Put the world's most popular live vocal microphones in your hand with the Line 6 XD-V75HH digital wireless handheld microphone system. Part of Line 6's high-end XD-V75 wireless series, this system is loaded with onboard DSP designed by the world's foremost tone-modeling experts. The XD-V75HH wireless system includes a rock-solid handheld transmitter unit designed to withstand the rigors of live performance. The V75-HHTX handheld transmitter is packed with Line 6's legendary DSP-modeling technology -- just press the button to select the Shure SM58, Beta 58A, Sennheiser e835, and more. One-touch setup connects your handheld mic with the XD-V75 wireless receiver.
Like 10 Amazing Mics In OneThe handheld XD-V75 system allows you to instantly call up the sound of the world's most popular wired vocal mics. Onboard DSP models include: the Shure SM58, Shure Beta 58A, Shure SM57, Sennheiser e835, Sennheiser 935, AKG D5, Audio Technica AE4100, Audix OM5, Electro-Voice N/D767a, as well as a Line 6 custom-voiced microphone model. These different models can be navigated on the receiver, or right on the microphone itself, with the selector button.
Compander-Free Design Means a Good Mic for Good VocalistsUnlike many other wireless mic systems, Line 6's XD-V75 system does not use signal companding to compress and expand signals. For you, this means that the microphone's full 115 dB dynamic range is available at all times, just like it would be on a wired mic. This makes the XD-V75HH one of the wireless microphone systems out there that actually allows singers to sound their best.
Zero Interference With Other SignalsGiven that the XD-V75 operates in the 2.4 GHz band, it won't pick up any interference from TV broadcasts, white space devices, or cell phone towers. The exclusive Digital Channel Lock (DCL) technology allows your signal to remain encoded without any other interference within a 300-foot range of use. Simply choose a channel on the transmitter and receiver and they lock together automatically. The receiver functions with 14 channels of 24-bit, 10 Hz-20 kHz audio. This gives this unit unmatched clarity and allows anyone to use it without special FCC licensing.
Run Up to 14 Channels SimultaneouslyMultiple XD-V75 receivers can be interlocked easily to create multi-channel systems. The powered BNC antenna input also allow you to daisy-chain multiple units to a single antenna array. So whether you need one awesome channel of wireless, or you want to run 14 systems simultaneously, Line 6 XD-V75 is a great choice. You can even mix and match handheld, lavalier, headset, and instrument bodypack transmitters.
Easy Real-Time System MonitoringBoth the XD-V75 transmitter and receiver units have crystal-clear LCDs to show you real-time system status. The transmitter LCD allows you to select channels, mic models or EQ filters, while showing you current battery life. The battery can also be monitored from the LCD on the receiver.
Built To LastThe Line 6 XD-V75 receiver is housed in a robust aluminum chassis. The this half-rack-space receiver includes rack ears, antenna relocation accessories and rackmounting hardware.
Features:- Onboard DSP with 10 distinct microphone models
- LCDs both on transmitter and receiver units
- Nine adjustable EQ filter models
- Dynamic control
- Powered BNC antenna input
- 1/2 U receiver with included rack mount hardware
- DCL (Digital Channel Lock) technology isolates XD-V75 digital audio from any third-party signals
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- Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
- Shipping Weight: 8 lbs
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Product DescriptionThe sound of the world's best wired mics, wireless. The XD-V75 handheld system from Line 6 sets the standard for professional handheld wireless systems for performing vocalists. Featuring exclusive microphone modeling technology, XD-V75 delivers the sound of the world's most popular wired mics combined with a proven 4th-generation digital wireless platform, the most mature in the industry. With 14 channels of 24-bit, 10Hz-20kHz, compander-free performance, the XD-V75 provides unmatched full range audio clarity and license free operation worldwide.
Microphone modeling technologyXD-V75 gives you the flexibility to choose from 10 superb microphone models, so you can be confident you've got the right microphone sound to match your voice - and your performance. Using the selector button on the microphone transmitter, you can easily audition and choose from models based on the world's most popular live wired microphones including the Shure SM58, Shure Beta 58A, Sennheiser e835, Audio-Technica AE4100, Electro-Voice N/D767a, and more.
Superior vocal reproductionThe signal from XD-V75 is so clear and strong that it sounds and performs like a wired microphone. Unlike traditional analog wireless systems, the XD-V75 does not use signal companding, so the full 115dB dynamic range is available at all times - just like a wired mic.
2.4GHz band operation, license freeEnsuring peace of mind and the most reliable performance, the XD-V75 operates in the 2.4GHz band, free from interference due to TV broadcast, white space devices, and cell phone towers.
Exclusive Digital Channel Lock (DCL) technology provides encoded digital transmission protecting every nuance of your vocal performance. DCL distinguishes XD-V75 digital audio from any other 3rd-party signal including WiFi, guaranteeing signal integrity across the entire 300-foot (100-meter) range.
Confused by wireless license fees? No need to worry, XD-V75 systems are fully FCC compliant and operate license free worldwide. Using a Line 6 digital wireless product eliminates those complications.
One-touch SetupSimply choose a channel on the transmitter and receiver and they lock together automatically - job done. For more complex installations, channel scanning is provided for advanced RF management. Battery life can be monitored on easy-to-read meters on both the transmitter and receiver.
Full complement of advanced professional featuresThe XD-V75 includes a full complement of advanced professional features under the hood including signal encryption, dynamic filters, gain control, channel scanning and more to handle the most complex applications. Built for rock-solid performance night after night, the XD-V75 receiver is housed in a robust aluminum chassis. The 1/2U receiver includes rack ears, antenna relocation accessories and rackmounting hardware.
Multiple receivers interlock easily to create multi-channel rack systems, and powered BNC antenna inputs allow daisy-chaining multiple units to a single antenna array. The large backlit LCD display gives access to all system options and controls. For complete flexibility, XD-V75 handheld, lavalier, headset and instrument components can be mixed and matched as required.
Features:- Professional digital wireless system for performing vocalists
- License-free operation worldwide
- Exclusive microphone modeling technology gives vocalists a choice of 10 superb microphone models based on the world's most popular mics, including the Shure SM58, Shure Beta 58A, Shure SM57, Sennheiser e835, Sennheiser e935, AKG D5, Audio-Technica AE4100, Audix OM5, Electro-Voice N/D767a, and a Line 6 custom-voiced microphone
- Accurate and precise vocal reproduction with full-range 10 Hz - 20 kHz (- 2.5 dB) AF frequency response
Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones
NOTE: None of the wireless systems we carry are capable of violating the FCC guidelines stated above. We are presenting this information as a matter of legally required disclosure.