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  1. The power of all amps combined is 1400W peak/ 700W RMS. http://line6.com/dat...h ( Rev A ).pdf The power spec is one thing. It could be more useful to look at the maximum dBSPL @ 1m which tells you how loud the speaker can get. For the L3's it is 132 dBSPL measured. Most manufacturers spec a calculated dBSPL value which is a theoretical value that disregards limiters etc. Our 132 dBSPL is actually measured in a real life situation.
  2. Are you recalling setups or scenes? Does anyone else have an iPad for control? Did you look at the input trim levels? There is nothing in the hardware or software that can change levels just by itself. What speaker system are you using?
  3. When you use a sub mixer for drums you may want to keep the kick drum separate. This way you can have low end in the kick drum while high passing the rest. Another option would be to sub mix the backing vocals. The guitar mics can go into 13-14. The line inputs 13-16 work with microphones as long as the level is decent. 1 kick 2 snare 3 oh l 4 oh r 5 bass 6 voc 7 voc 8 voc 9 voc 10 voc 11 voc 12 voc 13 gtr l 14 gtr r 15 keys 16 spare 17/18 spare
  4. You can set the crossover frequency manually at 80, 100 or 120Hz. The drivers are custom made by Celestion. The power of all amps combined is 1400W peak/ 700W RMS. http://line6.com/data/6/0a06434d11974f555a86a4cda/application/pdf/Line6%20L3t%20Specifications%20-%20English%20(%20Rev%20A%20).pdf The power spec is one thing. It could be more useful to look at the maximum DBSPL @ 1m which tells you how loud the speaker can get. For the L3's it is 132 dBSPL measured. Most manufacturers spec a calculated dBSPL value which is a theoretical value that disregards limiters etc. Our 132 dBSPL is actually measured in a real life situation.
  5. The App Store will detect if you are not on iOS7 and offer to install the last compatible version. When a dialog comes up warning that a newer version is available just download the older one anyway.
  6. You could assign a group to the FX return. Double click an empty encoder in setup mode and assign the desired FX to the group. Then you can use the group encoder to control the FX.
  7. Have you made sure that the power connectors are well secured? Without knowing what exactly is going on I would look at the cables first. Including the power. Trim tracking does not affect levels. When an input is too hot and trim tracking turns the pre amp down to prevent clipping the gain is made up digitally so the level stays exactly the same.
  8. If it is for demonstration and learning it might even be a good idea to just have the wav files and build the setup from scratch. This way you can show how to use a stage icon, assign a preset, tweak it and get to a good mix.
  9. 110 ohms twisted pair is more suitable for AES digital connections. The sharp edges of the digital signal are better preserved.
  10. Please contact our customer support. They will help you. The US support team can be reached at 818-575-3600 (option 2), Mon-Fri 8am - 5 pm PST. Our busiest hours are from 11am to 2 pm. The UK support team can be reached at +44 (0) 1788 566 555, Mon-Thurs 9am – 5pm GMT and Fri 9am – 4pm GMT.
  11. This sounds like a cable problem. If a connection using the L6 Link cables is interrupted the speakers enumerate themselves again. There could be a broken cable or maybe several cables were connected to create a longer line? It is also possible that one one speaker was power cycled or broken but I would start with checking the cables.
  12. Line6Tony 18 Apr 2014 Guys, We're aware that some L2 model speakers are exhibiting a rattling noise in specific cases and applications. We have determined the root cause is the fan. We are aggressively working on a solution that will undergo extensive testing to ensure that: · the noise problem is addressed · the fan performs as expected · no new issues are introduced Although we’ve made this a high priority, we can’t commit to a time frame until we have a qualified solution in house. Once that work is complete, customers who report the problem to Line 6 Customer Service will be given appropriate guidelines for repair. We will report a solution at the earliest opportunity, and we thank you for your continued patience.
  13. Tudscamp- we did listen to your recording. We are trying to really find out what is going on case by case. A description of one case does not explain another case. If you google "manufacturer x" and "rattle" and try to make sense of what you find it becomes obvious that it is difficult to qualify a problem based on third hand reports.
  14. You could set one monitor out and save it as an output preset. Then recall the preset on the others.
  15. Yes, you can have up to 9 L2/ L3 and 9 subs. The subs configure themselves automatically.
  16. Good point. You would need an additional channel so muting just the track would be a good solution for this scenario.
  17. You can just mute the channel the recorded track is having assigned. The recorded tracks are associated with a channel (stage icon.)
  18. The only real risk is a loud pop when plugging in or unplugging/ hardware (relais) muting. I would always check the "main" mixer for eq, limiter, routing and ask specifically about compression and limiting thresholds if there are any. This can get you really into trouble e.g. feedback etc.
  19. There was probably phantom power on on the Yamaha mixer. When a phantom powered input is disconnected it pops.
  20. This issue has a high priority. The testing takes time since we do not want to introduce other problems.
  21. Just in case, there is a newer dongle solution: Samsung WIS12ABGNX
  22. The firmware update 1.05 fixed an issue that could occur when connecting the speakers to the M20d using Line6 Link. The issue was a low level clicking sound that happened very rarely. There where no changes made to the voicing and the sound of the StageSource speakers.
  23. One reason for this design with setups and scenes was that scenes can be changed during a song and there is no audio disruption. Since the setup also recalls the dsp types, trims and input patch it disrupts the audio shortly. You can just use setups. A setup contains the scenes and recalling a setup will also recall the scene that was last used.
  24. Tudscamp, I apologize if it seemed like minimizing any issue. If you are experiencing noises like you describe it seems to be other issues than the fan rattling and we have to find out what is going on. Could you contact our customer service to see what we can do? The US support team can be reached at 818-575-3600 (option 2), Mon-Fri 8am - 5 pm PST. Our busiest hours are from 11am to 2 pm. The UK support team can be reached at +44 (0) 1788 566 555, Mon-Thurs 9am – 5pm GMT and Fri 9am – 4pm GMT.
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