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  1. That's annoying. I haven't but I will try that. So the SP-1 toe switch can't switch anything? Has to be the L6? Thanks
  2. Or do I need the specific Line 6 one? If I can use the SP-1, how on earth do I make it not go to 0% when the toe is all the way down? And how do I make the toe switch activate the wah/disable the volume? Can anybody help me set it up? Thanks in advance
  3. Strange request I know but necessary for a gig this week. Thanks
  4. A buffered signal is essentially the same as it would see from an active instrument.
  5. Sounds like to me that Aux In has less input signal almost? This is using a wireless, so it's a buffered signal. I was thinking about maybe sticking my wireless into the Aux and having a cable ready to go in the guitar in, just in case, but it seems it changes the tone somewhat?
  6. I'm just wondering how this section of the unit works? I've read that it has something to do with the first pedal in the chain but has anybody got a list of the impedances of each modelled pedal, or some sort of guide when it comes to that? Basically I've noted that when I use my Shure GLXD16 wireless, it's clearly buffered, whereas a cable right in sounds a little more like I'd expect a real pedalboard to sound if it was maybe only buffered at the end? I have it set to auto as it stands. Thanks
  7. Sorry to bump again, just added more information.
  8. So I have my Runt 20 hooked up in 4CM with the HX Effects. From a previous amp I've owned, I have the ground cut int two of the cables at the HX end, and also had to cut it on my channel switch cable too. I just tried a grounded cable there and it hummed like crazy. What is causing the pop when channel switching and how do I prevent it? EDIT: I've now tried every conceivable combination of grounded and ungrounded cables. The only thing that introduces the pop is when the EXT Amp jack is combined with anything else. Alone, no pop. If there is signal in the HX, it pops. Any help amazing.
  9. If I have my HX hooked up in stereo to a pedalboard junction box/interface, but only run into one amp, if I only hear the left side, is that the same as running in mono, or is the mono usually a summed signal? Obviously if you run in mono as per any "normal" setup, say using the FX loop of an amp, and you set run a stereo delay, it sums that, but if you run a mono delay, come out of the HX in stereo, but only use say the left side, is that half a signal or is it sending an equally strong signal down both channels... if that makes sense? Thanks in advance!
  10. Flew with Helix Floor in the backpack a few times. No problems.
  11. Yeah that's how I have it set now, with the final send into the FX return set at -4.0dB. I can't detect any difference with the loop in or out, so I'm guessing that's the way to go! In fact, it sounds amazing.
  12. This is with nothing at all switched on, just the loop.
  13. Hey man. I'm using an FX loop for the final send so I'm not using the master volume! I tried it though and about noon-1 o'clock does seem about right if using that.
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