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  1. Specifications for XD-V30 series digital wireless systems XD-V30_spec.pdf
  2. Specifications for XD-V70 series digital wireless systems XD-V70_spec.pdf
  3. Deutsch Français Q: Why is the battery meter higher when I restart than when I shut off the transmitter? A: Line 6 2.4G wireless transmitters have a circuit that measures the actual real-time voltage of the installed batteries and transmits that data to the battery meters in the receivers. The battery meters are very accurate when they have been running continuously since new batteries were installed in the transmitter and the transmitter power has not been cycled on and off. However due to the chemical nature of Alkaline batteries, when they have been shut off, the voltage begins to “rebound “ and the voltage actually increases compared to its value at shutoff. Unfortunately it does not last long and it reverts to true self over twenty minutes or so. For this reason when you first turn on a Transmitter that has been run but allowed to rest the meter will give a high reading that quickly falls over the first few minutes and continues to fall quickly for the first few minutes. This is normal behavior for Alkaline batteries. Q: Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? A: USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Q: Why does my wi-fi slow down when I get my transmitter near my computer? A: Because wi-fi and Line 6 2.4G wireless products share the same bandwidth some users may experience a slowing down of their wi-fi capabilities when using microphone or instrument transmitters near computers. This is an example of a near/far interference problem and it is heightened because consumer grade wi-fi has very low power. If your Line 6 transmitter gets within 6 feet of your laptop you may witness this situation especially if your wi-fi access point is some distance away. Typically simply moving your Line 6 transmitter farther away from your computer will remedy the situation. Users of Line 6 twelve channel systems should switch their transmitters to the “low power” setting as this will mitigate the problem as well. Suggested channels settings to avoid interfering with wi-fi: Q: What does the Near/Far spec mean to me? A: The Near/Far interference problem is common to most radio systems and happens when a strong signal captures a receiver making it difficult or impossible for the receiver to decode the weaker signal. Imagine having a conversation in a quiet room with a person 20 feet away from you. It is likely that you can carry on a conversation with normal voice levels. Now if you move to a noisy environment, with lots of other voices right around your ears it may be very difficult for the conversation to continue with your long distance friend without the both of you shouting. A similar circumstance occurs with radios and since the long distance transmitter is incapable of increasing its power output it is very likely a very near transmitter may interrupt it. In the real world this is rarely an unmanageable problem. You should avoid being closer than 3 feet to a receiver that is not on your channel if the intended transmitter is more than 50 feet from this receiver. If this is a regular requirement you will need to remote your antennas (G50, G90 XD-V70). FAQ zu 2.4GHz Wireless Warum ist die Batterianzeige höher wenn ich den Transmitter neustarte als wenn ich ihn abschalte? Line 6 2.4G Wireless Transmitter haben eine Schaltung integriert, welche die Spannung der installierten Batterien in Echtzeit misst und diese Daten dann an die Batterieanzeige im Empfänger sendet. Die Batterieanzeige ist dadurch sehr genau wenn das Gerät durchgehend gelaufen ist nachdem neue Batterien eingesteckt wurden und der Transmitter nicht abgeschaltet und neugestartet wurde. Aufgrund der chemischen Natur von Alkaline Batterien nimmt die Spannung jedoch ab wenn das Gerät abgeschaltet wird und übersteigt dann den Wert den sie hatte vor dem Abschalten. Leider hält dies nicht lange und springt wider auf Normal zurück nach ca. 20 Minuten. Wenn Sie also zum ersten Mal einen Transmitter anschalten der vorher gelaufen ist, wird Ihnen die Batterieanzeige eine hohe Anzhl ausgeben, die dann aber schnell wieder fällt innerhalb der nächsten Minuten. Das ist ganz normal für Alkaline Batterien. Entstehen Interferenzen durch USB 3.0 im 2,4GHz Frequenzbereich? USB 3.0 Computerkabel und –geräte sind dafür bekannt Interferenzen bei Radio Frequenzen im 2,4GHz Bereich zu erzeugen was zu verringerter Reichweite und Performance für alle 2.4GHz Geräte (inklusive kabellose Tastatur oder Maus sowie WiFi und viele andere) in der Nähe führen kann. Wir empfehlen alle digitalen Kabellosempfänger mindestens 2m von den USB 3.0 Geräten und deren Verkablung weit weg zu plazieren. Nachstehend können Sie einen Link zur Untersuchung von Intel über Interferenzen mit USB 3.0 finden: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Warum wird mein WiFi langsamer wenn ich meinen Transmitter in die Nähe des Computers bewege? Da sich WiFi, sowie Line 6 2.4G Wireless Produkte die selbe Bandbreite teilen kann es sein, dass das WiFi bei manchen Benutzern langsamer wird wenn Sie Mikrofone oder Instrument-Transmitter in der Nähe von Computer verwenden. Dies ist dann ein Beispiel für "Near/Far" (Nah/Weit) Interferenzen und wird noch bestärkt dadurch, dass WiFi Produkte für den Endverbraucher eine sehr schwache Signalstärke haben. Wenn Ihr Line 6 Gerät sich innerhalb der Reichweite von 2 Metern zu Ihrem Computer befindet, kann dieses Problem auftauchen, besonders dann, wenn der WiFi Zugriffspunkt ein wenig weiter entfernt steht. Normalerweise können Sie dann einfach den Line 6 Transmitter weiter weg platzieren, was Ihr Problem lösen sollte. Benutzer eines Line 6 Systems mit 12 Kanälen sollten Ihren transmitter auf "low power" stellen, was das Problem dann auch behebt. Empfohlene Kanaleinstellungen um Interferenzen zu vermeiden: Was genau heißt das Near/Far? Die Near/Far Interferenzen sind bei Funksignalen sehr verbreitet, da diese entstehen, sobald ein starkes Signal einen Empfänger sozusagen "einnimmt", was es sehr schwer macht für den Empfänger ein schwächeres Signal zu entschlüsseln. Stellen Sie sich einfach eine Konversation in einem ruhigen Raum vor. Sie sind 6 Meter von Ihrem Gesprächspartner entfernt und können sich eigentlich ohne die Lautstärke zu heben mit diesem unterhalten. Wenn Sie diese Konversation nun in eine laute Umgebung verlegen, in der viele Gespräche rund um Sie herum stattfinden, wird es sehr schwer sich zu unterhalten ohne anfangen zu müssen zu schreien. So ähnlich geschieht es mit dem Funksignel, da der Transmitter nicht die Möglichkeit hat seine Signalstärke zu erhöhen, kann es sehr gut sein, dass ein näherer transmitter dies unterbricht. In der Realität ist das Problem in den meisten Fällen schnell zu lösen. Sie sollten es vermeiden näher als 1 Meter zum Empfänger zu sein, der nicht auf Ihrem Kanal ist, wenn der Transmitter der eigentlich mit disem Empfänger verbunden sein soll sich weiter als 15 Meter von diesem befinden. Wenn das eine regelmäßige Anforderung für System sein sollten, müssen Sie wahrscheinlich Ihre Antennen verlängern. (G50, G90 XD-V70) 2,4GHz Wireless F.A.Q. Pourquoi est-ce que la jauge de batterie est plus haute si je redémarre que si j'éteins le transmetteur? Les transmetteurs sans fil 2,4GHz de Line 6 les émetteurs comportent un dispositif qui mesure la tension