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  2. The POD Go will be a 4X4 USB audio interface. The Stomp is 8X8. In practice, it probably won't make much difference to the vast majority of users.
  3. spaceatl

    POD Go FAQ

    Simplifies the mono switching complexity and reduces cost I imagine....Besides, if forget your adapter, then you just use a DI and the unit sums mono without the need for a dummy plug.
  4. phil_m

    POD Go FAQ

    You could use an adapter like that, but I suspect most people will just plug into a direct box. I've really never been to a venue that didn't have at least a few DIs sitting around.
  5. At this time,... no. Idea Scale would be the place to go to submit ideas for features in product. Such a feature would have to be done thru the VDI path, and implemented within the Helix, via the VDI signal path then processed/routed within the Helix, then assigned an output destination. Not something that exists. Idea Scale would be the place to go to make that happen.
  6. Refer to price tag, size, and existence of the Helix.
  7. Anyone know if you are able to assign different amp models to different strings while using the Helix with a Variax? As in, I want to lower the 5th & 6th string on the Variax and have those two strings go through a bass amp model, while the remaining 4 strings go through a guitar amp model.
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  9. I have swapped connectors L and R and it still sounds very low on the left monitor How is a gobal reset done? turning off and on? Many thanks
  10. Do you only have the distortion when using headphones? How does it sound coming out of your amp?
  11. If I wind up giving this a go, I'd be happy to share. Thanks again.
  12. What version of Windows are you using? You may need to download the correct driver for that version.
  13. Perform a factory reset. Make sure you backup your settings before doing so.
  14. No prob. If you do end up trying this, maybe report back here to let others know how well it worked. I think the biggest unknown will be what that line output from your amp really sounds/feels like, when running it through an IR. Also, as a final check you should confirm the amp's effects loop is instrument-level. They usually are, but if it's higher, then my suggested routing into the guitar input might not work so well.
  15. sweet. I think that will work then....My other guitar player said I could have it....I was like, your not 'giving' it to me......which now seems to make my decision easier, lol.
  16. Yeah, but as I said, I don't want to use a whole block for boosting. I just want to use it to increase the level of the output block. Could I change the color of the output block?
  17. The door on those transmitters is pretty rugged compared to most... especially compared to the G30 transmitters. FWIW... I used rechargeable AA batteries and after my 3 x 50 minute sets the transmitter still indicated I had over 4 hours of life left. My point is... if you had to go the elastic route (I'd use a strong elastic rather than tape), it would just be a "start of night" thing, not something to worry about mid show. If my door ever dies, I'd have no worries about using an elastic.
  18. Yes, that is how it works. The signal routing on these units is very flexible. What I suggested leaves you with the standard L/R stereo output free to run to FOH, as well as the stereo headphone jack to use. You can get the audio straight into your DAW via the USB connection (and still get hardware monitoring from the Stomp with super low latency if you plug into either of those two outputs I just mentioned).
  19. Start by having the set-up checked, preferably by a Line 6 authorized service center who knows the product and set-up specs.
  20. Back of the head-stock. When you go into the registration window and click on the product, the prefix will appear and you simply type in the rest of the number from what is on the head-stock.
  21. Are you using Line 6 Link, 110-Ohm cable or regular 50-Ohm mic cable? Impedance matters with this. It requires XLR type, 110-Ohm AES/EBU cable.
  22. Ok, the G50 was one that I had been eyeing up, as my other guitar player upgraded to the 90 I believe and he still has his 50 I could get from him if I wanted. His battery compartment door is the only issue really. but that seems to be the biggest issue with those....and to replace just the wireless transmitter, id be better off buying a new one with warranty. But I may just see what he wants to dump it for then and go that route. if I need to tape it shut or something, wouldn't be the first time in my life.
  23. These amps power tubes be matched sets, and require biasing. Best to have a Line 6 authorized tech do it so that it's spot on.
  24. capdoogie

    POD Go FAQ

    Why no XLR out? If this is supposed to be the grab and go to your gig unit I hope you dont forget your 1/4 to xlr adapter cable to go to house PA. C’mon Line 6 other companies have xlr out, on way smaller units.
  25. Thanks. I still need another output from the HX Stomp IR to either FOH or DAW. Wonder if the standard output jack on the HX would work since the FX send was being used for the return to the amp?
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