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  1. Line6Tony

    StageSource Speakers FAQ

    Français Deutsch Q: Where can I find product manuals and specifications for the StageSource speakers? A: Product manuals and specifications for the StageSource L3t can be found Here. Product manuals and specifications for the StageSource L3s can be found Here. Q: How do I use the StageSource L3t or L3m? A: Check out our video tutorial " ". We also have examples of some common ways to setup the StageSource speakers available Here. Q: Why can't I hear anything from the middle driver on my L3t or L3m? A: The upper woofer always plays below 250Hz. The lower woofer works with the HF driver with a crossover that varies between 2.2 kHz and 7 kHz, depending on the chosen speaker mode. The details for these specs are listed here. Q: What are Smart Speaker Modes? A: The StageSource L3t and L3m use six powerful DSP-based Smart Speaker modes optimized for a variety of performance scenarios including front-of-house PA, floor monitor, personal PA, keyboard backline, acoustic guitar backline, or with a multi-effects guitar processor as a high-performance electric guitar speaker system. The six available Smart Speaker Modes are: Reference/P.A. - Reference/P.A. mode is for live sound reinforcement and features a flat frequency response, a 2.2kHz crossover frequency and maximum low-frequency extension. This mode is the optimal reference setting, whether your cabinet is mounted on a tripod, on stage or installed as part of a larger multi-component system. Playback - Playback mode is optimized for pre-recorded music. Functionally, Playback mode is similar to P.A. mode but includes an EQ curve that emphasizes extreme low and high frequencies, making it well-suited for playing back music from a CD or MP3 player, or for DJ applications. Floor Monitor - Floor Monitor mode is similar to P.A. mode with a slight reduction in low frequency content to counteract coupling when placing the speaker on the floor. If the speaker is powered on while in a horizontal position, Floor Monitor speaker mode will be selected automatically, you can then change to a different mode, if desired. Keyboards - Keyboard Mode optimizes the L3t for use as backline amplification for a keyboard rig. This mode features a flat frequency response with a 3.5kHz crossover frequency, adding more relative energy to the cone and providing a warmer response that is pleasant for instruments. This mode also provides Virtual Tilt-back, which optimizes the speaker’s tuning to achieve an upward tilt to its main axis and aim the sound towards the performer. Acoustic Guitar - Acoustic Guitar mode is optimized to provide a warm and balanced full-range amplification experience for acoustic instruments. This mode also features a 3.5kHz crossover frequency, with a custom-tailored low-frequency response to minimize “boominess” than can occur when amplifying acoustic instruments. Acoustic Guitar mode provides Virtual Tilt-Back, which optimizes the speaker’s tuning to achieve an upward tilt to its main axis and aim the sound towards the performer. Electric Guitar - Electric Guitar Mode was designed to accommodate the modern guitarist who uses a multi-effects floorboard device such as the Line 6 POD®. Rather than sending the signal from the guitarist’s floorboard to an amplifier and then mic’ing the amp, this L3t mode features an overall frequency response that emulates the sound of a 212 combo amp. The dual 10” speakers play full range, with the horn adding only the smallest amount of sparkle to the sound. Q: Will StageSource L3t and L3m function as a floor monitor? A: The StageSource L3t and L3m feature two sets of kickstands that can be used to angle the speakers upwards towards the performer. The two back-panel kickstands flip out, allowing the L3t and L3m to be angled upwards at 60°, the side mounted carrying handle doubles as a kickstand as well, allowing the L3t and L3m to be angled upwards at 30°. The StageSource L3t and L3m both include a smart speaker mode optimized for using the loudspeaker as a floor monitor. If the speaker is powered on while in a horizontal position, Floor Monitor speaker mode will be selected automatically. Check out our video tutorial on " " to see how to how to use the built in kickstands. Q: How does the L6 Link Network work with the StageSource speakers? A: Check out our video tutorial " ". When connecting speakers together in a L6 Link network, we recommend using 110-ohm AES/EBU XLR cables. Q: Can the StageSource speakers be pole mounted? A: The StageSource L3t and L3m both feature a pole mount that accommodates standard 35 mm diameter speaker poles. The L3s features three threaded pole mounts (one on top, two on the right side) to accommodate Line 6 M20 threaded speaker poles. The M20 threaded speaker pole part numbers are: Short pole - for mounting an L3t/L3m tower (Part # 98-037-0003) Long pole - for mounting an L3t/L3m tower (Part # 98-037-0004) Q: What is the proper method for suspending the StageSource speakers? A: The StageSource L3t and L3m provide four threaded M10 attachment points for suspension and one threaded M10 attachment point for pull-back and aiming the speaker. These are designed to allow for suspending the loudspeaker only by a qualified professional familiar with safe rigging practices. Improper installation may result in damage to the speaker or support structure, or injury or death. WARNING! If you are unfamiliar with suspending loudspeakers, con­sult an authorized, qualified professional prior to installation. WARNING! Before rigging or suspending any loudspeaker product, in­spect all rigging hardware, cabinets, attachment points, transducers, and associated peripherals. Any absent, warped, or non-load rated equipment could seriously compromise the strength of the installation and should be immediately corrected. WARNING! Always follow all municipal building codes, as well as any local, state, and federal safety guidelines regarding the installation and operation of loudspeakers and associated peripherals. Always use two attachment points on either the top or bottom of the L3t/L3m The rear panel pull-back attachment point is only for aiming the speaker downwards (see illustration below); it is not to be used as a load-bearing suspension point. For permanent installations, use only the Line 6 eyebolt kit (Part # 98-037-0005). Q: Can I use a different crossover with the StageSource speakers? A: Using an external crossover is not recommended when using L3t tops with L3s subs. Simply connecting the pair via Line 6 link activates the precision engineered internal crossover and DSP. However when matching the L3t speaker system with a 3rd party subwoofer an external crossover may be necessary. In this case, connect the Main outputs of your mixer into your crossovers inputs. Connect the high/mid frequency output of the crossover to the rear panel Line Level Input of the L3t or L3m loudspeaker, than connect the low frequency output of the crossover into the line input of a self-powered subwoofer system or into the power amp that powers your passive subwoofer cabinet. Q: Can I install a different speaker driver into the StageSource speaker cabinet? A: The speaker drivers used are specifically designed for the speaker cabinets and speaker modes used with the StageSource series. Changing the speaker drivers can effect reliability and performance and will void the manufacturer warranty. Q: Where do I register my new StageSource speakers? A: Line 6 products can be registered to your Line 6 User account Here. Q: Where can I find out more information about Live Sound? A: Check out our Live Sound Resources and Live Sound Glossary of Terms. Wo kann ich Benutzerhandbücher und Spezifikationen der StageSource Lautsprecher finden? Handbücher und Spezifikationen des StageSource L3t können Sie hier finden, Handbücher und Spezifikationen des L3s hier und für das L3m, hier. Wie benutze ich die StageSource L3t und L3m? StageSource L3t und L3m haben sechs leistungsfähige Smart Speaker Modi, welche auf digitaler Signalverarbeitung basieren und für eine Vielfalt von Aufführungs-Szenarien optimiert sind, wie z.B. Front of House Beschallung, Bodenmonitor, persönliche Beschallungsanlage, Keyboard Backline, Akustische Gitarren Backline oder mit Multieffekt Gitarrenprozessor als hochleistungs Lautprechersystem für elektrische Gitarren. Die sechs verfügbaren Smart Speaker Modi sind: Reference/P.A.: Der Reference/P.A. Modus dient der verstärkung von Live Sound und hat einen fixen Frequenzgang, eine 2.2kHz Trennfrequenz und zusätzlich eine Erweiterung der maximal Tieffrequenz. Dieser Modus ist die beste Allgemeineinstellung egal ob Ihr Gerät nun auf einem Dreibein befestigt ist, auf der Bühne steht oder in ein größeres System mit mehreren Komponenten eingebunden ist. Playback: Der Playback Modus ist optimal für voraufgezeichnete Musik. Funktionell ist dieser Modus dem P.A. Modus sehr ähnlich. Er beinhaltet jedoch eine EQ Kurve, die extrem tiefe und hohe Frequenzen betont, was ihn perfekt zum Abspielen von Musik eines CD/MP3 Players oder zur Benutzung von DJ Anwendungen macht. Floor Monitor: Der Floor Monitor Modus ist auch wieder ähnlich dem P.A. Modus, jedoch mit einer leichten Minderung des Tieffrequenzberiches, was eine Bass Frequenzkopplung unterdrückt wenn man den Monitor auf den Boden stellt. Wenn der Lautsprecher angeschaltet ist während er sich in einer horizonatalen Position befindet wird der Floor Monitor Modus automatisch eingeschaltet. Sie können dann immernoch den Modus wieder umstellen wenn Sie möchten. Keyboards: Der Keyboard Modus optimiert den L3t zur Nutzung als Backline Verstärker für ein Keyboard-Rig. Dieser Modus hat eine fixen Frequenzgang mit einer 3.5kHz Trennfrequenz, was zusätzliche Energie an die Membran liefert und so eine wärmere Resonanz erzeugt, die besser ist für Instrumente. Acoustic Guitar: Der Acosutic Guitar Modus ist auf warme und balancierte Verstärkung für akustische Instrumente optimiert. Dieser Modus hat eine 3.5kHz Trennfrequenz mit maßgeschneiderter Tieffrequenz um Dröhnen zur vermindern, welches entstehen kann wenn man akustische Instrumente verstärkt. Außerdem optimiert dieser Modus noch die Abstimmung des Lautsprechers um eine Aufwärtsneigung zu simulieren und so den Ton auf den Künstler zu richten. Electric Guitar: Der Modus Electric Guitar wurde für den modernen Gitaristen entworfen, der ein Multi-Effekt Floorboard wie das Line 6 POD® benutzt. Anstatt das das Signal vom Floorboard an den Verstärker gesendet wird, simuliert der Lautsprecher den Ton einer 212 Combo anhand eines angepassten Gesamtfrequenzganges. Die doppelten 10" Lautsprecher spielen hier die volle Spektrum. Das Horn fügt nur noch die kleinste Verfeinerung hinzu. Funktionieren die StageSource L3t und L3m als Bodenmonitore? StageSource L3t und L3m haben zwei Sätze von ausklappbaren Ständern, die benutzt werden können um den Lautsprecher auf den Künstler zu richten. Die zwei Ständer auf der Rückseite des L3t und L3m können ausgeklappt werden um einen Winkel von 60° zu erzeugen und der Tragegriff kann ausgeklappt werden und dient so auch als Ständer mit einem Winkel von 30°. L3t und L3m enthalten beide einen Smart Speaker Modus, der die Lautsprecher als Bodenmonitore optimiert. Wenn der Lautsprecher angeschaltet ist während er in horizontaler Position ist, schaltet sich der Floor Monitor Modus automatisch an. Für eine Anleitung schauen Sie sich bitte dieses Video an: " " (Englisch) Wie funktioniert das L6 Link Netzwerk mit den StageSourde Lautsprechern? Dieses Video beschreibt die Nutzung von L6 Link: " ". Wenn Sie Lautsprecher in ein L6 Link Netzwerk einbinden wollen empfehlen wir die Nutzung von 110 Ω AES/EBU XLR Kabeln. Kann man die StageSource Lautsprecher auf eine Stange montieren? Die StageSource L3t und L3m haben beide eine standard 35mm Einfassung. Das L3s hat drei Einfassungen (Eine oben und zwei auf der rechen Seite.) um Line 6 M20 Stangen zu befestigen. Die Teilenummern für M20 Stangen sind: "Short pole" – Zum Aufbau eines L3t/L3m Turmes. (Nummer 98-037-0003) "Long pole" – Zum Aufbau eines L3t/L3m Turmes. (Nummer 98-037-0004) Was ist die ordnungsgemäße Methode zur Aufhängung meiner StageSource Lautsprecher? Die StageSource L3t und L3m Lautsprecher bieten vier M10 Befestigungspunkte für die Aufhängung und einen M10 Befestigungspunkt um den Lautsprecher nach hinten zu ziehen und auszurichten. Diese sind dazu entworfen, von einem qualifizierten Professionellen mit ausreichend Rigging-Erfahrung, den Lautsprecher aufzuhängen. Nicht ordnungsgemäße Befestigung oder Aufhängung kann denn Lautsprecher, die Aufhängung beschädigen und zu Verletzungen und Tod führen. ACHTUNG! Wenn Sie sich nicht mit der Aufhängung von Lautsprechern auskennen konsultieren Sie bitte einen autorisierten, qualifizierten Professionellen vor der Installation. ACHTUNG! Vor dem Riggen oder Aufhängen eines Lautsprechers müssen Sie immer jegliche Hardware, Boxen, Befestigungspunkte, Wandler, und alle anderen angeschlossenen Geräte überprüfen. Jedes fehlende, verbogene Material oder Material, welches keine Belastbarkeitsmarkierung hat, könnte die Festigkeit des Aufbaus kompromittieren und sollte umgehend korrigiert werden. ACHTUNG! Folgen Sie immer den kommunalen Bauvorschriften sowie lokalen, staatlichen und föderalen Sicherheitsrichtlinien in Bezug auf den Aufbau und Betrieb von Lautsprechern und dazugehörigen Peripheriegeräten. Benutzen Sie immer zwei Befestigungspunkte entweder oben oder unten des L3t/L3m. Der hintere Befestigungspunkt ist ausschließlich zur Ausrichtung des Lautsprechers abwärts (wie auf folgendem Bild) und darf nicht als tragender Aufhängungspunkt benutzt werden. Für permanenten Aufbau, benutzten Sie bitte ausschließlich das Line 6 Eyebolt Kit (Teilenummer: 98-037-0005) Kann ich ein anderes Crossover mit meinen StageSource Lautsprechern benutzen? Die Nutzung eines externen Crossovers mit L3t Tops und L3s Subs ist nicht empfohlen. Die Verbindung der Beiden via Line 6 Link aktiviert das interne Crossover und die digitale Signalverarbeitung. Wenn Sie jedoch den L3t Lautsprecher mit einem Subwoofer eines Drittanbieters verbinden könnte ein exteres Crossover von Nöten sein. In diesem Fall müssen Sie dann die Main Outs des Mixers in die Crossover Eingänge stecken. Verbinden Sie den Hoch-/Mittenfrequenz Ausgang des Crossovers mit dem Line Level Eingang des L3t oder L3m Lautsprechers und verbinden Sie dann den Ausgang der Tieffrequenz des Crossovers mit dem Line Eingang des Subwoofers (sofern mit externer Stromversorgung ausgerüstet) oder in die Endstufe, die Ihren passiven Subwoofer versorgt. Kann ich einen anderen Treiber auf die StageSource Lautsprecher installieren? Die Lautsprechertreiber, die auf den StageSource installiert sind benutzen speziell für die Modelle entworfene Treiber und Lautsprecher Modi. Das Wechseln der Treiber kann Performance und Verlässlichkeit beeinträchtigen außerdem hebt es die Herstellergarantie auf. Wo kann ich meine neuen StageSource Lautsprecher registrieren? Line 6 Produkte können auf Ihrem Line 6 Benutzerkonto registriert werden: Hier. Wo kann ich mehr Informationen über Live Sound finden? Versuchen Sie es hier: Live Sound Resources und hier: Live Sound Glossary of Terms. (Englisch) Où est-ce que je peux trouver des manuels et spécifications des haut-parleurs StageSource? Manuels d'utilisations et spécifications du StageSource L3t ici, les manuels et spécifications du L3s ici et pout le L3m, vous les pouvez trouver ici. Comment est-ce que j'utilise le StageSource L3t ou L3m? Consultez notre vidéo tutoriel " " (anglais). Quelques exemples communs pour installer les haut-parleurs StageSource: Ici. Que sont les modes Smart Speaker? Les StageSource L3t et L3m utilisent 6 modes Smart Speaker puissants basés sur DSP (Traitement numérique du signal) qui sont optimisés pour divers scénarios, comprenant les systèmes PA, comme retour de scène, les systèmes PA personnels, clavier en backline, guitare en backline ou comme système haut-parleur guitare de haute performance avec un processeur multi-effets de guitare. Ces modes Smart Speaker disponibles sont: Reference/P.A.: Reference/P.A. est pour renforcement du son live et a une réponse en fréquence fixée, une fréquence de coupure de 2.2kHz et une extension de basse-fréquence maximale. Ce mode est le réglage optimal si votre haut-parleur est monté sur un trépied, sur scène ou installé comme partie d'un système plus grande à plusieurs composants. Playback: Le mode Playback est optimisé pour la musique préenregistrée. Ce mode est similaire au mode P.A. mais a une courbe d'égalisation qui met l'accent dur les fréquences extrêmement basses et hautes que le fait le mode optimal pour jouer la musique d'un lecteur MP3 ou CD ou pour les applications DJ. Floor Monitor: Le Mode Floor Monitor est similaire au mode P.A. mais avec une réduction en contenu en fréquence basse pour neutraliser le couplage si vous le placez sur le sol. Si l'haut-parleur est allumé et en position horizontale, le mode Floor Monitor est sélecté automatiquement mais vous pouvez le changer si désiré. Keyboards: Le mode Keyboard optimise l'haut-parleur pout l'utilisation avec un rig au clavier. Ce mode a une réponse en fréquence fixée avec une fréquence de coupure de 3.5kHz, ce qu'ajoute d'énergie relative à la cône et offre une réponse améliorée pour l'utilisation avec des instruments. Ce mode change aussi le réglage du haut-parleur pour atteindre une inclination vers le haut et vise comme-ça le son vers l'artiste. Acoustic Guitar: Le mode Acoustic Guitar est optimisé pour l'expérience d'amplification en pleine-gamme équilibrée avec les instruments acoustiques. Ce mode a une fréquence de coupure de 3.5kHz avec une réponse en fréquence basse sur mesure pour réduire la résonance que peut se produire si on amplifie des instruments acoustiques. Le mode Acoustic Guitar change aussi le réglage du haut-parleur pour atteindre une inclination vers le haut et vise comme-ça le son vers l'artiste. Electric Guitar: Le mode Electric Guitar a été créé pour le guitariste moderne, qui utilise un floorboard come le Line 6 POD®. Plutôt que le signal sera transféré du floorboard au amplificateur, ce mode a une réponse de fréquence globale qui émule le son d'un ampli combo 212. Les deux haut-parleurs 10" jouent en gamme complète. Le Pavillon à chambre de compression ajoute seulement une peut de vivacité. Est-ce que StageSource L3t et L3m fonctionnent comme retour de scène? StageSource L3t et L3m ont deux séries de kickstands lesquelles peuvent être utilisés pour orienter le haut-parleur vers l'artiste. Les deux kickstands du panneau arrière déplient pour un angle de 60° mais la poignée de transport est aussi un kickstand qui déplie pour un angle de 30°. L3t et L3m comprennent un mode Smart Speaker optimisé pour l'utilisation comme retour de scène. Si le haut-parleur est allumé en position horizontale, le mode Floor Monitor sera sélecté automatiquement. Ce vidéo vous aide avec l'utilisation des kickstands: " " (anglais) Comment est-ce que L6 Link fonctionne avec les haut-parleurs StageSource? Regardez ce vidéo tutoriel: " " (anglais). Si vous connectez vos haut-parleurs avec un réseau L6 Link, nous recommandons un câble AES/EBU XLR de 110 Ω. Est-ce que je peux monter StageSource sur un poteau? Les StageSource L3t et L3m on une fixation pour un poteau standard 35mm. Le L3s a trois fixations (une en dessus et deux sur le côté droit) pour les poteaux Line 6 M20. Les numéros de pièces pour les M20 poteaux sont: Poteau courte pour L3t et L3m (N° de pièce 98-037-0003) Poteau longue pour L3t et L3m (N° de pièce 98-037-0004) Quelle est la propre méthode de suspendre les haut-parleurs StageSource? Les StageSource L3t et L3m ont quatre points de fixation M10 pour la suspension et un point de fixation M10 pour tirer et viser l'haut-parleur. Ces points sont créés pour la suspension du haut-parleur seulement par un professionnel qualifié avec pratique sûre. Installation incorrecte peut causer de dommage au haut-parleur, la structure ou blessure ou décès. ATTENTION! Si vous ne savez pas comment suspendre des haut-parleurs, consultez du personnel qualifié avant l'installation. ATTENTION! Avant que vous suspendiez un produit haut-parleur, vérifiez toujours tous le matériel, haut-parleurs, points de fixation, transducteurs et périphériques associés. N'importe quel produit manquant, déformé ou sans capacité de gain spécifiée peut compromettre la robustesse de l'installation et doit être corrigé directement. ATTENTION! Suivez toujours les codes du bâtiment municipaux et les directives de sécurité locale, gouvernementale et fédérale concernant l'installation et exploitation des haut-parleurs et périphériques associés. Utilisez toujours deux points de fixation en dessus ou dessous du L3t/L3m. Le point de fixation en arrière est uniquement pour viser le haut-parleur et ne peut pas être utilisé comme point de fixation portant. Utilisez uniquement les Line 6 Eyebolt Kits (Part # 98-037-0005) pour les installations permanentes. Est-ce que je peux utiliser un crossover différent avec les haut-parleurs StageSource? Ce n'est pas recommandé d'utiliser un crossover externe avec les L3t tops et L3s subs. Simplement connecter les deux via L6 Link active le crossover et DSP interne. Si vous soulez connecter le L3t avec un subwoofer d'un tiers, un crossover externe peut-être nécessaire. Dans ce cas, connectez les Main Outs du mixeur avec les entrées crossover. Connectez les sorties de fréquence mi/haute du crossover au panneau en arrière (Line Level) du L3t ou L3m et connectez la sortie de fréquence basse du crossover au Line In du système subwoofer (avec alimentation externe) ou au ampli de puissance qui fais fonctionner le subwoofer passive. Est-ce que je peux installer d'autres pilotes dans mon haut-parleur StageSource? Les pilotes sont spécialement conçu pour les haut-parleurs StageSource et les modes apprenantes. Le changement du pilote peut affecter la fiabilité et performance et annulera la garantie. Où est-ce que je peux enregistrer mes StageSource? Les produits Line 6 peuvent être enregistrés sur votre compte Line 6 ici. Où est-ce que je peux trouver plus d'informations sur Live Sound? Essayez ses liens (en anglais): Live Sound Resources et Live Sound Glossary of Terms.