des piles en temps réel et transmet ces données aux jauges de batterie dans les récepteurs. Les jauges de batterie deviennent très précises si ils ont été en cours d'exécution sans interruption depuis nouvelles batteries ont été installées dans l'émetteur et si le transmetteur n'pas été éteints et allumé. Mais à cause de la naturel chimique des batteries Alcaline, si ils ont étés éteints, la tension commence à "rebondir" et la tension augmente en comparaison avec la valeur de tension pendant être éteint. Malheureusement, cela ne durera pas longtemps et il revient à la valeur vraie après plus ou moins vingt minutes. Pour cette raison, lorsque vous allumez un émetteur qui a été exécuté avant, l'appareil donnera une tension élevée qui tombe rapidement au cours des premières minutes et continue de diminuer rapidement au cours des prochaines minutes. Ce comportement est normal pour les batteries Alcalines. Est-ce que USB 3.0 crée des interférences dans la gamme de fréquences 2,4 GHz? Les câbles et périphériques USB 3.0 sont connus pour émettre des interférences de fréquence radio dans la bande 2,4 GHz, que cause une gamme et/ou performance des appareils 2.4 GHz réduite dans la proximité. (Y inclus sont les claviers ou souris sans fil, WiFi, etc.) Nous recommandons de placer le récepteur sans fil numérique au moins 2 mètres loin des appareils USB 3.0 et ses câbles. Voici un lien vers une étude réalisée par Intel au sujet de cette interférence: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Pourquoi est-ce que mon WiFi ralentit si je place mon émetteur près de mon ordinateur? WiFi et les produits sans fils Line 6 partagent la même bande passante, certains utilisateurs peuvent rencontrer un ralentissement de du WiFi à cause du placement du microphone ou des émetteurs d'instruments près ordinateurs. Ceci est un exemple d'un problème d'interférence "Near/Far" (près/loin) et est renforcé parce que les appareils WiFi consommateurs ont une puissance très faible. Si le transmetteur Line 6 est très proche (moins que 2 mètres) de votre ordinateur sans fil, vous pouvez rencontrer de cette situation, surtout si votre point d'accès WiFi est un peu plus loin. Normalement, si vous déplacer le transmetteur Line 6 plus loin de votre ordinateur, sa résous le problème. Les utilisateurs des systèmes Line 6 avec 12 canaux doivent mettre les émetteurs sur la configuration "low power". Ca résous le problème également. Configurations suggérés de canaux pour éviter des interférences WiFi: Qu'est-ce que le "Near/Far"? Le problème d'interférence Near/Far est commun pour les systèmes radio et se produit, si un signal fort capture un récepteur, s'est très difficile pour le récepteur de décoder le signal plus faible. Imaginez une conversation dans une chambre tranquille avec une personne 6 mètres plus loin. Il est probable que vous pouvez avoir une conversation avec des niveaux de voix normale. Si vous passez à un environnement plus bruyant, avec beaucoup de voix autour de vous, vos oreilles il peut être très difficile pour la conversation de continuer avec votre ami de longue distance sans crier. Un cas très similaire se produit pour les radios et puisque l'émetteur de longue distance est incapable d'augmenter sa puissance, probablement émetteur un très proche interrompre. En réalité, c'est principalement un problème résoluble. Vous devez éviter d'être plus proche qu'un mètre du récepteur qui n'est pas sur votre canal si l'émetteur destiné est plus loin que 15 mètres de ce récepteur. S'il s'agit d'une condition régulière, vous aurez besoin d'éloigner vos antennes. (G50, G90 XD-V70).
  4. Deutsch Français Q: Can I use multiple transmitters with 1 receiver? A: Yes, you can use multiple transmitters with 1 receiver, however not at the same time on the same channel. The best practice for that type of usage is to have Transmitter A on channel 1 and Transmitter B on channel 2. Then switching the channel on your receiver from channel 1 to channel 2 will toggle which transmitter you will be hearing. You can do this with as many receivers as you have channels, provided each transmitter is on a different channel and you change the channel on your receiver accordingly. You can also set multiple transmitters to one channel, and turn them all off except for the one you'd be using. This way, when you switch instruments, you'd turn off transmitter A on the first instrument, then pick up the next instrument and turn on transmitter B. Just be sure that no one else using a Line 6 wireless system is using the same channel. Q: Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? A: USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Suggested channels settings to avoid interfering with Wi-Fi. If your wifi network utilizes the channel listed, use the channel # listed under the Line 6 wireless channel column. Q: Are all Line 6 wireless transmitters and receivers interchangable? A: Yes, any Line 6 brand wireless transmitter or microphone will work with any Line 6 receiver. It does not matter if they are XD-V or Relay systems, you can mix and match receivers with transmitters and they will work as long as the transmitter and receiver correspond to the same channel. Q: Is the Relay G5/G90 transmitter compatible with the X2 receiver (or vice versa)? A: Both systems run in completely different frequency ranges, so they are not interchangeable. However, the X2 and Relay units can be used on the same stage (along with any other analog wireless systems) with no problems. Q: Where do I get a Relay G50/G90 Series Wireless System? A: The Relay G50/G90 wireless units are available at all authorized Line 6 dealers. To locate a dealer near you, please see the Line 6 Dealer Finder: Line 6 Dealer Finder Q: Where can I purchase replacement Relay G50 transmitters (TBP12) or receivers (RXS12)? A: Individual transmitters and receivers can be ordered from any Line 6 dealer. Q: What are the specs on the provided Relay G50 Series power supply? A: 9V DC, 500mA, center pin negative (2.1mm). See the following link for more power supply FAQs: Power Supply and Amp Power F.A.Q. Q: How is the Relay G90 receiver powered? A: The Relay G90 uses a standard IEC power cable. Q: Can I use a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 to power the Relay G50 receiver? A: Yes, but you will need to use the Voodoo lab "current doubler" cable and you will need to use outputs 5 & 6 of the Pedal Power Plus away from "normal" position. VooDoo model PPAP. Q: What type of cable do I need between my guitar & Relay TBP12 transmitter? A: The Relay G50/G90 Transmitter (TBP12) uses a TA4F to 1/4" cable. Q: What is the pin-out for wiring to a TA4F connector? A: Pin 1 - Gnd Pin 2 - V+ Pin 3 - Signal Pin 4 - Z (leave open for instrument)(short to pin 3 for mic) For a normal, everyday, run-of-the-mill, Tip/Sleeve (TS) connector for a 1/4" instrument cable end,... the signal goes from 1/4" Tip to TA4F pin-3 (Signal), and 1/4" Sleeve goes to TA4F pin-1 (Gnd). Don’t worry about pins 2 and 4, those are used for Lavaliere Mic connections. Q: How many channels does the G50/G90 have?? Do they share channels with the G30 system? A: The G50/G90 have 12 channels, which share the first 6 channels with the G30. Q: Can I use the TBP12 from a G50 to transmit to a G90 or G30 (or vice versa?) A: Yes. All 2.4gHz Line 6 transmitters work with all Line 6 2.4gHz receivers to the lowest limitation, channel count, features, etc. Q: What type of antennas work with the G50 and