i guess technically all digital conversion has some latency but its nothing noticeable with the shure. ive walked all around my home playing, and the only detectable latency is from the sound waves coming back to my ears from across the house.Damn it. I'd promised no more buying shit.
So when you all say "no latency" you mean like 0.00 even when playing really fast stuff?
There's no sense of dragging at all?
Yes. That latency is weirdi guess technically all digital conversion has some latency but its nothing noticeable with the shure. ive walked all around my home playing, and the only detectable latency is from the sound waves coming back to my ears from across the house.
I never minded being tied to the amp. I was always a nazi about highest quality cables i could find to keep the tone. I went to a death metal concert. No one was tied to an amp. Then I researched for months. Couple guys here bring up a different brand one that is great also. Man. All I can tell you is there is no way in fucking hell I would go back to a cable. I was plugging into my interface before to play and then I would walk off with the guitar and drag it off the table....No. Can't go back. You try a high quality one, you won't be able to either. I would be willing to bet this is as fast or faster than a cable. Especially the longer cables.I'm talking being in a small room only a few feet from the speaker.
Yet to play a wireless that didn't have this super slight sense of drag to it.
Although I've never spent more than $150 either and the last time was
at least 3 years ago - so my experience is pretty lame.
That would piss me off. I never play clean, so I would never experience this. But I hate added noise. It is kinda my pet peve.I have one too, and I had to send it back for repairs twice; had battery issues, short circuit or something in the transmitter, which ate the battery even when not using it.
That has been fixed, but a very small, very hard to notice niggle I have, is this far away static/hiss that I hear, when playing on a really clean amp.
It seems to be more prominent with lower open strings (E and A), but it's so soft, most folks wouldn't notice it right away.
In a live situation it wouldn't really matter, unless you're more of a super clean, high end single-channel player. I only noticed it, when testing it at home.
The other guitarplayer in my band has one too, he never had these issues.
I haven’t used this live, but I do operate it around the house walking right past my wifi and phone Bluetoothed to a wireless speaker, and I have not had any issues. There are several “frequencies” that can dialed in on the unit to find one with the strongest signal and least interference. I think you’d be ok in your situation as the product design takes into account those potential hazards.How about interference on stage with the band mates? Or even at home at practice with them? I've got lights and many electronics plugged in; wifi, router....would this quality share device have problems on or off the stage in busy situations?