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  1. Oh ok gotcha...yea I've gotten it to sound awesome with using studio direct AND combo front but with combo front the distortions sound more fuzzy and staticy but still decent...thanks a lot guys!
  2. Oh nice man...well good to know I'm not the only one lol..and I do like the options of actually using the mics because on combo/front u can't use the mics
  3. awesome answers guys thanks! the thing is that I don't like my amps distortion so using it with no amp or cab sings would be atrocious lmao..my amps distortion is fuzzy as hell and not heavy in any way. i just noticed that when i have it in studio direct on the settings and on the little switch that says "line" and "amp" on the right side i have it set to amp (all doing this withOUT using the fx look but just connecting my amp from guitar to hd500x then L mono 1/4" out to front input of the amp. i know you said there is no WRONG way but for some reason people always say to use the line in of the FX loop but i don't do that so technically its "wrong" right?
  4. Hey what's up guys. Just wondering what you're input is on setting up the pod hd500x on studio direct, 1/4th set to amp while going into the front of an amp (basically without using the 4 cable method so I'll be using amp n cab sims). In my case I use a crate amp and when I do that I honestly think it sounds BEAST!. I know it's the "wrong" way to do it but I think it sounds good. I can get almost the same tone putting it in combo front with setting mids too 100khz and highs and lows to flat. Anybody else notice this as well or no?
  5. Yea that's what I figured as well...thanks a lot for the help!
  6. Well that I don't know because on the POD I don't have anything left to right and haven't played actual music through it that has a left n right track to distinguish each other...I'll take a look at that when I get a chance..but I do believe that it is just because of my headphones having a 3 band instead of a 2 (meaning the little bands on the actual jack thrmselves)
  7. Yup exactly and it's weird and even more weird that nobody else on this forum except us has this problem lol
  8. Well the problem isn't the headphones fitting into the adapter or the Sony adapter fitting into the pod...it's that I have to not go "balls deep" into the pod with the adapter and leave some of it out (but more than just the tip as well) lol..if anything I would say I put like 3/4 of the adapter in the pod and it sounds fine just when I put it in all the way is when the staticky sound starts...btw some of these posts were hilarious ha
  9. Well I went to guitar center and asked one of the guys there if there were any other types of adapters and he said "no I don't think so" and I explained this same situation to him n he said "hmm that's weird"..and no I don't have to force it in it goes all the way in normally but I can only hear a normal sound when it's out...are there any adapters that have only one of those black "bands" on them? He said it might be the actual connection inside the pod but I don't think that's correct To the person that said to use a washer (sorry I'm replying from my phone can't see the name), how or where would I go about putting the washer?
  10. hey guys just wondering what kind of headphone adapter am I supposed to be using? i have a sony one (not sure what size it is) but for some reason when i connect it into my PHONES input, i have to leave some of the adapter out, meaning that if i push the adapter all the way in the sound waaaaay to low and when i have it popped out maybe 1/2 a centimeter it sounds perfect..is there a reason for this? anybody else have this "issue"?
  11. hey just wondering....what kind of adapter do you use? i have a sony one (not sure what size it is) but for some reason when i connect it into my PHONES input, i have to leave some of the adapter out, meaning that if i push the adapter all the way has the sound waaaaay to low and when i have it popped out maybe 1/2 a centimeter it sounds perfect..is there a reason for this? anybody else have this "issue"?
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