G90? G50: 1/4 wave antennas, BNC-type connectors; detachable. G90: 1/2 wave antennas. The antennas can be detached but RG58-50 ohm radio wire connection is required. Be sure the antennas are not inside a metal case or touching any metal and get your antennas as high as possible. Q: How long does the pair of AA batteries in the transmitter typically last? A: 8 hours on high power & 11 hours on low power. If you leave the transmitter cable plugged but turn the power off on the transmitter, there is no battery draw. Q: How does the battery meter work? A: The battery meter displays 20 minute increments. Be aware of "alkaline rebound" when turning off the unit and turning it back on, as it may look like it has more power than it really has. Q: Can I use rechargeable batteries? A: Yes, but the hours and minutes are calibrated to alkaline batteries so the power reading may be inaccurate. Some rechargables while labeled AA are not true AA size and will not work. Q: What is the difference between the main output and the tuner output? A: The only difference is the tuner output still works when the transmitter is muted. Q: What is different about the Relay G50/G90 system compared to the X2 series? A: The Relay system works on a higher frequency (2.4 Ghz) and operates on 12 channels rather than 5. Q: Can the RXR12 Receiver antennas be linked together? A: Up to 6 receivers can be daisy-chained together. The last unit in the chain should be "terminated" when linking receivers together. Q: I'm a harmonica player and would like to use the G30 with a bullet microphone (high impedance and high output). Its output peaks at approximately 3V to 4V. Will there be clipping or distortion of the output? A: No problem with either impedance or input level. The Relay transmitters (TBP06 and TBP12) will handle 6V inputs. Q: What does the red audio LED mean on the G50 receiver? A: It means the incoming signal is clipping. This will not produce an audio dropout unless the red LED is on for a few seconds. This state will not damage the receiver. Q: How do I register my Relay G50/G90 System? Line 6 Product Registration F.A.Q. Q: What do the different colors states mean on the TBP12 transmitter? TBP12 LED States: Blue LED = full Solid red LED = Low Flashing red LED = Very Low / Change batteries Audio LED - Green LED = Audio Signal F.A.Q. zur Relay G50/G90 Serie Kann ich mehrere Sender mit einem Empfänger verwenden? Ja, aber nicht gleichzeitig auf den selben Kanälen. Für diese Nutzung schalten Sie am besten Sender A auf Kanal 1 und Sender B auf Kanal 2. Wenn Sie dann auf dem Empfänger von Kanal 1 auf 2 wechseln, wechseln Sie den Sender, den Sie hören. Sie können das mit sovielen Empfängern machen, wie Sie Kanäle zur Verfügung haben, solange Sie die Sender alle auf verschiedenen Kanälen haben und den Kanal des Empfängers demnach anpassen. Sie können auch mehrere Sender auf den selben Kanal stellen und dann alle abschalten, mit Ausnahme von dem, den Sie verwenden möchten. So können Sie Instrumente wechseln indem Sie einfach den Sender des Instrumentes A abschalten und einfach den Sender des Instrumentes B einschalten. Stellen Sie aber sicher, dass keine anderen ein Line 6 Wireless System im selben Kanal wie Sie verwenden. Entstehen Interferenzen durch USB 3.0 im 2,4GHz Frequenzbereich? USB 3.0 Computerkabel und –geräte sind dafür bekannt Interferenzen bei Radio Frequenzen im 2,4GHz Bereich zu erzeugen was zu verringerter Reichweite und Performance für alle 2.4GHz Geräte (inklusive kabellose Tastatur oder Maus sowie WiFi und viele andere) in der Nähe führen kann. Wir empfehlen alle digitalen Kabellosempfänger mindestens 2m von den USB 3.0 Geräten und deren Verkablung weit weg zu plazieren. Nachstehend können Sie einen Link zur Untersuchung von Intel über Interferenzen mit USB 3.0 finden: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Sind alle Line 6 Wireless Sender untereinander austauschbar? Ja, alle kabellosen Line 6 Sender oder Mikrofone funktionieren mit jedem Line 6 Empfänger. Es macht keinen Unterschied ob diese XD-V oder Relay Systeme sind. Sie können Empfänger und Sender mischen wie Sie wollen und dies wird funktionieren solange Sender und Empfänger den gleichen Kanal haben. Ist der Relay G50/G90 Sender kompatibel mit dem X2 Empfänger? (oder andersrum) Beide Systeme laufen auf vollkommen unterschiedlichen Frequenzbereichen und sind somit nicht kompatibel. Sie können jedoch zusammen auf der selben Bühne verwendet werden. (zusammen mit anderen analogen, kabellosen Systemen) Woher bekomme ich ein Relay G50/G90 System? Die Relay G50 und G90 Systeme sind bei allen autorisierten Line 6 Händlern erhältlich. Um einen Händler in Ihrer Nähe zu finden, klicken Sie folgenden Link an: Line 6 Dealer Finder Wo kann ich Relay G50 Ersatzsender (TBP12) und –empfänger (RXS12) kaufen? Einzelne Sender oder Empfänger können Sie bei Ihrem Line 6 Händler bestellen. Was sind die technischen Daten des Netzteils für die Relay G50 Serie? 9V Gleichstrom, 500mA, negativer Zentralpin (2.1mm). Klicken Sie folgen Link um weitere Informationen bezüglich Netzteilen zu erhalten: Power Supply and Amp Power F.A.Q. Wie sieht die Stromversorgung des G90 Empfängers aus? Das Relay G90 benutzt ein standart IEC Stromkabel. Kann ich ein Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 benutzten um den Relay G50 Empfänger zu betreiben? Ja, aber dazu brauchen Sie ein Voodoo Lab "doubler" Kabel und Sie müssen die Ausgänge 5 und 6 des Pedal Power Plus verwenden, die auf "normal" eingestellt sind. Klicken Sie auf den folgenden Link um mehr Informationen über "doubler" Kabbel von Voodoo Labs zu erhalten: Voodoo Lab Kabel Welche Art Kabel brauche ich für die Verbindung zwischen Gitarre und Relay TBP12 Sender? Der Relay G50/G90 Sender (TBP12) verwendet ein TA4f zu ¼" (6.35mm) Kabel. Wie sieht die Pinbelegung für einen TA4F Stecker aus? Pin 1: Masse. Pin 2: Postiv. Pin 3: Signal. Pin 4: Z (Nicht anschließen bei Instrument) (Kurzschließen mit Pin 3 für Mikrofon) Wieviele Kanäle hat das G50/G90? Teilen sie sich Kanäle mit dem G30 System? Die G50/G90 Systeme haben 12 Kanäle und sie teilen sich die ersten 6 mit dem G30. Kann ich das TBP12 eines G50 verwenden um an einen G90 oder G30 zu senden? (oder andersrum?) Ja. Alle 2.4GHz Line 6 Sender funtionieren mit 2.4GHz Line 6 Empfängern. Welche Antennen funktionieren mit den G50 und G90? G50: Viertelwellen-Antennen, BNC Stecker; abnehmbar. G90: Halbwellen-Antennen. Die Antennen könne abgenommen werden, dann ist aber eine RG58-50Ohm Funkverkablung notwendig. Stellen Sie sicher, dass die Antennen sich nicht innerhalb einer Metallkiste befinden oder Metall berühren. Stellen Sie die Antennen imemr so hoch wie möglich auf. Wie lange hält ein Paar AA Batterien in einem Sender? 8 Stunden auf High Power und 11 Stunden auf Low Power Einstellung. Wenn Sie das Kabel des Senders stecken lassen während der Sender ausgeschaltet ist, dann wird kein Strom verbraucht. Wie funktioniert die Batterieanzeige? Die Batterieanzeige aktualisiert in 20 Minuten-Intervallen. Achtung bei Alkaline Batterien kann es sein, dass Ihnen eine falsche batteriemenge angezigt wird nachdem Sie das Gerät abgeschaltet haben und wieder einschalten. Dies ist ein bekanntes Problem mit Alkaline Batterien. Kann ich aufladbare Batterien verwenden? Ja, aber die Stunden/Minuten-Anzeige ist für Alkaline Batterien konfiguriert und wird so ungenau. Manche aufladbaren Batterien, auf denen AA steht sind nicht in Wirklichkeit AA Batterien und passen somit nicht. