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  1. Exactly the same here. Needed to reboot. I happened to me twice, once when I was moving an IR block in the path, the other time when I was editing a stereo width block : I changed R polarity and no more output. I hope it's caused by the USB link and that it won't crash when giging outside...

    I'm on Windows 10.

  2. Hi !

    I would like to run the HX as a sort of source selector.  I have two different sources in Input L and R, coming from two different amps.

    Depending on my need, I would like to hear only input L in both channels, or input R in both channels.

    I've played with Split options and PAN blocks, but couldn't make it work or find a way around. I haven't even found a way to mute either the L or R channel. No way to get rid of it !

    Any idea ?

  3. That's right , i should have mentionned I'm in full power. OK thanks for the clarification.

    Regarding the cab simulation, if technically i understand it's similar to the Pod , it doesn't say which cab+mic settings is in use. Any idea ?

  4. hi,

     

    Can someone please explain how  the cab simulated output is designed ?

    I mean, where in the chain is it placed , does the output, and tone, depend of the master volume ?

    what kind of cab simulation is it ?

     

    Thanks !

  5. Regarding the hum, have you tried to plug your amp in different places ? It could just be a bad local electrical network.

    The DT25 is very loud, I can't compare it to a solid state equivalent, but should you need more power, buy a second DT25 ! You'd get more power + real dual amp tones.

    Now the effects are pretty good, but regarding distortions & fuzz, honestly you can achieve way better tones with pedals.

  6. Your problem is very specific and I don't know the reason, but here are some thoughts:

    - i'm always using the DT25 reverb , not the pod reverb, you could try and see

    - rather than tweaking GuitarZ , there is a pad switch  on the pod, designed to tame high output / active pickups , try it

    - in the end try to lower the preamp volume , or use the mixer to go down a few db, though this might modify your tone a bit

     

    Also after trying a few attenuators, never been convinced, I have bought a reignmaker eminence speaker that has technology to reduce spl by up to -8 dB , and it works great, no tone loss at all.

    Only drawback is it didn't fit in my DT25 combo, I had to switch to head + cab stack

    http://www.eminence.com/speakers/speaker-detail/?model=Reignmaker

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  7. I am interested in this setup too.

     

    My understanding so far, to have effects applied to only one amp:

     

    1- use the pod HD effects loop, put your distortion effects inside it and place it after the split , of course since there is only one effect loop , you must chose which amp will use it

     

    2- use the effects loops of each DT25 , since they are placed after the preamp, it's should be fine for eq/modulation/delay/reverb. Just, you can not turn the effect loop on/off from the pod.

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