The X2 XDS-PLUS is a rugged, digital instrument wireless system sporting many features of the XDR Series. It's packed into a rugged metal chassis receiver. Thanks to its digital technology you get an ... Click To Read More About This Product
The X2 XDS-PLUS is a rugged, digital instrument wireless system sporting many features of the XDR Series. It's packed into a rugged metal chassis receiver. Thanks to its digital technology you get an extended frequency response and operating range.
Providing guitarists with total freedom, superior tone and refreshing simplicity, X2 XDS-Plus, allows a completely uninhibited musical experience. Performers can keep their energy and attention on their performance, not on their rig.
Boasting extended frequency response and dynamic range, X2 XDS-Plus produces brilliant sound quality comparable to that of high-quality audio cables. Instead of tripping over dozens of feet of tangled cable, performers will fall for X2 XDS-Plus's clear and powerful tone.
Featuring an extended range of 200 feet, the length of a hockey rink, X2 XDS-Plus provides at maximum range the same blazing signal and brilliant, uncompressed tone that it provides at the source. Analog wireless systems, notorious for rolling off low end, force players, especially bass players, to sacrifice tone for wireless functionality. With X2 XDS-Plus, players can easily interact with the crowd at the foot of the stage without any loss in sound quality.
Extremely versatile, X2 XDS-Plus even simplifies the recording process. The extended frequency response, 10 Hz “ 20 kHz, satisfies the expectations guitarists have come to demand from high-quality cable, but without the tangled mess. With their rigs cranked to 11 in the iso-booth, guitarists can play near the band and keep the all-important vibe and that ensures a great take.
Eradicating common issues that adversely affect traditional analog wireless systems, X2 XDS-Plus utilizes exclusive Line 6 dual-RF technology to guarantee a strong and constant signal and to neutralize issues of static, interference and jamming caused by cell phones, wireless networks and other unforeseen or unknown sources of RF energy.
Made in the USA, the X2 XDS-PLUS wireless system features X2's companderless technology, and dual digital transmission, for the sound and feel of a direct wire connection. It also has an incredible level of interference protection only available from X2. This wireless system contains an XDT4 digital UHF bodypack transmitter, an XDR2 digital UHF receiver, an instrument cable and 9V DC power supply. Users guide and all necessary batteries included.
Dual RF Diversity (anti-jamming)
200' operating range
2009 Compliant so it's Free from FCC & DTV concerns
Metal receiver with 1/4 Wave detachable antenna
XDT4 Digital UHF bodypack transmitter
XDR2 Digital UHF receiver
9V DC power supply included
Users guide and all necessary batteries
Frequency Response (± .5dB): 10 Hz - 20 kHz
Audio Dynamic Range: Greater than 118 dB
Distortion: 0.03% THD
Compatible Channels: Five
RF Output Power: 15mw
Operating Range: 200' line-of-sight (may vary due to local conditions)
Reviewed by 9 customers
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Great piece of gear. I've been looking around for a wireless unit for some time now and for the price/convenience of this product, you can't beat it. It doesn't change the guitars tone one bit, sounds just like a cable, but no tangles or tripping. The displays give you all the information you need and the flexibility of 5 channels. Very happy with this choice.
I became tired of the limitations of using a cord, and decided to try a cordless system for the freedom to move around, without being tied to my amp and system. I read some reviews and decided to try this one. I attached it to my system, in just a couple of minutes, (simple) and powered up and began playing, no matter where I went it was working and sounding just fine...Resonable price, easy set up and operation, no brainer, does everything they say it does...go get one, you will like it
I'm a bass player for a local Blues band and I had a wireless system which I bought from Guitar Center about 3 - 4 years ago it was a analog and worked very well but, as things progress so do freq. I noticed it getting more unwanted signals so, I talked to some people and did a little research and this unit really caught my attention. For one it's digital and has a range of 200'. I've ran mine out about 75' - 100' so far with no problem and no music drop (delay). I love the battery lights, no more guessing on how much power you have left.I put a fresh battery ($3.50)in for every show (4 45 min. sets) even though I could run another set on it. Do a little research on this system and compare it for the price and the features. If you every do get a unwanted signal you have 4 other channels to switch to. I run mine flat out from the factory with the max settings. You can also change that, but anyway download the manual and check it out for yourself. The Bottom Line, I love this unit. I have friends that have a wireless system that have paid almost double the price of this one and still get unwanted signals. So there it is. I hope this helps you......Tazz
This wireless works as advertised and is a geat buy at the current price. No sound degredation and is equal to a "good" cord (better than a low quality cord) is all situations except during a major lightning/thunderstorm. I pack my gear when the rain/lightning hits, so not an issue.