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Main Ausgang und Tuner Ausgang? Der einzige Unterschied ist, dass der Tuner Ausgang auch dann weiterläuft, wenn der Sender stumm geschaltet ist. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen G50/G90 und X2 Serie? Das Relay System läuft auf höherer Frequenz (2.4GHz) und 12 Kanälen anstelle von 5. Können RXR12 Empfänger Antennen verbunden werden? Ja, bis zu 6 Empfänger können in eine Kette geschaltet werden. Die letzte Einheit der Kette muss einen Abschlusswiderstand angeschlossen haben. Ich bin ein Harmonikaspieler und würde gerne das G50 mit einem Kugelmikrofon benutzen (hohe Impedanz und Ausgang). Der Ausgang befindet sich da höchstens bei ca. 3V oder 4V. Wird dies zu Übersteuerung oder Verzerrung am Asugang führen? Nein, weder Impadanz noch Eingangspegel sind hier ein Problem. Die Relay Transmitter (TBP06 und TBP12) kommen mit Eingängen von bis zu 6V klar. Wie kann ich mein G50/G90 System registrieren? Line 6 Product Registration F.A.Q. Was bedeuten die verschiedenen LED Zustände des TBP12? Blaues LED: Batterie voll. Durchgehend leuchtendes rotes LED: Batterie schwach. Blinkendes rotes LED: Batterie fast leer, bitte ersetzen. Audio LED – Grünes LED: Audio Signal vorhanden. F.A.Q.: Les séries Relay G50 et G90 Est-ce que je peux utiliser plusieurs émetteurs avec 1 récepteur? Oui, mais vous ne les pouvez pas utiliser en même temps sur le même canal. Le plus simple est de mettre transmetteur A sur canal 1 et transmetteur B sur canal 2. Si vous changez le canal sur le récepteur, de canal 1 sur canal 2, ca aussi change quel transmetteur vous pouvez entendre. Vous pouvez faire ca avec autant de récepteurs que vous avez canaux. Chaque transmetteur doit avoir un canal différent et vous changez le canal sur l'émetteur. Vous pouvez également mettre plusieurs transmetteurs sur le même canal et éteindre tous sauf pour l'un que vous voulez utiliser. Comme-ca, si vous changez les instruments, vous pouvez éteindre transmetteur A sur le premier instrument et allumer le transmetteur B du deuxième instrument. Attention, vérifiez que personne n'est en train d'utiliser des appareils Line 6 sur le même canal que vous. Est-ce que USB 3.0 crée des interférences dans la gamme de fréquences 2,4 GHz? Les câbles et périphériques USB 3.0 sont connus pour émettre des interférences de fréquence radio dans la bande 2,4 GHz, que cause une gamme et/ou performance des appareils 2.4 GHz réduite dans la proximité. (Y inclus sont les claviers ou souris sans fil, WiFi, etc.) Nous recommandons de placer le récepteur sans fil numérique au moins 2 mètres loin des appareils USB 3.0 et ses câbles. Voici un lien vers une étude réalisée par Intel au sujet de cette interférence: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Est-ce que tous les transmetteurs et émetteurs Line 6 sans fil sont interchangeables? Oui, tous les transmetteurs et microphones sans fil de Line 6 fonctionnent avec des récepteurs Line 6. Si vous utilisez des systèmes XD-V or Relay, ce n'est aucun problème. Vous pouvez mélanger tous les récepteurs avec les transmetteurs et ca fonctionne à condition qu'ils correspondent au même canal. Est-ce que le transmetteur Relay G50/G90 est compatible avec le récepteur X2 (ou inversement)? Les deux systèmes travaillent en différents gammes de fréquence, donc ils ne sont pas interchangeables. Les appareils X2 et Relay peuvent être utilisés sur la même scène sans problème. (Ainsi que tous les autres systèmes sans fil analogiques) Où est-ce que je peux acheter les systèmes sans fil G50/G90? Vous les pouvez commander de n'importe quel distributeur autorisé. Où est-ce que je peux acheter des transmetteurs G50 (TBP12) ou récepteurs (RXS12) de remplacement? Transmetteurs et récepteurs individuels peuvent être commandés à partir de n'importe quel revendeur Line 6. Quels sont les spécifications d'alimentation Relay G50? 9V CC, 500mA, pin central négatif (2.1mm). Visitez le lien suivant pour plus d'informations concernant les alimentations: Power Supply and Amp Power F.A.Q. Comment est-ce que le récepteur G90 est allumé? Le Relay utilise un câble d'alimentation standard IEC. Est-ce que je peux utiliser un Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 pour allumer le récepteur Relay G30? Oui mais vous devez utiliser le câble Voodoo Lab "doubler" et les deux sorties 5 et 6 du Pedal Power Plus sur la position "normal". Visitez le lien suivant pour plus d'informations sur les câbles "doubler" disponibles de Voodoo Lab: Câbles Voodoo Lab Quel câble est-ce que j'ai besoin pour la connexion guitar – transmetteur Relay TBP12? Le transmetteur Relay G50/G90 (TBP12) utilise un câble TA4f à ¼" (6.35mm). Quelle est le brochage pour câbler le connecteur TA4F? Broche 1 – Terre. Broche 2 – V+ Broche 3 – Signal Broche 4 – Z (laissez ouvert pour l'instrument)(court avec broche 3 pour connexion avec mirco) Combien de canaux est-ce que le G50/G90 a? Est-ce qu'ils partagent les canaux avec le système G30? Les G50/G90 ont 12 canaux et partagent les premières 6 avec le G30. Est-ce que je peux utiliser le TBP12 du G50 pour transmettre à un G90 ou G30? (ou inversement?) Oui, tous les transmetteurs Line 6 2.4GHz fonctionnent avec tous les récepteurs Line 6 2.4GHz. Quelles antennes fonctionnent avec le G50 et G90? G50: Antennes quart d'onde, connecteurs BNC détachables. G90: Antennes demi-onde. Les antennes peuvent-êtres détachés mais une connexion RG58-50 Ohm est nécessaire. Assurez-vous que les antennes ne sont pas dans un boîtier métallique ou touchent un métal. Mettez les antennes le plus haut possible. Combien de temps dure la paire de piles AA dans l'émetteur? 8 heures sur configuration "High Power" et 11 heures sur "Low Power". Si vous laissez le câble branché mais vous éteignez l'émetteur, il n'ya pas de vidange de la batterie. Comment est-ce que la jauge de batterie fonctionne? La jauge de batterie affiche des incréments de 20 minutes. Parfois, la jauge peut vous indiquer plus de batterie qu'en réalité disponible. C'est un problème connu avec les batteries alcalines. Est-ce que je peux utiliser des batteries rechargeables? Oui, mais les heurs et minutes sont calculés à partir des batteries alcalines, donc peuvent êtres inexactes. Quelques batteries rechargeables Certains rechargeables tandis étiquetées AA ne sont pas vraies AA et ne fonctionneront pas. Quelle est la différence entre la sortie Main et la sortie Tuner? La sortie Tuner fonctionne si le transmetteur est mis en sourdine. Quelle est la différence entre les systèmes G50/G90 et la série X2? Le Relay fonctionne sur la fréquence plus haute de 2.4GHz avec 12 canaux plutôt que 5. Est-ce que les antennes de récepteur RXR12 peuvent-être reliées? Jusqu'à 6 récepteurs peuvent être chaînés. Le dernier appareil dans la chaîne doit être "terminé" si vous relies les récepteurs. Je suis un harmoniciste et je voudrais bien utiliser le G50/G90 avec un micro harmonica (impédance et sorite haute). Sortie d'environ 3V à 4V. Est qu'il y aura du clipping ou de la distorsion du signal de sortie? Pas de problème ni avec l'impédance ou niveau d'entrée. Les transmetteurs Relay (TBP12) peuvent traiter des entrées de 6V. Comment est-ce que je peux enregistrer mon système Relay G30? Vous le pouvez enregistrer ici: Enregistrement Line 6. États LED: TBP12: LED Bleu: Batterie pleine. LED Rouge continu: Batterie faible. LED Rouge clignotant: Batterie très faible, changez la batterie. Audio LED: Vert: Signal audio.
