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  1. Shure thing but it´ll be great to have the control panel of an L3t to stick out of so you can leave it in the bag :-)) 

     


     
    As far as I am aware, the opening on the side of the bag is meant for the flip out handle on the left side of the speaker to stick out of for transporting the speakers around.............. not for the control panel of an L3t to stick out of so you can leave it in the bag........

     

    I disagree an L3t overheats half way in the bag. 

  2. The LINE6 L3TM SPEAKER BAG arrived today.
    I like to share some pictures with you and discuss a feature for these bags.


    Overall the bag looks solid enough to handle the L3t speaker wherever I play. 

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    But sadly somebody at Line6 missed to design a feature I did expect to come along with the bag:
     

    A lot of musicians play HD Pods with the L3t speakers because it´s a great sounding and very flexible combination to play live with.

    -- > Bass/Guitar->HD POD->L6->L3t --> :-))
     

    When I ordered the bag I did expect that you can open the front of the bag
    when playing a gig or jamming someplace as well as the top of the bag.
    Why? Because you don't have to unpack the L3t speaker when plugging in your HD500 (via L6 Link Cable).


    But as you can see on the photos: You can`t open the front. And you can´t customize the bag
    because you then have to destroy the the speaker protection 
    material that is inside the bag. 


    Flip your screen an take a look at the photos.
    Maybe you see what I am trying to say:


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    Will Line6 change this / add this feature if only enough of us are asking for this?

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  3. The journey continues: I sent the humming amp back in may. Line6 in Germany decided without notice to change the tubes, they checked the amp and returned it. I was surprised that they charged me for this.  

    I went for a testdrive right that evening (... amp still humming like I sent it ...) and just five minutes later the amp started humming louder and louder and ... vaporized. Wow! :mellow:  

     

    I returned the amp the next day.


    Line6 told me: "The amp has been tested and checked before return. 
    We can fix it again but the amp is not in the two years warranty any longer so it´s not a Line6 problem."

     

    (...)

     

    I assume they checked the amp and switched channel A and B while playing. But when you have a HD500 connected (via L6) the reconfigurable analog components (Class A/Class AB; Pentode/Triode) do change too.
    I wonder if they checked on this as well and maybe thats exactly why the amp broke down.
    Or do I have one of these DT50s that explode?

  4. I've had several Marshalls and my 6505+ all hum on occasion when in standby, and its usually caused by shoddy power quality in nasty gig venues.

     

    But if it happens all the time in outlets that don't cause other amps to hum, then it may be a fault though.

     

    Just wanted to suggest that in case you don't have an AVR to hand, but they're a good long term investment if you value your gear.

     

    Cheers

     

    Rowbi

     

    hey rowbi, 

     

    good advice for the power supply network in the us 

    over in europe you get constant power supply everywhere.

  5. That's what i want. but they don't sell out of the USA. All other Guitar company's sell anything they have in stock (All via PAYPAL) i have a 40 year old cry baby that i needed new sockets. the guy's at Dunlop sent me 2 new one's free of charge . Now that's what i call great service!

    Why should i, as a paying customer have to find some friend in the US, he has to buy it for me i send him money and he sends it to me . There's no Logic here.

    I agree. Line6 should sell branding related items via internet worldwide to a) local service centers in each country and b b) fanboys/customers.

    Payment should be via paypall or credit card.

  6. Thanx again everybody for your support,

     

    AVR -> shure thing. I use a Furman M-10 E

     

    But none of your suggestions really turned out to help my DT 50 (built August 2010).

    I just sent it back to Line6/ my dealer (www.thomann.eu) to have this fixed. Hopefully the amp is back soon. 
    I like the DT so much. The only thing thats missing is an already built locker to protect the amp against unauthorized use.

     

    I´ll keep you posted.

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