  2. Line6Tony

    XD-V35/V35L FAQ

    Pilot's Handbook (all technical specifications listed on page 11 of 11). The XD-V35 Offers: A superb SM58 model with cardoid pattern in the handheld transmitter A High Pass Filter in the XD-V35L body pack transmitter for optimized vocal reproduction An improved radio front end offering even better isolation from RF interference outside of the 2.4GHz band Improved WiFi compatibility when used in the RF2 Mode The ability to switch between the new RF2 Mode and the RF1 Mode used by Line 6 Relay and XD-V70/30 products XD-V35 System Components: XD-V35 Receiver (with 9V/500mA DC-1g Power Supply), THH06 Handheld Microphone (with two AA Alkaline Batteries & Mic Stand Clip), User's Manual. XD-V35L System Components: XD-V35 Receiver (with 9V/500mA DC-1g Power Supply), TBP06 Bodypack Transmitter (with two AA Alkaline Batteries), Unidirectional Lavalier Mic (with Windscreen & Clip), User's Manual. TBP06 Beltpack 1/4" TRS Connector Pinout: Tip = Signal Ring = Bias Voltage (5VDC) Sleeve = Ground Setting Transmitter Compatibility Mode (RF2 to RF1) The XD-V35 System ships set to the new dual frequency RF2 Mode. To use an XD-V35 Transmitter with an earlier generation XD-V30 Receiver (which operates in RF1 Mode), you must change the transmitter from RF2 mode to RF1 Mode. Here's how to do this: THH06 Handheld Transmitter Turn the transmitter OFF. Press and hold the Channel Select button. With Channel Select held down, press and hold the Power ON button. The Blue LED over Channel 1 will flash three times. This indicates that the transmitter is operating in RF1 Mode now. To revert back to RF2 Mode, repeat Steps 1-4. The Blue LED over Channel 2 will flash three times. This indicates RF2 Mode on the transmitter. TBP06 Beltpack Transmitter Turn the transmitter OFF. Set the Channel Select slide switch to Channel 6. Turn ON the transmitter. NOTE: The next three steps (#4-6) must be completed within three seconds of turning on the transmitter! Wait for the Blue LED to flash, followed by a Green LED flash. Immediately slide the Channel Select switch to Channel 1 (completely left). Quickly slide the Channel Select switch completely right back to Channel 6. The Blue LED will flash once to indicate that the transmitter is now operating in RF1 Mode. To revert back to RF2 Mode, repeat steps #1-6. Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html
  3. Line6Tony

    XD-V75 FAQ

    XD-V Digital Wireless Systems Comparison Page Receiver Output Level Adjust (Digital Gain Control): default is set to Unity Gain (0 dB), but now the XD-V75 Receiver provides users with the ability to adjust output "digital" gain by -18dB up to +12dB to provide more flexibility, especially when using third party microphones. Note: +12dB gain is NOT equivalent to "line-level" signal; this is still a "mic-level" signal. 14 Channels: up from the 12 Channels on our previous XD-V70 system. 10 Microphone models (for Hand-Held System) L6 (Line 6): Line 6 Custom 58 (Shure): SM58 B58 (Shure): Beta 58 57 (Shure): SM57 835 (Sennheiser): e835 935 (Sennheiser): e935 41 (Audio-Technica): AE4100 767 (Electro-Voice): N/D767A O5 (Audix): OM5 D5 (AKG): D5 *All product names above are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6's sound model development. SHURE and SM58 are registered trademarks of Shure Incorporated. Sennheiser is a registered trademark of Sennheiser Electronic Corp. Audix is a registered trademark of Audix Corporation. Audio-Technica is a registered trademark Audio-Technica Corporation. Electro-Voice is a registered trademark of Telex Communications, Inc. AKG is a trademark of AKG Acoustics GmbH. 9 Custom EQ Filter models (for Lavalier/Headset/Transmitter Systems) SF1 (Speech Filter 1): Gentle High-Pass SF2 (Speech Filter 2): Gentle High-Pass and High-Cut SF3 (Speech Filter 3): Moderate High-Pass and High-Cut SF4 (Speech Filter 4): Gentle High-Pass, Mid-Cut and High-Cut SF5 (Speech Filter 5): Moderate High-Pass, Mid-Cut and High-Cut SF6 (Speech Filter 6): Aggressive High-Pass, Mid-Cut and High-Cut IF1 (Instrument Filter 1): Guitar Cable High-Frequency Roll-Off IF2 (Instrument Filter 2): Woodwind Instrument Enhancement IF3 (Instrument Filter 3): Brass Instrument Enhancement Audio Metering (LED 5) Red *Clip*: only lights up when audio signal is clipping (LED 4) -06dB: any peak signal -6dB or above (LED 3) -18dB: any peak signal -18dB or above (LED 2) -30dB: any peak signal -30dB or above (LED 1) -60dB: any peak signal -60dB or above Battery Metering (LED 5) Green: 5 or more hours left (LED 4) Green: 4-5 hours left (LED 3) Green: 3-4 hours left (LED 2) Green: 2-3 hours left (LED 1) Green: 1-2 hours left (LED 1) Red: 1 hour left (LED 1) Red *Flashing*: less than 40 minutes left Improved Dynamic Filter: minimizes unwanted handling or incidental background noise. OFF: No Filtering NORM: Filter for Singing TALK: Filter for Speaking RF Channel Scan: provides a visual map of the 2.4 GHz space in the System Setup of the Receiver Unit, enabling system technicians and performers to "map out" the 2.4 GHz spectrum when other wireless devices in proximity are active as well. It also provides visual indication of the RF1 and RF2 mode devices being operated in the range of the receiver. In short, allows the user to select channels that have lower background interference and to better avoid WiFi interference. Crypto Mode: a digital cipher scheme allowing secure open-channel communication in critical situations. Better known as encryption and allows to lock a transmitter to a receiver so that no other receiver (that doesn't have the code keyed in) to receive the transmission from that particular transmitter. This provides security for those who wish to keep their program material from being intercepted by unauthorized individuals. It is typically used in courtrooms, hospitals and board meeting rooms. Improved RF Out-Of-Band Isolation: improved radio front end providing better isolation from RF interference outside of the 2.4 GHz band. Normally RF signals that are not close to the tuned frequency of a receiver are ignored by that receiver, however when they are very close or very strong they may interfere with a receiver. We added an extra layer of protection and filtering to block signals from transmitters outside of the 2.4 GHz band. Mini-USB Port: for any future Firmware updates when new versions are release via Line 6 Monkey. It is now possible to update existing Relay and XD-V products via 1/4" TRS (stereo) cable or radio transmission from the XD-V75 antenna outputs with the XD-V75 Receiver. Dimensions XD-V75 Receiver: Standard 1 unit space height (1/2 width) rackmount Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Additional Links: XD-V75 Manual XD-V Digital Wireless Microphones FAQ Digital Wireless Troubleshooting USB Firmware Updating USB Firmware Updating (Device Positioning)
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    POD HD Desktop FAQ

    Please download and read the following manuals for the POD HD500 and POD HD500 Edit Software: POD HD Quick Start Guide POD HD Advanced Guide Power Adapter: Included line 6 DC-3g only (9V DC, 3A, 2.5mm barrel diameter, center pin negative) Q: How many amp models are included in the POD HD? A: When updated to flash memory version 1.31, POD HD devices have 22 Full HD guitar amp models, and 22 HD guitar pre-amp versions of the full models. Q: How many effects are included with the POD HD modelers?A:The POD HD modelers sport 80, 90, and 100+ effect types respectively derived from the Line 6 M9/M13 effects processors. Click HERE for a complete list of effects models. Dynamics: 8 Distortion: 15 Modulations: 22 Filter: 17 Pitch: 3 EQ: 5 Delays: 19 Reverbs: 12 Volume Pan Wahs: 8 Q: How do I register my POD HD? A: You can register any Line 6 product to your account here: Registration. For more detailed registration help, please see the Product Registration F.A.Q. Q: What is the warranty on the POD HD?A: Twelve months from the date of purchase. Authorized Line 6 Service Centers, will need you to provide a copy of the purchase receipt to validate date for warranty processing. Please be sure to have those materials ready, should you need to get your unit serviced under warranty. Q: How do I perform a Factory Reset on the POD HD? A: A factory reset on the POD HD is performed by re-installing the Flash Memory using the Line 6 Monkey utility. Please ensure to connect the POD HD to a PC or Mac computer via USB 2.0 ports. Please ensure to disconnect all unnecessary USB devices and to test all of the computer's USB ports if you encounter connection problems. You can view a video tutorial on how to re-install the flash memory of the POD HD500 here: [Video Tutorial] How to Reset the POD HD by updating or reinstalling the Flash Memory Q: How do I access the global settings screen on the POD HD? A: Press and hold the VIEW button to the left of the LCD screen on the POD HD to enter the SETUP pages of the POD. Press the Left and Right arrow buttons on the 4 Way Nav to access all of the SETUP pages where you can set your inputs, outputs, MIDI settings and more. Q: How do I reset the global settings of the POD HD? A: Press and hold the Left Arrow button on the 4 Way Nav as you power on the POD HD. This reset resets the global settings back to factory defaults and also renames the Set Lists to factory as well. NOTE: This DOES NOT reset the presets of the POD HD. That requires re-installing the flash memory using Line 6 Monkey. (Same as Factory Reset above.) Q: How should I set the OUTPUT MODE on the POD HD? A: The OUTPUT MODE can be set in PAGE 4 of the global settings pages. NOTE: This setting affects ALL of the outputs of the POD HD: 1/4" unbalanced L/R outputs, the headphones output, and the USB record sends 1-2 into your computer. OUTPUT MODES Studio Direct: For connecting “Direct” to a mixing console (PA) or recording device. Also, this is the best setting for using headphones or monitor speakers. Combo and Stack Settings: These 4 options are all designed to optimize your tone for connecting to an external amplifier. The signal includes "Live' Cab Models, with no Mic Model or "AIR" convolution, with a special EQ curve added for each. Combo Front and Stack Front - For connecting the output of the POD HD into the front input of a typical combo amp or amp head + external cab, respectively. When choosing either of these Modes, you will see additional optional for further tone shaping. Combo Power Amp and Stack Power Amp - For connecting the output of the POD HD into the power amp or Effects Return of a combo or head amp. Ensure to set the Master Output of the POD HD to to a high output setting for this output mode. Use this setting to bypass the front preamp of your amplifier to use the POD as the digital preamp being fed directly into the power amp section of the amp. NOTE: If plugging into the effects return of an amp, set any loop level controls to 100% if available. May get lower output in amps with parallel effects loops by design. Sometimes, you may need to insert a dummy 1/4" into the amps input to make this connection work. Q: Which foot controllers are compatible with the POD HD desktop device? A: The FBV Shortboard Mk II will give you access to the most features of the POD HD by providing you the ability to access all of the presets within the Set Lists' of the POD along with giving the ability to toggle all effects on/off, control over the built-in looper, tuner enable/disable, and the ability to program the Expression Pedal(s) to control parameters of the amps and effects on the POD HD. You can use the FBV Express Mk II pedal for changing between presets, tuner, and expression pedal control. With either pedal, to create and edit Foot Switch assignments, select the desired FX or Amp Block within the Signal Flow View, then hold the Enter button. This displays the FS ASSIGN screen. All assignments are saved per Preset. Q: How do I enable the Wah effect with the expression pedal of FBV controllers when connected to the POD HD? A: When you assign a wah effect (or any other effect) to be toggled on/off by the Expression Pedal Toe Switch of the FBV controller, in order to physically enable or disable the effect, you must press down hard on the front toe portion of the expression pedal. You must use a good amount of pressure pressing down on the toe of the expression pedal which makes it difficult to do with your hand. Place the pedal on the floor and press down hard on the toe of the expression pedal with your foot. You should see the green Volume light change to red WAH (or vice versa). Q: How long is the looper on the POD HD? A: At full speed, the looper has 24 seconds total looping time. In 1/2 Speed Mode, the looper has 48 seconds total looping time. Q: What is the new TWEAK knob for on the POD HD? A: Controls amp or effect parameters that are assigned to TWEAK in the CONTROLLER ASSIGN screen as you would with expression pedal of an FBV controller. Select the desired amp or FX block, then doouble-press the MOVE button to enter the CONTROLLER ASSIGN screen. Q: What are Set Lists and how do I access them? A: The POD HD stores up to 64 presets within each of the 8 Set Lists. Press the PRESETS knob to display the Set Lists screen. Use the 4 Way Nav, or turn the PRESETS knob to select any Set List, then press the ENTER button. This immediately loads the selected Set List, making all its presets available. Q: How do I manage the presets and settings of the POD HD on my computer? A: Download and install the POD HD Edit software to edit or create the presets of the POD HD on your computer. You can store the presets of your POD HD to your computer, and load presets from your computer that you create or download from Customtone.com. (POD HD Preset section coming soon.) You can store the presets of your POD HD to your computer, and load presets from your computer that you create or download from POD HD Edit Pilot's Guide for how to use the program with your POD HD hardware. Q: Which external expression pedals can I use as EXP 2 with the FBV Shortboard POD HD? A: We recommend using the Line 6 EX-1 or the Mission Engineering EP1-L6 expression pedals. You can also use any other expression pedal containing a 10k Ohm Potentiometer. Expression pedals allow you to change stompbox controls using your feet so you can adjust the sound while you play. On the fly, you can modify the length of your delay time, dial up the reverb mix, or change the depth of your tremolo, or anything you program the expression pedal to control on the POD HD. Q: How do I assign an effect or amp block to be toggled with a foot switch of an FBV controller? A: In the Signal Flow screen, select the FX or Amp Block which you want assigned to one of your footswitches. Then Press and hold the ENTER button to display the Footswitch Assign screen. The Footswitch Assign page is display is similar to your Signal Flow view. Use Multi-function Knob 1 to select the footswitch to which you want this FX Block assigned. You can also just press the FS switch you would like to assign it to that amp or effect. NOTE: you can assign multiple FX Blocks to a single footswitch or Exp Pedal's "toe switch". You can reference the current Preset’s FX footswitch assignments by pressing the VIEW button to display the Performance View screen. Q: Does the XLR Mic input provide Phantom power for condenser microphones? A: No, the XLR Mic input does not provide Phantom power. You would need to use an external preamp to provide Phantom power to the condenser mic before connecting to the POD HD. Q: How do I calibrate the Expression Pedal of the FBV controller when connected to the POD HD? A: Please go over the following POD HD500 Pedal Calibration document for instructions on how to calibrate the expression pedal of an FBV controller when connected to a POD HD desktop device. The instructions are the same as for the POD HD500. Q: Does the POD HD desktop have Line 6 Link or MIDI connections? A: No, the POD HD desktop does not have physical connections to communicate via L6 Link or MIDI. Q: What Sample rates does the POD HD Support? A: The POD HD Supports 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96k at 16 or 24bit
  5. Pod Farm iLok Licenses are not subject to model pack purchases. Only Pod Farm Standard for iLok and Pod Farm Platinum for iLok are applicable to iLok licensing and model pack additions do not apply. What is it? POD Farm 2.5 and POD Farm 2.5 Platinum are premium tone plug-ins that add world-renowned POD® tone to any DAW. POD Farm 2.5 offers hand-picked recording essentials for guitar, bass and vocals while POD Farm 2.5 Platinum delivers a stunning collection of more than 250 meaty models. Download POD Farm 2.5 for free to get a taste of what it can do with a limited model set. What's new? · Hardware independence, use any audio interface! · 64-bit support · Free trial version I own POD Farm 2. Do I get a free upgrade to POD Farm 2.5? Yes! Just download POD Farm 2.5 from www.Line6.com/software and enjoy! What are some classic POD Farm features? · Vintage and modern models of amps, cabs, studio-standard effects, classic stompboxes and colorful preamps · It can work as a stand-alone app , no DAW required! · Flexible DSP and effect routing capability · Simple drag-and-drop interface for easy tone switching and control · POD Farm Elements lets you load single models or FX groups to save CPU power · Compatible with any MIDI controller including Line 6 FBV Shortboard MkII and FBV Express MkII · Mac® AU/RTAS®/VST® and Windows® RTAS®/VST® compatible; iLok USB Smart Key version available Can I use POD Farm 2.5 with my current hardware? Absolutely. But we'd recommend POD Studio interfaces, since they have the lowest latency and best signal-to-noise ratio for guitarists. Can I try before I buy? Yes! Go here and download POD Farm 2.5 for free. Test-drive the guitar models, Dual Tone functionality and more. Use it as long as you want and upgrade to POD Farm 2.5 at any time. Can I use my model packs with the demo version? One of the limitations of the free version is that you can only use the model set that comes with the demo. You can use your model packs with POD Farm 2.5 if you purchase a license for it. Where can I purchase POD Farm 2.5 and POD Farm 2.5 Platinum? Download it directly from Line 6 here. Where can I learn more? Visit www.line6.com/podfarm
