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  1. I searched the choptones site for "pod go bass." The search yielded four results, none of which seem very compelling. @luca5x, to which choptones product do you refer? Perhaps I missed it; their web site is not well organized, and it's difficult to find products that may fit the "pod go for bass" application.
  2. Thank you, @spaceatl and @Vics53 ! I used the 1/4" TRS to XLR cable last week to connect my Pod Go to the and had no issue. I understand the "quasi" comment from spaceatl, and the venue has DI boxes laying around, so I can grab one if needed for some reason. buzz
  3. To be more succinct: Does the Pod Go's balanced 1/4" TRS output eliminate ground loop issues? I would use a 1/4" TRS to XLR cable to connect the Pod Go directly to the house sound system. Thank you, buzz
  4. Greetings, I play bass with my Pod Go at a venue that seats ~400 folks. Live performances only. The sound board is about 70 feet across the room. I have been plugging into random DI boxes, but I thought it might be good to eliminate the middle man (DI box) and plug the Pod Go directly into the XLR jack in the stage. I don't know if this is a great idea or a terrible one, and I haven't purchased the 1/4" TRS to XLRM cable yet to try it. I think it would work great, although someone said I may need a LIFT setting to break any potential ground loop. The Pod Go has no such setting/switch (as far as I can tell), although I believe some of the higher end Line6 stuff does. Is this a non-issue? If I use the balanced, 1/4" TRS main out of the Pod Go, do I still need to worry about separately dealing with breaking any potential ground loop? (Or does the Pod Go handle this for me?) Thanks so much in advance for your help with this! buzz
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