  5. Deutsch Français Q: Where do I get a Relay G30 Series Wireless System for use in the US? A: The Relay G30 is available at all authorized Line 6 dealers. To locate a dealer near you, please see our Dealer Finder. Q: Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? A: USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Q: Where can I purchase replacement Relay G30 transmitters (TBP06) or receivers (RXS06)? A: You can order them from any authorized dealer. Q: What are the specs on the provided Relay G30 Series power supply (DC-1G)? A: 9.6V DC, 500mA, pin center negative.? See the following link for more power supply FAQs: Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Q: Can I use a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 to power the Relay G30 receiver? A: Yes, but you will need to use the Voodoo lab "doubler" cable and you will need to use any two outputs of the Pedal Power Plus set to the "normal" position. See the following link for more information on the "doubler" cable available from Voodoo Lab: Voodoo Lab cables Q: What type of cable do I need between my guitar & Relay G30 (TBP06) transmitter? A: Any mono (tip-sleeve) instrument cable will work for both the instrument to the transmitter and the receiver output. We do not recommend using TRS ("stereo") instrument cables. Q: If you leave the transmitter cable plugged but turn the power off on the transmitter, does the cable still use up battery life even if the transmitter is powered off? Similar to some analog stomp boxes? A: When the power is switched off, the audio input has no bearing on battery draw, cable in or out. Q: Is the Relay G30 (TBP06) transmitter compatible with the X2 receiver (or vice versa)? A: Both systems run in completely different frequency ranges so they are not compatible with each other, but X2 and Relay units can be used on the same stage (along with any other analog wireless systems) with no problems. Q: I'm a harmonica player and would like to use the G30 with a bullet microphone (high impedance and high output). Its output peaks at approximately 3V to 4V. Will there be clipping or distortion of the output? A: No problem with either impedance or input level. The Relay transmitters (TBP06 and TBP12) will handle 6V inputs. Q: What is the output impedance of the RXS06 Receiver ? A: The output impedance of the RXS06 Receiver is 200 ohms. Q: How do I register my Relay G30 System? A: You can register on your account: Gear Registration LED States: TBP06 BATT: Blue: On Red: Low battery Purple: On channel change AUDIO: Green: Signal at input Orange: On power / channel change. RXS06 POWER: Blue: On AUDIO: Green: Signal at receiver input Transmitter Status: Top: Signal Strength Bot: Tx Battery Life F.A.Q.: G30 Wireless: Où est-ce que je peux acheter un système sans fil Relay G30 en France/Belgique? Le Relay G30 est disponible à tous les revendeurs Line 6 autorisés. Utilisez ce lien pour trouver un distributeur près de chez vous: Dealer Finder Est-ce que USB 3.0 crée des interférences dans la gamme de fréquences 2,4 GHz? Les câbles et périphériques USB 3.0 sont connus pour émettre des interférences de fréquence radio dans la bande 2,4 GHz, que cause une gamme et/ou performance des appareils 2.4 GHz réduite dans la proximité. (Y inclus sont les claviers ou souris sans fil, WiFi, etc.) Nous recommandons de placer le récepteur sans fil numérique au moins 2 mètres loin des appareils USB 3.0 et ses câbles. Voici un lien vers une étude réalisée par Intel au sujet de cette interférence: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Où est-ce que je peux acheter des Relay G30 émetteurs (TBP06) ou récepteurs (RXX06) de remplacement? Vous les pouvez commander de n'importe quel distributeur autorisé. Quels sont les spécifications d'alimentation fournie avec la série Relay G30 ? (DC-1G) 9,6V DC, 500mA avec broche centrale négative. Visitez ce site pour plus d'informations concernant les alimentations: Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Est-ce que je peux utiliser un Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 pour allumer le récepteur Relay G30? Oui mais vous devez utiliser le câble Voodoo Lab "doubler" et deux sorties du Pedal Power Plus sur la position "normal". Visitez le lien suivant pour plus d'informations sur les câbles "doubler" disponibles de Voodoo Lab: Câbles Voodoo Lab Quel type de câble est-ce que j'ai besoin pour connecter ma guitare et mon transmetteur Relay G30 (TBP06)? N'importe quel câble instrument mono (TS) fonctionnera pour la connexion de l'instrument à l'émetteur et à la sortie du récepteur. Nous ne recommandons pas l'utilisation d'un câble instrument stéréo (TRS). Si vous laissez le câble instrument branché mais éteignez le transmetteur, est-ce que le câble toujours utilise la batterie même si l'émetteur est éteint? Comme pour quelques pédales d'effets analogues? Si le transmetteur est éteint, l'entrée audio n'a pas d'incidence sur la batterie, avec ou sans câble. Est-ce que le transmetteur Relay G30 (TBP06) est compatible avec le récepteur X2 ou inversement? Les deux systèmes utilisent des gammes de fréquences complètement différentes donc ils ne sont pas compatibles MAIS les deux peuvent être utilisés dans la même scène (avec autres systèmes sans fils analogues) sans problèmes. Je suis un harmoniciste et je voudrais bien utiliser le G30 avec un micro harmonica (impédance et sorite haute). Sortie d'environ 3V à 4V. Est qu'il y aura du clipping ou de la distorsion du signal de sortie? Pas de problème ni avec l'impédance ou niveau d'entrée. Les transmetteurs Relay (TBP06 et TBP12) peuvent traiter des entrées de 6V. Quel est l'impédance de sortie du récepteur RXS06? L'impédance de sortie du récepteurs RXS06 est 200 Ohms. Comment est-ce que je peux enregistrer mon système Relay G30? Vous le pouvez enregistrer ici: Enregistrement Line 6. États LED: TBP06: BATT: Bleu: Allumé. Rouge: Batterie faible. Violet: Changement de canal. AUDIO: Vert: Signal à l'entrée. Orange: Allumé et changement de canal. RXS06: POWER: Bleu: Allumé. AUDIO: Vert: Signal à la sortie. État du transmetteur: En haut: Puissance du signal. En bas: Vie de la pile. F.A.Q. zum Relay G30 Wireless: Wo bekomme ich ein Relay G30 Wireless System in Deutschland her? Das Relay G30 ist bei allen autorisierten Line 6 Händlern erhältlich. Um einen Händler is Ihrer Nähe zu finden klicken Sie auf diesen Link: www.de.line6.com/dealers/ Entstehen Interferenzen durch USB 3.0 im 2,4GHz Frequenzbereich? USB 3.0 Computerkabel und –geräte sind dafür bekannt Interferenzen bei Radio Frequenzen im 2,4GHz Bereich zu erzeugen was zu verringerter Reichweite und Performance für alle 2.4GHz Geräte (inklusive kabellose Tastatur oder Maus sowie WiFi und viele andere) in der Nähe führen kann. Wir empfehlen alle digitalen Kabellosempfänger mindestens 2m von den USB 3.0 Geräten und deren Verkablung weit weg zu plazieren. Nachstehend können Sie einen Link zur Untersuchung von Intel über Interferenzen mit USB 3.0 finden: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Wo kann ich Ersatztransmitter (TBP06) oder –empfänger (RXS06) kaufen? Sie können diese bei autorisierten Händlern erwerben. Was sind die technischen Daten zum Netzteil der Relay G30 Serie (DC-1G)? 