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  1. I successfully installed and ran the Line 6 updater but it could not find a more updated firmware version form my Relay G10 than version 1.00 though I know new versions exist from reading the forums. I noticed that the updater will allow me to specify a file location. Where can I download version 1.04 (or later) for installation?
  2. Hey guys, I recently bought a G10 wireless. Now, i've used it live, worked perfectly and was actually very happy with it. But I got home and the damn thing will not work. The receiver is just flashing red (on the halo) about 1 flash a second, when I plug the transmitter in. The transmitter does not turn on, at all, I charged it for 4 hours, then tried it, nothing. I tried it overnight, then nothing... I'm at a loss i really am. Guitars tried: Ibanes RG8 Dingwall NG2 (this was what it worked with live) Fret King Corona Ibanez SR505 Ibanez S420 Legator Ghost 7 string with EMG 707s Any advice would be greatly welcomed right now! Thanks!
  3. Hello!!! I got a new TBP06 to my g30 and this new one have no range at all.... after 2/3 meters away from the receiver and i can see the Transmitter Status dying on the receiver end, while the Battery Status remain stable... only the wireless sinal is lost... Do i have to do something to pair this new unit? or whats is going wrong here.. Help please!! Thanks!
  4. Hello all, A common problem with the Relay G70 unit that many Line 6'ers seem to be experiencing involves the belt clip and the fact that it snaps off so easily. As some have noted, when the clip snaps off it scuffs the transmitter. I'm looking to sell my unit but I'd like to paint the scratches the broken clip left before selling it off. I'm wondering how I should go about this. How does Line 6 paint their transmitters? What do they use? What might you used, or what have you done to remedy this problem? Thanks for your consideration, Luke
  5. Hi there, actually I have my Pod HD500X mounted into a kind of mixer case ~ 80cm x 45 cm, the receiver of my relay lays beside the pod, power supply behind the Pod. I am using this already for a long time as transmitter: https://www.session.de/LINE-6-XD-V35-L.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIiZ2whIXB2gIVA6oYCh1TLARfEAQYDyABEgKy8vD_BwE I´d like to have a smaller board. --> I am thinkin about mounting my pod hd 500x on a pedaltrain 60x40 cm (or similar from palmer). my question is, if I mount the receiver XD-V35 beneath the pedaltrain , and that means also for the receiver to be consealed a little bit under the pod, will this have an effect on the receiving quality? I hope you understand my question in my bad english:-) Have a nice day! Regards Rüdi
  6. Hi Line 6 Please make a wireless in-ear monitor system... It only needs to be simple... mono, stereo & dual (for mixing to mono in the receiver) balanced inputs. And a limiter (& EQ?) I've read other people's request for an in-ear receiver & guitar transmitter in one unit. While, this is a cool idea, we play so many different instruments on stage that is isn't feasible for us... I'd rather have "instrument mounted" wireless solutions & body mounted in-ears I'm certain that so many others want a 2.4GHz wireless in-ear monitor system too... Cheers, James
  7. Support video tutorials expanding on what is covered in the two KB Documents: How to Update the XD-V7x via USB & Device Positioning for Updating XD-V7x Transmitters and Receivers 1. Updating the XD-V75 Receiver (View this video FIRST before the following target device video!) 2. Updating the XD-V70 Receiver (all other Line 6 receivers with 1/4" to 1/4" stereo/TRS connections can use this example)
  8. Hello all, I am having major issues with my Line 6 Relay G55 unit during live performances. On multiple occasions throughout my set (usually anything upwards from 2 hours) I will lose sound from my guitar completely for what is probably a split second (but feels like an hour when I am mid solo). It just cuts out. I have tried different cables from the Transmitter to my guitar and this makes no difference at all. My transmitter is always in my back pocket and I never have a mobile phone anywhere near me onstage. The receiver is usually at my feet by my pedal board (this is the third pedal board I have used with the G55 and the same problem occurs regardless of which one I am using) and I am never really too far away from it... 10 feet is probably the maximum I am likely to move away from it. Someone once told me the problem could be with the TBP12 Transmitter... something to do with certain batteries not fitting in it correctly and wobbling about to cause a momentary loss of signal. If this is the case, what batteries am I supposed to use or how do I get around this? I gig for a living and this issue is something I need to resolve asap. Many thanks to anyone that can help. Not sure if this is relevant or not... but I am from the UK if that helps in identifying battery or power issues. Thank you, Mark
  9. Not sure why my post was empty... edit: Can the G55 be used with the Yamaha SVV200 electric viola without padding? Since Line6 and Yamaha are now connected, I thought you might know. The brochures often show the G10 as an accessory, but there are passive electric violins listed too. I can't get a sense of the SVV200 output, but it is preamped, so I am assuming it is line-level. Do I need an attenuator or reamper to protect the transmitter?
