Originally Posted by testing1two
it's a standard analog wireless system so it won't/can't have the frequency response of the Line6 digital systems, especially below 100Hz. It might be passable for guitar but I wouldn't recommend it on bass.
what you have said is totally misleading...in respect to UHF wireless systems. i definitely would not be buying the JTS systems. almost any UHF wireless out there will accept frequencies below 100hz. in fact even shures cheap ass PGW series will, i think that is a low as 50hz. most on average are about 38hz. before you spin out details make sure you have the right information. however i would agree that even with a frequency as low as 38, its passable for a 4 string just (it sounded great on my 4-string (yamaha bb1200) when i was using my shure SLX wireless), and its passable for guitar. however if you havea 5 string you will want to have the lower frequency response.
i have a sennheiser EW100 series wireless with a frequency range of 20hz-20khz. i know that the G55 will go as low as 10hz. however i will take this system over ANY digital wireless system. i have found this to sound AMAZING on my 5 string Spector bass. it really handles it fantastically, i have over 300ft of reception (yes i have tested it), made completely of metal (minus the battery door on the beltpack), just to name a few of the benefits. not to mention i can write my name on the beltpack/reciever...lol
its not as cheap as the line 6 (i think the sennhieser is retailing around $700), however i would take my sennheiser wireless over the line6 anyday...