What is a wireless system for music instruments like violins?
Using a wireless system with your cello or electric violin is an ideal solution on stage or during rehearsals for the freedom of movement. They eliminate the jack cable that connects your instrument to the amplifier or to a DI box. A wireless system consists of a transmitter and a receiver. They work either with UHF technology (radio frequencies) or with digital technology using wifi 2.4Ghz. Digital wireless systems, like the Xvive, use digital technology without sound compression. They have several interchangeable channels ensuring the signal stability. The latency of these wireless systems is minimal and not perceptible to the ear of the musician.