Currently Being ModeratedAug 5, 2009 2:16 PM (in response to rkellerhals)Re: Stereo Input For POD X3
no you don't need to pan, but i think you'll have to select the different inputs, one for each tone in the POD. you may also find that the impedance the XLR input expects to see will mismatch to your other pedals output, and an X3L or X3Pro would be a better choice than your bean as they have dual 1/4" inputs that are perhaps better suited.
also think about your other pedal output. is it stereo line level? if so that may be an issue too.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 7, 2009 11:32 AM (in response to rkellerhals)Re: Stereo Input For POD X3
+1 to Rowbi
Sounds like it will work, but you will need to give it a try to find out as all pedals behave in their own way.
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Currently Being ModeratedJan 8, 2013 6:42 AM (in response to rkellerhals)Re: Stereo Input For POD X3
Has anyone ever managed to get stereo input on the X3, specifically the Live?
I just want a way to connect a stereo input (keyboard, [i]etc.[/i]). As I supposed, and somewhat supported by earlier posts in this thread, perhaps it’s as simple as connecting L to Guitar In, and R to the the Live-specific Aux Input, then panning both.
I love the X3 Live, but this is the one thing I’m really missing. I know the POD Studio has 1 or 2 stereo line-ins (depending on model), but I can’t afford to buy that separately, and I don’t want to have to get rid of the X3 Live in order to basically downgrade to the Studio or something else.