  6. ****If you recently purchased a Relay V75-SC Super Cardioid Microphone and that capsule does not have microphone models when placed on another XDV-75 handheld microphone body, then you will need to update the firmware on that handheld microphone to version 2.10. Instructions for updating Line 6 wireless systems can be found in other Knowledge Base articles.**** Range XD-V 70/75 systems are rated at 300 feet under ideal conditions and the XD-V30 systems are rated at a 100 foot range. This ‘Open Air Wireless Range’ also known as ‘Line of Sight’, meaning the transmitter’s antenna must have a clear path to the receiver’s antenna and be reasonably free of interference. For best performance ‘Line of Sight’ should be maintained between the receiver’s antennas and the transmitter’s antennas. Radio waves travel in straight lines and do not go around corners. Barriers such as walls can impede the path of radio waves depending on the thickness and the type of construction. RF will not transmit efficiently through metal barriers. If you have aluminum siding or a metal roof, it is unlikely the RF signal will transmit through this barrier with much efficiency. When using wireless systems indoors you could experience a moderate reduction in range compared to outdoors depending on conditions. RF will not transmit through the earth so if the receiver is placed in the basement, and the earth or ground is obstructing the line of sight transmission, it will not receive the direct signal. Human bodies also absorb RF energy and can affect maximum range so remember to place your antennas accordingly. Avoid cupping the bottom of the handheld mic as it will block the antenna resulting in a loss of range. Another significant reduction of range can be expected if the receiver antennas for the XD-V systems are very close to other intentional radiators in the same frequency band such as Wi-Fi wireless access points. Using the XD-V70 with remote paddle antennas and separating the antennas by several feet can be an effective way to mitigate this condition. Interference Q: What is the difference between Analog and Digital wireless systems handling of interference? A: Since the XD-V wireless system is digital, it is able to ‘intelligently’ ignore all signals that are not specifically intended for it. As a result, no audible interference can be generated due to other RF signals occurring simultaneously with the XD-V RF signals. Additionally, the XD-V system utilizes a frequency diversity system in which four different RF frequencies are transmitted for each single audio channel. Only if there are errors or loss of signal on all four RF frequencies within a single transmission packet will an XD-V system mute. Loss of RF signal can be the result of trying to function at too great a distance, having unintentional transmitters too close to a receiver (near/far), or a significant amount of close-by RF signals within the same 2.4GHz range (Wi-Fi, microwave ovens, etc.). In all cases, the symptoms will be the same: reduction of RF LEDs on the front panel that indicate usable RF signal strength, followed by the audio signal muting. Once good enough RF signal is received again, the signal will unmute. Put simply, all forms of potential interference for the XD-V system will have the net effect of reducing the total usable distance for the system. If your application does not require maximum range, then typically little concern about other radio signals is required. If you intend to use your system at a distance, it is recommended that you ‘walk test’ your system in advance of an event to verify that sufficient RF signal is available to avoid mutes from occurring over the entire desired range. Output Level Q: Why does the level change when I swap an XD-V digital wireless with my old wireless system? A: XD-V digital wireless are designed to be the same as a wired mic and are "unity" at the receiver's output relative to input to the transmitter. Most other wireless systems have gain stages that amplify the signal above the mic level itself. This means there is no relationship between the input level to the transmitter and the output level of the receiver. If the gain has been turned up on your old system then you will likely notice a drop in level when you hot-swap with an XD-V. This is a simple ‘gain-structure’ issue and is not a measure of sound quality. So if you hot-swap an XD-V wireless with the same mic as the model you have selected you will not need to make any changes to your gain structure. If you are replacing an older wireless unit that has gain added, you will need to balance the trim (gain) controls on your mixer inputs to accommodate the ‘unity mic level’ of the XD-V. This is why mixer inputs have gain adjustments ‘¦ so you can properly match mic preamp gain to the input source. Remember, XD-V digital wireless is mic level output only and must be plugged into a mic level input and not a line level input. If the trim controls are calibrated on your input strips a gain of 25-30 dB will probably be in the ballpark with an average vocalist. Frequency/Channels Q: What is different about the XD-V systems compared to the XDR-955? A: The XD-V30/XD-V70 systems use a higher frequency (2.4 GHz) and operate on 6 or 12 channels respectively, rather than 5. The XD-V channels numbers do not correspond to 802.11 Wi-Fi channels however. Q: Can the XDR-955 microphone be used with the XD-V systems? A: Both systems run in completely different frequency ranges so they are not inter-compatible, but X2 and XD-V units can be used on the same stage (along with any other analog wireless systems) with no problems. Q: Are the Relay G-series components compatible with the XD-V series components (or vice versa)? A: Because they both operate in the same 2.4 GHz frequency range, they are compatible. Q: Do the XD-V digital wireless systems share channels with the Relay systems? A: Both XD-V systems share their first 6 channels with the Relay G30. The XD-V70 shares all 12 of its channels with the Relay G50 and G90 models. A total of up to 14 systems can potentially be combined if the V70 firmware has been updated. Batteries and Power Supplies Q: Can I use rechargeable batteries? A: Yes, but the hours and minutes are calibrated to alkaline batteries. Different battery chemistries discharge at different rates, therefore the battery meter reading may be inaccurate when alkaline batteries are not used. The run time will be directly related to the current capability of the batteries. Some experimentation will be necessary to determine how they perform for you. Carbon Zinc batteries should not be used with XD-V wireless systems. Q: Why is the battery meter higher when I restart than when I shut off the transmitter? A: Line 6 2.4G wireless transmitters have a circuit that measures the actual real-time voltage of the installed batteries and transmits that data to the battery meters in the receivers. The battery meters are very accurate when they have been running continuously since new batteries were installed in the transmitter and the transmitter power has not been cycled on and off. However due to the chemical nature of Alkaline batteries, when they have been shut off, the voltage begins to ‘rebound ‘ and the voltage actually increases compared to its value at shutoff. Unfortunately it does not last long and it reverts to true self over twenty minutes or so. For this reason when you first turn on a Transmitter that has been run but allowed to rest the meter will give a high reading that quickly falls over the first few minutes and continues to fall quickly for the first few minutes. This is normal behavior for Alkaline batteries. Q: What's the battery life of XD-V digital wireless systems? A: Battery life depends on the current capacity of the batteries used. Typically AA alkaline batteries can provide about 2400 mAh and will provide about 8 hours of continuous use from two AA alkaline batteries when run on "high" power. Typically you will get 10 hours on the "low" power setting. Be aware of "alkaline rebound" when turning off the unit and turning it back on, as it may look like it has more power than it really has. Antenna Distro Q: Can the RX212 Receiver antennas be linked together? A: Up to 6 receivers can be daisy-chained together using the built-in antenna distro system. LMR-195 antenna cable is required for linking up multiple XD-V receivers. The last unit in the chain should be "terminated" (using the supplied term plugs) when linking receivers together. (Please see the Advanced User Guide). External Antennas Q: What type of antennas work with the XD-V70 receiver (RX212)? A: Line 6 offers both "omni"(P360) and "patch" (P180) directional paddle style antennas as options. http://store.line6.com/. These antennas have built-in line amps to accommodate long cable runs (up to 100' or more) depending on cable type. Antennas connect to Line 6 receivers with BNC connectors. LMR-195 cable (or better) should be used and the gain switch should be set to match the approximate loss of the cable. There are many specialty antennas made by third parties that may also be used. They must be specifically tuned for the 2.4GHz band. You must remember to take into account line loss when using passive antennas Mic Capsules for XD-V Handheld Transmitters Q: What mic capsules can be used with the XD-V handheld transmitters? A: XD-V Handheld transmitters have been designed to allow for the use of interchangeable capsules from 3rd party manufacturers such as Earthworks, Telefunken, Shure and others. However since there is no actual standard for compatibility there is some risk of unintended signal or mechanical issues. Users are advised to test specific combinations prior to purchase. Before replacing a capsule the power should be shut off. Simply screw on the desired capsule, then turn on the power. Mic modeling is bypassed (and not available) when using 3rd party capsules. Depending on the level of the capsule and the loudness of the person singing/speaking into it, the Environment filter may need to be switched ‘off’ if a gating sound occurs. Using Third Party Mics w/ Beltpacks Q: What is the pin-out for wiring to a TA4F connector? A: Pin 1 - Gnd Pin 2 - V+ Pin 3 - Signal Pin 4 - Z (leave open for instrument)(short to pin 3 for mic) For a normal, everyday, run-of-the-mill, Tip/Sleeve (TS) connector for a 1/4" instrument cable end,... the signal goes from 1/4" Tip to TA4F pin-3 (Signal), and 1/4" Sleeve goes to TA4F pin-1 (Gnd). Don’t worry about pins 2 and 4, those are used for Lavaliere Mic connections. Q: What mics work with the XD-V70 Beltpack Transmitter A: Questions often come up as to what mics are compatible with the system and how to adjust the gain to match other wireless systems. Line 6 XD-V70 beltpacks (TBP12) are essentially unity level devices meaning the output voltage of receiver essentially matches the input voltage of the transmitter. So it raises the question’¦ ‘match the level to what?’. Traditional systems are essentially a mic coupled with a preamp, not just a microphone alone. This may require thinking about your system in a new way. With traditional wireless systems that have limited dynamic range, gain and level control are essential if one hopes to have reasonable hiss free operation without excessive distortion. No gain or level matching is required when using XD-V wireless systems because of the XD-V’s wide dynamic range and compander free operation. So the system gain requirement is to have the speech or vocal input to the microphone present an appropriate level into the mic preamp so that the preamp can raise the voltage to be optimum into the next stage of the mixer. Gain is likely needed somewhere in this chain, but as long as the mic preamp has enough gain available there is no problem re-adjusting the input trim to do this. Just turn it up as much as needed. Just remember to plug the output of the XD-V into a ‘mic level’ input on the mixer as it is not intended to be used into a ‘line level’ input. In order to be able to certify a mic and being compatible one would have to know the distance from the user’s mouth and the level of their singing/speech. The sensitivity of both the Line 6 HS70 and the LM4-T lav mic is -46 dB, so using a mic that is approximately the same in sensitivity will result in a similar output voltage to the factory supplied mic. If a lower sensitivity mic were used with any traditional wireless system you would need to turn up the gain in the transmitter, receiver and/or the mixer. If the levels of these three controls are not in perfect sync with each other the result will be extra distortion or extra noise/hiss. With Line 6 XD-V is greatly simplified. Simply make adjustments at the mixer (in the same way as you work with a mic with a cable). Much less complicated (although it may be different than what a user is used to) it insures maximum headroom and far less chance to get it wrong. Just turn up the mixer, that’s why the knobs move. Remember, the relative position of a knob means almost nothing. The correct place is the correct place’¦ no matter where it occurs on the rotation. Examples: Shure® WL-185â„¢ lav is -45.5 dB WL-184â„¢ lav is -44.5 dB’¦ so these mics would be almost identical to The Line 6 LM4. WH30TQâ„¢ headset is -55 dB so it will need a 10 dB boost of the mic trim control on the mixer as compared to the LM4-T to have the same level. Countryman® E6 headsets come with different sensitivities and are specified per application. The E6ow5â„¢ is for general speaking and is the closest to our LM4 levels The E6ow6â„¢ is for strong speaking and singing The E6ow7â„¢ is for ‘powerful vocals’ and will seem very quiet if used for ‘normal speech’ as compared to our LM4-T. This would likely be a poor choice for general speech but could be the proper mic for a screaming singer. Countryman also provides caps to cover and further modify the mic element which can provide additional gain. Audio Technica® AT831â„¢ lav is -46 dB AT898â„¢ lav is -46 dB * Please double-check that the Audio Technica mic is a model equipped with the TA4F connector. You may need to special order a unit with the correct connection type or refit your existing cable end with the TA4F plug. DPA® 4066â„¢ omni headset is -44 dB 4061â„¢ omni lav is -44 dB 4060â„¢ high output omni lav is ‘“ 35 dB good with very quiet talkers or if the mic is some distance from the performer. Microphone sensitivity does affect the performance of the Environment Filter. If the sensitivity of the mic used is too low there may be audible artifacts. Depending on the situation it may be advisable to switch the filter to ‘off’. Racking V70/75 Receivers Q: How do I connect multiple receivers for rack mounting? A: The XD-V 70/75 half rack sized receivers can be locked together to become a single rack width using the supplied "dovetail key". When mounting a pair of receivers side by side, start with the dovetail inserted approximately half way in the side groove. Then start the second unit, from the front towards the rear and slide until they are closely aligned. A small tap with a mallet and block will align and secure the key in place and level the front faces. Use the short rack ear supplied with each receiver to complete the pair. Multiple rack pairs can be linked together by using dovetail keys in the top and bottom slots of a rack pair. When assembling more than a single pair it is recommended that the left ‘half’ and the right ‘half’ be assembled first and then the ‘halves’ joined together into the 19’ assembly. Wi-Fi Interference Q: Why does my Wi-Fi slow down when I get my transmitter near my computer? A: Because Wi-Fi and Line 6 2.4GHz wireless products share the same frequency band-space. Some users may experience a slowing down or even interruption of their Wi-Fi capabilities when using microphone or instrument transmitters in close proximity to their computers or routers. This is an example of a near/far interference problem and it may be intensified because consumer grade Wi-Fi typically has limited RF dynamic range. Using more XD-V channels operating at the same time will create more competition to Wi-Fi than a single channel would. If your Line 6 transmitter gets within 6 feet of your laptop you may witness this situation especially if your Wi-Fi access point is some distance away. Typically, simply moving your Line 6 transmitter farther away from your computer will remedy the situation. Users of Line 6 twelve channel systems can switch their transmitters to the ‘low power’ setting as this will mitigate the problem as well. If you are using the system outside the USA you can likely switch your Wi-Fi channels to 12, 13 or 14 depending on your location. The frequencies for these channels are outside the Line 6 2.4GHz frequencies. Likewise, switching Wi-Fi to 802.11n in the 5GHz band will avoid Line 6 wireless frequencies and double your potential Wi-Fi throughput. Suggested channels settings to avoid interfering with Wi-Fi. If your wifi network utilizes the channel listed, use the channel # listed under the Line 6 wireless channel column. Troubleshooting Q: Why am I getting dropouts? A: Assuming no hardware issues, dropouts generally occur because of local conditions. Do I have clear line of sight? The transmitter antenna should be able to ‘see’ the receiver’s antennas. Is your audience blocking the line of sight? Raising antennas to 6-8 feet high will often fix this problem. Make sure you are not being blocked by obstacles such as metal posts, walls, etc. Are your antennas connected firmly and splayed at 90 degrees? If they are straight up and down you could fall victim to a dead zone. Are other XD-Vs operating on the same channel? Each system needs its own unique channel to operate on. Do you have the receiver’s antennas near any intentional transmitters such as walkie-talkies, In-Ear Monitors, etc? They will need to be separated. The distance will depend on the strength of the transmitter and the gain of the transmitting antenna. Are you using the factory power supply? If you are using a substitute supply you must make certain it can supply the required 9vdc at 350 ma. Q: Why is the signal so weak compared to other wireless systems? A: XD-V digital wireless systems have "mic level" outputs (both XLR and 1/4" jacks) and need to be connected in the same manner as wired microphones are and with similar gain/trim settings. Plugging into a "line level" input or a channel with pads engaged will result in a weak and likely noise signal. The preferred connection is with the XLR output on the receiver to an XLR input on the mixer. The 1/4" output is unbalanced and is included as a convenience for users plugging into instrument amplifiers. It is important to NOT use TRS plugs into this jack as the "ring" is used for system upgrades and carries digital information that could be "noisy" if it were connected to an audio input. Q: Why is the sound so "thin"? A: This may be caused by the "Environment Filter" is the signal is too weak, especially when using lav mics. Try turning the filter to the "off" position. Q: What does the Near/Far spec mean? A: The Near/Far interference problem is common to all radio systems and happens when a strong RF signal in the same band uses a large portion of the available gain in a receiver making it difficult or impossible for the receiver to decode the weaker signal. Imagine having a conversation in a quiet room with a person 20 feet away from you. It is likely that you can carry on a conversation with normal voice levels. Now if you move to a noisy environment, with lots of other voices right around your ears, it may be very difficult for the conversation to continue with your long distance friend without the both of you shouting. A similar circumstance occurs with radios, and since the long distance transmitter is incapable of increasing its power output, it is very likely a very near transmitter may interrupt it. In the real world, this is rarely an unmanageable problem. You should avoid having a transmitter closer than 3 feet to a receiver that is not on your channel if the intended transmitter is more than 50 feet from this receiver. If this is a regular requirement you should install remote paddle antennas (G90, XD-V70 series). The near/far spec for XD-V70 is 50’/3’ which means if another transmitter (even though it is on a different channel) gets within 3 feet of your channels antennas at the same time you get 50 feet away the system could be affected in a negative manner.. By increasing the distance between antennas (using the paddle antennas) or simply raising the units up higher, it will become far less a possibility. LED Codes Q: What do the different LED colors mean on the XD-V system components? XD-V70 System THH12 Handheld Transmitter: No LEDs (see owner’s manual for LCD screen info) TBP12 Beltpack Transmitter LED states: Blue LED = power/>1hr battery life Solid red LED = Low Flashing red LED = Very Low/Change batteries Audio LED = Green LED (indicates audio signal) RX212 Receiver: Audio Green LEDs = audio signal present Battery Green LEDs = full battery life Red LED = less than two hours remaining Flashing red = Very Low / Change batteries RF Transmitter on same channel as receiver: Green to indicate signal strength/quality: from 5 Green = Data excellent, interference low to 1 Green meaning Data minimal, may have significant interference. When transmitter is off, or set to different channel than receiver these LEDs show as follows: No LED = No data, no interference 1 Red = No data, some potential interference up to 5 Red = No data, high potential interference. XD-V30 System THH06 Handheld Transmitter LED states: Channel LEDs - Illuminates blue to show the current active channel THH06 is transmitting on. Channel 6 LED will illuminate red when battery life is low and blink red when very low (change batteries). TBP06 Beltpack Transmitter LED states: Audio Green LED = Audio Signal Orange = On power/channel change Battery Blue LED = power/>1hr battery life Solid Red LED = Low Charge Flashing Red LED = Very Low Charge Purple: On channel change RXT06 Receiver LED states 3 Green = Data excellent 2 Green = Data OK, may have some interference 1 Green = Data minimal, may have significant interference No LED = No data, no interference 1 Red = No data, some interference 2 Red = No data, more interference 3 Red = No data, high interference Q: Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? A: USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html
