The unit, which is billed to directly compete with the likes of the Boss WL-60 and Line 6’s Relay G10S, operates in a 2.4GHz frequency band, enabling it for use right around the world. Utilising a rechargeable battery with a life of five hours, the XSW-D’s transmitter can be plugged either directly into your instrument of choice or into a belt using a clip and cable, which are both included.
On the receiving end, the Sennheiser XSW-D mounts directly to your pedalboard, and includes an integrated tuner to put it in an auxiliary pedal pedigree of its own. The unit also features a balanced XLR output in addition to a 1/4″ TRS output, letting you run a DI signal to the mixing desk should you choose. Check out the reciever below – we reckon these will sell like hotcakes for players short on pedalboard space.
The Sennhesier XSW-D also includes a connection cable, recharging system, belt clip and colour coding stickers in addition to the receiver and transmitter devices, and is available for purchase now. It’s a big launch from the company, and we’re super keen to get one in for review – keep your eyes peeled for that one soon.
Head to Sennheiser Australia to find out more today.