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Like all Line 6 digital wireless systems, Relay is incredibly easy to set up. Simply choose any of the available channels and the transmitter and receiver lock together. Instantly. Unlike analog wireless systems, there's no need for frequency coordination or other setup hassles. You can be confident that your Relay digital guitar wireless system will work hassle-free everywhere—from national tours and local venues to church and school performances.
As a guitar player, Relay gives you instant access to the features you care about most—no more digging through menus to access essential functions. With clear, easy to read visual displays, Relay guitar wireless makes it simple to monitor battery levels and switch channels on the go. Breeze through setup and focus on your performance. Relay bodypack transmitters feature clear LED displays of power and audio status.
Our digital wireless story began in 2006, when we developed the first digital wireless systems worthy of touring on the road. We're now in our 4th generation of wireless technology, and continue refining and updating to meet the challenges musicians face. All along, we've maintained our commitment to offering tone-loving guitarists the best-sounding wireless on the planet. And we've worked hard to make sure our systems are affordable and accessible to everyone ready to cut the cable.
Analog wireless systems use the FM radio band to transmit to the receiver. FM radio requires that the audio be compressed to avoid bumping into the channels on either side of the one you are 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. Digital wireless systems don't use compressors or expanders and the signal is binary, so it is not affected by noise. Line 6 has been in the digital wireless game far longer than any of our competition. Our promise to our customers is to provide the purest possible signal quality from input to output. Therefore we don't use any form of data compression to provide bandwidth for additional channels. After all, why would you want your digital signal to experience the kind of signal loss caused by MP3-style compression? Line 6 provides the cleanest and most accurate transmission path of any competitive product in its class.
Traditional analog wireless systems are plagued by interference from TV broadcasts, white space devices and countless other sources. Relay operates in the 2.4GHz ISM band, so there’s no danger of these external sources wreaking havoc with your audio signal. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with the most advanced, reliable digital wireless solution available.