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  1. I was thinking that the POD Go may get the new cabs that use less DSP, and also get the ability to move the microphone... I don't see them giving POD Go users a dual cab function though because even if they use 66 - 80% less DSP the doubling feature probably exceeds the POD Go's capabilities... Also remember the Helix is capable of running dual cabs and IRs in parallel even before the latest update while the POD Go hasn't been capable of parallel anything ever... That is probably a hardware limitation...
  2. Agreed... It is not a nuisance in the slightest... I was just observing that it shows up if you touch anything - even the volume pedal... Sorry if that sounded like a complaint as it was just an observation...
  3. No, I do see the flat symbol where appropriate... On my unit, when I am at the outer range of a note, it does NOT pick up the next adjacent note immediately... It shows a capital "D" until I tune just a little farther to get to the next higher note... It always shows flats where appropriate... I have seen this behavior in all three tuning modes... The machine acts as though it is confused and thinks the in between frequency is a D natural... Now I am worried if mine is the only unit experiencing this... That means it is not something that can be rectified... This behavior has persisted across several firmware updates as I got the machine when they first came out... It actually isn't a deal breaker for me as I have just learned to expect that behavior, but I thought that everybody was seeing this quirk...
  4. The PodGO tuner always displays a "D" when it is between two notes that it can display... Since "D" is a note that the guitar is usually actually tuned to it seems the unit is in a state of confusion... It would be better to represent this state of between notes with an "X" or a "-" or even a "?"... Also, it would be a great feature if the proper octave could be displayed (E2. A2, D3, G3, etc) like they are on a Peterson tuner... That would be nice, but I would be happy with just the unknown note "D" being changed to represent a "between note" symbol...
  5. That "E" now shows up even when you just move the volume pedal... I would not call that an edit...
  6. The Pod GO is CENTER NEGATIVE, not center positive as the above poster has stated above... It does however use a 2.5mm plug instead of the 2.1mm plugs which most effects use... I power mine with the current doubling "Y adapter" adapter on 2ea 9VDC @660ma outputs plus the yellow "Type 3" 2.5mm Flex cable which gives me 9VDC @ 1320ma... The power supply that comes with the Pod Go is the DC-3h which has a center negative 2.5mm plug delivering 9VDC @ 3000ma... I have NO problems with my unit mounted on a Temple Audio pedal board with the Temple Audio CIOKS Power Supply mounted in its slot underneath powering the Pod Go plus some other pedals that I like a lot... It seems that the Pod Go max current draw is closer to 1000ma with an average draw of around 750ma, so my 1320ma output is doing fine... Edit: The Pod GO is on it's own separate 9VDC @1320ma rail... I have 2 other pedals and a buffered in/out running on their own individual 9VDC @ 660ma rails each... Edit 2: These days I am running the Pod GO on 4ea 660ma rails for 2640ma total, just for the "in case" security... I still have 1ea 660ma rail left in case I want to run something powered in the effects loop... However I am not using any additional outboard effects these days except for a passive low Z volume pedal in the effects loop for rhythm/lead volume boost...
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