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Line 6 XD-V35L Lavalier Wireless System

Product Code: 301150

Line 6 XD-V35L Wireless Lapel Microphone System

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Line 6 XD-V35L wireless cardioid condenser lapel microphone system comes designed specifically for vocalists, performers and active spoken word presenters. Line 6 XD-V35L digital lavalier systems feature an unobtrusive tie-clip microphone and deliver 24-bit precision for a frequency response of 10Hz to 20kHz. XDV35L operates in the license free 2.4GHz ISM band and avoids interference due to TV broadcasts, white space devices, cell phone towers and other transmitting devices.

Line 6 XD-V35L is so simply to set up, comes with 6-Channel switching so you use up to six XD-V35 systems simultaneously and clearly displays essential system status on the transmitter/receiver units including the selected channel, and battery status. Simply pick any of the six always-available channels and the transmitter and receiver lock together.

Supplied Components
XD-V35 Receiver: receiver; 9V / 0.5A external universal power supply; user’s manual.
TBP06 Bodypack Transmitter: transmitter; two (2) AA alkaline batteries.

LM4-4 Lavalier Condenser Microphone with 1/4" Jack; cardioid lavalier microphone with windscreen and clip.
Microphone Response: 10Hz - 20kHz
Microphone Impedance: XLR 150 Ohms, 1/4" Jack 1000 Ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 118dB
Microphone Connector: XLR (Balanced), 1/4" Jack (Unbalanced)
Microphone Pad Switches: None
Microphone Powering: 2 x AA Batteries (8 Hours)
Physical Weight: 1.4kg
Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 26 May 2014
    I have two of these which I use for conferences and decided to buy a third as the quality and reliability are excellent. Perhaps the channel selector slider could be made lockable to avoid inadvertent channel changes.