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DL4 MkII Troubleshooting
Line6Tony posted a article in DL4 MkII Stompbox ModelerIf you are having trouble with your DL-4 MkII stompbox modeler, please try the following: - Use a different guitar, cables, and amp to make sure they are individually working correctly. - Remove all other pedals between your instrument and the amplifier. Ensure that: - The cables you are using to test work correctly by plugging directly from the instrument into the amplifier. - All jacks and nuts on the pedal are tight. - The unit is receiving sufficient power from the correct power supply (fresh batteries or a Line 6 DC-3g, DC-3h or DC-1g). Do not use old batteries to test pedals. - Reset the pedal by pressing the A and 'Tap' footswitches while inserting the power connector and powering on. Continue to hold the switches for approximately 8 seconds, until you see the green LEDs light up. - The last thing to try is to reinstall the firmware. Go to https://line6.com/software/index.html, choose "DL4 MkII" and "Firmware" from the menus, then follow the directions listed with the latest firmware entry. If you are still having difficulty you will need to have the unit repaired at an Authorized Service Center. All Line 6 Pedals carry a 12 month parts and labor warranty from the date of purchase from an Authorized Retailer. Please take a copy of the dated proof of purchase to ensure the warranty is covered. Product Repair Line 6 Product Warranty
G30 transmitter alternative power source
Lanzoyd posted a topic in Relay Digital WirelessI'd like to use a USB powerbank instead of 2x AA batteries, as doing so would give me much more battery capacity and in general would be more convenient for my purpouse. Question is: - can the transmitter operate under 5V or will it break anything? Thank you in advance!
I wonder if I could trouble you for a bit of advice? Iâ€™ve got a Line 6 XD-V30 wireless mic, which I wouldnâ€™t mind taking out busking with me. Though the mic is wireless, the receiver needs a power supply 9v â€“ 200ma. Could I get 4x 9v batteries, wire 2 pairs in series, making them collectivly 18v, then join them together in parallel, bringing the voltage back to 9v. Is my logic correct here, can I damage the receiver and how does this effect the 200ma side of things? Cheers!
What can i do to avoid the battery in my JTV 59 ? is there something i can buy to plug into other than using batteries?? Thank You