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  1. I registered on IdeaScale this morning (about 6 hours ago) and have not yet received the account activation email. Does it normally take this long? Already checked Spam folder, FYI.
  2. Right - I agree with all that. All I'm saying is that L6 Link let's you control/switch Topology settings (maybe "Voicings" is a better word for what I'm referring to) on Channel A but not on Channel B, and it doesn't make any sense to me why that would be.
  3. Not what I mean, no. Per Helix firmward v2.8 release notes: when the Helix is connected to the DT via L6 Link, the DT preamp is bypassed when on Channel A for when using an amp/preamp model in Helix. When set to Channel B, the DT switches to Channel B and its preamp is activated. Since the preamp is activated when using Channel B, I would expect the Helix to allow you to control switching through Topology I-IV, but it doesn't. It only lets you switch between Topology options when using Channel A - but when you're on Channel A the preamp is bypassed, so what's the point of that? It should be the other way around. You should be able to switch Topology on Channel B instead of Channel A.
  4. It seems really strange that the Helix controls preamp settings when the preamp is bypassed, but doesn't when the preamp is active. Doesn't make much sense.
  5. So you're thinking it's a bug with the Helix or with the DT?
  6. Good evening group. I have a DT25 head that I've been using with my Helix for about a year now and love it. I typically run the DT on Channel A so it's just acting as a power amp to send the Helix out to my cab and it sounds terrific. I started looking into some other set-up options and came across the following in the forum (which I already knew): When set to Channel A, the DT switches to Channel A and its preamp is bypassed for when using a preamp model in Helix. When set to Channel B, the DT switches to Channel B and its preamp is activated TIP: Assign a stomp footswitch (or snapshots) to simultaneously bypass a Helix preamp block AND switch a connected DT amp to Channel B. This gives you a wider variety of tones in the same preset, without the DSP overhead required to run two simultaneous Preamp blocks. The problem I'm having is this: If I'm sitting at my PC using HX Edit, when the DT is set to Channel A and I click through Topology settings I-IV, I see it changing on the DT as I'm doing it. When I switch to Channel B, it doesn't. I would have expected the opposite to happen, since on Channel A the preamp is bypassed, but on Channel B it's not. So it seems like if I'm running the Helix into the DT via L6 Link on Channel B, I cannot switch between Topology settings/options. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks!
  7. Would love to be able to save and recall multiple Global EQ profiles/presets.
  8. Thank you. This was my first feature request; wasn't sure where to go.
  9. Would love an enhancement that would allow Snapshots within a Preset to be drag-and-drop rearranged in HX Edit, the same way Presets within a Setlist can.
  10. I would very much like to see the VU meter functionality expanded in a few ways: (1) I would like the meters to be visible at all times (at least in HX Edit if not on the device itself), not just when the Output Block is selected. If I am running a dual signal path with each path panned L and R, and I want to make sure they are properly level balanced, I can't see the levels for both of them at the same time, because I can only select one Output Block at a time. (2) Ideally the meters would be graduated.
  11. I would very much like to see the VU meter functionality expanded in a few ways: (1) I would like the meters to be visible at all times (at least in HX Edit if not on the device itself), not just when the Output Block is selected. If I am running a dual signal path with each path panned L and R, and I want to make sure they are properly level balanced, I can't see the levels for both of them at the same time, because I can only select one Output Block at a time. (2) Ideally the meters would be graduated.
  12. I got a Peavey Bandit 112 back in high school (probably around '95-'96 timeframe) that my brother now has and uses; still works!
  13. I would love to have more flexibility in Output selection via a selection checklist. Currently (unless I'm mistaken) if I'm sending my chain to two outputs I can (for example) select one and only one specific Output for one path (say XLR), and Multi Output for the other (to basically send it everywhere else). What I would prefer would be to have a checklist for each Output so that (for example) I can send one to XLR and Headphones, and the other to 1/4" (or everything else).
  14. Thanks so much for your help; looks like this will work. I've had my Helix for over a year now and I wasn't even aware of the Single vs Dual cab option; never even noticed it before. Thanks again!
  15. Will try this later - thanks. Thinking out loud without having tried this yet, if I want to send the signal to two outputs with the only variation between the two being the cab sim, I would probably need to place the Cab Block as the last block in the chain and split right before that, in order to have everything else also going to both outputs. If I do this, will the Cab Block collapse a stereo signal back to mono the same way an Amp block would, or no? Thanks!
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