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    FRFR is good, but LF Raw is really fun!

    I think, I found out… Natural speaker uses LF Flat voicing and as other speaker models has mic simulation. It means: Natural speaker = LF Flat mode (high-frequency compression driver off and flattened frequency response EQ)+ mic simulation LF Solo (“Raw”) is voicing with high-frequency compression driver off but normal EQ. It has NO mic simulation. This way a Powercab works like a typical guitar cab without any filters, effects, mic simulations etc... just a speaker in the box. Does it make sense? For my taste LF Solo ("Raw") sounds amazing!!! It gives real "amp in the room" feel!
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    FRFR is good, but LF Raw is really fun!

    That is the difference between "Natural" Speaker and LF Raw??? The descriptions in the Manual are similar/identical, but they sound differently... HF OFF (“Natural” speaker) This is the natural sound and feel of the speaker in the Powercab device with the high-frequency compression driver disabled and no EQ of any kind applied. LF Solo (“Raw”) Uses only the woofer with no EQ applied, allowing it to be utilized like a typical guitar speaker. ???
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    Helix through headphones sounds awful

    It depends from the headphones you use... The phones output of the Helix has 12 ohm. According 1/8 rule a headphone should have not less than 96 ohm. Line 6 support recommends to use the headphones between 150-300 ohm. I have Helix LT and I tried a few headphones: Sony MDR-7510 (24 Ohm)...sounded awful AiAiAi T-2 (32 Ohm)...sounded awful Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro (250 Ohm)...sounded quite good, but it was hard to drive...and uncomfortable to wear for a longer periods and don't liked a curly cable. Sennheiser HD-650 (300 Ohm)... sounded very, very good! Nice warm sound, good sound stage. Highly recommended! I ended up with Sennheiser HD 600 (300 ohm). It sounds amazing! Clear, extremely detailed sound...! Very comfortable to wear, nice design! I would highly recommend it!!!
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    Helix through headphones sounds awful

    It depends from the headphones you use... The phones output of the Helix has 12 ohm. According 1/8 rule a headphone should have not less than 96 ohm. Line 6 support recommends to use the headphones between 150-300 ohm. I have Helix LT and I tried a few headphones: Sony MDR-7510 (24 Ohm)...sounded awful AiAiAi T-2 (32 Ohm)...sounded awful Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro (250 Ohm)...sounded quite good, but it was hard to drive...and uncomfortable to wear for a longer periods and don't liked a curly cable. Sennheiser HD-650 (300 Ohm)... sounded very, very good! Nice warm sound, good sound stage. Highly recommended! I ended up with Sennheiser HD 600 (300 ohm). It sounds amazing! Clear, extremely detailed sound...! Very comfortable to wear, nice design! I would highly recommend it!!! P.S. sorry for my english :)
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    Helix through headphones?

    It depends from the headphones you use... The phones output of the Helix has 12 ohm. According 1/8 rule a headphone should have not less than 96 ohm. Line 6 support recommends to use the headphones between 150-300 ohm. I have Helix LT and I tried a few headphones: Sony MDR-7510 (24 Ohm)...sounded awful AiAiAi T-2 (32 Ohm)...sounded awful Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro (250 Ohm)...sounded quite good, but it was hard to drive...and uncomfortable to wear for a longer periods and don't liked a curly cable. Sennheiser HD-650 (300 Ohm)... sounded very, very good! Nice warm sound, good sound stage. Highly recommended! I ended up with Sennheiser HD 600 (300 ohm). It sounds amazing! Clear, extremely detailed sound...! Very comfortable to wear, nice design! I would highly recommend it!!! P.S. sorry for my english :)
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