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  1. If they said that different output signals for XLR and 1/4 outputs is physically impossible, that implies that they've actually used the same 2-channel DAC (digital to analog converter) to feed both outputs. This means in effect that there's only one stereo source and the signal is "split" for the two stereo analog outputs. It's a design flaw and nothing can be done to remedy it. Now usually on these kind of devices different analog outputs feature their own DAC channels but Line6 has clearly skimped on this to bring the costs down... That being said - I don't see any reason not to have multiple different virtual outputs via USB or SPDIF to record the dry DI signal with the amped one, except the dreaded DSP limit.
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