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Brazzy

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  1. Glad you got it working. You have to admit this little glitch can put a damper on the fun part, lol.
  2. Hi, You should do a support ticket and/or call Line 6 tech.
  3. I was really worried about this kind of thing happening to me when I started using a UX2 and X3 Pro in 2008. I knew I was going to have issues with the OS software and all the other software out there is never guaranteed to be "bug free" at least as far as I knew so I was happy when they gave me more re-authorizations.
  4. I've had this happen to me. I would have issues with my OS and then reinstall, etc. etc. When I reinstalled too many times I sent a support ticket in and Line 6 gave me more authorizations. Have you tried calling them too?
  5. It sounds like what you've got should work pretty good.
  6. You can use Pod Farm for free > This should be the download link > http://line6.com/software/readeula.html?rid=3143 You can use Pod Farm 2, I'm not sure if it's free though but you can try > this should be the download link > http://line6.com/software/readeula.html?rid=6479 I'm using Pod Farm 2 but it came with a KB37 Studio when I bought it new. I'm pretty sure it worked with my X3 Pro too and I'm using Win 10. I have to add that it should be easier to just plug in your device USB, open Line 6 Monkey, let monkey update first and then check for updates for your device.
  7. It's got built in stereo 4" speakers. Hmmmmmmm
  8. YAY a V240 Head > http://www.guitarworld.com/gear-news-amplifiers/namm-2017-line-6-introduces-spider-v-240hc-head-and-combo-amp/30541
  9. Cool. When the spider is run like your running it it's volume is wide open. Turning the amp off first is my protocol. You should be able to pull the guitar cable out of the amps input without noise but if the cable is in the amps input and you pull the cable out of the guitar by mistake you'll scare the crap out of yourself, lol. I've got the spider jam and run into the aux input with a mixer where an hd500, x3 pro, and drummer pipe into. I always have the amps master wide open. After I turn the amp on I turn the master volume all the way up and before I turn it off I turn it down. It's been a while but I think when I used the spider III 75 I had and ran it like your doing when I got done playing I would just "quickly" unplug the cable from the amp, take a break and when I came back just "quickly" plug it back in. I didn't always turn the amp off unless I knew I was completely done using it.
  10. I would use studio direct but you can also try the others.
  11. About balanced and unbalanced. http://www.aviom.com/blog/balanced-vs-unbalanced/
  12. Oh that's right. I forgot it can be momentary or on/off depending on the pressure used. I think if you tap the pedal lightly it changes the tempo. It's been a while since I used mine so I think I'll set them up again soon. Your welcome, I don't mind helping someone when I can. I certainly am not an expert but sometimes I help myself when I try to help someone else. :) Happy New Year to you too. Ron
  13. Just trying to help. I had the battery issue once not long ago so it was still fresh in my head. I know the feel of the switch is funky compared to just a button so I'm not sure what to say except maybe try not to stomp on it too hard when switching. Maybe the switch isn't right somehow. I have a mono pedal body and a stereo body TonCore pedal and 4 modules. The chorus, the otto, the compressor and the uber metal so far they still work but like I mentioned the switch part is so smooth it's hard to feel the switch actually work like a regular footswitch if you know what I mean, lol. The little 9v batteries don't last very long either so I use a 10 Ah 9 volt DC power pack I made out of 8 rechargeable D batteries which really works great.
  14. Ok. I just looked at the manual and it says the red light flashing means low battery. Maybe you battery isn't good enough. Do you have a power supply? You should try another power source of you can. Unless you already did. The manual I looked at > http://line6.com/data/6/0a060b316ac34f0594333c800/application/pdf/ToneCore%20-%20RotoMachine%20-%20Dutch%20(%20Rev%20B%20).pdf
  15. Maybe try removing the module and cleaning all the contact points on the module and in the pedal. Also sometimes the 1/4" ins and outs need to be cleaned and/or tightened.
  16. This is what I was thinking. The earlier spiders had the same or similar function.
  17. Brazzy

    Sd Card

    Hi, you need to use a 1 or 2 gb sd. To format insert the card. Either with the amp on or off then press setting buttom till you see settings. I think pressing it twice will get you there. Then scroll all the way down. You should see the format near the bottom. Hope this helps.
  18. Same to you. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
  19. Here's the link to the DT midi implementation guide. Scroll down to page 10 or 11 for the code. http://line6.com/data/6/0a06434df0f650914b2056015/application/pdf/DT%20Amplifier%20MIDI%20Implementation%20Guide%20-%20English%20(%20Rev%20A%20).pdf
  20. You can use the midi part of the hd500 to assign a switch to toggle it. I would have to look it up in the DT midi implementation guide cause I don't know it off hand. You could read the specific parts of the HD500 manual and find the info but you'll to look at both manuals.
  21. Sounds good. You can use DT edit to choose amps and cabs for the 4 different ttopoology switches on each channel so you can have 8 different amps, 4 on each channel. Once you set the 4 topologies up they are saved automatically. Of course there are other settings. The volumes, tone stack, master volume and reverb levels are not saved.
  22. Years ago I had a had a CB radio, Cobra 148GTL. It had SSB, single side band. Occasionally, my neighbor would hear me through their phone, lol.
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