The Line 6 XD-V70 Digital Wireless Handheld Microphone System can do what analog digital wireless systems can't. It can deliver top-notch wireless performance, simplicity, and sound on every stage aro... Read More
The Line 6 XD-V70 Digital Wireless Handheld Microphone System can do what analog digital wireless systems can't. It can deliver top-notch wireless performance, simplicity, and sound on every stage around the world—license free.
Line 6 digital wireless technology won numerous awards when it debuted in 2008. It proved that 50-year-old analog wireless technology wasn't the only option. Now in its 4th generation, Line 6 digital wireless technology is leaner, meaner and raising the bar for all digital wireless systems.
Unmatched wireless performance
XD-V70 keeps you on the air longer with less to worry about. Exclusive digital technologies ensure against all types of audio interference. XD-V70 offers frequency diversity, which incorporates a hybrid frequency-hopping spread-spectrum practice. This results in thoroughly reliable operation—even in hostile RF environments.
Broadcasting in the 2.4GHz band successfully avoids interference caused by TV stations, public safety broadcasts, cell phone towers, and other high-powered sources. Plus, it enables XD-V70 to broadcast around the world without a license.
Simply power up, pick a channel, and go. Analog wireless systems are notorious for making their users jump through hoops to get set up. XD-V70 offers the opposite: zero required adjustments, and nothing standing in the way of you and your performance.
No more show-stopping dead batteries. Get eight hours of constant usage from two AA alkaline batteries. Battery life data is monitored via clear, easy-to-read meters on the transmitter and receiver.
XD-V70 delivers clear, pure, and responsive vocal reproduction. And it does so throughout its entire 100-meter/300-foot range. (Unlike with an analog wireless system, XD-V70's audio doesn't degrade with distance.)
Recognized as a world leader in digital modeling technology, Line 6 has outfitted XD-V70 with a variety of accurate microphone models. These models enable XD-V70 to take on the sonic characteristics of six popular microphones. Via a button on the microphone shaft, you can chose from presets based on a Shure SM58, Shure Beta 58, Sennheiser e 835, Audio-Technica AE4100, Audix OM5, and Electro-Voice N/D767.
An original Line 6 microphone model, L6-DC7, features the best sonic qualities of the other six models. It has the sparkle associated with condenser mics, the ruggedness and high dynamic range of dynamic mics, and plenty of responsiveness to cut through the mix.
This modeling advantage makes XD-V70 the perfect match for any vocalist or vocal application.
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Thanks to FCC, I found this little beauty outside of regulated frequencies! Iron clad solid wire connection. Not a single glitch even in Seattle, like living in a microwave. No wind sound! Beautiful uncompress, open, informative control interface. It was a leap of faith but I was desperate now I have a reverent respect for my new 70. More quality and innovation than I'm used to. My Bose L1.2 never sounded better. Never had it feedback even inches away. I will buy more especial for it's antenna distribution system!! I am a pro telling you Line 6 is original thinking. I never would have found it without FCC scrapping my Sony Pro investment. I usually don't recommend to my competition, but Line 6 deserves their continued success.
Im a professional Touring engineer... the line 6 wireless were recommended by a friend at a church... so I bought ten for my church... they sounded pretty decent... they distorted a bit when you dug into a loud vocal, but overall decent sound, good feedback rejection... better than the beta 87's we had, but that's expected with b87's and a monitor : ) Then the issues came out: 2 started to exhibit strange digital dropouts and digital blips even when no one was around to touch the transmitters... the next week 2 more started in... so I was left with 6 working mics... now this week 2 more... i talked directly to line 6 and they are telling me its a 'hardware' issue... so I said "are you telling me I happened to get 6 bad mics when they are barely 2 weeks old?" they have yet to respond to that... while right next to the line 6 are a full stack of sennheiser EW series mics... ZERO PROBLEMS... EVER... NEVER had a bad transmitter from SENN... and they are the same price! So you tell me which 'line' you should trust.... a brand new mic that no one has truly tested out or a 'tried and true' touring brand that is the same price... FYI, the line 6 are ALL going back... decent sound or not, they should at least work. I seriously think the whole 2.4Ghz wireless technology needs time to mature. Good luck on your next purchase... chose senn... or shure [gotta show them some love as well, except for the ulx series... hate 9v for wireless] anyway.. good luck!
I won this mic at the WFX Convention in Atlanta. At first I was sceptical about the quality of the mic (as far as sound) because of the brand. The reason I entered the drawing is I liked the way it fit in my hand. Now on to the important part...the preformance. I have a small home recording studio so I thought Why Not. This mic did a steallar job in the studio! Much to my surprise! I put it up against an Audio Technica MB4k and this mic blew it out of the water. Even with a dbx Provocal unit attached to the AT mic. I took this mic to my church where it blew the VOCOPRO 5200 mics away. This thing works great live and in a studio environment. The built in mic modelers really help to dial in the mic for your voice, plus you can custom label the mic name on the lcd of the handheld unit and it will display that name on the reciever when the handheld is powered up...no more ugly colored tape. YAY!! All the hardware is included for rackmounting this mic and for repoisitioning the antennas on the rack ears. Buy it, you wont be sorry, in fact I want to buy another one.
I was about to purchase a second Shure PGX-24 Beta 58, but no one in town had one in the frequency band I wanted, and I needed a mic for a gig the next day. I recalled hearing this mic at a Mobile Beat tour stop, and was impressed with it then. I decided to go ahead, bite the bullet, and spend the extra $100 this mic costs over the Shure as my local GC had it in stock. From the moment I opened the box I was impressed. The receiver is in a solid, metal housing, and it comes complete with the necessary hardware to rack mount a single unit it, or couple to a second unit and mount the two in a 1U space. It also came with cabling and bulkhead fittings to optionally mount the antennas outside my rack case...very nice feature. When I buy a second unit (and I will be doing so), the two can share the same externally mounted antennas as the recovers are equipped with passthrough connectors for this purpose. Very well thought out. The mic/transmitter came in a very nice, padded zipper case. The case was much more substantial than I'm used to with my Shure mics. Once I had everything hooked up, and turned on, the mic sounded incredible. I tried all of the modeling settings, and although I'm not familiar with all of the models, I can say that an A/B test of my Shure Beta 58 against this mic in Beta 58 mode sounded very similar. I actually ended up going with no modeling as the standard sound is better than the Beta 58 IMHO. I even tried my Beta 58 capsule on this transmitter (screws directly on with no adapter needed). I like the sound of the Line 6 capsule much better. While playing my first gig with the mic, I noted one of the features that comes in VERY handy is an indication of battery life, both on the transmitter as well as the receiver. On the transmitter, this is an LCD readout of the number of hours and minutes of battery time remaing, and on the reciever there's an LED bar graph indication. No more guessing how much battery time is left, or throwing away perfectly good batteries just to be safe. I'm extremely happy with this mic, and I'm seriously considering selling my Shure Beta 58 wireless to buy a second XD-V70. Either way, a second one will be purchased soon. Don't hesitate...buy it...you'll love it.
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