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No silent recording with new DT50H firmware?
by themoveschicago on 2012-12-14 16:23:18

So before the firmware update I used to be able to record in standby mode via the direct out. But as of today after I updated it appears as if the DI only works with speaker plugged in? Anyone else experience this?



Re: No silent recording with new DT50H firmware?
by Kupsik on 2012-12-18 13:25:42

I've also noticed my DT25 head doesn't seem to send signal from XLR out when in standby mode, but I noticed it after last song of our last gig and haven't investigated it after that. I have next gig on Friday so I'm going to test it more carefully to see if we have same problem or not. If so, it could be some bug in new firmware...



Re: No silent recording with new DT50H firmware?
by themoveschicago on 2012-12-19 19:14:19

I hope it's a bug and not an intended change.



Re: No silent recording with new DT50H firmware?
by themoveschicago on 2012-12-31 09:40:02

Did we ever get any word on this?



Re: No silent recording with new DT50H firmware?
by Kupsik on 2013-02-09 21:56:31

I finally got some time to test this and I must confirm I don't get any signal from my DT25 Head in standby mode, in normal mode it works fine...



Re: No silent recording with new DT50H firmware?
by spaceatl on 2013-02-10 13:34:48

You have to put the DT25 in LVM for that to work (Low Volume Mode switch on the back)...



Re: No silent recording with new DT50H firmware?
by PDKTDK on 2013-02-11 15:32:05

That makes total sense.



Re: No silent recording with new DT50H firmware?
by puichingho on 2013-02-21 06:46:07

Is it not working in the head version? Silient recording now works in my DT50 112 in standby mode, even with speaker connected. But the direct out in firmware 2.0 has some drastic change to the level and tone and that made it totally usable. (see this post I made http://line6.com/support/thread/91702">http://line6.com/support/thread/91702">http://line6.com/support/thread/91702)




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