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Xvive U2 rechargeable 2.4GHZ Wireless Guitar System – Digital Transmitter Receiver for Electric Guitar Bass Violin Review

Xvive U2 rechargeable 2.4GHZ Wireless Guitar System – Digital Transmitter Receiver for Electric Guitar Bass Violin Review


Model: U2

ASIN: B01J78IC64


    • More than 100 feet range, Line-0-site outdoors
    • less than 6ms Latency, Simultaneous broadcasts on four channels
    • Broad 20Hz – 20kHz frequency response, 4–5 hours of battery life(Rechargable Lithuim Battery)
    • Comes with transmitter, receiver and all necessary accessories including cable,batteries
    • Universal to all electric musical instruments



U2 Reviews

“Great Solution For Hassle Free Electric Playing, Many Positives, No Problems”

I like this, its great.

I only use it at home for playing and practicing in the comfort of the home. I play with my acoustic a whole lot, although I play the same thing on the acoustic I play on my electrics, acoustic has magic activity and tone projection–but my chief acousticguitar, the only one I play, started reacting to the very low humidity and a single note on it’s unplayable, (it becomes better when the humidity goes back up) and this got me thinking about why I dont play with my electrics, and it was related to the fact that I love to sit in my back chair and do various things, watch TV, play blues harp, see you tube movies, social media, and my acoustic is correct there and can just grab it and play it. So, I understood, im not in the mood for wires and whatever confusion and mess they may bring to my space and I thought, hmmm. I wonder about obtaining a wireless thing for your own electrics. And I looked on Amazon, and had been looking as a few and they looked possible, then I saw this one–wow, this is ideal for my requirements. All I want is advantage, simply grab my guitar and play, on impulse, no plan, just what feels good. I have a roland microcube amp in the bedroom, I figured I can find another one for the living room, but at least for starters, so I might use the one I had. I ordered it, it was delivered quickly with Prime Shipping (love that instant gratification), and it was pure plug and play, everything worked flawlessly and I was in my bedroom in which the microcube was and I was like, wow, that was so simple and it seems great. So I got up using the guitar and began walking around my 1600 sq ft home. I could hear that little amp playing what was playing, regardless of where in the home I went. Interesting. I walked back to the bedroom. I smelled something burning. ???? I couldnt tell where it was coming out of and wasnt certain if it had been coming out of the Wireless, since I had just put it on and the Sky was always fine until, ive had it for close to a decade. I took it into the family room where the next electric guitar was I tried playing the radio with another guitar, still not functioning. Tried playing it using cable, still not working. Tried another amp, still didnt work, was confused. However, in the long run, I eventually determined the MicroCube was toast along with the Wireless Xvive worked fine with the other amp. It didnt initially, I believe, since I needed to change the station–doing this is brand new to me, so I was a little slow to catch on. But I would say that the Xvive wireless is kind of fool proof (me) and is quite simple to use. The directions helped me were clear. The way to use the controls (which are very few) is clearly explained.Because I experienced this crisis (described above) I called Xvive for help, late in the afternoon, I called the number on their site. I got a voice mail and left a message. It was likely around 5:30pm my time. I also emailed them. I got an email back the next morning (it was a weekend). It was explained to me that’d called on their off day and they’d return to me very soon. That night I was in a friends gig at a little restaurant, before the music began but it was dumb in there. My mobile rang, about 6:30-7pm. The amount was not recognizable. It was a guy whos name I am forgetting but he identified himself and said he was from Xvive and wanted to assist me with my issue. I explained to him the issue was solved, so it wasnt the Xvive, the Sky had expired, which I love the Xvive, and’m having fun with it. This was very important to the man, he was friendly and told me I can call him any time when I had a problem. It was difficult to hear him due to noise where I had been. I had an impression that he could be in China, I believe there was something about that on the caller ID, which I had at first thought was a wrong number.Bottom line: my client service experience was very great, but there was pronounced concern that my Xvive was meeting my needs and expectations, communication was clear and friendly, support was professional and responsive. (I bought another MicroCube on Amazon with fast delivery, it was but just like new in original packaging and then managed to put my larger amp in the cupboard, so now all the bits match as I had visualized, and this is a great solution for me to not mess the space around my reclining seat and to still have electrical guitar playing my finger tips.) If you want easy plug and play, fantastic audio, idiot proof directions, connection strong from far away in other chambers, and skilled caring customer care, and a reasonable cost imo, I would recommend this, at least for the kind of circumstances im with it in, which isn’t on stage but I see no drawback to using it on stage. Refer to other reviewers.i have had it for a month. Will update if relevant.

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