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    Amplifi 150 Suggestions. Is It Just Me?

    After all the debates Line 6 totally screws up the Amplifi products with a clapped out software upload. It puts all gear into FAIL mode and then you are screwed.
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    Tones not changing with Bluetooth paired

    IVE TRIED EVERYTHING LISTED HERE AS WELL AS FROM THE TECHS....THEIR ANSWER WAS TO TAKE IT TO A LOCAL REPAIR SHOP AND GAVE ME COMPANIES THAT DO REPAIRS....BUT, NOT ONE WAS CAPABLE OF DOING THIS REPAIR! WHAT GOOD DOES IT DO TO SHIP TO CALIFORNIA AND PAY $150 IN COSTS AND $150 BACK? This SUCKS...they need to build a patch to fix this problem. And in the mean TIME WARN PEOPLE NOT TO USE THE UPDATER
  3. Yes, once I removed the top of the cab I not only saw glue but I also saw ONE short wood scree that had to be the only thing holding the head inside. It sure didn't belong there but there it was.
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    Amplifi 150 firmware questions

    Sure you can split the input and use two guitars. BUT, what you will get is a TOTAL MESS of SOUND, delays and playing over each other. As the above states you really need a board to split the signals to take advantage of this amp type.
  5. Well, thats really helpful. All I asked Tech Support was IS THERE A WAY? They write back...sorry we cant answer that it's against policy. So, the answer must be NO. And since that's the answer and the way I was treated I will be sure never to purchase anything made by this company ever again. I really sorry that I ever supported these amps not knowing that this is the way that the higher watt amps are put together.
  6. Im not mistaken unless there is some very well hidden trick there is no way to remove this brain without taking the cab apart. You see you can not push it backwards. There is that thick metal plate that is attached to the brain at the top with 5 red screws. You can see them and how they are holding the plate to the brain. You can not go forward because all the edges are within grooves stoping it from moving forward. I THINK since no one has an answer for me I am right and there is no way other than taking apart the cab.
  7. Hey, I sure could use some help on this. I have a Spider IV 75 watt amp. The amp got soup poured into the brain via the screws that attach the handles to the top of the case. I need to remove the brain from the cabinet and clean it out and make sure there is nothing connecting up to something else. I have contacted Tech Support and they told me to remove the screws from the top and push it backwards front to back., Only one problem. The brain is attached to a thick metal plate that has 5 RED screw heads that I see and that plate is wedged into the amp's box top and bottom. There is NO way to remove those screws so the plate no longer stops the brain from sliding backwards and out of the case. AND the only way that I see is to actually split open the case at the top where the top and side are Jigsawed into one another. Also the Speaker cover cloth is mounted to a board and that board is also part of the problem in that it jigsaws into the bottom of the brain and is in between the plate and the brain being removed from front to back., Has anyone removed this before? Is there any trick of device that I am not aware of to get the brain out of the case? The way this looks is that the brain was bolted to this metal plate that the controls stick through and that metal plate must be removed from the sides of the case before that brain is going anywhere. So, that means splitting open the case at the top so that I can actually push the entire board that the brain is attached to via that plate and slide the top out of the jigsaw'd top and sides woods. Any help would be appreciated. THANK you,djohnsontexas@yahoo.com
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