Currently Being ModeratedSep 27, 2011 4:30 PM (in response to Atheist-666)RE: Problems with my Pod Studio UX2
This issue could be related to a number of things. First check your connections.
Have you tried connecting to different USB Ports?
Are you using a USB hub?
Make sure you have the latest drivers installed:
Then try the optimizations in our USB Troubleshooting Guide:
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Currently Being ModeratedSep 30, 2011 4:23 PM (in response to Line6david)Re: RE: Problems with my Pod Studio UX2
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Currently Being ModeratedJul 31, 2012 7:10 PM (in response to Line6david)Re: RE: Problems with my Pod Studio UX2
It appears I have the same problem but cannot solve it. I will list the problems I have been encounting with my UX2 and hope you can help me solve them.
- First of all, the UX2 crashes quite often: indeed, it happens a lot that it actually disconects from POD Farm, i therefore have no more sound (from my guitar/mp3/all audio interface etc) - I always have to go to File/Preferences/Hardware/Line 6 Audio MIDI Device - then the sound gets back - It is very frustating, especially when recording music and playing over a song -
- Second of all, I have recently encountered some problems with the buffer time - When I add an MP3 file to Audacity and record, it sounds good while I am playing, but as soon as I try and hear how the recording was, my track is always late (sometimes one third of a second) and it is very frustating too. I have been using the Line 6 UX2 for over 4 years now and never experienced this problem with buffer time.
I have indeed reinstalled everything last week, in order to solve the first problem I have mentioned you (sound dropping out), but the first problem is still occuring, and now the buffer time issue just appeared. Kindly advise me the best buffer time/CPU usage setting I should usee in order to have the most accurate buffer time - I should mention I am not really good with the gear talks so this is why i com to you.
I hope you can find a solution to this.
I am planning to get the HD Pro 500 in a while - it this comparable to the Axe FX? The latter is simply way to expensive for me.
Thank you and best regards
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Currently Being ModeratedAug 26, 2012 1:48 PM (in response to mattwildchild)Re: RE: Problems with my Pod Studio UX2
I solved it !!!!
I resetted the BIOS (not like tried before with setting it to defaults in the BIOS itself of my computer, i made it with the jumper on the mainboard), because of another problem with temperatures in my new flat. After that it worked perfectly, and so it does at the moment. I configured the BIOS the same way it was before, but it works!!! I think it might be something wit USB ID's or something like this, what must have changed....
Currently Being ModeratedSep 5, 2012 3:54 PM (in response to Atheist-666)Re: Problems with my Pod Studio UX2
Hey!! I thought I would add this entry.
I was having a triple pop every 6 seconds or so when I used my new UX2. I can't tell you how ****** off that made me. Anyway, after about 4 months of it sitting doing nothing I finally made the commitment to try to get it going. I tried getting rid of the USB hub, updating all the drivers, doing various Windows 7 tweaks, updating the bios, changing the buffer...all that. Nothing worked. I went through the Line 6 list of things to turn off.
It was fixed when I disabled my ethernet card. This stuff will drive you crazy but give that a try. The interface is really quite good and the Pod Farm sounds are screaming awesome. I'm now happy but it wasn't easy.