Wireless system

Fed up with cumbersome cables? Here's our pick of the best wireless systems for violins and cellos. They are an electronic device which replaces the role which your jack cable plays. Instead of using a cable to connect your instrument to your amp, you'd just use a wireless transmitter and receiver.

FAQ about wireless systems

A wireless system for musical instruments is the element that will replace the jack cable linking your instrument to the very next element in your audio signal flow.
Using a wireless system with your cello or electric violin is an ideal solution on stage or during rehearsals to be free from any movement.

A wireless system consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is positioned on the jack of your violin, and the receiver is connected to the rest of your audio signal flow. If you play a musical instrument, the transmitter sends the signal it receives to the receiver, which picks it up. The signal then travels to the amp or the PA system.

They use Ultra High Frequency (UHF) band or the 2.4Ghz frequency band which is also used for conventional Wi-Fi. Digital wireless systems, like the Xvive, use digital technology without sound compression.

The major interest of a wireless system for a musical instrument is to eliminate the jack cable in order to move freely on the stage.

Most wireless systems work with musical instruments. Some may not be compatible with the high impedance produced by the signal from bowed string instruments such as the violin, viola, or cello. In this case, the signal is distorted, interrupted or inaudible.

The wireless systems we offer on our website are 100% compatible with violins, violas, cellos and double basses.

These wireless systems have several connection channels ensuring signal stability. They use hi-fi or digital transmission via wifi, and in no case Bluetooth. Latency is therefore minimal and not perceptible to the musician’s ear.