money well spent, as it has a multi-pin TA4F input connector, which caters for the different characteristics of instrument pickups by having them wired differently to mics.

The headset would then plug in directly, with the full tone and expression of your bass subsequently being input and transmitted via one of these:

https://www.globalfulfillment.net/gfsnet/(S(whwnxs55jpq24d550ssl3u3m))/line6/10Expand.aspx?ProductCode=97-000-0001



Re: Line 6 XD-V35l for bass
by dboomer on 2012-08-18 16:42:31

Hi fnando

No problem with the bass.  If you get the correct wiring for the headset then yes it will work, but it will work to the level of the mic so a lot depends on the sensitivity of the mic.  Line 6 wireless devices are unity devices and the 35 series has no ability to add gain.  Basically they just pass the signal unchanged, so if the signal is too low it will remain too low.



Re: Line 6 XD-V35l for bass
by fnando on 2012-08-19 06:58:37

Hi, thanks for the replys, i will go to my local music store next week to buy it.

Best regards




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