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  1. I don't own one of these, but looking at the manual, maybe this will help: BI-AMP: When Bi-Amp Mode is activated on the "Bi-Amp Setup" TUNER/SYSTEM page , the 1/4-inch outs are both sent a frequency-split version of the Model signal. The effect loop is also fed the frequency-split signal in the Bass PODxt, so you can effect each frequency range separately. The XLR outs take their signal just after the DI>MDL mix, before the frequency-split and loop send, so their signal is normal (no frequency spilt, Model and D.I. signals are both available at their jacks as usual), except that the effect loop is not applied to the XLR outs in this mode. I/O & Dig Select - Press this to tell your Bass PODxt Pro what it’s connected to so it gives the best sound, and to choose digital audio and other options. • Press it once to select where you’re going to connect your input source to the Bass PODxt Pro, and exactly what you want to come out of the digital outputs. • Press it a second time to tell Bass PODxt Pro whether you’re using it in the studio or live, how you have connected your effects loop and what kind of digital gear you have connected to Bass PODxt Pro. • Press it a third time to access the options for Bass PODxt Pro’s Bi-Amp mode. • A fourth press will dismiss the pages and take you back to whatever was in the display before you pressed the button. Also: When Bi-Amp Mode is enabled, the low frequency portion of your signal is sent out the D.I. jack, while the high frequency portion goes out the Model jack, so each jack can be connected to a separate power amp and speaker cabinet(s) to separately amplify your lows versus your highs Balanced Analog Out - The I/O & DIG SELECT button display “pages” configure these outputs for Studio or Live Use. In Studio Mode, they’re ready to plug into a recorder with balanced +4 dBu inputs. In Live Mode, they’re ready to send great sounding –10dBV signals to the house sound system or P.A. The front panel Output knob does not affect the volume at these jacks in Live Mode. This lets you make onstage adjustments to your volume without affecting the P.A.’s levels. Good luck!
  2. Do they work sometimes or not at all? You could try spraying some contact cleaner on them. You can try this, but I doubt it will help. Try the Edit Buffer Initialization with the following steps: 1. Turn off the POD 2. Turn on the POD while holding down the Save and Edit buttons simultaneously 3. The POD's LCD screen should display Init Edit Buffer 4. Push the Output mode button 5. Turn the Select / Select Page knob one click to the right 6. Turn the Effect Tweak / Change Value knob to the left or right adjusting the contrast. If that does not help, please try re-installing the flash memory on the PODxt device using the instructions in the following link: Pod xt Series: Factory Reset, Reflash, and Firmware Updates As an alternative, you can edit and organize the sounds easily using Gearbox or Line 6 Edit which you can download from the Line6 site.
  3. This is for the XT Live, but may work for the X3. PODxt Series: Troubleshooting and Calibration - POD 2.0 / PODxt Family / Pocket POD / FloorPODs - Line 6 Community or this: Line6 Pod X3 Live Sound Problem, Patches Problems.... - POD X3 - Line 6 Community
  4. I don't believe that's accurate. As I recall, PodFarm1 was available at no cost, but PodFarm2 was a purchase item. If your second hand version is registered to someone else, it may block you from registering it to you. The previous owner would have to deauthorize it before you can authorize it. If this doesn't help, then you need to open a ticket to Line6 Support.
  5. Download and read the Pod Pilot’s Handbook. Here's a link: Line 6 Manuals You'll need to connect the USB cable to your computer and configure your recording software to use the PodXt as an input.
  6. That very well could be the problem. The original is 9v AC and 2000mA.
  7. Do you have the original Line 6 power supply that comes with it?
  8. If that doesn't do it, you should open a ticket to Line 6 support. Go to Line 6 and click on Contact Support.
  9. Did you follow these instructions from the Pilot's Handbook? 6.Bass PODxt comes ready to rock for direct connection to your recording setup. If you’re connecting to a bass amp, it’s essential to let your Bass PODxt know so it gives you the best tone. Do this by pressing TUNE/ SYSTEM, then turning the SELECT knob one step clockwise. Press the button below DEST (Destination), then turn the EFFECT TWEAK knob to tell your Bass PODxt what type of amp you’re connecting to. Bass PODxt will automatically override this setting when you plug in headphones, so great headphone sound is automatic. 7. Select an Amp Model using the AMP MODEL knob. Set the CHAN VOL to max and the DRIVE, BASS, LO MID, HI MID and TREBLE to your heart’s desire. OUTPUT sets the, uh, output level. 8. Turn the EFFECTS knob to load an Effects Setup, then twist the COMPRESS and EFFECT TWEAK knobs so you’re happy with the sound. The TAP tempo button can set the speed for Delay or Mod effects. 25. Input Level - The NORMAL setting of this switch is appropriate for most basses with non-active pickups. If you see the CLIP light coming on, that means you’re overloading Bass PODxt Pro’s input. If that happens frequently, try the PAD setting here. This switches in input circuitry that’s appropriate for hotter signals output by some basses with active pickups, or from keyboards and other sources. For those nonbass sources you may also want to try the rear panel Line Level Input , which is a balanced TRS connection. A separate CLIP indicator shows in the display if you are clipping in the internal DSP. Good luck.
  10. Well, if it works perfectly with other guitars then the problem must be with the bass or the connection from the bass to the POD. Are you using a balanced or unbalanced cable from the bass? Did you try the Pad switch on the POD?
  11. Q: How to resolve a blank screen on a PODxt LIVE A: If you are getting a blank screen on your PODxt LIVE please try the Edit Buffer Initialization with the following steps: 1. Turn off the POD 2. Turn on the POD while holding down the Save and Edit buttons simultaneously 3. The POD's LCD screen should display Init Edit Buffer 4. Push the Output mode button 5. Turn the Select / Select Page knob one click to the right 6. Turn the Effect Tweak / Change Value knob to the left or right adjusting the contrast.
  12. There is a way to calibrate the wah pedal. Power off Put the pedal to the toe position Hold down BANK UP and switch the power on and wait a few seconds Press the AMP button Put the pedal to the heel position then all the way forward until the WAH light turns on Wait 10 seconds and power off and back on. That should give you the full range.
  13. There really is no factory reset. You have to flash the memory using Line6 Monkey. This is all they have for resolving problems:
  14. I would connect the two outputs from the PODXTLive to the L and R inputs on the loop station if you want the loop to be recorded with the POD effects. Otherwise, connect the outputs of the loop station to the inputs on the PODXTLive. I suggest you read the manual for more information.
  15. Turn off all of the A B C D buttons so they are not lit and you will be in Manual mode so it functions only like an amp without any effects.
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