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karlkaminski

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  1. I'd really like to find a rechargable 9V option too, im mostly interested in this as a curiosity than a true solution. I've had 'hit and miss' results with 9V+USB power, im no expert but I feel like the step-up converters are the issue. (Ive used an off-brand 5v-9v converter). Does Birdcord make a higher amperage cable (more like 1.5 or 2A)? I think the 9V1A output is at the bottom limit of the Stomp needs. IIRC, the HXS spikes at 1.2A at startup and then runs at 900mA, so a 9V2A output might provide solid continuous power. Again, just looking for solutions yourself.
  2. (for HXStomp) manual pg44 has the info. you've got to set the ins/out of the DAW to match. I like to monitor my signal from the DAW on output 3-4 (instead of direct from the helix)
  3. anyone have tips on creating a "BodyRez clone" preset for HXS?
  4. did you add to IdeaScale? id vote it up! https://line6.com/support/topic/14497-helix-ideascale-community-submissions/
  5. nicely done with the routing and finishing good on ya~!
  6. the holy grail and Sophie's choice... its a trade off if you want to route a FOH mix thru the HXS to Headphone out—you'll either; lose a block, lose a main out, or lose the send option. From digging thru the forum and a few experienced knowledgeable replies, there's no way around it with the current hardware setup. Guess we cant have it all ;) please post solutions if you find one
  7. submit the idea... https://line6.ideascale.com/a/ideas/top or at the Banner link at the top of the page...
  8. Yes it can/should be able to "monitor" your tracking live. the USB section in the manual pg 44 should give a breakdown of ins/out settings via USB But, if you have your HXS analog outs to Denon AND digital thru the PC... that might be your "noise source"
  9. for a digital signal you could use the USB Out but theres gonna have to be a PC in-between your HXS > PC > Denon balanced/unbalanced cables are plentiful and you could make them yourself. https://www.rane.com/note110.html you could also try a balanced cable with a Switchcraft 303 inbetween your HXS and Denon. HXS > SW303 > Denon but if theres noise/hum, maybe consider your mains source/s, lighting; dimmers, florescent, AC. As stated you should be able to get a clean signal in a 16ft run.
  10. can you post a link for us to up vote?
  11. this will be hard to come by OEM. try Support, but I doubt they'll be able to help (unless youre still under warranty?) This shouldn't happen and a replacement might be an easy 'get'. try to contact one of the Stomp development/online guys to take mercy on you in sourcing a part/pointing you in the right direction. if not under warrnty or you just want a different knob to dress your HXS: measure exact knob dimensions google (image search) aluminum knobs to locate possible sources also search sites like; digikey, mouser, markertek, DIY pedal/stomp box sites, finally; ebay, amazon good luck
  12. just curious, did you 'hard re-wire' (aka re-solder) the polarity internally when you were cleaning or just reverse it in the HXS settings?
  13. This was a great addition, thank you! If you add something to act as a "faux button", you can get all three FS for FX, plus the"faux-tton"! Faux-tton.mp4
  14. I use a similar setup. *if your son is using the HXS as part of his signal chain with all three instruments: basically look for Flat, FRFR, or PA systems Highly recommend Acoustic Image, works great for all three. also Quilter (both bass amps/cabs and QSC PA systems). Dont be fooled by their small format—theyre both on the forefront of design and power.
  15. Quicco Sound makes a similar wireless MIDI with a smaller profile than the Yamaha.
  16. ahh. thats disappointing, dare to dream :)
  17. https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/STOMP-AUXin-setting-to-Headphones-ONLY-not-feeding-MainL-R/951072-23508 STOMP: AUXin setting to Headphones ONLY (not feeding MainL/R) The AUXin Headphone mix uses the Main L/R path, so the only way to isolate the AUXin is to run ALL blocks on a B Path to Send Out to FOH. You lose the use of the Main L/R out. Having an isolated AUXin (to Headphones) will allow the use of click/que/sequence tracks without feeding the other outputs. Possibly as an addition to Global settings. Please vote up, Thanks!
  18. hi, Im doing this for 'silent stage' setups too. Im hoping L6 will update with a Headphone only option while using the AUXin, so we can use the mainout and save a block. I (and a few others) have posted this idea on the L6 Ideascale website: https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/STOMP-AUXin-setting-to-Headphones-ONLY-not-feeding-MainL-R/951072-23508#idea-tab-details Please up vote, thanks!
  19. please "up vote" on the ideascale website thats the way to get the ideas noticed by L6 for the next update.
  20. hi yes that would be awesome! A current work-around is limited; use [SEND] block to Sendout > FOH or AMP. You'll lose the use of MAINout and a BLOCK but now you can receive FOH mix to Stomp AUXin, control vol, IEM with headphone out. It would great help if they add this, especially those of us with 'silent stages', sequence or clip tracks, 'pit' work, etc. I (and a few others) have posted this on L6 Ideascale: https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/STOMP-AUXin-setting-to-Headphones-ONLY-not-feeding-MainL-R/951072-23508#idea-tab-details Please up vote, thanks! PS> also see
  21. +1 I did something similar to @matthewklein Send out to FOH Attached FS1 the Send L block to mute as needed, (allowing me to silently monitor AUXin and patches with a mute to FOH) Pros: you can use headphones to monitor PA and Main Input Cons: you lose a block and you can't use Main outs (@matthewklein idea of using PathB for signal saves block) Please post any ideas to send AuxIn directly to phones jack (without MainLR). Thanks!
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