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  1. Help I've lost the power supply for L6 JTV-69 battery cradle. What would be a suitable replacement? i.e what is the voltage, amperage, polarity?
  2. Actually , The Variax guts are an essential component of the AB Parker. But I don't know what a "power regulator" is..Maybe hes asking about the L6 VARIAX Power adapter.
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    Line 6 Please...

    Really started this thread just for discussion for future reference. But having said that I'm seriously thinking of buying a Headrush strictly for the looper. It hits all the right marks for a performance looper; Long available loop time, variable Loop decay, the ability to "Punch-in" undo of last layer and add to that on-board effects.
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    Line 6 Please...

    Purchase a Headrush Pedalboard rip out the Looper and stuff it in the Helix. Thank You
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    So, is the ping-pong delay a dual mono effect?Using this logic any stereo effect placed before a ping pong delay set at full wet would sum to mono, Yet this is not the case,only the reverbs do this... Frankly I don't understand his aurgument at all. I have an eventide H9 (Not dual mono) when I run direct out of Helix stereo L/R using a Ping pong delay into the stereo inputs of the H9 set to a reverb algorithm full wet, I still clearly and fully and hear with crystal clarity the back and forth delay.
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    OK, reported as a bug, if it's not..whatever, moving on.
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    :huh: :huh: :huh: Huh?....I guess at this point I'm supposed to say " Oh well, at least it was a free update".
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    Helix Bug Reports

    HDX verbs mono at input when full wet, also glitz and maybe others ostensibly nullify stereo L/R hard pan effects. See this thread: http://line6.com/support/topic/31963-hx-reverbs-sum-to-mono/?do=findComment&comment=245664
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    That's exactly the way it should be to my thinking as well. A stereo reverb shouldn't nullify a stereo image at the output. But I have a feeling this is intentional, It was the same way with the old PodHD STUFF TOO.
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    But the reverb should process the input, whatever is at the input should be reflected at the output,even if the mix is at 100%. If what you're saying is true then full wet = summed to mono at verb input.
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    No mistake about it, using the STEREO panner, hard square wave before the STEREO glitz verb w/ the reverb mix set to 100%, there is absolutely NO stereo panning going on. In fact if i play a note without the verb engaged the sound is hard bounced back n forth BUT, when i engage the glitz as stated above the panning effect is nulled, completely bypassed.
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    To clatify, it appears the inputs of HX verbs are summed to mono but the outputs are stereo. So if you have a ping pong delay going into a new verb with the verb mix at 100% wet you will lose the ping ponging of the delay though the verb will be stereo. Not to sound bitchy but if this is the truth...it sucks.
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    No, definitely stereo, HX verbs are the last block in the chain.
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    HX Reverbs Sum To Mono?

    When using the new HX reverbs in Helix I noticed that if I have say, a ping pong delay before any of the HX verbs if I turn the wet mix to 100% the ping pong delay gets summed to mono. Why is L6 doing this again? This was one of the reasons I hated Pod HD stuff. Anybody else getting this?
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    HX Effects FAQ

    Yes but for...oh never mind! It is what it is, not what what it coulda' been.
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