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  1. Same here starting... today. The battery pack was low (1 led) and after recharging, I noticed the same behavior as described by dkerwood. Weird indeed. Anyone with an explanation? Thx, -Patrick
  2. Same issue here... FBV3 dead after a FW update to 1.15... What should I do? You guys ever had or found a solution? Edit: "fixed" by restarting FBV3 n update mode (hold FS1 and A when plugging in the USB cable. The update went through fine.
  3. Trying to download FBv3 FW from Line6: http://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/media/software/7442/Fbv3_v1_02_00.hxf XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/media/software/7442/Fbv3_v1_02_00.hxf Line Number 1, Column 5:FORM
  4. Trying to download FBv3 FW from Line6: http://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/media/software/7442/Fbv3_v1_02_00.hxf XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/media/software/7442/Fbv3_v1_02_00.hxf Line Number 1, Column 5:FORM
  5. Trying to download FBv3 FW from Line6: http://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/media/software/7442/Fbv3_v1_02_00.hxf XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/media/software/7442/Fbv3_v1_02_00.hxf Line Number 1, Column 5:FORM
  6. Trying to download FBV3 FW from line6: http://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/media/software/7442/Fbv3_v1_02_00.hxf: XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/media/software/7442/Fbv3_v1_02_00.hxf Line Number 1, Column 5:FORM
  7. OK - Issue closed. Product may return to Line 6 afterall. -Patrick :(
  8. NO. All what that page says (after I fill correctly the forms at the top of the page) is: At this time, there is no software available that matches your selection.Not much of a help! -Patrick
  9. Hello, Trying to connect via USB my new AMPLIFI TT to my Computer (Dell XPS, Windows XP). The USB drivers are not found, my system searches for CtrlPipe and MsgPipe. Any clue where I can find these and how to install them? Thanks! -Patrick
  10. Hi, Close to the input jack there's a small pream that provides two different levels to the preamp/effect section. The preamp/effect section is the main board that sits in the middle with rather big (2"x2" or so chip(s) on it). The signal from the input jack is first transformed to digital and from there it goes to the big chip (a Ddigital Signal Pprocessor) where effects, patch management, volume and tone settings take place. The DSP is controlled by a set of pots/knobs all gathered on the front Printed Circuit Board; electrical values/signals are read from the positions of the knobs to "tell" the DSP how to manage the guitar signal. Finally the signal is turned back into analog again before entering the Main Amplifier section, another PCB with essentially one big chip on it, itself attached to a heatsink. The big transformer is to change the mains voltage to something adequate to the power amplifier and other preamp sections. Hope this helps, -Patrick
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