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    2.4GHz Wireless FAQ

    Deutsch Français Q: Why is the battery meter higher when I restart than when I shut off the transmitter? A: Line 6 2.4G wireless transmitters have a circuit that measures the actual real-time voltage of the installed batteries and transmits that data to the battery meters in the receivers. The battery meters are very accurate when they have been running continuously since new batteries were installed in the transmitter and the transmitter power has not been cycled on and off. However due to the chemical nature of Alkaline batteries, when they have been shut off, the voltage begins to “rebound “ and the voltage actually increases compared to its value at shutoff. Unfortunately it does not last long and it reverts to true self over twenty minutes or so. For this reason when you first turn on a Transmitter that has been run but allowed to rest the meter will give a high reading that quickly falls over the first few minutes and continues to fall quickly for the first few minutes. This is normal behavior for Alkaline batteries. Q: Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? A: USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Q: Why does my wi-fi slow down when I get my transmitter near my computer? A: Because wi-fi and Line 6 2.4G wireless products share the same bandwidth some users may experience a slowing down of their wi-fi capabilities when using microphone or instrument transmitters near computers. This is an example of a near/far interference problem and it is heightened because consumer grade wi-fi has very low power. If your Line 6 transmitter gets within 6 feet of your laptop you may witness this situation especially if your wi-fi access point is some distance away. Typically simply moving your Line 6 transmitter farther away from your computer will remedy the situation. Users of Line 6 twelve channel systems should switch their transmitters to the “low power” setting as this will mitigate the problem as well. Suggested channels settings to avoid interfering with wi-fi: Q: What does the Near/Far spec mean to me? A: The Near/Far interference problem is common to most radio systems and happens when a strong signal captures a receiver making it difficult or impossible for the receiver to decode the weaker signal. Imagine having a conversation in a quiet room with a person 20 feet away from you. It is likely that you can carry on a conversation with normal voice levels. Now if you move to a noisy environment, with lots of other voices right around your ears it may be very difficult for the conversation to continue with your long distance friend without the both of you shouting. A similar circumstance occurs with radios and since the long distance transmitter is incapable of increasing its power output it is very likely a very near transmitter may interrupt it. In the real world this is rarely an unmanageable problem. You should avoid being closer than 3 feet to a receiver that is not on your channel if the intended transmitter is more than 50 feet from this receiver. If this is a regular requirement you will need to remote your antennas (G50, G90 XD-V70). FAQ zu 2.4GHz Wireless Warum ist die Batterianzeige höher wenn ich den Transmitter neustarte als wenn ich ihn abschalte? Line 6 2.4G Wireless Transmitter haben eine Schaltung integriert, welche die Spannung der installierten Batterien in Echtzeit misst und diese Daten dann an die Batterieanzeige im Empfänger sendet. Die Batterieanzeige ist dadurch sehr genau wenn das Gerät durchgehend gelaufen ist nachdem neue Batterien eingesteckt wurden und der Transmitter nicht abgeschaltet und neugestartet wurde. Aufgrund der chemischen Natur von Alkaline Batterien nimmt die Spannung jedoch ab wenn das Gerät abgeschaltet wird und übersteigt dann den Wert den sie hatte vor dem Abschalten. Leider hält dies nicht lange und springt wider auf Normal zurück nach ca. 20 Minuten. Wenn Sie also zum ersten Mal einen Transmitter anschalten der vorher gelaufen ist, wird Ihnen die Batterieanzeige eine hohe Anzhl ausgeben, die dann aber schnell wieder fällt innerhalb der nächsten Minuten. Das ist ganz normal für Alkaline Batterien. Entstehen Interferenzen durch USB 3.0 im 2,4GHz Frequenzbereich? USB 3.0 Computerkabel und –geräte sind dafür bekannt Interferenzen bei Radio Frequenzen im 2,4GHz Bereich zu erzeugen was zu verringerter Reichweite und Performance für alle 2.4GHz Geräte (inklusive kabellose Tastatur oder Maus sowie WiFi und viele andere) in der Nähe führen kann. Wir empfehlen alle digitalen Kabellosempfänger mindestens 2m von den USB 3.0 Geräten und deren Verkablung weit weg zu plazieren. Nachstehend können Sie einen Link zur Untersuchung von Intel über Interferenzen mit USB 3.0 finden: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Warum wird mein WiFi langsamer wenn ich meinen Transmitter in die Nähe des Computers bewege? Da sich WiFi, sowie Line 6 2.4G Wireless Produkte die selbe Bandbreite teilen kann es sein, dass das WiFi bei manchen Benutzern langsamer wird wenn Sie Mikrofone oder Instrument-Transmitter in der Nähe von Computer verwenden. Dies ist dann ein Beispiel für "Near/Far" (Nah/Weit) Interferenzen und wird noch bestärkt dadurch, dass WiFi Produkte für den Endverbraucher eine sehr schwache Signalstärke haben. Wenn Ihr Line 6 Gerät sich innerhalb der Reichweite von 2 Metern zu Ihrem Computer befindet, kann dieses Problem auftauchen, besonders dann, wenn der WiFi Zugriffspunkt ein wenig weiter entfernt steht. Normalerweise können Sie dann einfach den Line 6 Transmitter weiter weg platzieren, was Ihr Problem lösen sollte. Benutzer eines Line 6 Systems mit 12 Kanälen sollten Ihren transmitter auf "low power" stellen, was das Problem dann auch behebt. Empfohlene Kanaleinstellungen um Interferenzen zu vermeiden: Was genau heißt das Near/Far? Die Near/Far Interferenzen sind bei Funksignalen sehr verbreitet, da diese entstehen, sobald ein starkes Signal einen Empfänger sozusagen "einnimmt", was es sehr schwer macht für den Empfänger ein schwächeres Signal zu entschlüsseln. Stellen Sie sich einfach eine Konversation in einem ruhigen Raum vor. Sie sind 6 Meter von Ihrem Gesprächspartner entfernt und können sich eigentlich ohne die Lautstärke zu heben mit diesem unterhalten. Wenn Sie diese Konversation nun in eine laute Umgebung verlegen, in der viele Gespräche rund um Sie herum stattfinden, wird es sehr schwer sich zu unterhalten ohne anfangen zu müssen zu schreien. So ähnlich geschieht es mit dem Funksignel, da der Transmitter nicht die Möglichkeit hat seine Signalstärke zu erhöhen, kann es sehr gut sein, dass ein näherer transmitter dies unterbricht. In der Realität ist das Problem in den meisten Fällen schnell zu lösen. Sie sollten es vermeiden näher als 1 Meter zum Empfänger zu sein, der nicht auf Ihrem Kanal ist, wenn der Transmitter der eigentlich mit disem Empfänger verbunden sein soll sich weiter als 15 Meter von diesem befinden. Wenn das eine regelmäßige Anforderung für System sein sollten, müssen Sie wahrscheinlich Ihre Antennen verlängern. (G50, G90 XD-V70) 2,4GHz Wireless F.A.Q. Pourquoi est-ce que la jauge de batterie est plus haute si je redémarre que si j'éteins le transmetteur? Les transmetteurs sans fil 2,4GHz de Line 6 les émetteurs comportent un dispositif qui mesure la tension des piles en temps réel et transmet ces données aux jauges de batterie dans les récepteurs. Les jauges de batterie deviennent très précises si ils ont été en cours d'exécution sans interruption depuis nouvelles batteries ont été installées dans l'émetteur et si le transmetteur n'pas été éteints et allumé. Mais à cause de la naturel chimique des batteries Alcaline, si ils ont étés éteints, la tension commence à "rebondir" et la tension augmente en comparaison avec la valeur de tension pendant être éteint. Malheureusement, cela ne durera pas longtemps et il revient à la valeur vraie après plus ou moins vingt minutes. Pour cette raison, lorsque vous allumez un émetteur qui a été exécuté avant, l'appareil donnera une tension élevée qui tombe rapidement au cours des premières minutes et continue de diminuer rapidement au cours des prochaines minutes. Ce comportement est normal pour les batteries Alcalines. Est-ce que USB 3.0 crée des interférences dans la gamme de fréquences 2,4 GHz? Les câbles et périphériques USB 3.0 sont connus pour émettre des interférences de fréquence radio dans la bande 2,4 GHz, que cause une gamme et/ou performance des appareils 2.4 GHz réduite dans la proximité. (Y inclus sont les claviers ou souris sans fil, WiFi, etc.) Nous recommandons de placer le récepteur sans fil numérique au moins 2 mètres loin des appareils USB 3.0 et ses câbles. Voici un lien vers une étude réalisée par Intel au sujet de cette interférence: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Pourquoi est-ce que mon WiFi ralentit si je place mon émetteur près de mon ordinateur? WiFi et les produits sans fils Line 6 partagent la même bande passante, certains utilisateurs peuvent rencontrer un ralentissement de du WiFi à cause du placement du microphone ou des émetteurs d'instruments près ordinateurs. Ceci est un exemple d'un problème d'interférence "Near/Far" (près/loin) et est renforcé parce que les appareils WiFi consommateurs ont une puissance très faible. Si le transmetteur Line 6 est très proche (moins que 2 mètres) de votre ordinateur sans fil, vous pouvez rencontrer de cette situation, surtout si votre point d'accès WiFi est un peu plus loin. Normalement, si vous déplacer le transmetteur Line 6 plus loin de votre ordinateur, sa résous le problème. Les utilisateurs des systèmes Line 6 avec 12 canaux doivent mettre les émetteurs sur la configuration "low power". Ca résous le problème également. Configurations suggérés de canaux pour éviter des interférences WiFi: Qu'est-ce que le "Near/Far"? Le problème d'interférence Near/Far est commun pour les systèmes radio et se produit, si un signal fort capture un récepteur, s'est très difficile pour le récepteur de décoder le signal plus faible. Imaginez une conversation dans une chambre tranquille avec une personne 6 mètres plus loin. Il est probable que vous pouvez avoir une conversation avec des niveaux de voix normale. Si vous passez à un environnement plus bruyant, avec beaucoup de voix autour de vous, vos oreilles il peut être très difficile pour la conversation de continuer avec votre ami de longue distance sans crier. Un cas très similaire se produit pour les radios et puisque l'émetteur de longue distance est incapable d'augmenter sa puissance, probablement émetteur un très proche interrompre. En réalité, c'est principalement un problème résoluble. Vous devez éviter d'être plus proche qu'un mètre du récepteur qui n'est pas sur votre canal si l'émetteur destiné est plus loin que 15 mètres de ce récepteur. S'il s'agit d'une condition régulière, vous aurez besoin d'éloigner vos antennes. (G50, G90 XD-V70).
  8. Q: I purchased model packs for my Line 6 device. If I upgrade to POD Farm 2 do I lose my model packs? A: As long as you purchase a Line 6 license key upgrade for POD Farm 2 then all of your previously purchased model packs will work within POD Farm 2. The only time this would not happen is if you purchased a "crossgrade" license key to POD Farm 2 iLok. Q: I purchased a Model Pack for my Line 6 audio interface and now I want to "crossgrade" to the iLok version of the plug in. Will I lose my model packs? A: If you "crossgrade" to the STANDARD POD Farm for iLok then yes. Model packs are not transferable from a Line 6 device over to an iLok key. However, you can purchase POD Farm 2 Platinum for iLok at a special "crossgrade" price. See the online store for details. Q: I purchased my POD Farm version 1 iLok key "Used/off of eBay" (basically NOT through the Line 6 Website Store or a Storefront/Dealer and had the key transferred to my account through Pace. Do I qualify for any upgrades or discount prices? A: No. Upgrades and discount pricing is only available to customers who purchased the POD Farm for iLok new from a dealer or through the Line 6 online store. Q: I purchased my Line 6 device used and there was a POD Farm version 1 license key tied to the device but not to my account. Do I qualify for any upgrade pricing or discounts on POD Farm 2? A: No. Upgrades and discount pricing is only available to customers who purchased the POD Farm Line 6 licenses new from the Line 6 online store. Q: Do I have to purchase a Line 6 license key to use POD Farm 2 as a standalone application for Tone Direct Monitoring? A: Yes. Unlike POD Farm version 1, which you can use in standalone mode for free without purchasing a key, you will need to purchase a Line 6 license key from our Online Store in order to use POD Farm 2 as a standalone application. Q: Will POD Farm 2 run in Standalone Mode with a iLok POD Farm 2 license key? A: No. The behavior is no different than that of POD Farm 1.x Plug-In effect with iLok licenses. It runs only as an AU/VST/RTAS Plug-In effect within a support host DAW application. Q: Will POD Farm 2 run in Standalone Mode with a PODxt or POD X3 (Bean, Live or Pro model) with a license installed in this device? A: No. The correct Standalone patch editing software for PODxt and POD X3 devices is GearBox (currently at version 3.72). Q: Will POD Farm 2 tones load into Gearbox to put on my POD xt/X3 hardware? A: No, POD Farm 2 tones will not load into the Gearbox software.
  9. Deutsch Français Q: Can I use multiple transmitters with 1 receiver? A: Yes, you can use multiple transmitters with 1 receiver, however not at the same time on the same channel. The best practice for that type of usage is to have Transmitter A on channel 1 and Transmitter B on channel 2. Then switching the channel on your receiver from channel 1 to channel 2 will toggle which transmitter you will be hearing. You can do this with as many receivers as you have channels, provided each transmitter is on a different channel and you change the channel on your receiver accordingly. You can also set multiple transmitters to one channel, and turn them all off except for the one you'd be using. This way, when you switch instruments, you'd turn off transmitter A on the first instrument, then pick up the next instrument and turn on transmitter B. Just be sure that no one else using a Line 6 wireless system is using the same channel. Q: Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? A: USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Suggested channels settings to avoid interfering with Wi-Fi. If your wifi network utilizes the channel listed, use the channel # listed under the Line 6 wireless channel column. Q: Are all Line 6 wireless transmitters and receivers interchangable? A: Yes, any Line 6 brand wireless transmitter or microphone will work with any Line 6 receiver. It does not matter if they are XD-V or Relay systems, you can mix and match receivers with transmitters and they will work as long as the transmitter and receiver correspond to the same channel. Q: Is the Relay G5/G90 transmitter compatible with the X2 receiver (or vice versa)? A: Both systems run in completely different frequency ranges, so they are not interchangeable. However, the X2 and Relay units can be used on the same stage (along with any other analog wireless systems) with no problems. Q: Where do I get a Relay G50/G90 Series Wireless System? A: The Relay G50/G90 wireless units are available at all authorized Line 6 dealers. To locate a dealer near you, please see the Line 6 Dealer Finder: Line 6 Dealer Finder Q: Where can I purchase replacement Relay G50 transmitters (TBP12) or receivers (RXS12)? A: Individual transmitters and receivers can be ordered from any Line 6 dealer. Q: What are the specs on the provided Relay G50 Series power supply? A: 9V DC, 500mA, center pin negative (2.1mm). See the following link for more power supply FAQs: Power Supply and Amp Power F.A.Q. Q: How is the Relay G90 receiver powered? A: The Relay G90 uses a standard IEC power cable. Q: Can I use a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 to power the Relay G50 receiver? A: Yes, but you will need to use the Voodoo lab "current doubler" cable and you will need to use outputs 5 & 6 of the Pedal Power Plus away from "normal" position. VooDoo model PPAP. Q: What type of cable do I need between my guitar & Relay TBP12 transmitter? A: The Relay G50/G90 Transmitter (TBP12) uses a TA4F to 1/4" cable. Q: What is the pin-out for wiring to a TA4F connector? A: Pin 1 - Gnd Pin 2 - V+ Pin 3 - Signal Pin 4 - Z (leave open for instrument)(short to pin 3 for mic) For a normal, everyday, run-of-the-mill, Tip/Sleeve (TS) connector for a 1/4" instrument cable end,... the signal goes from 1/4" Tip to TA4F pin-3 (Signal), and 1/4" Sleeve goes to TA4F pin-1 (Gnd). Don’t worry about pins 2 and 4, those are used for Lavaliere Mic connections. Q: How many channels does the G50/G90 have?? Do they share channels with the G30 system? A: The G50/G90 have 12 channels, which share the first 6 channels with the G30. Q: Can I use the TBP12 from a G50 to transmit to a G90 or G30 (or vice versa?) A: Yes. All 2.4gHz Line 6 transmitters work with all Line 6 2.4gHz receivers to the lowest limitation, channel count, features, etc. Q: What type of antennas work with the G50 and G90? G50: 1/4 wave antennas, BNC-type connectors; detachable. G90: 1/2 wave antennas. The antennas can be detached but RG58-50 ohm radio wire connection is required. Be sure the antennas are not inside a metal case or touching any metal and get your antennas as high as possible. Q: How long does the pair of AA batteries in the transmitter typically last? A: 8 hours on high power & 11 hours on low power. If you leave the transmitter cable plugged but turn the power off on the transmitter, there is no battery draw. Q: How does the battery meter work? A: The battery meter displays 20 minute increments. Be aware of "alkaline rebound" when turning off the unit and turning it back on, as it may look like it has more power than it really has. Q: Can I use rechargeable batteries? A: Yes, but the hours and minutes are calibrated to alkaline batteries so the power reading may be inaccurate. Some rechargables while labeled AA are not true AA size and will not work. Q: What is the difference between the main output and the tuner output? A: The only difference is the tuner output still works when the