Currently Being ModeratedDec 1, 2010 9:55 AM (in response to jecastellanos)Re: Guitar Input in DT50 and POD HD 500
You connect your guitar to the POD HD500 guitar input and you use a standard XLR cable to connect the L6 Link output of the HD500 to the L6 Link input on your DT50 fot the best setup and control of the DT50 from the HD500.
You can of course connect the 1/4" output of the HD500 to the Power Amp In socket on the rear of the HD500 like a normal amp if you want.
If you're using L6 Link I think the best place to insert your Harmoniser Rack is in the HD500's FX loop. That way you can configure some patches in the HD500 with an FX loop and others without an FX loop thereby bypassing your Harmoniser when you don't need it.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 20, 2010 11:09 PM (in response to jecastellanos)Re: Guitar Input in DT50 and POD HD 500
To clarify further, you only use a regular XLR (M / F) to hook up the HD500 to the DT50. No cable goes into the front guitar inputs of the DT50 when you use the L6 Link. You'll have to experiment with the HD500 to see if you want to use it's effects loop or the DT50's. Just make sure you enable the FX Loop on the HD500 if you use it.
Sorry late answer