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  1. there seems that something s going on with the latest models (g10, g70/75). That s why i managed to get the g75 dirt cheap new in the UK.
  2. The sonicport is the only product in the market that stopped working due to its design. It s beyond unacceptable what Line 6 is doing at this point.
  3. Hello, I m using the usb cable with the power usb power supply that was in the box. When I turn it on, only the red ligt above the screen on the receiver is turning on and nothing else. The only way to turn it on is to use my Stomp 9v power adapter, and then it stays on, while connected to the usb power supply. Am I missing something? Do i need to buy a separate power supply? I thought the USB one in the box is supposed to be the power supply.
  4. Can someone from Line 6 please reply? A generic reply "we are currently working" on it is OBVIOUSLY NOT ENOUGH.
  5. How is it possible that all other competitive products work just fine and the product of a huge company like line 6 has screwed this up so badly? Means they designed the product in a bad way. This is ridiculous. I already got an irig hd 2. I m selling the sonic port when they fix it some day and will never look back.
  6. G75 is currently being sold for 159 pounds which is unbelievable. The older stuff are very close in price while g50 is about 300 pounds. Can somebody elaborate? is there an issue with g75?
  7. Just myself for the this instance. Pretty much just to avoid having a huge cable from the helix to my headphones, for space/logistics reasons. I.e just having wireless headphones.
  8. I want to use an IEM wireless system at home for practice so I 'd be grateful if someone could help with the routing. What is the best way to do that? A stereo 1/4 cable from the Stomp headphone out to the transmitter? Or maybe an XLR? The transmitter has mono and stereo modes and 2 combo 1/4 - XLR ins. NOTE: my patches are mono (no stereo delays etc).
  9. mehegama

    Headrush FRFR

    This guy has both but he does not compare them ... drives you nuts... He says they are not the same. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5aEAKuFus4
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    Headrush FRFR

    I guess we would need someone to do an A/B check to know for sure! In the UK the HR FRFR 112 AND 108 COST 299 AND 229 Pounds vs 262 and 210 for the Alto ts312 and ts308 respectively.
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    Headrush FRFR

    @DunedinDragon So does it mean that the HR FRFR and the Alto versions will produce identical output, given they ll be used at the line level and given that the only difference between them is the mic preamps? If that is the case why would anyone buy the more expensive HR?
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    Headrush FRFR

    @rd2rk Given that you have experience with the issue, could you tell me if having the mic preamps affect the sound at all?. I mean the price difference between the HR FRFRs (8' and 12') ad the equivalent Alto versions (ts3) is significant. Are they constructed differently or the mic preamps cannot be bypassed so the FRFR version is flatter? Thanks!
  13. Thanks, i ve seen it but it s not very helpful. For some just says Line 6 original and some other very generic info. Could someone form line 6 help?
  14. I checked a bit online but could not find much. I would like to know which real amp models resemble for reference, if they are high\mid\low gain etc.
  15. I use the Marshall Acton with my Helix in my room and sounds amazing.
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