transmitter is muted. Q: What is different about the Relay G50/G90 system compared to the X2 series? A: The Relay system works on a higher frequency (2.4 Ghz) and operates on 12 channels rather than 5. Q: Can the RXR12 Receiver antennas be linked together? A: Up to 6 receivers can be daisy-chained together. The last unit in the chain should be "terminated" when linking receivers together. Q: I'm a harmonica player and would like to use the G30 with a bullet microphone (high impedance and high output). Its output peaks at approximately 3V to 4V. Will there be clipping or distortion of the output? A: No problem with either impedance or input level. The Relay transmitters (TBP06 and TBP12) will handle 6V inputs. Q: What does the red audio LED mean on the G50 receiver? A: It means the incoming signal is clipping. This will not produce an audio dropout unless the red LED is on for a few seconds. This state will not damage the receiver. Q: How do I register my Relay G50/G90 System? Line 6 Product Registration F.A.Q. Q: What do the different colors states mean on the TBP12 transmitter? TBP12 LED States: Blue LED = full Solid red LED = Low Flashing red LED = Very Low / Change batteries Audio LED - Green LED = Audio Signal F.A.Q. zur Relay G50/G90 Serie Kann ich mehrere Sender mit einem Empfänger verwenden? Ja, aber nicht gleichzeitig auf den selben Kanälen. Für diese Nutzung schalten Sie am besten Sender A auf Kanal 1 und Sender B auf Kanal 2. Wenn Sie dann auf dem Empfänger von Kanal 1 auf 2 wechseln, wechseln Sie den Sender, den Sie hören. Sie können das mit sovielen Empfängern machen, wie Sie Kanäle zur Verfügung haben, solange Sie die Sender alle auf verschiedenen Kanälen haben und den Kanal des Empfängers demnach anpassen. Sie können auch mehrere Sender auf den selben Kanal stellen und dann alle abschalten, mit Ausnahme von dem, den Sie verwenden möchten. So können Sie Instrumente wechseln indem Sie einfach den Sender des Instrumentes A abschalten und einfach den Sender des Instrumentes B einschalten. Stellen Sie aber sicher, dass keine anderen ein Line 6 Wireless System im selben Kanal wie Sie verwenden. Entstehen Interferenzen durch USB 3.0 im 2,4GHz Frequenzbereich? USB 3.0 Computerkabel und –geräte sind dafür bekannt Interferenzen bei Radio Frequenzen im 2,4GHz Bereich zu erzeugen was zu verringerter Reichweite und Performance für alle 2.4GHz Geräte (inklusive kabellose Tastatur oder Maus sowie WiFi und viele andere) in der Nähe führen kann. Wir empfehlen alle digitalen Kabellosempfänger mindestens 2m von den USB 3.0 Geräten und deren Verkablung weit weg zu plazieren. Nachstehend können Sie einen Link zur Untersuchung von Intel über Interferenzen mit USB 3.0 finden: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Sind alle Line 6 Wireless Sender untereinander austauschbar? Ja, alle kabellosen Line 6 Sender oder Mikrofone funktionieren mit jedem Line 6 Empfänger. Es macht keinen Unterschied ob diese XD-V oder Relay Systeme sind. Sie können Empfänger und Sender mischen wie Sie wollen und dies wird funktionieren solange Sender und Empfänger den gleichen Kanal haben. Ist der Relay G50/G90 Sender kompatibel mit dem X2 Empfänger? (oder andersrum) Beide Systeme laufen auf vollkommen unterschiedlichen Frequenzbereichen und sind somit nicht kompatibel. Sie können jedoch zusammen auf der selben Bühne verwendet werden. (zusammen mit anderen analogen, kabellosen Systemen) Woher bekomme ich ein Relay G50/G90 System? Die Relay G50 und G90 Systeme sind bei allen autorisierten Line 6 Händlern erhältlich. Um einen Händler in Ihrer Nähe zu finden, klicken Sie folgenden Link an: Line 6 Dealer Finder Wo kann ich Relay G50 Ersatzsender (TBP12) und –empfänger (RXS12) kaufen? Einzelne Sender oder Empfänger können Sie bei Ihrem Line 6 Händler bestellen. Was sind die technischen Daten des Netzteils für die Relay G50 Serie? 9V Gleichstrom, 500mA, negativer Zentralpin (2.1mm). Klicken Sie folgen Link um weitere Informationen bezüglich Netzteilen zu erhalten: Power Supply and Amp Power F.A.Q. Wie sieht die Stromversorgung des G90 Empfängers aus? Das Relay G90 benutzt ein standart IEC Stromkabel. Kann ich ein Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 benutzten um den Relay G50 Empfänger zu betreiben? Ja, aber dazu brauchen Sie ein Voodoo Lab "doubler" Kabel und Sie müssen die Ausgänge 5 und 6 des Pedal Power Plus verwenden, die auf "normal" eingestellt sind. Klicken Sie auf den folgenden Link um mehr Informationen über "doubler" Kabbel von Voodoo Labs zu erhalten: Voodoo Lab Kabel Welche Art Kabel brauche ich für die Verbindung zwischen Gitarre und Relay TBP12 Sender? Der Relay G50/G90 Sender (TBP12) verwendet ein TA4f zu ¼" (6.35mm) Kabel. Wie sieht die Pinbelegung für einen TA4F Stecker aus? Pin 1: Masse. Pin 2: Postiv. Pin 3: Signal. Pin 4: Z (Nicht anschließen bei Instrument) (Kurzschließen mit Pin 3 für Mikrofon) Wieviele Kanäle hat das G50/G90? Teilen sie sich Kanäle mit dem G30 System? Die G50/G90 Systeme haben 12 Kanäle und sie teilen sich die ersten 6 mit dem G30. Kann ich das TBP12 eines G50 verwenden um an einen G90 oder G30 zu senden? (oder andersrum?) Ja. Alle 2.4GHz Line 6 Sender funtionieren mit 2.4GHz Line 6 Empfängern. Welche Antennen funktionieren mit den G50 und G90? G50: Viertelwellen-Antennen, BNC Stecker; abnehmbar. G90: Halbwellen-Antennen. Die Antennen könne abgenommen werden, dann ist aber eine RG58-50Ohm Funkverkablung notwendig. Stellen Sie sicher, dass die Antennen sich nicht innerhalb einer Metallkiste befinden oder Metall berühren. Stellen Sie die Antennen imemr so hoch wie möglich auf. Wie lange hält ein Paar AA Batterien in einem Sender? 8 Stunden auf High Power und 11 Stunden auf Low Power Einstellung. Wenn Sie das Kabel des Senders stecken lassen während der Sender ausgeschaltet ist, dann wird kein Strom verbraucht. Wie funktioniert die Batterieanzeige? Die Batterieanzeige aktualisiert in 20 Minuten-Intervallen. Achtung bei Alkaline Batterien kann es sein, dass Ihnen eine falsche batteriemenge angezigt wird nachdem Sie das Gerät abgeschaltet haben und wieder einschalten. Dies ist ein bekanntes Problem mit Alkaline Batterien. Kann ich aufladbare Batterien verwenden? Ja, aber die Stunden/Minuten-Anzeige ist für Alkaline Batterien konfiguriert und wird so ungenau. Manche aufladbaren Batterien, auf denen AA steht sind nicht in Wirklichkeit AA Batterien und passen somit nicht. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Main Ausgang und Tuner Ausgang? Der einzige Unterschied ist, dass der Tuner Ausgang auch dann weiterläuft, wenn der Sender stumm geschaltet ist. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen G50/G90 und X2 Serie? Das Relay System läuft auf höherer Frequenz (2.4GHz) und 12 Kanälen anstelle von 5. Können RXR12 Empfänger Antennen verbunden werden? Ja, bis zu 6 Empfänger können in eine Kette geschaltet werden. Die letzte Einheit der Kette muss einen Abschlusswiderstand angeschlossen haben. Ich bin ein Harmonikaspieler und würde gerne das G50 mit einem Kugelmikrofon benutzen (hohe Impedanz und Ausgang). Der Ausgang befindet sich da höchstens bei ca. 3V oder 4V. Wird dies zu Übersteuerung oder Verzerrung am Asugang führen? Nein, weder Impadanz noch Eingangspegel sind hier ein Problem. Die Relay Transmitter (TBP06 und TBP12) kommen mit Eingängen von bis zu 6V klar. Wie kann ich mein G50/G90 System registrieren? Line 6 Product Registration F.A.Q. Was bedeuten die verschiedenen LED Zustände des TBP12? Blaues LED: Batterie voll. Durchgehend leuchtendes rotes LED: Batterie schwach. Blinkendes rotes LED: Batterie fast leer, bitte ersetzen. Audio LED – Grünes LED: Audio Signal vorhanden. F.A.Q.: Les séries Relay G50 et G90 Est-ce que je peux utiliser plusieurs émetteurs avec 1 récepteur? Oui, mais vous ne les pouvez pas utiliser en même temps sur le même canal. Le plus simple est de mettre transmetteur A sur canal 1 et transmetteur B sur canal 2. Si vous changez le canal sur le récepteur, de canal 1 sur canal 2, ca aussi change quel transmetteur vous pouvez entendre. Vous pouvez faire ca avec autant de récepteurs que vous avez canaux. Chaque transmetteur doit avoir un canal différent et vous changez le canal sur l'émetteur. Vous pouvez également mettre plusieurs transmetteurs sur le même canal et éteindre tous sauf pour l'un que vous voulez utiliser. Comme-ca, si vous changez les instruments, vous pouvez éteindre transmetteur A sur le premier instrument et allumer le transmetteur B du deuxième instrument. Attention, vérifiez que personne n'est en train d'utiliser des appareils Line 6 sur le même canal que vous. Est-ce que USB 3.0 crée des interférences dans la gamme de fréquences 2,4 GHz? Les câbles et périphériques USB 3.0 sont connus pour émettre des interférences de fréquence radio dans la bande 2,4 GHz, que cause une gamme et/ou performance des appareils 2.4 GHz réduite dans la proximité. (Y inclus sont les claviers ou souris sans fil, WiFi, etc.) Nous recommandons de placer le récepteur sans fil numérique au moins 2 mètres loin des appareils USB 3.0 et ses câbles. Voici un lien vers une étude réalisée par Intel au sujet de cette interférence: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Est-ce que tous les transmetteurs et émetteurs Line 6 sans fil sont interchangeables? Oui, tous les transmetteurs et microphones sans fil de Line 6 fonctionnent avec des récepteurs Line 6. Si vous utilisez des systèmes XD-V or Relay, ce n'est aucun problème. Vous pouvez mélanger tous les récepteurs avec les transmetteurs et ca fonctionne à condition qu'ils correspondent au même canal. Est-ce que le transmetteur Relay G50/G90 est compatible avec le récepteur X2 (ou inversement)? Les deux systèmes travaillent en différents gammes de fréquence, donc ils ne sont pas interchangeables. Les appareils X2 et Relay peuvent être utilisés sur la même scène sans problème. (Ainsi que tous les autres systèmes sans fil analogiques) Où est-ce que je peux acheter les systèmes sans fil G50/G90? Vous les pouvez commander de n'importe quel distributeur autorisé. Où est-ce que je peux acheter des transmetteurs G50 (TBP12) ou récepteurs (RXS12) de remplacement? Transmetteurs et récepteurs individuels peuvent être commandés à partir de n'importe quel revendeur Line 6. Quels sont les spécifications d'alimentation Relay G50? 9V CC, 500mA, pin central négatif (2.1mm). Visitez le lien suivant pour plus d'informations concernant les alimentations: Power Supply and Amp Power F.A.Q. Comment est-ce que le récepteur G90 est allumé? Le Relay utilise un câble d'alimentation standard IEC. Est-ce que je peux utiliser un Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 pour allumer le récepteur Relay G30? Oui mais vous devez utiliser le câble Voodoo Lab "doubler" et les deux sorties 5 et 6 du Pedal Power Plus sur la position "normal". Visitez le lien suivant pour plus d'informations sur les câbles "doubler" disponibles de Voodoo Lab: Câbles Voodoo Lab Quel câble est-ce que j'ai besoin pour la connexion guitar – transmetteur Relay TBP12? Le transmetteur Relay G50/G90 (TBP12) utilise un câble TA4f à ¼" (6.35mm). Quelle est le brochage pour câbler le connecteur TA4F? Broche 1 – Terre. Broche 2 – V+ Broche 3 – Signal Broche 4 – Z (laissez ouvert pour l'instrument)(court avec broche 3 pour connexion avec mirco) Combien de canaux est-ce que le G50/G90 a? Est-ce qu'ils partagent les canaux avec le système G30? Les G50/G90 ont 12 canaux et partagent les premières 6 avec le G30. Est-ce que je peux utiliser le TBP12 du G50 pour transmettre à un G90 ou G30? (ou inversement?) Oui, tous les transmetteurs Line 6 2.4GHz fonctionnent avec tous les récepteurs Line 6 2.4GHz. Quelles antennes fonctionnent avec le G50 et G90? G50: Antennes quart d'onde, connecteurs BNC détachables. G90: Antennes demi-onde. Les antennes peuvent-êtres détachés mais une connexion RG58-50 Ohm est nécessaire. Assurez-vous que les antennes ne sont pas dans un boîtier métallique ou touchent un métal. Mettez les antennes le plus haut possible. Combien de temps dure la paire de piles AA dans l'émetteur? 8 heures sur configuration "High Power" et 11 heures sur "Low Power". Si vous laissez le câble branché mais vous éteignez l'émetteur, il n'ya pas de vidange de la batterie. Comment est-ce que la jauge de batterie fonctionne? La jauge de batterie affiche des incréments de 20 minutes. Parfois, la jauge peut vous indiquer plus de batterie qu'en réalité disponible. C'est un problème connu avec les batteries alcalines. Est-ce que je peux utiliser des batteries rechargeables? Oui, mais les heurs et minutes sont calculés à partir des batteries alcalines, donc peuvent êtres inexactes. Quelques batteries rechargeables Certains rechargeables tandis étiquetées AA ne sont pas vraies AA et ne fonctionneront pas. Quelle est la différence entre la sortie Main et la sortie Tuner? La sortie Tuner fonctionne si le transmetteur est mis en sourdine. Quelle est la différence entre les systèmes G50/G90 et la série X2? Le Relay fonctionne sur la fréquence plus haute de 2.4GHz avec 12 canaux plutôt que 5. Est-ce que les antennes de récepteur RXR12 peuvent-être reliées? Jusqu'à 6 récepteurs peuvent être chaînés. Le dernier appareil dans la chaîne doit être "terminé" si vous relies les récepteurs. Je suis un harmoniciste et je voudrais bien utiliser le G50/G90 avec un micro harmonica (impédance et sorite haute). Sortie d'environ 3V à 4V. Est qu'il y aura du clipping ou de la distorsion du signal de sortie? Pas de problème ni avec l'impédance ou niveau d'entrée. Les transmetteurs Relay (TBP12) peuvent traiter des entrées de 6V. Comment est-ce que je peux enregistrer mon système Relay G30? Vous le pouvez enregistrer ici: Enregistrement Line 6. États LED: TBP12: LED Bleu: Batterie pleine. LED Rouge continu: Batterie faible. LED Rouge clignotant: Batterie très faible, changez la batterie. Audio LED: Vert: Signal audio.
  10. Here are the measurements for using screws to attach the POD Mount. These are sized for the next-length size appropriate screw and using the rubber feet as well for cushion bumpers. The actual well depth in the metal POD shells across all models is .40" or 10.2mm. If theyou wish not to use the bumpers, you should use either washers or nylon standoffs on the following mounting screws to make up the space difference. A round-down size screw would be too much to use and the threads may not bite into the cast metal shell correctly. POD/ POD 2.0/ Bass POD 6/32 machine 1.0" or 25mm 1.25" or 32mm POD XT/ Bass POD XT 6/32 machine 0.75" or 19mm 1.00" or 25mm FBV POD POD 2.0 6/32 machine 1.0" or 25mm 1.25" or 32mm
  11. Deutsch Français For information on using the Workbench softwre, you can also check out the Variax Workbench User's Guide. Q: What is the Variax Workbench software? A: Variax Workbench software is an Editor/Librarian for the Variax 300/500/600/700 and James Tyler Variax Electric guitars, as well as the Variax 700 Acoustic guitar. This program can be used to edit and manage the guitar models in your Variax guitar. ***Please note, that the ALT TUNING knob presets of the James Tyler Variax guitars are NOT accessible through the current version of the Variax Workbench software (v1.73 as of this writing). Q: Can I use the Variax Workbench software to edit my Variax 300 acoustic or Variax 700/705 Bass instrument? A: No, the Variax 300 acoustic guitars do not have a Variax Digital Interface (VDI) jack, and the Variax 700/705 Bass instruments are not supported for Variax Workbench. Q: What Line 6 interface will I need to connect my compatible Variax instrument to my computer to use Variax Workbench? A: You will need one of the following devices to connect your compatible Variax instrument to your computer: PODxt Live, POD X3 Live/Pro, POD HD500, POD HD Pro,Vetta I (equipped with the VDI interface), Vetta II, or the Workbench USB Interface. Q: Can I use the Workbench software on a 64 bit operating system? A: Yes all of our software drivers are compatible on 64-bit operating systems. Q: Do I need to use the XPS box to power my guitar when using the Workbench interface or does the Workbench interface power my Variax? A: The Variax still requires power from the XPS footswitch when using the Workbench interface to connect to your computer. However, you will not need the XPS box if you are using a PODxt Live, X3 series, POD HD500, or Vetta series unit to interface with your computer. Q: Why can't I hear audio though my computer while I have my Variax plugged in through the Workbench device? A: The Workbench USB device is not an audio interface, but merely a USB interface to allow your Variax to talk to your computer. In order to hear your Variax, you will need to have it connected to an amp or other monitoring system. Q: With the Workbench package, will I be able to download new sounds into my Variax guitar? For instance, can I get the nylon string sound from your Variax acoustic into my Variax 300/500/700 or vice versa? A: The Workbench software only allows you to edit what is already in the guitar, thereby creating custom guitars internally. You will not be able to install new guitar models into your Variax. Q: What is the maximum I can pitch shift the sympathetic (12 string) strings in Workbench? A: On the 12 string models, you can pitch shift the sympathetic strings by one octave in either direction. Please note- when using the 'detune' option for the sympathetic strings, if you raise the tuning by the full octave you cannot detune the strings any higher than a full octave. Q: Does the Workbench package come with the Digital Variax cable included, or would I have to purchase that separately? A: The Workbench package comes with a 10 foot Digital Variax cable included. This cable is not designed for live use as the longer Variax digital cable is, since it only has the reinforced, hooded connection on one end, rather than both. The 25' version is available separately either through our online store or through any Line 6 dealer. Line 6 Store Q: I've changed one of my models to an alternate tuning and when I switch away from it and back, I get the old model for a few seconds before my new one kicks in. What's going on? A: Until you save your edited model, it has to load into the edit buffer from the swap buffer when you first access the switch. Since it's not yet stored in the guitar, it can take a moment. Take a sip of coffee, and you're golden. Q: I have the same model in two different banks. If I try and drag them both to the File Browser it works, but if I try one at a time, it asks me if I want to overwrite the patch? A: If you drag two models with the same name from the Device Browser to the File Browser at the same time, one of them will get a number added to the end to differentiate it from the other patch (actually this will work with more than two models as well). If you try and drag them over one at a time, Workbench can't tell that they're not the same model (since a drag to the File Browser doesn't carry memory location information along with it), so will assume that you're trying to replace an existing model with an edited version of the same model. The solution? Use unique model names. Q: I just saved a model that I edited from a bundle (or collection) back to that bundle and I'm still getting prompted to save when I close the editor? A: If you closed the bundle (or collection), you severed the tie between that bundle and the edited model. Workbench no longer knows what bundle it came from, only that it has an edited model in memory. If you're absolutely positive you saved it already, just click on "Don't Save". If you have any doubt, click on Save, and it will just save it as a single model in your default Workbench directory. Q: I can't see the bottom of the Editor or Tone Locker windows? A: Workbench needs a screen resolution of 1024x768. While you can flip between two sizes in the Tone Locker (that's what the little triangle in the lower right-hand corner is for), the Editor Window is a fixed size and will go off the bottom of the screen at lower resolutions. For just a little extra room, you can use the Autohide task bar feature on Windows (right-click in the unused portion of the task bar and select Properties) or hiding the Dock on a Mac OS X. Q: Can I adjust individual string volumes? A: Yes. When you open the Editor screen in the Workbench Software, under the "Editor" menu, you'll see a choice for "String Volume Setup" at the bottom of the menu. This brings up a group of 6 sliders to set the balance between strings. Remember that these are global settings (not per patch), so that changing the balance will affect all of your different models. Select "OK" once you have changed the strings to the desired levels. As a side note, it's normal for many guitars to have volumes that differ from string to string. One example of this would be guitars with combination of a fairly small fretboard radius and pickups with non-staggered pole pieces. It can also happen with guitars that have peaks in body resonance at or near the fundamental or one of the lower harmonics of a specific note. Q: What is the "Live" & "Studio" switch in Workbench for when using a Variax Acoustic 700? A: The live mode removes the room reflections from the guitar output. Q: I am getting strange text characters in my title? A: On the Macintosh, Option-1 and Option 2 are keystrokes for special characters. Since this functionality is built into the font designs, we can't turn it off. This will only happen if you have an insert point selected in one of the text fields, though, so you can easily work around it by clicking one of the the body, pickup or tone control select drop-downs (depending on which tab of Workbench you're using) to remove the insert point from the text field. Drag and drop may be a little bit different than what you're used to, as Java (the programming language in which Workbench is written) uses its own protocols for this. We'll try and spell out the differences here. 1. When in the Device Browser window of the Tone Locker, dragging one model to a different location will swap the two (ex. dragging Spank 1 over Spank 3 will swap their positions on the 5-way switch. Dragging Lester 2 over Special 4 will swap their positions on the Select knob and on the 5 way switch). 