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  1. I would also like to hear as of today Nov 2018, there is a solution to using all the speakers in a NOT Wet/Dry/wet fashion? I am considering buying the FH1500 as opposed of the Power Cab (I like the added features). But I really need to be able to use all speakers, specially since I will be pairing it up with a Kemper.
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    Enhancements? UPDATES?

    What they need to do with the Variax is to open the protocol and use standard MIDI. Then you can use whatever Wireless BTLE MIDI Adapter you want or any other device with your Variax. The main reason I do not buy a Variax is because I am forced to use a L6 processor. Although I do like their processors and have had several of them, I am currently experimenting with other ones and hate when a brand tries to keep you in their ecosystem like Apple. The best thing to do is to interoperate. Currently running a GK guitar until I see a more appealing Variax instrument which btw, I would love it would be available as a kit.
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    No Bluetooth or Aux In option? Bummer

    USB connectivity for the sake of playing tracks although possible, is not very flexible in many situations but yeah, definitely an option. Now my next question. Would anyone consider the Firehawk over the Power Cab and why? FRFR strictly speaking and not the different specific features.
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    No Bluetooth or Aux In option? Bummer

    Well they do have Bluetooth in the Firehawk 1500 which is also intended to pro professional an live use. The ME Gemini also has an option and at that price point it is definitely professional and live use. I know I would not get an official response. Sometimes we do things with false hopes and implicitly venting a disappointment.
  5. What a bummer, I would love to upgrade my Amplifi 150 with the PowerCab to use with my Kemper. I use the Bluetooth option a LOT for Jaming along. I would have expected at least the Plus to had this features. At the very least an Aux in. It is silly but at this moment the Amplifi is more appealing to me due this missing features of the PC. I know the PC is thought to a more professional use but even the Mission Engineering Gemini 2 has Bluetooth option (too expensive for me though). Line 6 folks, are there any plans to include this on a hardware revision or is there any reason not to include it?
  6. Response from Line 6 support. "I have seen this happen with some guitars that have active electronic, or come with a built-in preamps such as the MusicMan guitar that is pictured in the attached file. I've had one person create a buffer with a cable, that made the noise go away. So I know what you mean. However, this should not be happening with passive guitars like Stratocasters or Telecasters or Les Pauls. If you continue to encounter this issue with passive guitars, then it maybe something in the environment. Otherwise there is a chance it could be the transmitter itself. If it continues to happen, I would suggest getting the G10 system replace with your retailer." So I will contact my retailer for a replacement.
  7. Thank you. That was my understanding. I have opened my support ticket and still waiting for response. I have one guitar en special that the issue is very bad though and was the one that made me realize the issue existed.
  8. I wont give up either. I might be wrong though. Will open my support case too.
  9. Ok I have done some more troubleshooting based on other posts and it seems the high frequency (2.4Ghz) gets oddly leaked from the G10's Antenna to the Tip/Hot signals and this it is heard on the amp. When I used a regular cable and in the other end a female-female 1/4inch adapter with the G10 transmitter connected to it, the noise is gone unless I move the transmitter close to the guitar. This clearly shows the transmitter's communications with the receiver is the source of the noise and gets coupled though the audio path on the guitar side. I doubt there is a solution to this unless they release a G10 operating at 5Ghz, even then, not sure the signal would be heard. This issue totally defeats the purpose of the G10.
  10. It took me long to realize about that sound because all my patches use Noise gates. Yesterday I went to create a patch from scratch and had not included the gate and there is when I realized about the high pitch noise. Yeah a noise gate is a workaround but still I believe there must be something wrong with the unit. Did I mention the noise is still there even with no guitar plugged in? Does that happen to you?
  11. I just came to the Forum looking for other reports of the same issue. I have noticed the same on my less than a week unit. The high frequency ringing happens even if I do not plug the transmitter to any guitar and I just press the on/off button. Of course it happens with all my guitars, Passive or Active, Adaptor plug or not. I was about to open my own support ticket.
  12. Cool, thanks for confirming. I may suggest a solution for this if you are interested. Use this 9-lug jack connector: http://www.stewmac.com/Pickups_and_Electronics/Components_and_Parts/Jacks/9-lug_Stereo_Jack.html You can wire it up so the Ring is not used for powering up ATG, therefore allowing the G10T to operate perfectly. For powering ATG you would simply use one of the other two isolated switches.
  13. Hey Sacco - What relay model do you use with ATG? G10? by reading the interoperability notes, I suspect the G10 will have issues with sensing when connecting to the guitar. The AT-200 uses a "soft" power on pulling up a wire to 5v, again, I suspect the G10 will not like it unless using the mono plug adapter. This is on normal use, not on my plan of installing internally.
  14. Good to know. Thanks for that.
  15. We have spoken before about ATG. I am the also Venezuelan fella who chated with you over Facebook once. Yeah, I will make that test prior doing any permanent modification to the transmitter. I will also incorporate the Quiccosound mi.1 for wireless MIDI.