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Brazzy

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  1. You could try lining a cardboard box, big enough to fit the pod in, with tin foil and put that box on top of it to see if shielding it like that works.
  2. As far as I know there is no way to adjust them independently. I did the same thing you did when I had an issue with sound fading off after 15 minutes of play which culminated into no sound all together. All the fuses checked good so I ordered an ultra matched set of EH's and after making the bias setting had 4mV difference and I thought that was abnormal. I was thinking the tubes should read the same but I suppose they don't most of the time. I'm not sure what the bias was new since I wasn't equipped to check it. I had another problem anyway which Line 6 fixed.
  3. As far as I know it only works when the DT50 low volume mode is off and you can only toggle it on/off. You can control the amps volume with you guitar volume or a pedal. How are you editing the midi with your computer? I use an HD500 via midi cable.
  4. I was thinking the same thing. The commercials always seem way too loud. So annoying it turns me off making me go out of my way to avoid whatever they're selling, lol.
  5. I've been meaning to do this with my el cheapo strat.
  6. You need a real midi interface. The Pod is not quite there. The Midisport UNO is popular for this operation.
  7. Have you tried to boost the mic with the trim pot on the back of the pod. Also you can boost it with the mixer for path B. I sometimes use a tube comp for path B before the mixer, also sometimes a distortion of I want it.
  8. They flew off the shelves. I would've went for one if had more spare money.
  9. Brazzy

    Connection

    If you have an FX loop take the L 1/4" analog out from you Pod and plug it into the FX Return on your amp. Set the Pod to Studio/Direct. I usually have the master volume on the Pod turned down and have the master on the amp at around 50% to start with. Then play the guitar and turn up the Pod's master volume. Depending on the amp I might turn the amp's master volume all the way up.
  10. I keep getting thisMaybe it's a good thing, lol.
  11. I was wondering the same thing.
  12. Brazzy

    Hello !

    Hello! Still alive here, too :) and getting ready for Thanksgiving dinner. Got a nice kiss from old man winter last night, lol.
  13. Interesting, I've never given it a thought but I suppose you could power low mA pedals daisy chaining with the Pods power supply. What would happen if the power supply was over loaded? Would it burn it up or just shutdown with a kind of breaker.
  14. It's all good. I'm always learning and since most of the time I just use the amp all by itself I need to refresh myself of how to hook up different arrangements. This why I always frequent the forum. I browse for related topics about the amp and pod and see if I can learn or help in some way. I remember the first time I hooked up HD500 via L6 to the DT and I had some trouble getting the tone I wanted so then I just plugged the HD500's L 1/4" analog out into the DT50's FX Return tried the two AMP/LINE switch positions and BAMM! I had way better tone and tried the different output modes for the both but I ended up using Studio Direct into the FX Return. I used that for a while but then I started having amp troubles so in between that I used DT Edit and setup some amp within the DT and used them just plugging the guitar into the preamp of the DT. I tried a few other ways, 4CM and 3 other ways but I always went back into the front and in the end and last thing I did was reset the DT back to factory amp settings and just plug into the front with the guitar. Now I'm getting the urge to try L6 link again, lol, but if I have trouble with setting it up fast I'll probably just plug the HD500's 1/4" analog out into the amps FX Return so I can play for a little while. :D
  15. You make a good point Marco. When I hear the word "digital" the word "delicate" definitely comes to mind.
  16. Thanks for your observations. I understand what you mean about the sync time being about the same. If it ain't broke don't worry about it. Time will tell if it's going to be ok.
  17. I was hoping it would've been more like the Spider Jam in that respect. It's cool that they can be recorded via USB.
  18. Yeah, used DT Edit a while ago to program some amps in it and played around with it for a while like that and then I wanted the original set and did the reset but keep in mind this was back around when I was sending my DT to Line 6 'cause if issues with the transformer, etc. Sometimes I even get lost with what I do unless I write it in my notebook, lol. I like my HD500 too and now that I've got experience with it I'll likely never sell it. Same with the DT50.
  19. I'm pretty sure I've done this before and all it did was reset the programmed amps back to the way it was from the factory. So all the controls would work they way they did from the store. I don't think it reinstalls the original firmware. Don't take my word on that though as it's been a while. This is going to make me drag that amp out and hook up via midi & DT Edit again, lol.
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