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Musikmesse 2010: Line 6 launches XD-Series digital wireless microphone
Line 6 launches new premium digital wireless microphone the KD series offering unmatched wireless performance, revealed at Musikmesse 2010.
Line 6, Inc the industry leader in digital modeling technology for music-creation products, announced today the release of XD-V70 and XD-V70L digital wireless microphone systems into European territories.
Exclusive Line 6 digital technologies enable professional singers, presenters and sound providers to take advantage of simple setup and operation, and the highest-quality audio and reliability available in wireless systems.
XD-V70 digital wireless system includes a handheld cardioid microphone transmitter; XD-V70L includes a beltpack transmitter and professional miniature condenser lavalier microphone.
Both systems offer 12 channels, 100-meter ranges, and heavy-duty cast metal 1/2U rack receivers.
'XD-V70 and XD-V70L digital wireless systems give wireless performers what they've always wanted: interference-free wireless performance and high-quality audio.
From an easy-to use wireless system, remarked Don Boomer, Microphone Product Line Manager at Line 6.
'And they can be used anywhere in the world, license free.'
Exclusive Line 6 digital technologies deliver unmatched wireless performance from XD-V70 and XD-V70L. DCL' (Digital Channel Lock) technology provides an encoded digital transmission that governs against AF interference and audio artifacts.
New PDP' (Proprietary Data Placement) technology delivers frequency diversity, which ensures reliable operation even in hostile RF environments.
Both XD-V70 and XD-V70L provide the highest-quality audio.
Even at the outer reaches of the 100-meter ranges, users will receive full audio quality: 10 Hz 20 kHz AF frequency response, >120 dB dynamic range (115 dB with XD-V70), and 24-bit digital conversion.
XD-V70 features seven microphone models.
With the touch of a button, the user can select between the sounds of many of the world's most sough-after live-sound microphones.
Easy to use, XD-V70 and XD-V70L broadcast in the 2.4GHz band (which successfully avoids interference from high-powered sources, and allows for license-free worldwide use).
The systems also feature battery life meters, rack mount kits, built-in antenna distribution systems, and other time-, energy- and expense-saving innovations.Posted on 24 Mar 2010 15:53 to category : Instruments News
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