Line 6 Digital Wireless Exempt From Recent FCC Alert

March 15, 2010 by Mobile Beat

-Line 6 X2TM, RelayTM and XD-series digital wireless systems operate outside of the core TV bands-

CALABASAS, Calif.-March 12, 2010-Line 6, Inc. (, the industry leader in digital modeling technology for music-creation products, announced today that its lines of digital wireless microphone and digital wireless guitar systems, which include X2TM, RelayTM and XD-series wireless systems, are exempt from a recent consumer alert issued by the FCC.

The alert states that any wireless microphone system (or similar device) that operates in the core TV bands is subject to interference received from any other device, as well as future wireless microphone restrictions.

Official communications from the FCC have been sent to wireless system retailers and manufacturers, who in turn must make aware potential customers by posting the consumer alert on their websites and in stores.

Line 6 digital wireless systems operate license-free in the 900MHz and 2.4GHz ISM bands, and they are exempt from this and other recent FCC advisories. For example, users can continue to use their Line 6 digital wireless systems on and after June 12, 2010, which is the completion date of the digital television (DTV) transition.

More information about Line 6 digital wireless systems can be found at

More information about recent FCC consumer alerts can be found at and

About Line 6, Inc.
Based in Calabasas, California, Line 6 is a leading manufacturer of guitars, amplifiers, effects, effect processors, and recording interfaces. Line 6 is world renowned for its studio- and stage-standard gear featuring its patented amp and effect modeling and digital wireless technologies. Line 6 invented digital guitar amp modeling technology in 1996, and is currently the #1 maker of guitar amplifiers. Its award-winning products are used by musicians worldwide and have been featured on countless platinum and Grammy® award-winning titles. Line 6 is distributed in over 60 countries with operations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and China. For more information, visit

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