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Need a little help, i've got 2 bogner hd 100's and one shortboard, need to control both
by Idlesoul on 2013-01-16 13:11:57

IS THERE ANYWAY THAT I CAN CONTROL BOTH MY BOGNER'S WITH THE SAME SHRTBOARD AT THE SAME TIME? ANY ADVISE WOULD BE VERY APPRECIATED. "KEEPIN HAIR METAL ALIVE"



Re: Need a little help, i've got 2 bogner hd 100's and one shortboard, need to control both
by TheRealZap on 2013-01-16 15:45:06

i think you can get the idea's you need here: http://line6.com/support/message/23267#23267">http://line6.com/support/message/23267#23267">http://line6.com/support/message/23267#23267



Re: Need a little help, i've got 2 bogner hd 100's and one shortboard, need to control both
by Idlesoul on 2013-01-18 19:53:37

Thanks for your reply, but I saw that Idea before, don't care much for it. Is there anyway to just make a "y" box with one input from the floorboard and then 2 outputs, one to each head? Just asking, Idk if it will work or not, but maybe you might. Thanks, by the way incase you need to know both heads are the mk1's, thanks for any input you might have on this idea about the "y" box

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Re: Need a little help, i've got 2 bogner hd 100's and one shortboard, need to control both
by spaceatl on 2013-01-18 20:32:35

hmmm.....That's exactly what that thread is...RJ45 Y that you can buy off the shelf at Fry's...You do have to clip all but one wire, but it works to run two SV MK1's from one short board...I put the Y on the back the amp so I could run one wire to the FBV and one to the other amp...Practically a bit easier at a gig than two long wires coming from the FBV...

Zap's link seems to come up part way thru the thread...maybe this makes more sense if you missed the first page...

http://line6.com/support/thread/1093?start=0&tstart=0">http://line6.com/support/thread/1093?start=0&tstart=0">http://line6.com/support/thread/1093?start=0&tstart=0




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