Xvive Audio U3 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Microphone System

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Xvive Audio
Xvive Audio U3 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Microphone System
Key Features
  • For Dynamic Microphones
  • Simultaneous Broadcasts on Six Channels
  • 20 Hz - 20 kHz Frequency Response
  • Up to 90' Range
Turn your dynamic microphone into wireless with the U3 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Microphone System from Xvive Audio. It features a 2.4 GHz wireless band, 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response, and less than 5 ms latency. The system works up to a 90' range, and includes two rechargeable batteries with a five-hour life for both receiver and transmitter units. The transmitter plugs into a dynamic microphone or into DI or XLR output gear, and the receiver plugs into a live sound mixer, portable PA system, or a recorder. This system broadcasts on six channels simultaneously, and is suitable for live vocals, presentations, video productions, and houses of worship.
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Xvive Audio U3 Overview

Turn your dynamic microphone into wireless with the U3 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Microphone System from Xvive Audio. It features a 2.4 GHz wireless band, 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response, and less than 5 ms latency. The system works up to a 90' range, and includes two rechargeable batteries with a five-hour life for both receiver and transmitter units. The transmitter plugs into a dynamic microphone or into DI or XLR output gear, and the receiver plugs into a live sound mixer, portable PA system, or a recorder. This system broadcasts on six channels simultaneously, and is suitable for live vocals, presentations, video productions, and houses of worship.

Xvive Audio U3 Specs

Wireless2.4 GHz
Tuning Bandwidth2400 to 2483.5 MHz
Frequency Response20 Hz to 20 kHz (-3 dB)
Latency<5 ms
ChannelsUp to 6 simultaneous channels
RangeUp to 90' / 27 m
AudioHigh Resolution 24-bit / 48 kb/s
Dynamic Range110 dB
SNR110 dB
RF Sensitivity-88 dBm
Total Harmonic Distortion0.2%
RF Output Power10 mW E.I.R.P. max
PortsTransmitter: 1 x XLR male input
1 x USB

Receiver: 1 x XLR female output
1 x USB
Maximum Input LevelMic Mode: 2.8 V p-p
Line Mode: 7 V p-p
Maximum Output Level2.8 V p-p
Gain Adjustment RangeMic: 0 dB
Line: -10 dB
Antenna Type1/4 Wave Sleeve Dipole, non-removable on transmitter and receiver
Antenna Impedance50 Ohms
ImpedanceTransmitter: 15 kOhms, 1 kHz
Receiver: 470 Ohms, 1 kHz
Battery3.7 V rechargeable Li-ion, 860 mA for transmitter and receiver
Rechargeable Battery Life5 hours
Operating Temperature-0.4 to 134.6°F / -18 to 57°C
HousingMolded plastic and cast metal
DimensionsTransmitter: 1.2 x 1.1 x 3.9" / 3.1 x 2.9 x 9.8 cm
Receiver: 1.2 x 1.1 x 3.9" / 3.1 x 2.9 x 9.8 cm
WeightTransmitter: 3.3 oz / 93 g
Receiver: 3.2 oz / 92 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.92 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.4 x 4.4 x 2.6"
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Phantom +48 v power ? Will it work with a Mic that needs +48v phantom power?
Asked by: Michael
The transmitter plugs into a dynamic microphone or into DI or XLR output gear, and the receiver plugs into a live sound mixer, portable PA system, or a recorder. This device is designed to be used only with dynamic microphones which do not use phantom power. This device cannot supply phantom power.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Can the receiver be plugged into a mixer that has ...

Can the receiver be plugged into a mixer that has phantom power activated on all mic channels?
Asked by: Kenneth
Yes. It will not be a problem.
Answered by: James Cruz
Date published: 2021-06-12

Is the transmitter with this set the same as the ...

Is the transmitter with this set the same as the standalone $99 transmitter, U3T, sold as a separate product? And, if so, may I use this U3 system with a battery powered condenser shotgun mic, like the Sennheiser ME66?
Asked by: Hugh
Yes, the transmitter is sold separately. B&amp;H #: XVU3T And yes. it will work with a battery powered mic: Key Features For Live and Recording Applications 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Transmitter For XLR Dynamic Microphones For Battery-Powered Condenser Mics
Answered by: james
Date published: 2020-11-04

will one transmitter work two receivers ?

will one transmitter work two receivers ?
Asked by: lee
Yes it will work. I have tried it. Hth!
Answered by: Hector Thomas
Date published: 2021-06-12

Can the transmitter be plugged into a ...

Can the transmitter be plugged into a soundboard's XLR main output and can the receiver be plugged into the XLR input of the Canon XA11 Camcorder (B&amp;H # CAXA11 MFR # 2218C002)? If so, should the XA11's input be set to Line, MIC, or MIC +48?
Asked by: Kenneth
After looking at the specs on the Xvive Audio U3 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Microphone System (Xvive), I saw that it has a maximum input level of 2.8 V p-p in Mic Mode and 7 V p-p in Line Mode. My mixer has +4dBu outputs. That's approximately 1.23 Volts which is below the maximum input levels of the Xvive. With that said, I decided to give it a try and it worked. One drawback to consider. The Xvive has a thick form factor. After plugging it into the Canon XA11 Camcorder, I could not remove it. The release button on the XA11 is blocked by the body of the Xvive. I guess it will just have to stay there so I am glad that it works.
Answered by: Kenneth
Date published: 2020-10-17

I have a C100 MK 2, was thinking that this would ...

I have a C100 MK 2, was thinking that this would be great to use with a shotgun Mic. Plug one end into the XLR in the upper handle and the other into the XLR on the Mic. This should work well, correct?
Asked by: Noah J
You would have to plug the mic into the transmitter and the receiver into a recorder, camera or mixer. This is only made for dynamic mic's. So no phantom power.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-07-30

will 1 trans. work on 2 rec.?

will 1 trans. work on 2 rec.?
Asked by: lee
No this is a one to one system.
Answered by: James Cruz
Date published: 2021-01-04

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Is the U3 approved for use in the US? On the Xvive website, it says it isnt But that seems strange because many competing wireless systems use the same 2.4 GHz range.
Asked by: Laurence
This product approved for use in worldwide.
Answered by: Vicky
Date published: 2018-11-21
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