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This is the deal. I am in the market for a wireless instrument rig. Right now, the G30, and the G10s are the same price. I don't care about the range. I am not gigging, this is just for home, and rehearsal/jamming. I am plugging into a Helix floorboard. Is either one more stable connecting, or for some other reason, better than the other? Or should I be avoiding Line6 wireless, because of the new updates, and charging, not sure how that effects the G30, if it does? Any help or recommendations you can offer, will be appreciated.
I was under the impression the device was supposed to choose the best available channel when I dock the transmitter and the channel selector is set to Auto. It always chooses a channel with interference. I have to take the time to scan the channels with my phone to see what interference there may or may not be every time I use the device. Then manually select a channel I am on my 2nd unit. The first was already replaced by support. In addition to the auto channel issue I have had more or less all of the same issues that everyone else has posted about this product. In the end support pointed the finger at me and said it was the environment I was using it in or something else that I was doing wrong. I've worked in IT for 20 years. I'm 99.99% sure I know more about radio signals and how they work than everyone at the line 6 support department. At least anyone I talked to. This device is plagued with issues and way overpriced for the performance. I am in no way surprised that the finger was pointed at me in the end but that's ridiculous. Most of the time I use it I can only get it to go for about 30 seconds without the signal cutting out. If I'm lucky 5 or 10 minutes. But only if I scan the Wi-Fi network with my phone and then manually choose a channel. Every single time I use it. if I'd wanted performance like this I would have spent less than $100. Because that's about how much this device is worth. If that. It should not be marketed as a device to use for live performances that is a joke. Especially being marketed as a device that can be used in conjunction with other similar devices in a live performance. Fat chance. I would love to see that in action. Because there's no way. I've used products from other manufacturers in the environment that I'm using this product in and they worked just fine. I wanted a rechargeable battery so I bought this one. Huge mistake. if I were to guess the rechargeable battery is most likely the number one reason why this happens. It probably cannot produce enough power in a crowded or congested Wi-Fi environment. Rechargeable batteries are notorious for not being as powerful as alkaline batteries. Regardless of whatever the issue is if you have not bought one of these yet don't