Currently Being ModeratedSep 8, 2010 9:28 AM (in response to IAKSAKATH)Re: Cabeling questions...Relay G90 - Bass Pod XT Pro
You treat the output of a G90 that same as you do a cable coming from your bass. It is instrument level, not line level.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 23, 2010 12:04 PM (in response to IAKSAKATH)Re: Cabeling questions...Relay G90 - Bass Pod XT Pro
1) depending on your rack-setup you could either connect the TS-Jack ("output") of the G90 with your line-input or try connecting the XLR-output of the G90 with a XLR-to TS quasi-symmetrical connection for better common mode rejection.
see [http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/de/e/e8/Pseudodifferential.gif] for details.
In short: use a shielded 2-channel cable and connect XLR-1 to cable shield, XLR-2 to TS-Tip via channel 1 and XLR-3 to TS-sleeve via channel 2. Dont connect shield to TS-jack.
As your G90 is no passive signal, you may use front or rear input as you like and adapt with input gain.
2) & 3) correct.