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  1. Hey MMU3269, Go To the Downloads section and Get the drivers - You'll need the following: 1. Monkey for Account, Owner Validation, and Software Update/Download - That should get you on the road to using your computer to modify your HD500X as well as recording direct from the USB interface of the 500X. Enjoy your new pallet and Be Blessed!!
  2. Chili87, Hard to say what the issues is without hearing the sound. What do you mean noisy interference? Like a Hum? Does the interference go away if you disconnect the guitar at any point in the signal? Is the amp near any computers or other electronic devices? If it is Hum then you need to add a Noisegate or compressor to the signal path. Check the amp settings for each signal path. Be Blessed!!!
  3. The only issue with using a combo amp like the Bassbreaker is that it will "color" (often poorly) the modeling tones you create within the 500X - You could get past that using the 4CM (4 Cable Method) - OR Another option is to purchase a FRFR (Full Range Flat Response) Monitor - They don't color the tones you create on the 500X - Trav...
  4. I use my 500X to record directly to Audacity, Reason, Ableton, and ProTools and I've never had a single problem.. Must definitely mean that Line 6 has produced a faulty driver..
  5. I would tend to think that wires are wires and if the wires came off the jack/plug then this is something that can be repaired - Often times this happens when cables are over stretched or some other force/usage has caused the cables to disconnect from the solder in the jack/plug. That is something that can be repaired. A little less easier to repair is when the wires come lose at the ear side. Much more of a challenge to repair. But wires are wires, and if the issue is wires it is something that can be repaired.
  6. Just as Mystic Recommends a Buffer would be better to use than a Booster - Best way to remember the difference: A Buffer helps with maintaining signal tone through out an FX loop/pedal board A Booster helps with maintain or boost the signal volume throughout an FX loop/pedal board - Trav...
  7. I've got a 500X and I connect it directly to my windows 10 computer and I have Used Audacity, Reason, and Ableton to record directly from my 500X connected via USB ..
  8. Is there any information on the BSOD when it happens? In most cases the BSOD will leave some clues (bread crumbs) as to why the crash occurred - If you could capture some of the data and search on it, you might get an idea of what actually caused the crash. If it hasn't been recommended, I would suggest using a different USB port. I would also make sure you're using the latest version of Reaper - Make sure that you have disabled any power management of the USB ports as well.
  9. Well it would appear that the issue is more complex than I thought and related to the Churches sound system or power. I connected to my home studio system and nothing shocking happened Obviously me being connected the power and touching the mic is completing a circuit, I just have to figure out what the loop is.. I will try a different power outlet and a few other possibilities. Definitely do appreciate the input guys!!!
  10. PA System is Plugged into grounded power conditioner power board - Mixer is plugged into a power conditioner power board
  11. I connect directly from my 500X to the Venues (Church) Snake/Mixer/PA System - I was "told" that the previous sound guy did have to rewire the plugs for proper grounding, but maybe I need to check them again. However, I've used the same power outlet, the same 500X, with a couple different guitars a Fender Strat and an Accustic/Electric with no shocks or issues plugged into the 500X using the 1/4 input on the 500X. This was the first time that I was using my JTV and singing at the same time. I will be running a test tonight with my home studio. Plugging the JTV/500X into my mixer and a Mic into the mixer and see what happens..
  12. It is the Variax VDI Cable with the Shielded Connectors -
  13. Good Afternoon JTV Crew - My Setup: JTV-89F -> Variax Cable -> POD HD 500X -> Mixing Board -> PA System I was singing this past weekend and when I touched the mic which is connected to the mixing board -> PA - I got a nice little shock - Kinda like the 9V battery type of shock - It kept happening so I switched to a different MIC with a different cable and plugged into the snake on a different port - Again I got shocked - I put my JTV-89F on a stand and used the MIC without a shock - A little more testing with JTV in Hand and when I was touching the strings of the JTV I would get shocked - Ideas? Unfortunately I only have 1 Variax Cable - Which is actually a replacement direct from JTV Support - My 500X is connected to a grounded power strip which is also connected to a properly grounded power outlet. Tested with ground tester.. The power on the stage was built to spec to make sure the power onstage didn't produce that ungrounded HUM.. Thanks for any and all input.. Trav...
  14. I got an email as well - Plan to do the survey later tonight - :) Now that you posted the link - maybe a bunch more people will be obliged to fill it out.. Kinda funny they would make such a Typo for their own Company Name.. :blink: :blink: - Maybe a little too much liquor or not enough coffee, or maybe vise versa - pick your poison :ph34r:
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