Line 6 adds the X2 to their award-winning digital wireless system series

Calabasas, CA (April 1, 2009) -- Line 6 is now shipping the X2 XDR955 handheld microphone system, the latest addition to its award-winning series.  

This system, which includes a cardioid microphone with a transmitter at its base and a  rack-mountable receiver, boasts an extended frequency response of 10 Hz – 20 kHz for clear and commanding voices at ranges of up to 300 feet. 

Like all Line 6 Digital Wireless systems, XDR955 features 24-bit analog-to-digital conversion and a compression-free broadcast. Its wide dynamic range of over 115 dB provides a claer sound equivalent to that of a high-quality audio cable connection.

XDR955 aims to instill confidence in professionals by incorporating multiple layers of protection that shield its signal from static, interference and dropouts.

Addtional features include a dual-RF anti-jam technology that allows for the broadcasting of dual singlas to four receivers, and the system uses a proprietary digital data stream that only recognizes signals embedded with a unique digital signature. Easy to set up and use, XDR955 includes all rack-mounting hardware, batteries and antennas.

MSRP: $859.99

For more info, check out line6.com.

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