  10. Hey all, wondering if anyone else has had this problem in the past with their Relay G50/G90 transmitter: My guitarist made the error of using his with a set of "cheaper" Chinese-made rechargeable batteries. I'm not sure if it was a problem with overcharging, heat, etc., but they're now stuck in his transmitter. The battery door still closes, and the transmitter still functions, but these batteries can not be removed. Almost as if they've expanded in size to the point where they're stuck. Has anyone developed a trick for dislodging batteries that have gotten stuck in these transmitters? Hoping I don't have to send it off to Line 6 in order to get this issue solved. I also don't want to attempt to disassemble the unit myself in order to remove them, as I'm sure the company wouldn't recommend that. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!
  11. I'd like to use a USB powerbank instead of 2x AA batteries, as doing so would give me much more battery capacity and in general would be more convenient for my purpouse. Question is: - can the transmitter operate under 5V or will it break anything? Thank you in advance!
  12. jakkington

    G30 Trouble Shooting

    I performed at a venue last night and my wireless intermittently cut out mostly when I was moving. I tried every channel and switched cables with new batteries. Still the problem persisted. ** This is the first time I have had this issue, but cannot afford this to continuously happen on tours and do not want to guess every night what the issue is. ** My I have my G30 receiver placed in the back of my rack (not touching metal) with velcro that runs into a chain (TS9 - ISP decimator for a more real sounding push) then into my Pod Hd Pro X. We were playing the headline spot so no other band's gear was on stage and powered on at the same time as ours and the band before us had the same issue on the same side of the stage using also a G30. I was within close proximity to the venue's wifi modems located on a shelf in the greenroom side stage only separated with thin drywall. I know they also output in 2.4Ghz. Could this of caused intermittent complete drop outs? My signal on the transmitter was full bars, I do not recall if it was red or green as I was unaware there was two colors to begin with. Is there anything else that would cause the G30 to cut out I feel I have covered all the bases except the proximity to the venues Wi-Fi source. Is there a trick to avoiding this, or anything I can do. Will upgrading to a different Line 6 Guitar Wireless solve this issue? Or do they all operate on 2.4Ghz too? (Purchased May 5th 2015)
  13. Line6Will

    Relay G70/75 FAQ

    Q: How does the G70/75 system work with other Line 6 Wireless? Even with RF2/RF3 co-habitability, that does not necessarily mean that every channel will work in the same environment. Check out the chart below to see what channels are available when using our other Relay products. Note: The G70/75 will only work in the same environment as current RF2 wireless systems. Those relay systems with older firmware (v1.0) limited to using RF 1 will not work. Q: What are the dimensions of the receivers? G70 receiver Height 2.06" Width 5.53" Length 4.06" G75 receiver Height 2.63" Width 6.22" Length 4.65" Q: Are all Line 6 Wireless receivers and transmitters interchangable with the G70/75? A: No, Only G70/75 receiver work with the TB516G transmitter Q: How is the Relay G70/75 receiver powered? A: The receiver is powered by the supplied micro USB power supply, or an optional DC-1g Q: What are the frequencies for the cable tone? Q: How do I update the firmware for my G70/75? Check out the instructions here! Q: My Windows system won't update the G70/75 When attempting to update the TBP516G transmitter using Windows 7, some users have reported that the transmitter either does not establish a connection via USB, or loses the connection during the update. It is worth noting that Windows supplies the driver for the Relay G70/G75 transmitter. There are two scenarios where the transmitter is not recognized by the updater app after connecting via USB: the updater is launched before the transmitter drivers have finished installing. This may occur more often on slower computers, computers that already have several open windows or processes, or with machines that have a slower internet connection. the "Driver not successfully installed" message appears. In this case, click "Change settings" then choose "Yes, do this automatically (recommended)" in the Device Installation Settings dialogue box, then select "Save Changes". In the event the "Driver not installed" message box is not present, you can navigate to Device Installation Settings using the following steps: Click Start, type “devices and printers†in the search box, and then click Devices and Printers. Under Devices, right-click the icon for the computer, and then click Device installation settings. Choose "Yes, do this automatically (recommended)" and select "Save Changes" button. After changing this setting, remove the USB cable, then insert it again so that Windows can detect the transmitter and install the driver for it. It is possible to see the transmitter update fail shortly after it starts. This can occur if one of the transmitter drivers has not finished installing before you initiate an update. In this case, the updater will typically display that the firmware version is unknown. The workaround here is to wait until the driver completes installation, or disconnect the USB cable, reconnect it, then start the update again.
