Sennheiser's XS Wireless Instrument Base Set is a one-touch ease-of-use wireless audio set that utilizes digital transmission to seamlessly link audio sources. This elegant solution makes going wireless with instruments easier than ever before while maintaining a reliable connection.

The XS Wireless Digital series can be thought of as a wireless "cable replacement". It features a single-button interface and status indicator to handle power and linking tasks. Up to 5 systems can be operated simultaneously with Sennheiser's automatic frequency and interference management technology. XSW-D devices also feature USB re-chargeable lithium-ion batteries that provide up to 5 hours of run time.

With its innovative form factor and streamlined operation, XS Wireless Digital is ideal for band practices, club dates, vlogging and freelance video shoots, as well as connection to wireless stage boxes or remote speaker links.

  • XSW-D 6.3 mm (1/4") transmitter
  • XSW-D 6.3 mm (1/4") receiver
  • Extension cable 6.3 mm (1/4")
  • Belt clip
  • USB-A to USB-C charging cable
  • Colored stickers for labelling
  • Quick guide
  • Safety guide
  • One touch ease-of-use
  • 2.4 GHz digital transmission for worldwide operation
  • 75 meter range (250 ft) in optimal conditions
  • Up to 5 hours battery life on a single charge
  • Switch between multiple transmitters linked to one receiver
  • Mix and match different connector types
  • Mute from either transmitter or receiver

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  • XSW-D Digital Base Instrument Wireless Set
  • Digital
  • Compact Portable

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