Xvive U2 2.4GHz Low Latency Wireless Guitar Transmitter

Last updated: October 27, 2022


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Product Details

In our analysis of 18 expert reviews, the Xvive U2 2.4GHz Low Latency Wireless Guitar Transmitter placed 5th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

2.4GHz Clear Signal Transmission: 2.4GHz band is optimal for guitar wireless,Compared to 5.8Ghz with uncompressed wireless signal transmission, low noise, low latency and other excellent features, approved for worldwide use. Less Than 4.5ms Latency and Last Longer: No lag or no signal loss. effective range is about 120 feet outdoors, router through walls well,Line-0-site, supports simultaneous broadcasts on 4 channels.Built-in rechargeable lithium battery, working time is up to 7 hours after fully charged, and comes with a USB cable for convenient recharging, which ensures good performance for your every show. Workmanship and Widespread Use: 220° rotatable plug design, Use great chip, high grade materials,Drop and 5000+Pull-in test;available for most electric guitars, bass, keyboard, electric music instruments, and other musical instruments with pickup. Plug and Play: Take it out of your case or pocket, plug it in, turn on the power, Long press the signal key to match transmitter and receiver at the same time, and play. That’s how simple it is.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

A great budget option. Easy setup.
Easily transmits a clear signal. Easy to connect devices. Warranty lasts for 12 months. Rechargeable battery lasts a long time.
The tiny Xvive U2 digital wireless system broadcasts in a bandwidth which avoids interference caused by TV stations, public safety broadcasts, and cell phone towers. Less than 6ms Latency. Rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries providing 4-5 hours of battery life. Pocket-sized and fold-able.
2.4 GHz Digital System. Huge Range of 120 ft. Plug and Play. Built to be very Durable.
Great value. More than enough range for small gigs. Easy setup via right-angled connections.
In my tests, was unaffected by walls between transmitter and receiver. Rechargeable with a standard USB port. To my ears, no noticeable degradation in sound quality vs. using a guitar cable.

What reviewers didn't like

Plastic-y build. Shorter battery life than some.
Range may be less than advertised.
4.5ms Latency.
Dongles not the most elegant solution.
Can’t be used with active pickups. May experience some interference in busy venues (I didn’t test this). Plug will fit most, but not all, guitar output jacks.
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