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Line 6 Relay G50 Wireless System w/Pro Stompbox Receiver

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SKU: 991230105

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Relay® features the most advanced digital wireless technology in the industry—the same technology that professional guitarists use on stage every night. Not only does Relay deliver incredible audio quality, it sets the standard for simplicity, reliability and performance. Basically, it just works great—every time you plug in.

As a guitarist, nothing should come between you and your tone. Relay delivers renowned 24-bit digital wireless sound quality and full 10Hz-20kHz frequency response, so you’ll hear your guitar tone in amazing detail. And with a wide dynamic range of more than 110dB (A weighted), you’ll hear the full frequency range of your guitar or bass—from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows. Plus, innovative Cable Tone* technology matches the unique character of a standard guitar cable.

HOW ANALOG SYSTEMS SQUASH YOUR SIGNAL

Most wireless systems use compression to squash your signal, resulting in thin-sounding MP3-style signal loss—not Relay. Relay delivers full frequency response, wide dynamic range, and the purest possible signal quality from input to output. Plus, Relay delivers consistent signal quality up to the range limits of your system, giving you more than enough room to roam any stage. You get the freedom of digital wireless—without compromising your tone.

Analog wireless systems use the FM radio band to transmit to the receiver, which requires that the audio be compressed to avoid bumping into the channels on either side of the one you’re transmitting on. Compression is achieved by reducing gain above a certain level, which has the effect of flattening out the audio. In other words, your sine waves become squared off. Noise is also introduced from the FM process, further reducing the signal-to-noise ratio. As the transmitter gets further from the receiver this noise increases causing noticeable hiss. So the recovered signal is squared off and has noise added to it. Line 6 digital wireless systems don't use compressors or expanders and the signal is binary, so it’s not affected by noise.

 



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