9,6V Gleichstrom (DC), 500mA, negativer Zentralpol. Klicken Sie auf den folgenden Link für weitere Informationen über Netzteile zu erhalten: Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Kann ich ein Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 benutzten um den Relay G30 Empfänger zu betreiben? Ja, aber dazu brauchen Sie ein Voodoo Lab "doubler" Kabel und Sie müssen zwei der Ausgänge des Pedal Power Plus verwenden, die auf "normal" eingestellt sind. Klicken Sie auf den folgenden Link um mehr Informationen über "doubler" Kabbel von Voodoo Labs zu erhalten: Voodoo Lab Kabel Welche Art Kabel brauche ich zwischen meiner Gitarre und dem Relay G30 Transmitter (TBP06)? Irgend ein Mono (TS) Instrumentkabel wird funktionieren für die Verbindung von Instrument zu Transmitter und zu Empfänger-Ausgang. Wir raten davon ab ein Stereo (TRS) Instrument-Kabel zu benutzen. Wenn man das Transmitterkabel stecken lässt aber den Transmitter selbst abschaltet, verbraucht das Kabel dann weiterhin Batterielaufzeit obwohl der Transmitter aus ist? So wie bei manchen analogen Effektpedalen? Wenn das Gerät abgeschaltet ist, dann hat das Kabel keine Einfluss auf die Batterielaufzeit ob das Kabel steckt oder nicht. Ist der Relay G30 Transmitter (TBP06) kompatibel mit X2 Empfängern, bzw. umgekehrt? Beide Systeme laufen in vollkommen anderen Frequenzbereichen und sind somit nicht komaptibel, Sie können Sie jedoch ohne Probleme (mit anderen analogen kabellosen Systemen) auf der selben Bühne benutzen. Ich bin ein Harmonikaspieler und würde gerne das G30 mit einem Kugelmikrofon benutzen (hohe Impedanz und Ausgang). Der Ausgang befindet sich da höchstens bei ca. 3V oder 4V. Wird dies zu Übersteuerung oder Verzerrung am Asugang führen? Nein, weder Impadanz noch Eingangspegel sind hier ein Problem. Die Relay Transmitter (TBP06 und TBP12) kommen mit Eingängen von bis zu 6V klar. Was ist die Ausgangsimpedanz des RXS06 Empfängers? Die Ausgangsimpedanz des Empfängers beträgt 200 Ohm. Wie kann ich mein Relay G30 System registrieren? Line 6 Produkte können über das Benutzerkonto auf de.line6.com registriert werden. http://de.line6.com/account/registergear/ LED Zustand: TBP06: BATT: Blau: An. Rot: Niedriger Batteriestand. Violet: Auf Kanalwechsel. AUDIO: Grün: Signal am Eingang. Orange: An und auf Kanalwechsel. RXS06: POWER: Blau: An. AUDIO: Grün: Signal am Empfängereingang. Transmitter-Status: Oben: Signalstärke. Unten: Batterielaufzeit.
  6. Q: I am making a replacement cable for my Line 6 wireless unit - How should I wire the cable? A: Here is the wiring from the 1/8" TRS jack to the 1/4" mono plug: Tip and Sleeve from the 1/8" jack go to the 1/4" Sleeve (ground), the Ring on the 1/8" TRS jack goes to the Tip (Hot) of the 1/4" jack. Q: Is there any way to make an external antenna for the XDS95 or is it even necessary? A: The antennae are built into the chassis of the XDS95 and perform quite well. Therefore there is no need for external antennae. Q: The belt clip seems to easily fall off my strap with the slightest jumping around. How can I avoid this? A: Thin straps are typically the culprit. Weaving your guitar strap through the clip will help to ensure a secure fit. Q: I would like to buy multiple transmitters. Where can I find them? A: Please see a list of our dealers on our authorized dealers page. Any of our dealers can order additional available accessories if they are out of stock. Q: Do you offer replacement and or extra cables? Do you also offer an angled plugged cable? A: See the following link for the replacement cable on the Line 6 webstore: Line 6 Store: X2 Replacement Cable X2 Digital Wireless Systems & componants System Comparison Chart XDS95: XDR1 + XDT1 XDS-PLUS: XDR2 + XDT4 XDR95x: XDR4 + XDT4 XDR952: Omni Lav Mic XDR953: Headset Mic XDR954: Cardiod Lav Mic XDR955: Handheld Mic XDR957: Horn Mic XDR vs XDS Mode -In XDR the Q-diversity Plus feature is active to minmize signal dropouts as well as to provide a better frequency response: 10 Hz - 20 kHz +/- .5 dB -In XDS mode the frequency response is 10hz - 12khz
  7. Q: If the Line 6 digital wireless systems can accommodate an active bass guitar, will I lose any low end? A: The Line 6 digital wireless system will work great with active and passive electronics. Line 6 digital wireless systems do not compand (compress then expand) the broadcast signal like analog systems do, so there is no loss of low end. Line 6 systems simply allow the instruments true signal (whether hot or mild) to pass through to the amp. The frequency range for Line 6 systems goes down to 10Hz, allowing for amazing lows when tuning down or using a bass with a low B string. Q: How do I connect to a “full frequency” output on my Line 6 digital wireless system? A: You can access full frequency output by connecting the receiver output cable to the first ring of the TRS output jack. Ideally, this would be done with a special cable (insert cables (a type of “Y” cable) are a great choice and have ¼ TRS on one end and two separate ¼ mono cables on the other end). This also allows you to split the signal by connecting your receiver to two different signal paths (a great way to get a “tuner out” feed or go to a separate amplifier, recording device or mixer). In a pinch, you can access the ring output by plugging a mono ¼” cable half way in though we don’t recommend this for performance applications due to the cable not being fully engaged into the jack socket. Q: Why isn’t “full frequency” the default output choice? A: A standard ¼” instrument cable gently rolls off the high frequencies around 8 KHz. This is due to the capacitance of the wire and is a scenario that most musicians have grown used to. As the criteria for Line 6 digital wireless is to simply replace the cable, we chose to mimic the performance of a direct wire connection. Since we eliminate several feet of cable (and its associated capacitance), the net result was a system that performed exactly as if a musician was plugged in with a three foot patch cord, resulting in a noticeably clearer and brighter high frequency response. In order to not turn off musicians with increased high frequency response, we added the capacitance back into the signal path so that the end result was “cable gone – sound identical”. However, we really loved the increased high frequency response. Why? 1. More clarity and articulation (the reason for new strings when we record or gig, right?) 2. Phase coherency: If you boost the highs on your amp (or FX devices) you are actually adding a complex phase shift to your signal. With the Line 6 digital wireless system, you get more clarity with complete phase coherency (no phase shifting) and this really makes a big difference. 3. No boost in hiss or noise floor: Again, when you increase the highs on your amp (or FX devices), you also get an increase in hiss and noise. With the Line 6 digital wireless system, you get all of the clarity for free, meaning that there is no increase in hiss and noise (and again, no phase shift). Full bandwidth is available full time on the XLR output (as it should). Q: Would this work with a lav or headset microphone for videographer applications? A: Technically, yes. However, the frequency response of the receiver is tailored to musical instruments (10Hz – 12 KHz in full-bandwidth mode) meaning that for microphone applications, there may not be enough high frequency content when using the portable XDR1 stompbox receiver. Additionally, to access the full-bandwidth, the operator will need to utilize an insert cable (TRS to dual ¼ mono) or custom wired cable that connects the first ring of a TRS cable to the input of the next component/camera. Q: Can my XDT1/XDT4 transmitter provide phantom power to my condenser mic? A: Only the XDT4 transmitter can provide phantom power to a condenser microphone. It provides ~9v bias voltage at the tip for use with lavaliere microphones. Q: Can I connect the XLR output of my XDR4 Receiver into a mixing board with global phantom power? A: Yes, there is a resistor to protect the XDR4 Receiver from being damaged by phantom power voltage, but it is not guaranteed. Some older mixing boards from the 70's could in theory overwhelm the device depending on just how much phantom power is supplied. Q: Can I use multiple receivers with the same transmitter? A: Yes, as long as the receivers are set to the same channel and mode that the transmitter is set to. Q: Can I use multiple transmitters with the same receiver? A: You cannot use multiple transmitters AT THE SAME TIME with the same receiver as that could cause interference with each other. You can use more than one transmitter with a