Jump to content

Putzherr

Members
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Putzherr

  • Rank
    Just Startin'

Recent Profile Visitors

76 profile views
  1. Tried that, still nothing. I'm giving up on this now. It's going back. Many thanks though for all the support!
  2. Forgot to mention, the MP3 player in the AUX-in was the first thing I tried when I couldn't get any sound from my guitar. Pedal calibration had no effect, and yes the power brick puts out 9V AC 2000 mA. (it's not the original though, I didn't get one.) I think I'll pass on the reflashing thing. It's got v3.01 now, and does that monkey thing even run on Win8.1 64 bit? Most likely I'll return it tomorrow, it seems broken to me. Thanks for all the helpful tips though. Cheers!
  3. I bought it just a couple of days ago on a pawn auction. I don't think I have done something to mess it up, so quite possibly it was broken when I got it. Anyhow, thanks for all tips and suggestions. I haven't tried calibrating the pedal. Will try that when I get home, aswell as the "factory recall" thing. Thanks!
  4. It was like this when I got it. I have tried flipping the Norm/Pad switch, adjusted the "level" knob and everything else I can think of. No sound. I know it gets my guitar signal though, since the built in tuner function registers it.
  5. I have bought a used xt Live that seems to work fine except I can't get any sound out of it, either through headphones or my amp. Not a beep. At first I thought it could be because it came with a non standard power adapter rated at only 500 mA, so I went out and got a replacement capable of the the required 2 A, but no luck. :-( What do you think? Should I return it?
×
×
  • Create New...