Line 6 TBP12 Transmitter for G50 or G90 Wireless Guitar System

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    Product Description

    The Line 6 TBP12 Transimitter is the 12-channel beltpack transmitter for use with Line 6 Relay RX212 digital wireless receivers, and G50 or G90 Wireless Guitar Systems. The easy-to-read LCD screen displays up-to-the-minute battery life data and the active channel number. Bright LEDs offer vital battery life and audio signal data. Line 6 TBP12 has mute and channel select buttons for control, and features rugged metal construction. Protective zipper case is included.

    Product Specifications
    Line 6 TBP12 Transimitter for Relay G50 or G90 Wireless Guitar System Specifications: 

    • A/D Conversion: 24-bit Delta Sigma, 128 times oversampling
    • Input Impedance: 1.3 M-Ohm
    • Connectors: TA4f
    • Controls: Power On /Off, Channel Select
    • LED Display: Power, Audio Status
    • LCD Display: Channel Number, Battery Life
    • Battery Life: Approximately 8 hours
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  818-575-3600 Warranty:  1 Year; G-Port and RiffTrack Package: 90 Days; B-Stock: 90 Days
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    Great Product but for the price should be more durable...
    What is your overall opinion of this product?
    I have the line 6 G90 rack mount wireless and I use it with my Bass Rig. As most people know getting that great Bass sound on a wireless is hard. I have to say that Line 6 has done a great job. My wireless sound is as good or better than when I use a cable. Now for the transmitter pack. this is a replacement for my first purchase and the battery door fell apart on the first unit. I replaced just the door and it worked good for a while until recently when the transmitter went nuts and just sends out squalling noises. I think for a unit that costs this much it should last a bit longer than mine did. Because of the quality in sound, distance away from my rig I can travel. I would purchase again even though the transmitter quality was lacking. The newer units do seem more stout.
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    MSRP: $279.99