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  1. case67's post in XD V75 beltpack (TBP12) broken, green LED blinking slowly was marked as the answer   
    OK, one of the accus was broken.
    It was fully charged at the beginning of the rehearsal.
    I think i need to check the accus (i use Fischer Amps accus) more 'seriously' ...
    Kind regards,
  2. case67's post in Control M20D with Android tablet? was marked as the answer   
    No. iPad only.
  3. case67's post in Close to an XD-V75TR purchase, quick question... was marked as the answer   
    i think the adapter you need is a Shure WA 310 http://www.thomann.de/de/shure_wa310_anschlusskabel.htm.
    With this adapter you can attach a standard dynamic XLR micro (e.g. SM58) to the Line6 XD-V Beltpack with TA4F TQG.
    (I assume in your application the AKG B29L male XLR-out acts electronically as a standard XLR Mic)
    Unfortunately this adapter is 29 Euro at Thomann.de shop, but if do-it-your-own soldering is an option for you 
    look for
    - Switchcraft TA4F TQG http://www.thomann.de/de/switchcraft_swcta4f.htm
    - Neutrik female XLR http://www.thomann.de/de/neutrik_nc_3_fxxb.htm 
    - decent XLR cable like http://www.thomann.de/de/sommer_cable_primus_sw.htm
    - Shure WA310 wiring pinout http://shure.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1498/~/pinout-for-wa310
    As i understand the AKG B29L is a 'mini mixer' for two AKG specific clip-on mics, so i think the XD-V75 TR is the better option for you.
    The Relay G90 is for guitar players and offers guitar-specific options like 'guitar cable simulation' ...
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