  14. Hi folks, Just by looking at pictures, it seems to me that the G10 plug connector base is larger than a regular cable base and I'm afraid the plug won't sit properly inside the electrosocket jack cup. Worst case scenario I would have to buy an male/female adapter and plug the G10 on it, making it longer and uglier :( Can anyone confirm if it fits? Many thanks!
  15. JoshWinger

    G30 No Signal

    My Relay G30 was working the last time I tried using it. I pull it out of my case to use it at rehearsal the other day, and the receiver was not showing any transmitter status lights, and there was no sound. I tried changing to different channels, tried changing from RF1 to RF2. The Transmitter audio light was reacting when I played on my guitar, so I know it was receiving signal from the guitar. The receiver just isn't getting anything. Any suggestions?? P.S. I am out of warranty at this point.
  16. I've recently bought both a TBP12 transmitter and a G30 receiver. Both are set to RF1. When they are both set to the same channel, the receiver shows full red bar (indicating a lot of interference). This goes away when they are both on different channels, or the transmitter is turned off. This suggests to me that the receiver is recognising my transmitter as interference. Wondering if anyone has had a similar issue or a fix for this? Thanks
  17. Hi, I've searched the user manuals, I've searched the Relay Wireless area of the forum, but I cannot seem to find the physical size of the G70 receiver. If I've missed it, I'm sorry, but if anyone could enlighten me as to the size (width, depth, and height of box, not including footswitch) that would be great! Thanks, Jonno
  18. This update can be performed with either a PC (on Windows 7 or Windows 8) or with a Mac (on OS X Mountain Lion, Mavericks, or Yosemite). A micro-USB cable (included with G70) is necessary to connect the device to be updated to the computer. Please note that a Line 6 account and password will also be required, in order to download the Updater app and to sign into the Updater app when launched. If you do not already have an account, you can create one at https://line6.com/login.html. Part 1 – Installing the Line 6 Updater app: Visit line6.com and sign in using the appropriate account. Go to the downloads page at www.line6.com/software and download the Line 6 Updater app for Mac or Windows. Once the Line 6 Updater app is downloaded, double-click the file to install the app on the computer. You will be guided through the installation process. Once the app is successfully installed, proceed to Part 2 – Updating a Relay TB516 G Transmitter. Part 2 – Updating a Relay TB516 G Transmitter: 1. Launch the Line 6 Updater app. 2. Once the app is launched, enter your appropriate Line 6 username and password, and then click the “Sign In†button. 3. Connect the micro-USB cable to the computer, and connect the other end to the TB516 G transmitter that is to be updated. It is recommended that there are no batteries in the transmitter for the update process. The first time this step is performed may take up to two minutes, depending on the speed of a user’s internet connection, as the machine will attempt to install a driver. Subsequent attempts of this step should occur instantaneously if the same USB port is used on the machine. The Relay TB516 G transmitter should now appear, as below: 4. Click on the Relay TB516 G Transmitter to select it 5. Click on the “Update†button towards the right, at the very top of the list. 6. Click the “Continue†button at the upper right 7. Click the “Accept†button at the upper right. 8. Click the “Next†button at the lower right of the above screen 9. Please confirm that “Firmware Version 1.xx†is now displayed in this window. You may now disconnect the Relay TB516 G Transmitter. Click the “Continue†button and you will be able to connect another device to update, as necessary. * Note: if the update process should fail for any reason during step 8, please try the following: Disconnect the Relay TB516 G from the micro-USB cable. Insert a pair of AA batteries. Power on the transmitter. After 5 seconds, power off the transmitter. Remove the batteries and connect the transmitter to the micro-USB cable as in Step 3 of the update instructions, and continue with the update procedure. Part 3 – Updating a Relay G70 Receiver: 1. Launch the Line 6 Updater app (if the app is already open, proceed to the next step). 2. Once the app is launched, enter the appropriate Line 6 username and password, click the “Sign In†button. You will be brought to the following screen: 3. Connect one end of the micro-USB cable to a USB 2.0 port on the computer (hubs are not supported). 4. With the power switch of the G70 receiver in the “0†(off) position, connect the unit to the other end of the micro-USB cable. 5. Put the power switch of the G70 receiver in the “1†(on) position. The receiver’s audio LED should appear solid red and the “LINE 6†splash screen should appear on the unit’s display: * on some USB ports with some computers, it has been observed that the receiver may not remain on the “LINE 6†screen. Should this happen, please put the power switch back to “0†and then back to “I†again – and repeat this if necessary until the device remains on the “LINE 6†screen, as above. 