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  • Any experience with the new Sony Wireless systems?

    I've seen a lot of ads for the new line of wireless mics/guitar systems from Sony.  They look good on paper...but I'm curious to see if any of you have tried them yet?

    My Gear:
    2015 Taylor 214ce Deluxe
    2008 Fender American Standard Telecaster
    1998 Squire MIM Stratocaster
    Takamine acoustic
    Fender P-Bass

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    Sorry, should have posted a link to what I was talking about!

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    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-audio/sony-digital-wireless-guitar-package

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    My Gear:
    2015 Taylor 214ce Deluxe
    2008 Fender American Standard Telecaster
    1998 Squire MIM Stratocaster
    Takamine acoustic
    Fender P-Bass

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    • #3
      Yeah i am also very interested.. I know people are stoaked with line 6 but i think it's becouse they were the first in the market but not necesseraly the best.. Even though it was a WTF for me when sony entered guitar world but i kind of trust them more on digital systems and heard nothing but the best reviews on this unit and i even read that people traded g90s for sony becouse of its reliability and no blackouts whtsoever. Blackouts occured in a lot of line 6 units so next week i will get the sony dwz and post a review first hand.. Hey luck is on the side of the brave so i hope i score with a cheap, awsome and reliable sony unit:-)

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      • auriemma
        auriemma commented
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        Check your frequencies!

        My buddy loved his Line 6 wireless.  It was noise free & reliable.  Problem is, it was on the same frequency as his home wireless router.  So every time he turned it on, his home wiress internet would shut down.  needless to say, its gone.

        There are also VHF and UHF systems available.  Just make sure that upi choose a freq. that the local TV stations in your area (that share those same freqs)  do NOT use.


    • #4
      Well i don't have any experience with line 6 units but i am about to buy a wireless.. I am torn between sony and g50. My post above is based only on my research on both units and i am leaning towards sony.. They are all awsome and i believe none of them are crap or unreliable. Faulty unit can allways be returned.
      I`m gonna go with sony and write a review cuz i`m interested in it. I can return it and get g50 if it`s gonna suck..

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      • #5
        And for uhf and vhf.. I think digital systems are way better from technical point of view..

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        • steve_man
          steve_man commented
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          We ended up buying the Line 6 G50.  I cannot say it enough...this thing is AWESOME!  Killer tone, great clarity, and ZERO drop-outs/issues.  Got a great deal on it from a local shop.

           

          The big issue that people seem to be complaining about regarding the Sony unit, is with the guitar cable portion.  If that cable goes out, it (at least for the time being) seems that it's virtually impossible to get a replacement...even from Sony.  I love Sony...just need to get their supply chain sorted.  Meanwhile, the G50 is amazing!


      • #6
        Hey! i also went with line6. I got an amazing deal for g90 and it really is awsome.. Still i would like to hear a first hand review of sony.

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