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  1. On 10/16/2020 at 8:38 PM, Prosounddaryl said:

    Hi, There- I realize this thread is old, but I got my ideas and the software for my new DT-25 from this thread. I am using the DT Edit software you recommended in this post.


    I was hoping to use this software to do exactly what you describe- ie program and recall 8 different amp models for the 8 different slots on my DT 25. I can recall and play most (not all) of the models I hoped to drop into each slot, , but the models seem to disappear when I return to the slot where I created the model. I'm not sure why this is the case. This happens whether I physically toggle the amp or use the software to select amps.


    Further, when the models I dropped in disappear it does not return to the factory sound, but instead some wimpy plunk of not much at all. 


    Is there anyone who actually uses their DT-25/50 with different sounds in the 8 slots? How is this done, please.


    Appreciate any help that can be provided.

    Same position as you just wondering if you managed to find a solution or workaround .

  2. Hi all I have a DT 25 Head with a DT25 112 1x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet. Is there any advantage to having another cabinet , would it do anything for my overall tone. I also have a Pod HD 500x which is connected by a Monoprice 6 Meter (20ft) 3-pin DMX Lighting & AES/EBU Cable via the L6 Link is this cable giving me full compatibility between the DT25 and the pod thanks in advance.


    This is the cable spec: 

    This cable is designed for accurate transmission of digital audio and DMX lighting control data. It features a twisted pair of 22AWG conductors wrapped in a double layer shielding composed of copper braid and aluminum foil. The two shield layers combine to provide 100% shield coverage for the conductors.

    The input end of the cable is terminated in a 3-pin male XLR connector, while the output end terminates in 3-pin female XLR connector. The cable has a nominal impedance of 110-120 ohms.

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