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  1. 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)
  2. Line6Tony

    XD-V35/V35L FAQ

    Pilot's Handbook (all technical specifications listed on page 11 of 11). The XD-V35 Offers: A superb SM58 model with cardoid pattern in the handheld transmitter A High Pass Filter in the XD-V35L body pack transmitter for optimized vocal reproduction An improved radio front end offering even better isolation from RF interference outside of the 2.4GHz band Improved WiFi compatibility when used in the RF2 Mode The ability to switch between the new RF2 Mode and the RF1 Mode used by Line 6 Relay and XD-V70/30 products XD-V35 System Components: XD-V35 Receiver (with 9V/500mA DC-1g Power Supply), THH06 Handheld Microphone (with two AA Alkaline Batteries & Mic Stand Clip), User's Manual. XD-V35L System Components: XD-V35 Receiver (with 9V/500mA DC-1g Power Supply), TBP06 Bodypack Transmitter (with two AA Alkaline Batteries), Unidirectional Lavalier Mic (with Windscreen & Clip), User's Manual. TBP06 Beltpack 1/4" TRS Connector Pinout: Tip = Signal Ring = Bias Voltage (5VDC) Sleeve = Ground Setting Transmitter Compatibility Mode (RF2 to RF1) The XD-V35 System ships set to the new dual frequency RF2 Mode. To use an XD-V35 Transmitter with an earlier generation XD-V30 Receiver (which operates in RF1 Mode), you must change the transmitter from RF2 mode to RF1 Mode. Here's how to do this: THH06 Handheld Transmitter Turn the transmitter OFF. Press and hold the Channel Select button. With Channel Select held down, press and hold the Power ON button. The Blue LED over Channel 1 will flash three times. This indicates that the transmitter is operating in RF1 Mode now. To revert back to RF2 Mode, repeat Steps 1-4. The Blue LED over Channel 2 will flash three times. This indicates RF2 Mode on the transmitter. TBP06 Beltpack Transmitter Turn the transmitter OFF. Set the Channel Select slide switch to Channel 6. Turn ON the transmitter. NOTE: The next three steps (#4-6) must be completed within three seconds of turning on the transmitter! Wait for the Blue LED to flash, followed by a Green LED flash. Immediately slide the Channel Select switch to Channel 1 (completely left). Quickly slide the Channel Select switch completely right back to Channel 6. The Blue LED will flash once to indicate that the transmitter is now operating in RF1 Mode. To revert back to RF2 Mode, repeat steps #1-6. Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? 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
  3. The XD-V75 receiver firmware can be updated via the mini-USB port connection to a host computer (Windows XP or better, or Mac OSX 10.5 or better) using the Line 6 Monkey software application. In addition, the XD-V75 receiver can function as an "interface" to update the Relay G90 and XD-V70 receivers. Updating an XD-V75 Receiver: Remove any currently connected Antennas from the BNC jacks. Power Switch to "Off" on the receiver, then disconnect the power cable to the XD-V75 Receiver. Connect a mini-USB cable to the back of the receiver mini-USB port and your host computer. Reconnect the power cable to the XD-V75 Receiver. LCD Display on the XD-V75 receiver should read: "LOADER ENABLED" (regardless if you physically flip the Power Switch to "On" or not). Launch Line 6 Monkey 1.50 (or higher, depending on current release build as of this reading). Be certain to log on in Monkey. Click on "Connect To Device" on the left. Choose "Line 6 Wireless Device USB" and click OK. In the following window, select "XD-V75 Receiver" in the list of all the wireless devices that appear. Click on the "Flash Memory" in the Update window. Click "Update Selection" or "Reinstall Latest", whichever appears. Click "I ACCEPT" and then "Yes". Don't break the USB connection during the update process. When completed you should see a "XD-V75 Receiver update successful" message. Click "OK". To get the receiver out of Loader Mode, unplug the unit, remove the USB cable, plug in the power and turn the unit on. Updating the G90 or XD-V70 Receivers: Look at the pictures in the Device Positioning for Updating XD-V7x Transmitters and Receivers document for the visual reference on how the devices must be positioned/connected physically for a successful update. Once the device to be updated is positioned/connected, follow steps 3-5 above to put the XD-V75 Receiver into Loader Mode. Click the Change Device button in Line 6 Monkey. Choose "Line 6 Wireless Device USB" and click OK. On the next screen, choose the appropriate device to update. Once Monkey switches to the new target device to be updated, follow along in the update wizard instructions in the Line 6 Monkey software window. Monkey will program the XD-V75 receiver to "connect" to the device to be updated. If you do not power up the target device when prompted within about 30 seconds, the connection will time out and give you the error message "No pass thru receiver found". After you click OK, you'll get an error message saying "Error connecting to device". Hit OK and Monkey will reprogram the XD-V75 again, then ask you to power up the target device. After powering up the device, Monkey will be ready to update it. Follow steps 8-10 above. When the update is complete, you will get a message saying so. You will also get instructions for verifying the version on the unit. To get the receiver out of Loader Mode, unplug the unit, remove the USB cable, plug in the power and turn the unit on. Having problems? Some users that were reporting errors had success when using a different computer and repeating the process. Try re-booting your computer and starting from the top by first re-flashing your V75 receiver. Once this is done you can proceed to flashing other units. If you are still having problems, create a support ticket from http://line6.com/support/tickets/. Please complete the System Profile in your account and send us a "Monkey Log" in the ticket: 1) Run Monkey until the error is encountered 2) Choose "Diagnostics..." from the Line 6 Monkey main menu (at the top of the Mac Finder) 3) A finder window will open up - you will see one or more .log files with date-stamped filenames. 4) Send the most recent log file - or any of the log files whose date correspond to the date when the error occurred.
  4. The XD-V75 receiver firmware can be updated via the mini-USB port connection to a host computer (Windows XP/Vista/7 or Mac OSX 10.5/10.6/10.7) using the Line 6 Monkey software application. In addition, the XD-V75 receiver can function as an "interface" to update other Line 6 XD-V7x Digital Wireless devices. The actual instructions are provided via the Line 6 Monkey software's step-by-step wizard. This article was created to help clarify the actual physical positioning of devices, as this will have a direct bearing on the success rate of updating the other devices in question. 1. XD-V75 Update of an XD-V75 (or XD-V70) Microphone Transmitter: note that the microphone's update chip is near the middle-top portion of the microphone; the mic is positioned sitting on top of the XD-V75's attached antenna (folded to the left/downward at a 90-degree angle), which is connected to "B OUT": 2. XD-V75 Update of a TBP12 Transmitter (physically place the transmitter as such on top of the B Out single antenna): 3. XD-V75 Update of an XD-V30 Transmitter: 4. XD-V75 Update of an XD-V70 Receiver (Note: mandatory usage of Balanced, or 'stereo' TRS 1/4" cable inbetween the XD-V75 and XD-V70):
  5. Specifications for XD-V30 series digital wireless systems XD-V30_spec.pdf
  6. Specifications for XD-V70 series digital wireless systems XD-V70_spec.pdf
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