The Xvive U2 Wireless Guitar System features digital wireless technology that delivers incredible audio quality, with a simple-to-use design, and a long battery life. The U2 delivers a full 20 Hz - 20 kHz frequency response, so you'll hear your guitar tone as it's meant to be, with an imperceptible 6ms of latency.
This wireless system operates via 2.4 GHz ISM band for crystal-clear broadcasting, ensuring the integrity of your signal over 70 feet of range (line of sight) without signal dropout. The rechargeable Li-Ion batteries make the U2 environmentally friendly, and each charge can last up to 5 hours. The transmitter and receiver are made out of a durable ABS plastic, and the built-in jack rotates 300 degrees to easily and comfortably fit most every instrument.
Get Up and Running Right Away
Simply plug the Transmitter into your Guitar (or other electric instrument) and plug the receiver into the end of your signal chain (Amp, Effects Pedal, Other Audio Device, etc). Turn on the Transmitter and the Receiver. The Blue LED light on the Receiver will flash while pairing with the Transmitter Once paired, the Blue LED will stay lit.
The U2 Wireless System has 4 channels, allowing up to four U2 sets to be used simultaneously. To change channels, double-click the channel switch on the transmitter to activate the channel select function. Click the switch through to select the channel you want:
- Channel 1: The audio signal LED will…
- Channel 2: The audio signal LED will flash twice
- Channel 3: The audio signal LED will flash three times
- Channel 4: The audio signal LED will flash four times
Repeat this step on the receiver. Note: If are trying to change channels and you are not getting a live signal, it is likely your transmitter and receiver are not on the same channel and this process needs to be repeated.
Each U2 Wireless Guitar System comes in a handsome 7.5" x 4" x 2" box and includes 1 Transmitter, 1 Receiver, and a Dual Charge USB Cable 72 ounces.
Note: Not recommended for use with guitars with active pickups. If your guitar's active electronics are wired with inverse polarity, this transmitter may not work. One workaround to this issue is to use a mono-to-mono (TS-TS) male to female adapter or cable.