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  1. Found it out myself, using the search-option of this forum: Open control-panel "Line6 Audo-MIDI Devices" > Tab: Input & Recording > Lower Hardware Monitor Level to zero DONE :)
  2. Hi Kiss, can you please explain how you are doing this exactely? If I use an empty patch on the POD (no amp, no fx), there is still a noticable amount of dry signal, floating to the Helix-Native Plugin in Reaper. You can hear the dry signal in the background of nearly every patch if you listen closely, but much better, if you choose a strong distorted patch in Helix-Native (a Treadplate f.e.) and reduce the level-meter on the right side of the GUI. Maybe I am doing something wrong in Reaper? I aim a track for recording and switch on the monitor-symbol. The only way that prevents the unwanted and unprocessed dry signal is to activate the tuner on the POD, but hanging on there, it is not possible to send MIDI. Please, please help me to sort this out.
  3. Is it possible to feed Helix native via a POD HD500x? Of cause it should be possible to send the unprocessed / dry tone, but I like to create a "playable" setup which means that I like to be able to switch presets via my POD and use the EXP-pedal. I currently have 2 identical PODs, each of which I match the presets to cover the rehearsal room and my recording environment at home. Because I want to spare neither me, nor the device a constant back and forth tugging. Therefore, I thought, I get me nen Helix and the Native software to it and have so again 2 playable setups ... and then I remembered that I have to connect my Variax to the PC somehow to do so ...
  4. Dear Psarkissian. Unfortunately my ticket-clerk didn't read the given information well. So he has provided me with the wrong parts-no. QN172428 (30-00-0164 / SET SCREW 4-40 X 3/16"" STEEL CONE POIN Do you habe information about the correct parts-no. of the longer coarse intonation screw? But depending on your answers, I would guess that there actually exists no special Yamaha part for the longer intonation screw, isn't it? So the only solution would be, that the german L6-Support request some screws right from your personal workbench and send it to me, right?
  5. Might be because my specialist for foreign screws informed me about differing statements in your specification: So please clarify the the unclear thread. * I try to keep it as clear as possible but still asking myself if it wouln'd be much easier to send me a pair of fitting screws by airmail even if you and charge me for that?!
  6. @psarkissian come on, please? Can you please verify the attached specs now? From my POV it's not an overdrawn request when it comes to an instrument which costs about 1.000$ and has a production-fault.
  7. Pardon?! Once again: Can you please verify the attached specs? I can only buy them in bulk, so I try to prevent hundred of wrong screws.
  8. @psarkissian can you please verify the attached specs? I can only buy them in bulk, so I try to prevent hundred of wrong screws. Madenschraube-Specs_100dpi.pdf
  9. I have one correct and on one incorrect model (W14050061, W14050023). Could you please provide a pair (or two) of the longer coarse intonation screw via mail? Otherwise please give me the exact specs of those in an EU measure (non inch).
  10. Same here on two Mac with MacOS 10.7.5 (Lion). Are you on MacOS too?
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