Line 6 has introduced V75-40V, a new wireless microphone/transmitter that combines Line 6 digital wireless technology with the renowned Earthworks WL40V premium hyper-cardioid capsule. They say that, designed for use with Line 6 XD-V75 systems, V75-40V delivers stunning performance and unmatched sound quality, representing a new standard in digital wireless performance.
Max Gutnik, Vice President of Products, Line 6, told us, "We're pleased to partner with Earthworks, an industry leader in high-definition microphones. Together we've created a digital wireless microphone that delivers performance previously found only in the highest quality studio microphones."
Here's more of what Line 6 has to say...
Designed to deliver studio-quality performance to the wireless world, the premium hand-tuned and tested capsule from Earthworks features lightning-fast impulse response, high SPL handling and a wide frequency range. A textbook-perfect hyper-cardioid polar pattern conveys exceptional detail and nuance. The result is incredible vocals that require little to no EQ.
The Line 6 XD-V system is the only wireless platform that can transmit the exceptional frequency range of the premium hand tuned and tested WL40V capsule from Earthworks. Featuring 24-bit precision for a full frequency response, exceptional dynamic range and no compression or expansion, the signal from Line 6 digital wireless systems is so clear and strong that it sounds and performs like a wired microphone.
V75-40V is a durable, dependable microphone transmitter designed to provide reliable performance night after night. The rugged metal body is designed to withstand the rigors of live performance, and a custom hard-shell touring case with soft inner padding protects the V75-40V between gigs.
Pricing and Availability:
V75-40V is expected to be available in October 2013.
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