receiver, but only one transmitter can be powered on at a time. - Do keep the antenna clear of obstructions as much as possible - Do keep line-of-sight for maximum range - Don’t place operating transmitters near the receivers (within 3 – 5 feet). This will potentially overload the internal RF amplifiers of the receiver units and cause limited range. Practical Operating Tips For multiple users, Do consider the best placement of receivers for optimal performance. Avoid having one performer with a bodypack transmitter “ON” stand in front of a rack of receivers. This will limit the overall operating range of the furthest performer(s). One example might be a rack of receivers at the monitor position and performers often stand right next to the rack of receivers. This can become an issue the more channels you are operating. Quite often, one of the artists is also the sound person. Rather, place the receivers at a location that allows the freedom of artist/engineer movement without having “ON” transmitters get within 3-5 feet. Operating Modes It is important to have the components operating in XDR mode for optimum performance. XDR mode is the proprietary “anti-jamming” RF mode that utilizes a dual digital broadcast. To confirm that the XDR4 rackmount receiver is in XDR mode, make certain that the “MODE” LED is glowing green. If it is not, power off the receiver and power it back on while holding the “CHANNEL DOWN” button. The XDT4 transmitter should also be in XDR mode. This can be confirmed by powering on the transmitter and watching the LED power on sequence. If all LEDs glow BLUE and then a single RED LED moves through in a LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT pattern settling into Battery/Channel mode then you are certain that this transmitter is in XDR mode. If the LEDs glow BLUE and then expand out from the center LED (BLUE then RED) before settling into Battery/Channel mode then this transmitter is in XDS mode. To change modes on the transmitter, power off the unit and power it on while holding the “CHANNEL” button. Monitor the LED sequence to confirm mode. Another simple way to confirm transmitter operating mode is to monitor the color of the LEDs when audio signal is present. If the LEDs display audio in BLUE you can be certain that the transmitter is in XDR mode. If however, the audio display is in RED then you will need to change to mode. XDR mode works incredibly well. If your systems are operating in XDS mode then you will enjoy a great enhancement of overall system performance by switching back to the XDR mode. Q: What is the maximum AC signal input voltage that the transmitter can handle? A: It will accommodate a very large signal (about 6V peak to peak) without any clipping. We have had users with active pickups using (2) 9V batteries with no problems. The dual 9V's usually allow the circuitry for the pickup to operate without degradation while the batteries discharge. It is not actually outputting 9V it is more like +-5V peak at most. Otherwise the unit would distort as the battery dies.
  8. Parts Q: My X2 cable is lost/damaged. Where can I purchase a replacement? Line 6 Store: X2 Replacement Cable Q: I lost/broke an antenna on my X2 wireless receiver. How can I get a replacement? A:The X2 series uses a 900 mhz, ½ wave-BNC antenna. These antenna can be purchased from numerous audio-video or musical instrument retailers. Q: Why is my signal occasionally cutting out? A: Please check to see that your locking cable connector is screwed in tightly to the input jack on the transmitter. If not, this can cause your unit to either not get audio at all or cause the signal to cut in and out. Please see our updated manual on this website for a detailed diagram of the proper connection process. Troubleshooting The XDR4 rackmount receiver has an “RF” LED indicator on the front panel. With all transmitters powered “OFF”, scroll through the 5 channels on the receiver while viewing the “RF” LED. If this LED remains dark, then you can conclude that there is no undesired RF at your current location. If it lights RED, then there is RF on that channel. This typically does not lead to the conclusion that you cannot operate on that channel. It does indicate that there is RF present and that the range might be limited on that channel. “Drop outs” are often the cause of a bad audio connection. This can happen when the input jack is not fastened securely or when the input cable has broken down at the connector. You can visually confirm a solid “digital link” even without an audio input by powering on only one transmitter and receiver and monitor the 4 green “RECEIVER” LEDs on the XDR4 rackmount receiver. As long as one single green LED stays lit, then you have a solid link. I would confidently say that the system is working well if all 4 LEDs stay lit no matter where you go out to at least 100’ with little or no “dancing”. When they start to consistently dance you are approaching the outer edge of the operating range. This test is best performed with two people. Q: Power is on but no signal or there is an intermittent signal with sound cutting out with the XDS95, XDR95 or XDSPlus transmitter A: How far away from each other are the transmitter and receiver? You may simply just need to return to operational range. If the issue persists, you will need to replace the XC1 cable. Q: Power is on but no signal is getting to XDR95, XDS95, or XDSPlus Receiver. A: Remember to set the receiver to the correct mode and to set both the transmitter and receiver to the same channel. If you continue to have issues, replace the XC1 cable. Q: My XDS95 receiver / transmitter shuts down shortly after powering up A: If you are using batteries, try using a new set of batteries. If you are using rechargeable batteries, try a fresh set of alkaline batteries. If these issues persist, the XDS95 needs to be serviced. Q: My transmitter suddenly started producing a distorted broken up signal A: Replacing the XC1 cable would be the first thing to try, but if that does not fix the issue, the transmitter must be serviced for repair. Q: I have a buzzing noise on all channels of my receiver. A: First, make sure that the receiver is getting the proper amount of power from a compatible power supply, especially if the power is being shared with other devices. If you have active electronics on your guitar, make sure that the batteries in the guitar are fresh and power the guitar. If not, replace the batteries. Check your guitar jack to see if it is loose or shorting out and fix the jack as needed. Lastly, please remove/turn off any sources of magnetism (such as a computer monitor) that is close to the transmitter as this could be producing the noise in the signal. Q: I can only go 25 to 30 ft with my XDS95 before it drops out? A: If there is another transmitter on and set to the same channel nearby, then you would need to change the channel on the second transmitter. If there is another source of RF between your transmitter and the receiver, then you would need to move the source of RF. As a last resort, you can open up the back of your receiver and you should see 2 thick black wires soldered onto the antennas. If these wires are not soldered properly, the receiver needs to be serviced for repair. The following is a list of symptoms in which your Digital Wireless device must be serviced for repair: Symptom: I hear a "click" every once in a while when my XDS95 system is on but I am not playing? Symptom: One of the green receiving section lights does not come on even when the XDR95 transmitter is right next to the receiver. Symptom: When I power up my unit, all the lights stay on (Red or Blue) and then I cannot turn the unit off. Symptom: My XDT1/XDT4 transmitter burns up a fresh battery in 1 hour. Symptom: My XDS95 receiver does not power up with a 9v battery but it will power up on a power cord adapter. Symptom: My X2 transmitter does not power up with a 9v battery.