2. If you don't drop a model directly on top of another model in the Device Browser, but between two models instead, it will insert itself between the two, and slide everything else down one. when this happens all of the 'slid' models will show as editied (have the yellow exclamation mark next to them). If you really want this arrangement, be sure to performa a Sync and choose the "Write Selected Models..." option or your changes can get lost in the shuffle (sorry, couldn't resist the pun). Note: this only works in a bank. You can't insert a model from a different bank, although you can use the swap feature to move a model from one bank to another. 3. Dragging multiple selections from the Device Browser to a collection or bundle in the File Browser will behave differently depending on how the models were selected. A "shift-click" selection process will drop the models in the order in which they are in Memory. "Ctrl-click" (or "Command-click" on the Mac) to make a multiple discontinuous selection will drop them in the order in which they were selected. For example, if you Ctrl (or Command)-clicked on Spank 1, Spank 3, Lester 4, Reso 3, and then came back and selected Lester 2, they would copy to the collection or bundle in that exact order and not the order in which they appear in the Device Browser. 4. Dropping a model from a bank onto that bank name will place that model at the last (5) switch position and move everything above it up one. Q: Will the Variax Workbench graphics change with left-handed Variax? A: The strings appear on-screen the same as for a right handed guitar, the graphics will not be reversed. In other words, the high E string on the physical guitar will correspond to the high E string on-screen. Q: What are all the terms I hear about using Line 6 Workbench? A: To help you through the navigation of Variax and Workbench, please see the following short glossary. Bundle: A saved dump of the entire memory contents of a Variax. This includes all models as well as the bank and switch combination at which they're stored. Collection: A saved group of models. Collections can be of any size and contain internal folders for organization. Models stored in Collections do not include switch/bank information. Q: What's the difference between a bundle and a collection? A bundle is always a dump of the complete user memory contents of a Variax. This includes which memory (or switch if you want to think of it in more traditional guitar terms) position is used for each model. It will always have exactly 12 banks of 5 models each for a total of 60 models. If you wanted to quickly clone your Variax into a friend's, you'd use the Get Bundle button on your guitar, then hook up your friend' guitar and use the Send Bundle button to create a duplicate of your guitar. A collection is just exactly that - a collection of models all stored together. It could be a single model (although that would be a little silly), two models, or thousands of models. Inside a collection, tones can be arranged in folders, so you could put all of your models that use alternate tunings in one folder, or all the different variations on the T-Model body that you created into a single folder. A collection can have as many different folders as you'd like (although you can't nest folders or put a folder inside another folder in a collection). This is a great way to categorize a lot of models if you were, for instance, going to email them to a friend halfway around the world. Edit Buffer: The area in the Variax memory where a model is loaded when you select it from the guitar or double click on it in either one of the browsers. When you're editing a model in Workbench, you're working on a copy of what's stored in the guitar. This means that if you decide that you don't like what you've done, you can back out gracefully without having overwritten what's stored in the guitar. It also means that if you like what you've done, you need to remember to save it. Edit Window: Where the magic happens. In this window, you select body, pickup, tone/volume control, and tuning to build an individual Variax model. The Edit window has three tabs (Body, Pickup, Controls), a tuning section at the bottom, and a graphic representation of the guitar where you can do things like grab one of the pickups, slide it around, or rotate it. File Browser: The left panel of the Tone Locker window. This displays all the models, collections, and bundles that you have stored in your Workbench directory (or whatever directory you've navigated to). Device Browser: The right panel of the Tone Locker window. This displays the current memory contents of your Variax, including any models you may have edited and not yet saved (See the entry for "Sync") Model: A particular combination of body, pickups, tone controls, and (possibly) tuning. Swap Buffer: This loads the model in the guitar that you started from when editing. It's there so you can A/B between what you started with and what you've got. A good way to tell if you're on the right track, or if you need to start over. By the way, when you save a model, it's the currently displayed model is saved, so make sure you're looking at the right one before you hit that Save button. Sync: This button allows you to make sure that what the Device Browser shows and what's in the memory of your Variax are the same. It also gives you the option to go back to your saved user models.. Tone Locker: This window contains both browsers (File and Device) and is where you go to to file management, model organization, and shuffle models around in memory. Troubleshooting Q: I am experiencing MIDI timeouts and/or connection error when I launch Workbench. How can I resolve this? 1) Close Line 6 Monkey prior to opening Line 6 Workbench. 2) Reinstall the latest Line 6 Monkey, device drivers, and Workbench program from the Line 6 website. See the following links for more information: Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. Windows: USB Device Driver Installation Mac: USB Device Driver Installation Line 6 Software 3) Remove all non-essential USB devices from your computer, and connect your Line 6 interface device directly to the back of the computer. If you are using a laptop, try multiple USB ports to see if a different port has a better USB connection. 4) Try a different Variax and USB cable, as well as a different Line 6 device to see if there is a hardware problem with the amplifier. Q: I am receiving a "Java Error" when I try to launch Workbench? A: Please see the following link for more information on resolving the Java situation: Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench v1.72 Release Notes/Known Issues What’s New? This build contains a fix for a Java compatibility which had the potential to affect some OS/hardware configurations Known Issues: • Using the X3 hardware to change models can cause the software and hardware to get out of sync. Please use either Variax Workbench software or the Variax itself for model and parameter selection. • Disconnecting USB when launching or running Workbench can cause the program to hang, or cause trouble quitting the program. Please quit Workbench before disconnecting the USB cable. • Hot swapping Variax guitars when Workbench is running may cause loss of communication. Please quit Workbench, then swap guitars, then re-launch the program. • Operating the X3 Live while launching Workbench (changing presets, turning the Select knob, etc.) can cause a MIDI timeout error. Please allow Workbench to completely launch before editing the POD X3 Live. FAQ: Variax Workbench et notes de la version 1.72 Pour les informations supplémentaires, visitez Variax Workbench User's Guide. Qu'est-ce que le logiciel Variax Workbench? Le logiciel Variax Workbench est un éditeur et bibliothécaire pour les Variax 300/500/600/700, les guitares James Tyler Variax Electric et la guitare Variax 700 Acoustique. Ce logiciel peut-être utilisé pour éditer et gérer les modèles guitares dans votre guitare Variax. Attention, les presets du bouton ALT TUNING de la James Tyler Variax ne sont pas accessibles avec la version actuelle de Variax Workbench (1.73 au moment de cette publication). Est-ce que je peux utiliser le logiciel Variax Workbench pour éditer ma Variax 300 acoustique ou Variax 700/705 Bass? Non, la Variax 300 acoustique n'a pas un jack Variax Digital Interface (VDI) et la 700/705 Bass ne sont pas prises en charge de Variax Workbench. Quelle interface Line 6 aurai-je besoin pour connecter ma guitare Variax compatible avec mon ordinateur pour l'utiliser avec Variax Workbench? Vous avec besoin d'un des appareils suivants pour connecter votre instrument Variax compatible avec votre ordinateur: PODxt Live, POD X3 Live/Pro, POD HD500, POD HD Pro, Vetta I (avec interface VDI), Vetta II ou l'interface Workbench USB. Est-ce que je peux utiliser le logiciel Workbench sur mon système d'exploitation 64 bits? Oui, tous les pilotes et logiciel de Line 6 sont compatibles avec les systèmes d'exploitation 64 bits. Est-ce que j'ai besoin d'utiliser le XPS Box pour allumer ma guitare si j'utiliser l'interface Workbench ou est-ce que l'interface Workbench allume ma Variax? La Variax doit toujours être allumé par le commutateur au pied XPS si vous utilisez l'interface Workbench comme connexion à l'ordinateur mais si vous utilisez un des interfaces suivants, vous n'avez pas besoin du XPS: PODxt Live, série X3, POD HD500 ou la série Vetta. Pourquoi est-ce que je ne peux pas entendre du audio de mon ordinateur si ma Variax est connecté? L'interface Workbench USB n'est pas une interface Audio mais simplement une interface USB pour permettre à votre Variax de parler à votre ordinateur. Pour entendre la Variax, vous avez besoin de la connecter à un ampli ou autre système monitoring. Avec le pack Workbench, est-ce que je peux télécharger des nouveaux sons dans ma guitare? Par exemple, est-ce que je peux avoir le son Nylon String de la Variax acoustique dans ma Variax 300/500/700 ou vice versa? Le logiciel Workbench vous permet seulement d'éditer ce qui est déjà sur la guitare. Vous ne pouvez pas installer des nouveaux modèles des guitares dans votre Variax. Quel est le maximum de décalage de hauteur des cordes sympathiques ("Sympathic Strings") dans Workbench? Sur les 12 modèles cordes, vous pouvez changer la tonalité des cordes sympathiques d'une octave dans les deux sens. Attention, si vous utilisez l'option "detune" pour les cordes sympathiques et vous augmentez la tonalité d'une octave, vous ne pouvez plus "detune" les cordes plus haut qu'une octave. Est-ce que le paquet Workbench a le câble numérique Variax inclus ou dois-je l'acheter séparément? Le pack Workbench a un câble "Variax Digital" de 3 mètres inclus. Ce câble n'est pas désigné pour l'utilisation en scène contrairement au câble numérique Variax plus long. Ce câble a une connexion renforcé et encapuchonné seulement pour une extrémité. La version 7,5 mètres est disponible séparément dans notre boutique en ligne et via les distributeurs Line 6. Boutique en Ligne Line 6 J'ai changé un de mes modèles et si je bascule loin de ce modèle et reviens, je reçois le vieux modèle pour quelques secondes avant que mon nouveau modèle s'active. Que se passe-t-il? Avant que vous ayez enregistrez le modèle édité, le modèle s'enregistre dans le buffer d'éditeur du swap buffer si vous accédez le bouton pour la première fois. Puisque ce modèle n'est pas encore enregistré dans la guitare, ca peut prendre un moment. J'ai le même modèle dans deux emplacements. Si je prends les deux dans le "File Browser", ca fonctionne mais si je prends un à la fois, il dit "overwrite the patch". Que se passe-t-il? Si vous mettez deux modèles avec le même nom du Device Browser dans le File Browser, un des deux sera renommé, il reçoit un nombre à la fin pour le différencier d'autre patch (ca fonctionne avec plusieurs patchs également.). Si vous glissez seulement un patch en même temps, Workbench ne sait pas que les deux ne sont pas les mêmes donc Workbench présume que vous voulez remplacer un modèle existant avec une version édité du même modèle. Solution: Utilisez des noms uniques. J'ai enregistré un modèle que j'ai édité d'un bundle (ou collection) de nouveau dans le bundle mais je suis toujours invité à enregistrer quand je ferme l'éditeur. Que se passe-t-il? Si vous avez fermez le bundle, vous avez coupé la liaison entre le bundle et le modèle édité. Workbench ne sait plus de quel bundle, ce modèle vient. Si vous êtes sûr que vous avez déjà enregistré ce modèle, cliquez "Don't Save". Si vous n'êtes pas sûr, cliquez "Save" et il l'enregistre comme modèle individuel dans le répertoire de défaut de Workbench. Je ne peux pas voir le fond des fenêtres Editor et ToneLocker. Que se passe-t-il? Workbench a besoin d'une résolution de 1024x768. Pendant que vous pouvez basculer entre deux tailles pour le Tone Locker (le petit triangle dans le coin en bas à droite), la fenêtre Editor est fixée et ne correspond plus à la fenêtre aux résolutions baisses. Pour un peut plus de place, vous pouvez utiliser la fonction masquer automatiquement de la barre des tâches de Windows (clic droit sur la barre des tâches -> propriétés) ou masquer le Dock de Max OS X. Est-ce que je peux ajuster les volumes des cordes? Oui, si vous ouvrez la fenêtre "Editor" dans le logiciel Workbench, vous pouvez voir "String Volume Setup" à la partie inférieure du menu. Cette option affiche un groupe de 6 curseurs pour balancer les cordes. Attention, ce sont des options globales (pas par patch) donc changer ce réglage affectera tous les modèles. Cliquez "OK" si vous avez changé les cordes. Notez que pour beaucoup de guitares, c'est normal d'avoir des volumes qui diffèrent d'une corde à une autre. Ca peut aussi arriver avec les guitares qui ont des sommets en résonance du corps près du fondamental ou un des harmoniques baisses d'une note spécifique. À quoi serrent les boutons "Live" et "Studio" en Workbench si j'utilise une Variax Acoustic 700? Le mode "Live" enlève les réflexions de chambre du la sortie guitare. Je reçois des bizarres caractères de texte dans le titre. Que se passe-t-il? Sur le Macintosh, Option-1 et Option-2 sont des touches pour caractères spéciaux. Parce-que cette fonction est intégrée dans le design des polices de caractères, nous ne pouvons pas l'éteindre. Ca se passe seulement si vous avez sélectez un point d'insertion pour un des zones de texte donc vous pouvez cliquer "body", "pickup" ou "tone" (selon l'onglet de Workbench vous utilisez) dans le menu pour enlever le point d'insertion de la zone de texte. Le glisser-déposer peut-être un peut différent que ce que vous êtes habitué à mais Java (le langage de programmation dans lequel Workbench est écrit) utilise ces propres protocoles. Différences: Dans la fenêtre Device Browser du Tone Locker, glisser un modèle à un autre endroit échangera les deux. (par exemple, glisser Spank 1 sur Spank 3 échangera la position sur le sélecteur à 5 positions et glisser Lester 2 sur Special 4 échangera la position sur le bouton Select et sur le à 5 positions.) Si vous ne placez pas un modèle sur un autre, mais vous le placez entre deux modèles, le modèle s'insère entre les deux et glissière tout le reste une place vers le bas. Tous les modèles glissés s'affichent comme édité (point d'exclamation jaune). Si vous voulez souvenir cet arrangement, effectuez une synchronisation et cliquez "Write Selected Models…". Attention, Ca fonctionne seulement dans un vide. Vous ne pouvez pas insérer un modèle d'un emplacement (bank) différent mais vous pouvez utiliser la fonction "swap" pour glisser un modèle d'une berge à une autre. Si vous glissez plusieurs sélections du Device Browser dans une collection ou bundle, le File Browser se comporte différemment dépendant à comment vous avez sélecté les modèles. Une sélection "shift-clic" (ou "command-clic" pour Mac) les dépose dans l'ordre dans la mémoire. Si vous sélectionnez avec "Ctrl-clic", ca les dépose dans l'ordre de sélection. Par exemple, si vous Ctrl-sélectez Spank 1, Spank 3, Lester 4 et Reso 3 et revenez pour sélecter Lester 2, le logiciel les copie dans cette ordre et pas dans l'ordre comme ils sont affichés dans le Device Browser. Si vous glissez un modèle d'un "bank" sur le nom du "bank" le modèle se place sur la dernière (5) position et déplacera tous un vers le haut. Est-ce que les graphiques de la Variax Workbench changent avec une Variax pour gaucher? Les cordes apparaissent sur l'écran comme avec une guitare pour droitier. Les graphiques ne changent pas. La corde E sur la guitare correspond à la corde E sur l'écran. Termes concernant Line 6 Workbench: Bundle: Un dépôt enregistré de tous le contenu mémoire d'une Variax. Ceci inclus tous les modèles aussi bien que les berges (bank) et les combinaisons switch comme stocké. Collection: Un groupe de modèles enregistré. Les collections peuvent-être de n'importe quelle taille et ont des dossiers internes pour organisation. Les modèles stockés dans Collections n'inclurent pas les informations Switch/Bank. Quel est la différence entre Bundle et Collection? Un Bundle est toujours un dépôt enregistré de tous le contenu de la mémoire d'une Variax. Ceci inclus les positions memory est utilisé pour chaque modèle. Il a toujours 12 berges avec 5 modèles chacun donc 60 modèles en tous. Si vous voulez cloner votre Variax sur une autre, vous cliquez le bouton "Get Bundle", connectez l'autre guitare et cliquez "Send Bundle". Une Collection est une collection de modèles enregistrés ensembles. 