6. The Relay G70 Receiver icon should now appear within the app 7. Click on the Relay G70 Receiver to select it 8. Click on the “Update†button towards the right, at the very top of the list. 9. Click the “Continue†button at the upper right 10. Click the “Accept†button at the upper right. 11. Click the “Next†button at the lower right 12. Please confirm that “Firmware Version 1.xx†is now displayed in this window. You may now disconnect the receiver. Click the “Continue†button and you will be able to connect another device to update, as necessary. * Note: if the update process should fail for any reason during step 12, please try the following: Put the Relay G70 Receiver’s power switch into the “0†(off) position. Return to Step 5 and continue with the update procedure. If the updating process should fail for any reason, please follow these instructions: For the Relay TB516 G Transmitter: Please disconnect the transmitter from your computer’s USB and close the Line 6 Updater app. Insert a pair of batteries into the transmitter. Power the transmitter on and leave it on for at least 5 seconds. Power the transmitter off. Remove the batteries from the transmitter. Reconnect the transmitter to your computer’s USB. Launch the Line 6 Updater app again, sign in with your Line 6 username and password, and follow the instructions that appear to update your Relay TB516 G Transmitter. For the Relay G70 Receiver: Please disconnect the G70 receiver from your computer’s USB and close the Line 6 Updater app. Reconnect the receiver to your computer’s USB and make sure its power switch is in the “I†(on) position. The receiver should display “LINE 6†and this should remain on the display. If it does not, please disconnect the G70 receiver and then reconnect it to your computer’s USB, so that you see it continues to display “LINE 6â€. In some cases, it is possible that this may take more than one attempt. Once the “LINE 6†screen remains displayed on your G70, please launch the Line 6 Updater app again, sign in with your Line 6 username and password, and follow the instructions that appear to update your Relay G70 Receiver.
  19. We have designed the G10 transmitter to fit into almost any guitar. However, we anticipate that there will be some rare cases where the transmitter does not fit into a given guitar. In some rare cases, the guitar’s active electronics are wired with inverse polarity. In this scenario, the transmitter's electronics can go into a protection mode that keeps the system from being functional. Original Variax compatibility We have identified an issue with the G10T transmitter, where the fit with original Variax guitars is not optimal. The affected guitars can be identified by not having the RJ45 flip cover, see photo below. For these guitars, due to the construction of the ¼ inch output jack, customers may have an issue with the power switch on the G10T transmitter. We have sourced two washers, which will correct this issue. It is up to the user which washer that they would like to use, since there are caveats to each. The first washer is part number 30-03-0080 NICKEL-PLATED BRASS FLAT WASHER 1/4" SCREW SIZE 0.260" ID 0.562" OD 0.03"-0.05" THICK This washer was sourced so you can simply slide the washer onto the G10T plug before inserting the transmitter into the Variax. This is the easiest solution, but there’s the potential for the washer to be dropped or lost when the TX is removed from the guitar for charging. This washer was sourced to go underneath the threaded nut in the Variax. You would need to use a 11mm nut driver to remove the threaded nut from the Variax, install the washer on the threaded nut, then reinstall in the Variax. This is a more permanent solution, but requires more effort on the customer’s part. The second washer is part number 30-03-0081 WASHER STAINLESS STEEL 3/8 SCREW SIZE 0.401" ID 0.625" OD 0.030"
  20. The Relay G10 utilizes 14 RF2 channels for transmission. The system performs a channel scan and sets itself to best channel every time the transmitter is docked into the receiver. This can take up to 15 seconds. If you are using G10 in a setup with other 2.4 GHz wireless devices, please make sure to switch on all other wireless devices first, allow them to initialize and set channels, then dock the G10 transmitter into the receiver for at least 15 seconds so the system can select a free channel. When using several G10 units, please start by docking the first unit, wait 15 seconds, undock it and plug it in. Please make sure that it is on (green LED on the transmitter). Then repeat this process with the next unit. The 14 channels are in place to give the system multiple options for finding the best transmission line. In a real-world environment, it is highly unlikely that a user would be able to use all 14 channels simultaneously, if they happened to own 14 