  9. What’s all the fuss about? Industry insiders point to 2009 as the year that analog wireless ceases to operate reliably. Digital television (DTV) broadcasts are mandated to take the airwaves and leave the old analog technology behind. How might this affect me? Many users of today’s analog wireless systems are unaware of the impending UHF spectrum changes mandated by the FCC. Furthermore, the FCC is considering potential unlicensed devices and services that would operate in the “White Spaces” (empty TV channels that vary widely from city to city). It remains to be seen what the actual impact of these new sources of interference will have on today’s analog wireless systems as these devices were not made to operate in unprotected airspace. The Line 6 Solution Line 6 Digital Wireless systems are all 2009 Compliant meaning that they will continue to operate reliably for many years to come free from the concerns of interference from DTV and others. This is made possible due to proprietary digital RF technology that broadcasts at 900 MHz while utilizing a unique digital key to lock out all other sources of interference. Will Line 6 digital wireless systems work outside of the U.S.? Your only limitation in using our systems is whether or not it is legal to broadcast in the 900 MHz range (specifically, 902 – 928 MHz). Each country has its own regulations and ways of enforcement. You should research the broadcast laws in the countries you tour in. For example, US and Australian X2 systems both transmit in the 900 MHz range. However, the US versions use 902-928 MHz and Australian versions use 915-928 MHz. You cannot mix US and Australian components. Australian systems can be used legally in the US but not the other way around. The only system available for Australia is the XDS95. There is no dual-frequency anti-jamming interference protection on this system. XDS-PLUS and XDR95 systems are not sold or configured for Australian operation. When I turn on my XDR95 or XDSPlus transmitter and receiver, the RF light comes on as soon as they are on the same channel, even before I start playing. Is this normal? As soon as your transmitter is turned on, it begins broadcasting RF (radio frequency) and data to the receiver. If you want to check for unwanted RF or look for a clean channel, leave the transmitter off while scanning the channels. Can I run two transmitters (1 instrument and 1 mic) through one Line 6 digital wireless receiver? If you wish to use two transmitters at the same time (as in simultaneous operation), you will need one receiver for each transmitter, each set to different channels. In fact, you can use up to 5 transmitters and 5 receivers set to different channels operating at the same time. You can use up to five transmitters set to different channels with the same receiver, but they cannot operating at the same time. If two or more LINE 6 digital wireless transmitters are set to the same channel, you will experience dropouts and interference. Will I have problems with noise when switching between multiple transmitters? When operating multiple transmitters, it’s best to put them all on the same channel. Power up only the unit you are currently using. When you make an instrument change, simply turn the one you have been using 'off', then turn the one you are about to use 'on', making sure to keep the same channel selected. The receiver will auto- mute when there is no transmitter 'on', so it will not create any noise while making the switch. Will my XDR transmitter work with my XDS receiver? Yes, press and hold the Channel / Mode button while powering up the XDT4 transmitter and it will change to XDS mode. Will my XDS95 transmitter work with my XDR95 or XDSPlus system? Yes, the XDS (pedal) transmitter is compatible with the XDR (rack) receiver but you will not gain the benefits of a full XDR95 rack system. It will perform more like an XDS95 pedal system. You may gain some range depending on conditions, but you will not enable the Q-diversityPLUS (anti-jam) technology. Please refer to your manual for how to change modes so your XDR receiver will recognize the XDS signal.
  10. Q: How much battery life should I expect with my XDR95 transmitter? A: During our in-house testing of alkaline battery performance, Kirkland, Energizer and Ray-O-Vac brands showed the best results. There are various test results available online that confirm this information. You should also be aware that there are black-market knock-offs out there that look “real” but fall short of the original manufacturer’s specifications. Line 6 digital wireless products now include Energizer batteries as others have not been performing up to spec. That being said, you should expect the battery life in the XDT4 to be between 5.5 and 6.5 Hours. Digital wireless technology has its own set of power demands, but as we develop products, we keep in mind the need for power efficiency. There is a big difference between 10 hours and 5 hours, but please remember the sound quality and benefits of the Line 6 digital system when compared to analog wireless. Q: Is the battery used in the receiver of the XDS95 overridden when using the AC adaptor input? A: In the current design, the battery is not overridden. What this means, is that if you plug in a power adapter to the XDS95 while there are working batteries in the receiver, the battery life will be drained in that configuration. Just make sure to remove the batteries if you are using a power adapter with the receiver. Q: Can I use rechargeable batteries with my Line 6 digital wireless system? A: Yes, but the specs on rechargeable batteries is all over the map and changes every time a battery is charged and discharged. In order to create and offer consistency, we have designed Line 6 digital wireless products to be used with standard 9V alkaline batteries. This way, we can predict and report battery life remaining with accuracy and translate that data to the battery meters that are included on Line 6 digital wireless components. Our knowledge of how consistently rechargeable batteries will work with the Line 6 digital wireless systems is limited. The rule of thumb is: As the battery remains above 6.2 V, it will continue to function. You may want to contact the battery manufacturer for further details. Q: What power supply should I use for the XDS-95 system? A: The Line 6 DC-1/DC1-G power supply will correctly power the XDS-95 system. Q: What power supply should I use for the XDS-plus or XDR95 system? A: the Condor 500ma power supply (supplied with the unit) or Line 6 DC1-G will power either the XDR Plus or XDR95 systems. Q: Where can I find more information on the power supply requirements and purchase a replacement/spare power supply? Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Q: Will my XDR95, XDS95 and XDSPlus work with 230/240 volt power? A: Yes, as long as the power transformer converts to 9V 500mA (For XDR95 & XDSPlus) and 9V 100mA (for XDS95) it will work. Our non-U.S. distributors sell 230V to 9V 500mA transformers. Q: I have a pedal board that distributes power to all my pedals. Can my XDS95 receiver share power with devices? A: Yes. Your XDS95 receiver only requires 9V 100mA, but the device will draw only what it needs. On pedal boards that share power with multiple devices, a device may not always get all the power that it needs. If power is being shared with other devices and you start experiencing any issues, dedicate power to the XDS95 and see if the issue goes away.
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