1, 2 ou 1000 modèles. Dans une collection, les tons peuvent-être arrangés en dossiers pour organiser vos modèles. Une collection peut avoir un nombre infini de dossiers (vous ne pouvez pas mettre un dossier dans un autre.). C'est une excellente façon de catégoriser un grand nombre de modèles. Edit Buffer: Est la région de mémoire de la Variax où le modèle est chargé si vous le sélectez de la guitare ou le sélectez avec un double-clique dans un des navigateurs. Si vous édités un modèle dans votre Workbench, vos travaillez sur une copie. Ca veut dire que si vous ne voulez pas enregistrer que vous avez faits, vous pouvez l'annuler et rien n'est écrasé. Mais ca veut également dire que si vous voulez maintenir ce que vous avez faits, vous devez l'enregistrer. Edit Window: Ici, vous sélectez "body", "pickup", "tone" et "volume" et réglez-les pour créer un modèle Variax individuel. Cette fenêtre a trois onglets (Body, Pickup, Controls), une section de réglage en bas et une représentation graphique de la guitare où vous pouvez faire des choses comme prendre une des micros, faites-le glisser autour, ou le faire pivoter. File Browser: Le panneau gauche de la fenêtre Tone Locker. Ceci affiche tous les modèles, collections et bundles que vous avez enregistrés dans votre répertoire Workbench (ou le nom que vous l'avez donné.) Device Browser: Le panneau droit de la fenêtre Tone Locker. Ceci affiche le contenu de la mémoire Variax, y inclus les modèles que vous avez édité et pas encore enregistré. Model: Une combinaison particulière de body, pickups, contrôleurs de tons et tuning. Swap Buffer: Ceci charge le modèle dans la guitare que vous avez commencé lors de l'édition. Il est là pour que vous puissiez échanger entre ce que vous avez commencé et ce que vous avez. Attention, si vous enregistrés un modèle, le logiciel enregistre toujours le modèle affiché, donc vérifiez que c'est le correcte modèle qui est affiché avant que vous poussez le bouton Save. Sync: Ce bouton permet de synchroniser l'affichage du Device Browser avec ce que vous avez dans la mémoire de la Variax. Et il vous donne la possibilité de retourner aux modèles enregistrés. Tone Locker: Cette fenêtre contient les deux Browsers (File et Device) et est dans l'endroit de la gestion des fichiers, l'organisation de modèles et le "shuffle modèle". Dépannage: Je rencontre des délais d'attente MIDI et / ou erreur de connexion lorsque je lance Workbench. Comment puis-je résoudre ce problème? Fermez Line 6 Monkey avant que vous démarrez Workbench. Réinstallez Line 6 Monkey, les pilotes et Workbench aux versions nouveaux du site web Line 6: Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. Windows: USB Device Driver Installation Mac: USB Device Driver Installation Line 6 Software Débranchez tous les appareils USB inutiles de votre ordinateur et connectez votre interface Line 6 directement dans l'arrière de l'ordinateur. Si vous utilisez un portable, essayez tous les ports USB. Essayez un câble Variax et USB différent aussi bien qu'une autre interface Line 6 pour voir s'il y en a un problème avec l'ampli. Je reçois une erreur "Java Error" si j'essaye de lancer Workbench, Comment puis-je résoudre ce problème? Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench Notes de la version 1.72 et problèmes connus: Quoi de neuf? Cette version contient un correctif pour une compatibilité Java qui a le potentiel d'affecter certaines configurations OS / hardware. Problèmes connus: En utilisant le matériel X3 pour changer les modèles peut causer le logiciel et le matériel de désynchroniser. Veuillez utiliser le logiciel Variax Workbench ou la Variax lui-même pour la sélection du modèle et des paramètres. Déconnexion USB lors du lancement ou l'exécution Workbench peut provoquer le programme de planter ou poser des problèmes qui quittent le programme. Veuillez arrêter Workbench avant de débrancher le câble USB. Le remplacement des guitares Variax pendant que Workbench est en cours d'exécution peut entraîner une perte de communication. Veuillez quitter Workbench, échanger les guitares, puis relancer le programme. Utilisation du X3 Live en lançant Workbench (changement presets, tourner le bouton Select, etc.) peut entraîner une erreur de délai MIDI. Veuillez laisser lancer Workbench complètement avant de modifier le POD X3 Live. Variax Workbench FAQs und v 1.72 Release Notes Was ist Variax Workbench? Die Variax Workbench Software ist gleichzeitig Editor und Verwalter für Ihre Variax 300/500/600/700 und James Tyler Variax Electric Gitarren sowie für die Variax 700 Acoustic. Dieses Programm kann zur Bearbeitung und Verwaltung Ihrer Gitarrenmodelle in Ihrer Variax Gitarre genutzt werden. Achtung, die Presets des ALT TUNING Knopfes Ihrer James Tyler Variax Gitarre sind über die derzeitige Workbench Version nicht zugänglich (v1.73 zum Zeitpunkt dieses Schreibens). Kann ich die Variax Workbench Software zur Bearbeitung meiner Variax 300 Acoustic oder Variax 700/705 Bass benutzen? Nein, die Variax 300 Acoustic haben keine digitale Variax Schnittstelle (VDI) und die Variax 700/705 Bass Instrumente werden nicht von Workbench unterstützt. Welche Line 6 Schnittstelle brauche ich um meine kompatible Variax Gitarre mit dem Computer zu verbinden? Dazu brauchen Sie eines der folgenden Geräte: PODxt Live, POD X3 Live/Pro, POD HD500, POD HD Pro, Vetta I (mit VDI Schnittstelle), Vetta II oder das Workbench USB Interface. Kann ich die Workbench Software auf einem 64 Bit System verwenden? Ja, alle Line 6 Software und Treiber sind kompatibel mit 64 Bit Betriebssytemen. Muss ich die XPS Box benutzen um meine Gitarre zu betreiben wenn ich das Workbench Interface benutze oder betreibt dieses meine Gitarre? Die Variax braucht immernoch Strom von dem XPS Fußschalter wenn Sie die Workbench Schnittstelle benutzen um es mit Ihrem Computer zu verbinden. Sollten Sie aber ein PODxt Live, X3, POD HD500 oder Vetta Gerät verwenden brauchen Sie keine XPS Box. Wieso kann ich keinen Sound vie Computer hören während meine Gitarre an den Computer angeschlossen ist? Das Workbench USB Gerät ist keine Audio-Schnittstelle sondern nur ein USB Gerät um die Kommunikation zwischen Gitarre und Computer zu ermöglichen. Um Ihre Gitarre zu hören müssen Sie einen Verstärker oder Monitoring Gerät anschließen. Kann ich mit dem Workbench Paket neue Töne für meine Variax herunterladen? Kann ich so z.B. den Nylon Saiten-Ton von der Variax Acoustic auf meine Variax 300/500/700 oder andersherum aufspielen? Die Workbench Software erlaubt Ihnen nur zu bearbeiten, was bereits auf dem Gitarre ist. Sie können also keine zusätzlichen Modelle installieren. Wie weit kann ich die Tonhöhe der Resonanzsaiten in Workbench verschieben? Auf den 12 Saitenmodellen können Sie die Resonanzsaiten eine Oktave in beide Richtungen verschieben. Achtung, wenn Sie die "Detune" Option für die Resonanzsaiten verwenden können Sie, wenn Sie die auf eine volle Oktave verschieben, die Detune Funktion nur maximal ulm eine Oktave verändern. Hat das Workbench Paket ein digitales Variax Kabel mit enthalten oder muss ich es separat kaufen? Im Workbench Paket ist ein 3 Meter VD (Variax Digital) Kabel enthalten. Das Kabel ist jedoch nicht für die Live Nutzung gedacht im Gegensatz zum langen Kabel, da es nur ein Ende verstärkt und abgeschirmt hat. Die 7.5 Meter Version ist separat erhältlich via Webshop oder Line 6 Händler. Line 6 Webshop Ich habe eines der Modelle abgeändert und wenn ich nun wegschalte und wieder zurück dann bekomme ich erst für ein paar Sekunden das alte Modell bevor mein neues eintritt. Was ist hier das Problem? Bis dass Sie Ihr neues Modell abgespeichert haben wird es aus dem Swap- in den EditBuffer geladen wenn Sie den Knopf verwenden. Da das Modell noch nicht auf der Gitarre abgespeichert ist kann dies einen Moment dauern. Ich habe das selbe Modell in zwei verschiedenen Banken. Wenn ich versuche beide in den File Browser zu ziehen funktioniert das auch aber wenn ich einen einzeln versuche stell Workbench mir die Frage ob ich das Patch überschreiben will. Was ist hier das Problem? Wenn Sie zwei Modelle mit dem selben Namen zur gleichen Zeit aus dem Device Browser in den File Browser ziehen wird eines der Beiden eine Zahl ans Ende gehangen bekommen um beide zu unterscheiden (eigentlich funktioniert dies sogar mit mehr als 2 Modellen.). Wenn Sie aber versuchen eines einzeln auf die andere Seite zu ziehen weiß Workbench nicht dass es nicht die selben Modelle sind und nimmt somit an, dass Sie versuchen ein existierendes Modell mitder veränderten Version zu überschreiben. Lösung: Benutzen Sie einfach einzigartige Modell-Namen. Ich habe gerade ein Modell, welches ich bearbeitet habe, aus einem Bundle (oder Collection) zurück in das Bundle gespeichert und bekomme trotzdem ein Fenster zum Abspeichern wenn ich den Editor schließe. Warum? Wenn Sie das Bundle (oder Collection) geschlossen haben, dann haben Sie die Verbindung zwischen dem Bundle und dem Modell getrennt. Workbench weiß jetzt nicht mehr von welchem Bundle das Modell kam sondern nur, dass es verändert wurde. Wenn Sie sich aber absolut sicher sind, dass Sie es abgespeichert haben, dann können Sie "Don't Save" klicken. Wenn Sie aber zweifeln, dann können Sie auch einfach "Save" klicken, was dann das Modell als einzelnes Modell im der Workbench Verzeichnis nocheinmal abspeichert. Ich kann das untere Ende des Editor oder Tone Port Fensters nicht sehen. Weshalb? Workbench braucht eine Bildschirmauflösung von 1024x768. Während Sie im Tone Port zwischen zwei Größen wechseln können (das kleine Dreieck in der unteren rechten Ecke des Fensters), hat der Editor eine feste Größe und wird somit bei Bildschirmen mit geringen Auflösungen am unteren Ende abgeschnitten. Für ein wenig mehr Platz können Sie das automatische Ausblenden der Task Leiste bei Windows anschalten (rechtsklick auf die Task Leiste -> Einstellungen) oder bei Mac OS X das Dock ausblenden. Kann ich individuelle Saitenlautstärken verändern? Ja, wenn Sie das Editor Fenster in Workbench öffnen, können Sie unter dem "Editor" Menu eine Auswahl sehen: "String Volume Setup". Die öffnet eine Gruppe von 6 Schiebreglern um die Balance zwischen den Saiten einzustellen. Achtung, dies sind globale Einstellungen, was bedeutet, dass diese Einstellung alle Modelle vetrifft und nicht nur dieses einzelne Patch. Klicken Sie dann "OK". Achtung, bei manchen Gitarren ist es normal, dess die Laustärken der verschiedenen Saiten unterschiedlich sind. So kann dies zum Beispiel bei manchen Gitarren, die eine Spitze in der Korpusresonanz in der Nähe der Grundfrequenz oder einer der niedrigen Obeschwingung einer bestimmten Note haben geschehen. Wofür sind die "Live" und "Studio" Schalter in Workbench wenn ich eine Variax Acoustic 700 benutze? Der Live Modus entfernt die Raum-Reflektionen aus dem Gitarrenausgang. Ich habe seltsame Textzeichen in meinem Titel. Warum? Auf dem Mac sind Option 1 und Option 2 Tastenanschläge für Sonderzeichen. Da diese Funktion in die Schriftarten eingebaut ist, können wir diese nicht abschalten. Dies geschieht jedoch nur, wenn ein Insert Point in einem der Textfelder ausgewählt ist somit können Sie dieses Problem einfach umgehen, indem Sie eines der Body, Pickup oder Tone Menus anklicken (je nachdem in welchen Tab Sie sich befinden) und dort den Insert Point aus dem Textfeld entfernen. Drag & Drop könnt hier etwas unterschiedlich sein zu dem was Sie bereits kennen, da Java eigene Protokolle für Drag & Drop verwendet. Die Unterschiede: Während Sie im Device Browser des Tone Locker Fenster sind können Sie ein Modell auf eine andere Position verschieben, was die Position der beiden Modelle austauscht. (z.B.: wenn Sie Spank 1 auf Spank 3 ziehen wechseln diese Ihre Position auf dem 5-Wege-Schalter. Wenn Sie Lester 2 auf Special 4 ziehen werden diese die Position auf dem Select Knopf und dem 5-Wege-Schalter ändern.) Wenn Sie aber ein Modell nicht sofort auf ein anderes ziehen, sonder zwischen zwei Modellen, dann fügt es sich selbst zwischen beiden Modelle ein und rutscht alle unteren Modelle einen Platz nach unten. Verrutschte Modelle werden dann als "Edited" angezeigt (gelbes Aurufezeichen daneben). Wenn Sie diese Anordnung wirklich haben wollen, führen Sie eine Synchronisation durch indem Sie aud "Write Selected Models..." klicken, ansonsten können Ihre Änderungen verloren gehen. Achtung, dies funktioniert nur für eine Bank obwohl Sie auch die Swap Funktion benutzen können um ein Modell von einer auf eine andere bank verschieben können. Wenn Sie mehrere Modelle aus dem Device Browser in ein Bundle oder eine Collection im File Browser verschieben wollen, wird dieser sich unterschiedlich verhalten je nachdem wie Sie die Auswahl tätigen. Eine "Shift-Klick" Auswahl wird die Modelle in der Reihenfolge verschieben, wie Sie im Speicher sind. "Strg-Klick" (oder "Command-Klick" für Mac) wird die Modelle inder Reihenfolge ablegen in der Sie die einzelnen Modelle angeklickt haben. Z.B.: wenn Sie Strg-Klick gemacht haben auf Spank 1, Spank 3, Lester 4 und Reso 3 und wollen dann nocheinmal zurück um Lester 2 zu kopieren, dann werden diese in genau dieser Reihenfolge in das Bundle bzw. die Collection abgespeichert und nicht in der Reihenfolge, wie sie im Device Browser abgespeichert waren. Wenn Sie ein Modell von einer Bank auf den Namen der Bank ziehen, wird das Modell auf die letzte Position gelegt und alle anderen Modelle wandern ein nach oben. Wird die Grafik der Variax Workbench sich bei einer Linkshänder-Gitarre auch verändern? Nein, die Grafik wird nicht herumgedreht. Die E Saite wird so z.B. auch weiter der E Saite auf dem Bildschirm entsprechen. Welche Sind die Begriffe dich in kennen muss in Verbindung mit der Line 6 Workbench? Bundle: Eine abgespeichert Ablage des gesamten Speichers der Variax. Dies beinhaltet Modelle, sowie Banken und Schalterkonfigurationen. Collection: Eine abgespeicherte Gruppe von Modellen. Collectionen können von jeder Größe sein und beinhalten interne Ordner für die Organisierung. Modelle die in Collections abgespeichert sind beinhalten keine Schalter-/Bankeninformationen. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Collection und Bundle? Ein Bundle ist immer eine Ablage des vollständigen Speicherinhalts der Variax. Dies beinhaltet die Speicherpositinen der Modelle (oder Schalterpositionen). Es wird immer genau 12 Banken an jeweils 5 Modellen haben, also ins Gesamt 60 Modelle. Wenn Sie Ihre Variax klonen wollen, benutzen Sie einfach den "Get Bundle" Knopf auf Ihrer Gitarre und dann den "Send Bundle" Knopf sobald die andere Gitarre, auf die geklont werden soll, angeschlossen ist. Eine Collection ist eine Sammlung aller Ihrer Modelle zusammen abgespeichert. Das kann sowaohl ein einzelnes sowohl als auch zwei oder tausende Modelle sein. Innerhalb dieser Sammlung können Sie Töne in verschiedene Ordner unterteilen um diese zu organisieren. Eine Collection kann soviele Ordner haben wie Sie wollen (obwohl Sie keine Unterordner erstellen können). Dies ist der perfekte Weg um viele verschiedene Modelle zu kategorisieren und so Überblick zu behalten. Edit Buffer: Dies ist der Ort im Speicher Ihrer Variax an dem ein Modell geladen wird, wenn Sie aus von der Gitarre aus auswählen oder in einem der Browser doppelklicken. Wenn Sie ein Modell in Workbench bearbeiten sind Sie eigentlich nur an einer Kopie dieses Modells am arbeiten, welches auf der Gitarre abgelegt ist. Wenn Sie sich also dazu entscheiden die Änderung zu verwerfen, können Sie einfach zurück gehen ohne, das irgendetwas überschrieben wurde. Dies bedeutet jedoch auch, dass wenn Sie Ihre Änderung behalten wollen, nicht vergessen dürfen diese abzuspeichern. Edit Window: In diesem Fenster kontrollieren Sie Body, Pickup, Tone/Volume und Tuning um Ihr eigenes individuelles Variax Modell zu entwerfen. Das Edit Fenster hat drei Tabs (Body, Pickup und Controls), eine Tuning Sektion unten und eine grafische Representation der Gitarre. Hier können Sie außerdem Pickups auswählen, diese drehen und verschieben wie es Ihnen gefällt. File Browser: Die linke Seite des Tone Locker Fensters. Hier werden alle Modelle, Collections und Bundles, die Sie abgespeichert haben angezeigt. Device Browser: Die rechte Seite des Tone Locker Fenster. Hier werden die derzeitigen Speicherinhalte Ihrer Variax angezeigt. Einschließlich aller Modelle, die Sie möglicherweise bearbeitet aber noch nicht abgespeichert haben. (Sehen Sie sich dazu "Sync" an.) Model: Eine bestimmte Kombination von Body, Pickups, Tone Controls und Tuning. Swap Buffer: Dies lädt des Modell auf die Gitarre, von dem aus Sie die Bearbeitung gestartet haben. Mit diesem Knopf können Sie schnell und einfach zwischen dem was Sie erstellt haben und dem womit Sie angefangen haben wechseln. Dies ist ein guter Weg um zu überprüfen ob Sie mit Ihrer Bearbeitung auf dem richtigen Weg sind. Achtung, wenn Sie ein Modell speichern, dann wird immer das Modell abgespeichert, welches Sie ausgewählt haben. Also stellen Sie sicher, dass Sie auf dem korrekten Modell sind. Sync: Dieser Knopf erlaubt es Ihnen den Device Brwoser mit dem Speicher Ihrer Variax zu synchronisieren. Außerdem gibt es Ihnen die Möglichkeit zurück zu den abgespeicherten Modellen zu springen. Tone Locker: Dieses Fenster beinhaltet beide Browser (File und Device) und hierhin gehen Sie zur Verwaltung Ihrer Dateien, zur Modell Organisierung und um Modelle im Speicher zu tauschen. Problembehebung: Ich bekomme MIDI Zeitüberschreitungen (timeouts) und/oder Verbindungsfehler wenn ich Workbench starte. Wie kann ich dies beheben? Schließen Sie Line 6 Monkey bevor Sie Workbench starten. Laden Sie sich die neuste Line 6 Software, wie Monkey und Workbench sowie alle Treiber von der Line 6 Webseite herunter und installieren Sie diese. Zusätzliche Informationen und Download: Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q. Windows: USB Device Driver Installation Mac: USB Device Driver Installation Line 6 Software Downloads Entfernen Sie alle nicht benötigten USB Geräte von Ihrem Computer und stecken Sie das Line 6 Gerät direkt hinten in Ihren Computer ein. Wenn Sie einen Laptop benutzen sollten Sie alle USB Ports ausprobieren. Testen Sie es mit einem anderen Variax und USB Kabel sowie mit einer anderen Line 6 Schnittstelle um zu sehen ob es ein Problem mit dem Verstärker gibt. Ich bekomme einen "Java Error" wenn ich Workbench starte. Was ist das Problem? Bitte schauen Sie sich zur Problembehebung folgende Seite an: Java Errors with Line 6 Edit and Workbench V 1.72 Release Notes und bekannte Fehler: Was ist neu? Diese Version beinhaltet eine Behebung von einem Kompatibilitätsproblem mit Java, welches potentiell manche Betriebssytem/Hardware Konfigurationen betroffen haben könnte. Bekannte Fehler: Wenn Sie das X3 benutzen um Modelle zu wechseln, kann es sein das die Software nicht mehr mit der Hardware synchron ist. Benutzen Sie bitte entweder die Variax Workbench Software oder Variax selbst für die Modell- und Parameterauswahl. Das trennen der USB-Verbindung während Sie Workbench starten kann dazu führen, dass sich das Programm aufhängt bzw., kann zu Schwierigkeiten mit dem Schließen des Programmes führen. Schließen Sie bitte Workbench bevor Sie das USB Kabel entfernen. Das Austauschen der Gitarren währen Workbench läuft kann zu Kommunikationsverlust führen. Bitte schließen Sie Workbench bevor Sie Gitarren wechseln und starten Sie es dann neu. Wenn Sie das X3 Live benutzten (Presets ändern, Select Knopf benutzen,...) während Workbench startet, kann zu MIDI Zeitüberschreitungen führen. Bitte lassen Sie Workbench erst vollständig starten bevor Sie mit dem X3 Live arbeiten.