The Line 6 X2 is the ONLY wireless I would ever use with my new Gallien-Krueger rig! I wanted a wireless that doesn't kill your guitar tone and I finally found it in the Line 6. While I'm not a big fan of roaming the club during the gig, I do find it nice during sound check to actually go out front and hear the mix. I no longer trash my cords because I am now TANGLE FREE. If you are even considering going wireless I suggest you need look no further than Line 6 for price, quality, and performance. Selah.
I bought the XDS Plus, and I have to agree with all the postive reviews. 2 other players - a guitarist and bassist, have also purchased this unit after hearing, then trying mine out. I almost hope that not too many more people buy it - then I won't have to fight for my frequency!
I can personally tell you that this wireless system is one of the best out there...i've tried shure,sennheiser, among others and nothing comes close to the X2 XD plus...Im a very picky guitar player and have a very good ear...i couldnt hear any difference between the cable and the wireless...i mean it sounds like your using a high end cable....so buy with ease you'll love it!!!!....
I was skeptical at first to use a wireless system in a church setting. I was afraid of too much floor/white noise when there is silence in the room. I also wanted my Martin guitar to sound as true and clean with no coloring as when I am plugged in. This system sounds perfect with no loss in crispness or gain. I have been simply impressed from day 1 and it has been about 2 years now using this XDS+ model with only a few glitches here and there �ۡ���� the receiver couldn't find the transmitter type of thing and I think that's happened maybe twice. Usage - I use this system 2-3 times a week and have been for about 2 years now. It usually is left in place, set up in the church, but it does get moved around from time to time when I play out at other venues. Seems to hold up really well, the XDS+ receiver is built from what appears to be extruded aluminum and is pretty rugged - unlike the next model down where the case is plastic. The transmitter pack is made from plastic and has held up well from the occasional bump and drop. No problems with the wire either. I did install a right-angled jack and shorten the wire length though. I like to clip the pack to my strap and since the jack on my Martin comes out end peg, it has a much cleaner look while I play. The pack and wire is almost unseen. Battery life - is not that bad, I can usually squeeze out a 2-1/2 hour practice with 1/2 hour play time Sunday morning and another weeks practice and occasionally another Sunday morning. So I use approximately 1 battery every two weeks - depending on use. Definitely can't use a low-drain battery, it will not last but 5 minutes. The battery must be an alkaline designed for high drain devices. Most name brands are fine, but expensive. I buy a bulk pack of Utilitech 9 volts from Lowes that lasts several months. I love the ability to look down at the receiver and see exactly how much battery life I have left. When the red light comes on you still have a bit more time, but when it starts to flash, you had better finish up your song and take a break! Overall - I love this setup. It is such a joy not having a dangling cord draped across the floor to contend with anymore. The freedom to roam around is so joyous and well worth the money spent on this XDS+. I have been outside playing before and have walked all the way out into the parking lot and this unit still picks up and plays with no interference. The range is awesome. Set aside any worries about not getting your monies worth! With this unit you'll get more - freedom and piece of mind that you'll be heard �ۡ���� clean!
This is the number one in quality for one main reason; it's not out of plastic like the line 6 relay, or sure pg series. This beast is made of metal. It's the only one for the road. Do you really think plastic is gonna make it gig after gig after gig? All these other wireless systems will make it a few years, but the line 6 xds will last a lifetime. It's got good distance, too. You will never need more space, unless of course you randomly decide to walk a whole football field away from your amp. I bought this about yesterday, but you could tell it was YEARS old. Mine was made in 2008, and it is now 2012. It felt like it was brand spanken new. My favorite part of this set-up however, is the flashing lights. The signal strength going up and down like a studio mixer. Those things mezmorize me. Buy this wireless!