The new products include an in-ear monitor wireless system, microphone wireless system, and a vintage delay guitar pedal
The U4 wireless in-ear monitoring systems allow you to enjoy the freedom on stage that in-ear monitors provide. Connect a line-level monitor mix from a return on your stage snake (or from a mixer, music player or computer) to the U4 wireless transmitter, then connect your choice of headphones or in-ear monitors to the compact receiver. A large volume knob makes it easy to make volume adjustments without looking down at the receiver. And with five hours of battery life, over 90 feet of wireless range, and less than 5ms of latency the Xvive Audio U4 in-ear monitoring system is perfect for single-channel applications in small venues.
The U3C wireless microphone system can turn any condenser microphone with an XLR connection into a wireless microphone. The U3C is equipped with +12V and +48V phantom power, so it can accommodate multiple mics with zero fuss. Utilizing the 2.4GHz wireless band, the U3C is approved for use in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. With its high dynamic range and wide frequency response, you’re assured high-quality audio. And with 3–7 hours of battery life and up to 90 feet of wireless range, the Xvive Audio U3C wireless system is ideal for a wide range of applications, from music performances to public speaking and lectures.
In addition to XVIVE’s wireless systems, the company has entered the effects market with the V21 Echoman, designed by guitar effects guru Howard Davis. It is a simplified monaural version of the Memory Analog Delay with the state-of-the-art design based on Davis’s highly successful Deluxe Memory Man, acknowledged as among the best if not THE best analog delay pedal.
With up to 600 msec of delay time with no aliasing distortion. Buffered bypass with a 900K input impedance guarantees no tone sucking (loss of highs) due to pick uploading. Wide bandwidth – good high-frequency response even at long delay settings. Feedback control allows self-oscillation if desired. The blend control allows adjusting the output from dry signal only to delayed signal only. High-tech filtering and noise reduction circuitry guarantees an excellent signal to noise ratio, even at long delay settings.