G10 systems. In practice, it's feasible that operating up to eight G10 systems simultaneously would be possible. However, there may be dropouts with higher numbers, as the band will get more crowded with each additional system, especially if there is a WiFi source close by. DE: Das Relay G10 verwendet 14 RF2 Kanäle zur Ãœbertragung. Immer wenn der Sender in den Empfänger gesteckt wird, führt das System einen Kanal-Scan durch, und stellt sich selbstständig auf den besten Kanal ein. Das kann bis zu 15 Sekunden dauern. Wenn Sie das G10 in einem Aufbau mit anderen 2.4 GHz Drahtlos-Systemen verwenden, stellen Sie bitte sicher dass Sie zunächst alle anderen Drahtlos-Geräte anschalten. Erst dann stecken Sie den G10-Sender in den Empfänger (docken) und warten 15 Sekunden. So stellen Sie sicher dass das System einen freien Kanal, bzw. den optimalen wählen kann. Bei Verwendung mehrerer G10 Einheiten stecken Sie bitte die erste Transmittereinheit in den Empfänger, warten 15 Sekunden, nehmen Sie dann heraus und stöpseln sie in das Instrument. Stellen Sie bitte sicher das der Sender auch aktiviert ist (grüne LED auf dem Transmitter). Dann die Prozedur mit dem nächsten Sender wiederholen. Das System kann aus 14 Kanälen auswählen um den jeweils Besten für die Situation zu finden. In einer realistischen Beispiel-Umgebung ist es sehr unwahrscheinlich dass man alle 14 Kanäle gleichzeitig nutzen kann, z.B. wenn man 14 G10 Systemen gleichzeitig verwenden wollte. Normalerweise sind bis zu acht Systeme gleichzeitig realistisch machbar. Bei mehr Systemen sind Aussetzer eher wahrscheinlich da das Frequenzband mit jedem neuen System „voller“ wird. Weitere 2.4 GHz Quellen wie z.B. ein WiFi in der Nähe verstärken das Problem noch. FR: Le Relay G10 utilise 14 canaux RF2 pour la transmission. Chaque fois que vous insertez l’émetteur dans le récepteur (anglais : “dockingâ€) le système effectue un scan de canaux et se met sur le meilleur canal disponible. ça prend env. 15 secondes. Si vous utilisez le G10 en même temps avec autres systèmes ou appareils 2.4 GHz verifiez qu’ils sont allumés avant le G10 : ca va permettre au G10 de chercher des canaux encore libre : Allumez tous les appareils 2.4 GHz, attendez quelques secondes, placez le G10/émetteur dans le récepteur et attendez env. 15 secondes (c’est le temps le G10 a besoin pour trouver le meilleur canal encore libre. Si vous avez plusieurs systems G10 : Commencez par le premier émetteur-G10, placez-le dans le récepteur, attendez 15 secondes, Ensuite prennez l’émetteur et connectez-le avec votre instrument. (Verifiez que la DEL d’émetteur est verte). Répétez cette procedure avec chaque système G10. Le système G10 peut choisir entre 14 canaux pour trouver le meilleur canal dans chaque situation. Dans un environnement réel, ce n’est pas possible d’utiliser 14 canaux en même temps. (par exemple: si on a 14 systèmes G10) . Normallement 8 systèmes en même temps sont effectivement possible. Quand on ajoute plus de systèmes la probabilité de coupures augmente, car la bande de fréquences devient de plus en plus superposée. Autres sources 2.4 GHz (comme WiFi) peuvent intensifier ce problème.
  21. I just purchased a new TBP06 transmitter for my relay g30 system, the product number is exactly the same as the one I currently have which came with my g30 set. The old transmitter works fine but the reciever will not pick up the new one. The new transmitter flashes to say its recieving audio but the reciever recieves nothing on any of the channels. Has anyone else experienced this?
  22. Even with RF2/ RF3 co-habitability - that does not necessarily mean that every channel will work in the same environment. Check out this chart as to what channels are available when using our other Relay products. Note: The G70/75 will ONLY work in the same environment as current RF2 wireless systems. Those Relay systems with older firmware (v1.0) will not work in the same environment unless the G50 is updated to firmware 2.0 or better.
  23. Hi there! I want to use an onboard preamp (EMG PA-2 if it matters) on my guitar to push the front of my amp - going full-blast at 20 dBs of boost. I'm using a G30 wireless (which is why I want the preamp on my guitar - clean/dirt/solo all at with the guitar controls alone!). Will the G30 be able to handle that amount of gain without going into digital clipping? Has anyone tried this? Thanks!
  24. I have had a G90 Relay system for about 3 years now. I recently tried to change the batteries and noticed they were not connecting properly and actually rattling around in the transmitter! The old dead batteries were not and still fit and connected well. Both Energizer brand. The old batteries are actually a millimeter or 2 longer than the new ones I had bought. Same with new Duracell's I bought. Is anyone else having this issue and is there a fix? Seems like they are making AA batteries shorter now which for spring loaded devices it's no big deal but for this transmitter its the difference between it working and not working.
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