Xvive U4 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System
The Xvive U4 is a 2.4GHz wireless in-ear monitor system that creates your personal or teams In-ear monitoring system. Enhance your stage performance with the freedom from wires with stable RF connection over a 90 feet range (actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection and interference).
Powerful Headphone Drive
The Xvive U4 wireless in-ear monitor system provides a smooth frequency response with any headphones. You can enjoy up to 107 dB signal-to-noise ratio with clear, precise audio at any volume. The U4 system features High-Resolution 24-bit/48kbps audio. Broad 20Hz-20KHz frequency response and a Dynamic Range of 107dB.
The Xvive U4 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System is constructed from the highest quality components. It is housed inside a highly durable metal chassis to ensure the most reliable of wireless performances at every show.
All Wireless Plug-and-Play
The Xvive U4 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System is easy to carry and easy to set up. Simply as plug it in and turn on the power, then suddenly you have built your own In-ear monitoring system.
Fast and Simple Recharging
The rechargeable Li-ion batteries help in making the Xvive U4 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System more friendly towards the environment and your wallet. Eliminating the need to go and spend money on countless amounts of disposable batteries. The U4 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System can last up to 5 hours on a single charge.
Line Mode – Use with mixers or other professional audio devices that send line-level signals.
Aux Mode – Use when connecting consumer audio devices such as portable audio players or computers.
Live Performance Monitor
The Xvive U4 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System comes with a Male XLR to ¼" jack adapter that can be attached to the transmitter for maximum flexibility for most common audio outputs in a live situation.
If you require to use multiple units, the best practice is to use one transmitter to send signal simultaneously to as many receivers as needed. This creates monitoring for an entire band. Simply set the receivers to the same channel as the transmitter. Or in situations where multiple mixes are needed on stage, each unit has 6x select-able channels for creating up to 6 individual discrete mixes. If you use more than one transmitter, the receiver can switch between different sound sources by merely changing the channel selector.