Line 6 Relay G55/V55 Rackmount Kit

Rackmount Kit for Line 6 Relay G55 and XD-V55 Receivers
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Rackmount Your Line 6 Wireless Receiver

Mount your Line 6 wireless receiver with the Line 6 Relay G55/V55 Rackmount Kit. This handy kit lets you mount a single receiver or two side by side. All the parts and screws you need are included. The Relay G55/V55 Rackmount Kit works with any Line 6 BNC antenna system.

Line 6 Relay G55/V55 Rackmount Kit Features:
  • Put a single receiver in your rack or two side by side
  • Works with any Line 6 wireless unit with a BNC antenna system
  • Includes the hardware, screws (metric and English), and hex wrench

Rackmount your wireless receiver with the Line 6 Relay G55/V55 Rackmount Kit.

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Manufacturer Part Number 98-033-0054

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Line 6 Relay G55rack adaptor

Great product easy to install.
Music background: musician

Line 6 Relay G55/V55 Rackmount Kit

Product does what it's suppose to do. Well made. All parts fit together perfectly. Would purchase again.
Music background: Weekend Musician

Line 6 Relay G55/V55 Rackmount Kit

This kit has ALL the items one needs to mount one (or two) Relay G55/V55 units in a 1U standard rack mount cabinet/case (STD or METRIC). ALL mounting brackets are steel.Actual task is somewhat tedious in that it requires removal of several hex screws already on the receiver then using them to affix the brackets, but the hex tool is included.I would recommend using some sort of thread-lock adhesive on the BNC bulkhead adapters when you attach them to the bracket, just so you don't encounter them coming loose in the future after repeated installing/removing the antennas.The metal brackets are made from a thin gauge steel that, in my opinion, is a bit too flimsy. Once mounted in the cabinet/case, the receiver and bracket can 'flex' a little bit. However, I don't see this as leading to any sort of functional or reliability problems.Although not a real issue, but if one wants to access the receiver output from the front panel, one will need to drill or punch a hole to accommodate a 1/4" phone jack on the large steel bracket. Not a problem for the DIY musician or most music shops, but a pre-punched hole in the panel would have been nice (as long as a filler plug was included if it weren't being used).
Music background: Performing Musician
See also: Line 6, Line 6 Wireless Accessories, Line 6 Wireless Accessories