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  1. You should be able to use the fx send, but as there is no load built into the PC you cannot use it like a cab !
  2. Hi, I’ve used the PC 212 with my TM18 head. I connected the XLR / Redbox to the PC XLR 1, I set the PC212 to FRFR as the TM18 has emulated line out. sounded really good but I did have to change the EQ significantly from using the H&K 1x12 cab
  3. I recently got the PC212 and so far I think the built in speaker mode sounds the best. I’m going to try uploading some IR’s to the cab and different cabs on the helix in FRFR mode as I’d like to mix and match if possible. But the built in speaker sims do give that amp in the room vibe, I find using the tilt legs on the back of the cab and leaning it back gets the best result.
  4. Unless you have the LT, then it's $299. So not knowing about the software version I decided to buy the LT which does everything I need plus it's my first venture into modelling at this level, until now I'd only used Amplitube on my iPad etc and felt that spending over a $1000 was enough. Now I find that because I only have the LT and not the floor I have to pay three times more for the Native version, my LT was not three times cheaper than the floor so why do I have to pay so much more? At $99 I would have bought it, and I'm guessing there are others who feel as I do and would also have purchased Native for $99. I'm just a home / open mic guy who also does some home recording, and as others have said the Native version is a convenience and not a necessity. I'm sure a bigger convenience for some than others but still a convenience, and for me $299 is more than I'm willing to pay just so I don't have to get the actual hardware out. Maybe I'm missing the point, maybe the Native version isn’t meant for people like me. Maybe it’s only for those professionals who paid the extra for the floor or for real studios that can get their money back from clients? Maybe it’s a way of getting back the money I saved because I bought the LT and not the floor? Either way I feel it’s a shame that the difference in price between the floor owners and LT owners is so great, I’m sure if they just said it’s $99 for all Helix owners more of us would have purchased it and that would mean a wider user base which can only be a good thing. Just my 2¢ worth. BTW I’m British so had to convert the currency in case it’s a little out
  5. I’m loolig at getting a small modelling fx unit with earphones, it would also be good to have monitor etc. I’ve been looking at the Boss GT 1 and the Moore GE 200 along with the firehawk and TT. The firehawk is a little to big I think but the TT is great size but the only one that’s not in a pedal format, not sure I care too much about that though it’s a nice to have. Anyway, am I comming to the Amplifi TT party too late? Is the feeling that this is still a current solution, I understand that it’s what it is etc but no one wants to buy something that’s about to be discontinued. Are the TT owners happy, would say buy it anyway it’s great as it is and don’t worry about how current it is? Or should I carry on looking elsewar ? I appreciate that only I can make the final decision but you guys who own these units will be able to offer your opinion on how good thay are and if you would still buy one today. Thanks ;)
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