  12. Français Deutsch Q: Where are the song settings for the Spider IV 15 that I saw on the box? A: The Spider IV 15 song settings can be found here: Spider IV Settings Q: Where can I get the manual for the Spider IV 15? Line 6 Manuals Q: What are the amp models on my Spider IV 15? A: There are four amp models on the Spider IV 15: Clean, Crunch, Metal, and Insane. The tone settings list numerous songs can be used to dial sounds in as well. If you would like to return your unit to the original presets, please perform a factory reset (see below). Q: How do I perform a factory reset on my Spider IV 15? A: The factory reset procedure for a Spider IV 15 is to hold down the clean button as you turn on the power and hold the button for 5-8 seconds. Q: Is there a 'Boost' & 'Gate' function? A: Yes. Toggle the boost by holding the 'Tap' button while turning the 'Drive' knob past 12 o'clock. The gate can be toggled similarly, but using the 'Echo/Reverb' knob. See the manual for more information. Q: Are there any videos I can view to learn about the Spider IV series? Spider IV movies Q: How is the Spider IV 15 different than the Spider III 15? A: The Spider IV 15 amp models have been revoiced, the back is now a "3/4" style,and there is now an FBV controller jack for the FBV2 or FBX Express pedal. Q: How do I use the tuner on the Spider IV 15? A: Press the Tuner button, and notice the volume is muted during tuning. The amp model LEDs will indicate when the string you are playing is in tune. The “Crunch” and “Metal” LEDs will both light up when the string is in tune. If the Clean or Crunch LED are lit, the string is flat. If Metal or Insane LEDs are lit, the string is sharp. Once all your strings are in tune, press any button to exit Tuner Mode. See the manual for more information. Setup/Connections Q: What are the inputs and outputs on the Spider IV 15? A: Guitars, Microphones, Basses, and Acoustic Guitars can be connected using the 1/4” instrument input. MP3/CD players can be connected using the 3.5 mm jack. Headphones can be connected using the stereo ¼” output. Q: Is there a “direct out” on the Spider IV 15? What can this be connected to? A: The headphones jack is a stereo ¼” output which can also be used as a recording output or into a PA or stereo system. You can connect an external preamp into the CD input or the Mic input of the Spider IV 15. Q: Can the Spider IV 15 and the CD/MP3 input be used at the same time? Will I hear both of these devices through the headphones? A: Yes Q: Can I use an FBV controller with the Spider IV 15? A: Yes, the FBV2 and FBV Express (original or Mk II) are recommended for use with the Spider IV 15. The FBV Shortboard (original or Mk II) will work, but there will be a number of buttons that have no functions (i.e. banks, effects, stomps, etc.) Q: Does the Spider IV 15 have an effects loop? A: There is not an effect loop on the Spider IV 15 amplifier. Q: How do I power the Spider IV 15? A: The Spider IV 15 uses a standard IEC power cable to a wall outlet. Q: How can I get a cover for the Spider IV 15? A: The Spider IV 15 does not have a cover available from Line 6 at this time. Registration/Warranty Q: What is the warranty on the Spider IV 15? A: the warranty on the Spider IV 15 is twelve months from the date of purchase. Q: How can I register my Spider IV 15? A: Product Registration F.A.Q. Troubleshooting/Service Q: My Spider IV 15 seems to be malfunctioning. What can I do as an end user? A: Line 6 Amp Troubleshooting Q: Where can I get replacement knobs for my Spider IV 15 amp? A: Line 6 Store Ou puis-je trouver les configurations des chansons pour le Spider IV? Spider IV Settings Ou est-ce que je peux lire le mode d’emploi ? Line 6 Manuals Quels sont les modèles d’ampli sur le Spider IV 75 ? Le Spider IV a quatre modèles : Clean, Crunch, Metal et Insane. Les modèles ont des configurations de ton pour ajuster le individuellement. Si vous voulez les preset originales, vous pouvez réinitialiser le Spider IV. Comment est-ce que je réinitialise mon Spider IV ? Maintenez enfoncé le bouton Clean tandis que vous allumez l’appareil. Pour 5-8 secondes. Y a-t-il une fonction « Boost & Gate » ? Oui, maintenez enfoncé le bouton « Tap » et tournez « Drive » en même temps pour « Boost ». « Gate » fonctionne de même façon, mais avec le bouton « Echo/Reverb » plutôt que le bouton « Drive ». Y a-t-il des vidéos tutoriels pour le Spider IV ? Spider IV movies (en anglais) Quelle est la différence entre le Spider IV 15 et le Spider IV 15 ? Le Spider IV a été réharmonisé, le dos est un ¾ et il y en a un Jack FBV pour les pédales FBV2 et FBV Express. Comment est-ce que j’utilise l’accordeur avec le Spider IV ? Poussez le bouton Tuner. Les LEDs sur le modèle d’ampli vous signifie à quel moment la corde est accordée. « Crunch » et « Metal » éclairent si la corde est accordée. Si Crunch ou Clean éclairent, la corde est plat. Si « Metal » ou « Insane" éclairent, la corde est tranchante. Poussez aucun bouton pour sortir ce menu. Installation et connexions : Quels sont les sorties et entrées sur le Spider IV ? Guitares, Micros, Basses et guitares acoustiques via l’entrée de des instruments principale, une entrée 1/4". Y a-t-il un Direct Out sur le Spider IV ? Le jack micro est une sortie 1/4’’ que vous pouvez utiliser comme sortie d’enregistrement. Vous pouvez connecter un préampli externe au CD IN et MIC IN. Est-ce qu’on peut utiliser les entrées CD/MP3 et Guitare en même temps ? Oui. Puis j’utiliser le contrôleur FBV avec le Spider IV 15? Oui, FBV2 et FBV Express sont recommandés mais le FBV Shortboard fonctionne aussi. Il y en a quelques boutons sui fonctionnent pas. A-t-il un effects loop ? Non. Comment est-ce que j’allume le Spider IV 15? L’appareil utilise un câble standard IEC. Est-ce que je peux acheter une couverture pour l’ampli ? Non, on ne produit pas de couvertures pour ce modèle. Régistration et garantie : Quelle est la garantie sur le Spider IV 15 ? 12 mois à partir de la date d’achat. Comment est-ce que je peux registrer mon Spider IV 15 ? Product Registration F.A.Q. Dépannage et service : Qu’est-ce que je peux faire si mon Spider IV 15 a des problèmes ? Line 6 Amp Troubleshooting Où est ce que je peux acheter des boutons de remplacement? Line 6 Store Wo kann ich die Song Einstellungen des Spider IV 15 finden, die ich auf der Box gesehen habe? Spider IV Settings Wo kann ich das Benutzerhandbuch des Spider IV 15 lesen? Line 6 Manuals Welche Verstärkermodelle hat der Spider IV 15? Der Spider IV 15 hat vier verschiedene Modelle installiert: Crunch, Clean, Metal und Insane. Die Tone Settings Liste hat zudem noch unzählige Songs, die Sie auch benutzen können. Um alle original Presets zurückzubekommen können Sie das Gerät auf Werkseinstellungen zurücksetzen. Und wie setze ich den Spider IV 15 zurück? Halten Sie beim Starten des Gerätes den Clean Knopf für 5-8 Sekunden gedrückt. Gibt es Boost und Gate Funktionen? Ja, Boost können Sie benutzen indem Sie den Tap Knopf gedrückt halten und den Drive Knopf gleichzeitig weiter als 12 Uhr drehen. Die Gate Funktion wird ähnlich aktiviert, nutzen Sie aber anstelle von Drive den Echo/Reverb Knopf. Gibt es Tutorial Videos für den Spider IV 15? Spider IV movies Was ist der Unterschied zwischen dem Spider IV 15 und dem Spider II 15? Die Verstärkermodelle auf dem Spider IV wurden neuvertont, außerdem ist der Spider IV ein ¾ Verstärker und es gibt einen neuen FBV Stecker für das FBV2 oder FBV Express Pedal. Wie kann ich den Tuner des Spider IV benutzen? Drücken Sie auf den Tuner Knopf. Die Amp Model LEDs werden Ihnen dann anzeigen ob die Saite, die Sie spielen korrekt gestimmt ist. Wenn Crunch und Metal LEDs leuchten, dann bedeutet das, das die Saite gestimmt ist. Wenn Clean und Crunch LEDs leuchten, dann ist die Saite tief. Wenn Metal und Insane leuchten, dann ist die Saite hoch. Wenn alle Saiten gestimmt sind können Sie einfach irgendeinen Knopf drücken, um das Menu zu verlassen. Installation und Anschlüsse: Welche Ein- und Ausgänge hatder Spider IV 15? Gitarren, Mikrofone, Bässe und akustik Gitarren können an den ¼“ Instrumenteingang angeschlossen werden. MP3/CD Spieler können an den 3.5mm Jack angeschlossen werden und Kopfhörer an den ¼“ Stereoausgang. Gibt es ein „Direct Out“ am Spider IV 15? Der Kopfhöreranschluss ist ein ¼“ stereo Jack der auch als Aufnahmeausgang benutzt werden kann, wie für eine PA oder eine Stereoanlage. Einen externen Vorverstärker können Sie an den CD oder den Mikrofon Eingang des Spider IV 15 anschließen. Kann ich Gitarren- und CD/MP3 Eingänge gleichzeitig benutzt werden? Ja. Kann ich eine FBV Steuerung mit dem Spider IV 15 benutzen? Ja, wir empfehlen die Nutzung des FBV2 oder FBV Express. Der FBV Shortboard funktiniert auch aber manche Knöpfe funktionieren nicht. Hat der Spider IV 15 einen Effects Loop? Nein. Wie versorge ich den Spider IV 15 mit Strom? Mit einem ganz normalen IEC Kabel, welches Sie in die Steckdose stecken. Wo kann ich eine Schutzhülle für den Spider IV 15 kaufen? Line 6 stellt zur Zeit leider keine Schutzhüllen für den Spider IV 15 her. Registrierung und Garantie: Wieviel Garantie habe ich auf dem Spider IV 15? 12 Monate ab Kaufdatum. Wie kann ich mein Spider IV 15 registrieren? Product Registration F.A.Q. Fehlerbehebung und Service: Mein Spider IV scheint nicht korrekt zu funktionieren, was kann ich tun? Line 6 Amp Fehlerbehebung Wo kann ich Ersatzknöpfe kaufen? Line 6 Store
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    Spider IV 30 FAQs

    Deutsch Français Application Q: Where are the song settings for the Spider IV 30 that I saw on the box? A: The Spider IV 30 song settings are a PDF download at the following link: Spider IV Settings Q: What are the amp models on the Spider IV 30? A: There are a twelve total amp models on the Spider IV 30. There are two versions (red and green) of the following amp models: Clean, Twang, Blues, Crunch, Metal, and Insane. Clean Red: Crisp, amazing clean tones. Clean Green: Based on a 1973 Hiwatt custom 100 with extended tone control range and tightened up the low end. Twang Red: based on mid 60’s Fender amps. Twang Green: based on vintage tweed amps (i.e.’53 Fender tweed Deluxe, ’58 Fender tweed Bassman and a ’60 Gibson Explorer). Blues Red: Three helpings of ’65 Marshall JTM-45, one scoop of ’58 Fender Bassman, a schmeer of ’63 Fender Vibroverb, and a dash of Supro for good measure. Blues Green: Based on a fawn Vox AC-30 amplifier with an updated and expanded tone control circuit. Crunch Red: Based on a '68 Marshall Plexi 50 Watt head. Crunch Green: Based on a ‘68 Marshall Plexi 100 watt with a few added extras; the combination of a Variac and jumpered input channels. Metal Red: based on the Mesa Dual Rectifier with enhancements. Metal Green: An aggressive high gain Amp Model with a unique Mid control that will sweep though an entire spectrum of tone on one knob. Insane Red: Line 6’s “dialed in for shreddingâ€� version of the Mesa Dual Rectifier red channel. Insane Green: You get an obscene helping of distortion, while still retaining tonal definition and character. The tone settings list numerous songs can be used to dial sounds in as well. If you would like to return your unit to the original presets, please perform a factory reset (see below). Q: How do I use the tuner on the Spider IV 30? A: Press the Tuner button, and notice the volume is muted during tuning. The amp model LEDs will indicate when the string you are playing is in tune. The 'Crunch' and 'Metal' LEDs will both light up when the string is in tune. If the Clean or Crunch LED are lit, the string is flat. If Metal or Insane LEDs are lit, the string is sharp. Once all your strings are in tune, press any button to exit Tuner Mode. Q: How do I perform a factory reset on the Spider IV 30? A: The factory reset procedure for a Spider IV 30 is to hold down the 'A' button as you turn on the power and hold the button for 5-8 seconds. Q: Are there any videos I can view to learn about the Spider IV series? Spider IV movies Q: How is the Spider IV 30 different than the Spider III 30? A: THe Spider IV 30 amp models have been expanded (from 4 to 12) and re-voiced, and the back is now a "3/4" style. See the FBV controller information for added control features below. Setup/Connections Q: What are the inputs and outputs on the Spider IV 30? A: Guitars, Microphones, Basses, and Acoustic Guitars can be connected using the 1/4" instrument input. MP3/CD players can be connected using the 3.5 mm jack. Headphones can be connected using the stereo ¼" output. Q: Is there a 'direct out' on the Spider IV 30? What can this be connected to? A: The headphones jack (a stereo ¼" output) can also be used as a recording output or into a PA or stereo system. You can connect an external preamp into the CD input or the Mic input of the Spider IV 30. Q: Can the Spider IV 30 and the CD/MP3 input be used at the same time? Will I hear both of these devices through the headphones? A: Yes Q: Can I use an FBV controller with the Spider IV 30? A: Yes, the FBV2 and FBV Express (original or Mk II) are recommended for use with the Spider IV 30. The FBV Shortboard (Mk I or II) may work (but is not supported) and will allow access the 'bonus' 36 presets by being able to switch between banks 1-9. Be aware that while most end users will not have a problem with the Shortboard connections, slight voltage fluctuations from your wall outlet may cause the Spider IV 30 to power cycle itself if the FBV shortboard is connected. If this happens, simply remove the FBV shortboard. Q: Does the Spider IV 30 have an effects loop? A: There is no effect loop on the Spider IV 30 amplifier. Specifications Q: How do I power the Spider IV 30? A: The Spider IV 30 uses a standard IEC power cable to a wall outlet. Q: How can I get a cover for the Spider IV 30? A: The Spider IV 30 does not have a cover available from Line 6 at this time. Registration/Warranty Q: What is the warranty on the Spider IV 30? A: the warranty on the Spider IV 30 is twelve months from the date of purchase. Line 6 Warranty Information Q: How can I register my Spider IV 30? product registration F.A.Q. Troubleshooting/Service Q: My Spider IV 30 seems to be malfunctioning. What can I do as an end user? Line 6 Amp Troubleshooting Q: Where can I get a cover or replacement knobs for my Spider IV 30 amp? Line 6 Store Wo kann ich die Song Einstellungen finden, die ich auf der Box gesehen habe? Die Spider IV Song Einstellungen können Sie heir als PDF Datei finden: Spider IV Settings Welche Verstärkermodelle sind auf dem Spider IV 30? Auf dem Spider IV 30 sind insgesamt 12 Verstärkermodelle installiert. Für die folgenden Modelle gibt es jeweils zwei Versionen, eine Green und eine Red Version: Clean, Twang, Blues, Crunch, Metal und Insane. Clean Red: Tolle, knackig saubere Töne. Clean Green: Auf Basis eines Hiwatt custom 100W von 1973 mit erweiterter Tonreichweite. Twang Red: Auf Basis von Fender Verstärkern der 60er Jahre. Twang Green: Auf Basis verschiedener Vintage Tweed Verstärker, ein 53er Fender Tweed Delxue, ein 58er Fender Tweed Bassman und ein 60er Gibson Explorer. Blues Red: Auf Basis eines 65er Marshall JTM-45, eines 58er Fender Bassman, eines 63er Fender Vibroverb sowie eines Supro. Blues Green: Auf Basis eines Vox AC-30 mit modifizierten Schaltkreisen. Crunch Red: Auf Basis eines 68er Marshall Plexi Topteils von 50W. Crunch Green: Auf Basis eines 68er Mashall Plexi 100W mit kleineren Extras. Metal Red: Auf Basis eines Mesa Dual Rectifiers mit Verbesserungen. Metal Green: Ein aggressiver High Gain Sound mit einzigartiger Mid Kontrolle. Insane Red: Line 6 Shred Version des roten Kanals eines Mesa Dual Rectifiers. Insane Green: Massig Verzerrung bei maximaler Definition. Wie benutze ich den Tuner des Spider IV 30? Drücken Sie den Tuner Knopf, der Verstärker sollte sich nun stumm stellen. An den Verstärkermodell LEDs können Sie dann erkennen ob die Saiten gestimmt sind. Wenn Crunch und Metal leuchten, dann ist die Saite gestimmt, leuchtet Clean oder Crunch dann ist Sie zu tief und wenn Metal oder Insane leuchten, dann ist Sie zu hoch. Wenn dann alle Saiten gestimmt sind können Sie irgendeinen Knopf drücken um den Tuner Modus zu verlassen. Wie kann ich das Gerät auf Werkseinstellungen zurückstellen? Halten Sie den A Knopf einfach für 5-8 Sekunden während des Startens des Verstärkers gedrückt. Gibt es Videos zur Spider IV Serie? Spider IV movies Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Spider IV 30 und Spider III 30? Der Spider IV 30 hat zusätzliche 8 Modelle und ist komplett neu gestimmt und der Verstärker ist nun im ¾“ Stil. Installation und Anschlüsse: Welche Ein- und Ausgänge gibt es? Gitarren, Mikrofone, Bässe und Akustikgitarren können Sie an den ¼“ Instrumenteingang anschließen, MP3 und CD Spieler an den 3.5mm Jack und Kopfhörer an den ¼“ Stereo Ausgang. Hat der Verstärker einen Direct Out? Der ¼“ Kopfhörerausgang kann als Ausgang für Aufnahmen verwendet werden oder an eine PA oder Stereoanlage angeschlossen werden. Einen externen Vorverstärker können Sie an den CD Eingang oder den Mikrofoneingang anschließen. Kann ich Instrument- sowie CD/MP3 Eingang gleichzeitig benutzen und das ganze auf meine Kopfhörer spielen? Ja. Kann ich einen FBV mit dem Spider IV 30 benutzen? Ja, FBV2 und FBV Express (original oder MkII) sind empfohlen. Das FBV Shortboard (MkI oder MkII) funktioniert eventuell und ist damit auch nicht unterstützt. Die meisten Benutzer haben mit dem Shortboard keine Probleme, Stromschwankungen können aber den Verstärker zum Abschalten bringen wenn das Shortboard angeschlossen ist. Wenn das passiert, trennen Sie das Shortboard einfach vom Verstärker. Hat der Spider IV 30 einen Effects Loop? Nein. Spezifikationen: Wie kann ich den Spider IV 30 mit Strom versorgen? Der Verstärker braucht ein ganz normales IEC Stromkabel. Woher bekomme ich eine Schutzhülle für den Verstärker? Line 6 stellt leider zurzeit keine Schutzhüllen für den Spider IV 30 her. Registrierung und Garantie: Wie lange habe ich Garantie auf den Verstärker? Die Garantie auf dem Verstärker beträgt 12 Monate ab Kaufdatum. Line 6 Garantieinformationen Wie kann ich mein Gerät registrieren? Produktregistrierung: F.A.Q. Fehlerbehebung und Service: Mein Spider IV hat Probleme, was kann ich tun? Line 6 Amp Troubleshooting Wo kann ich Ersatzteile für mein Spider IV 30 kaufen? Line 6 Store Ou puis-je trouver les configurations de chansons que j’ai vu sur la boîte ? Vous pouvez les trouver ici : Spider IV Settings Quels sont les modèles d’amplis sur mon Spider IV 30 ? Il y en a 12 modèles d’amplis en total. Les modèles suivantes ont deux versions (une version verte et une version rouge) : Clean, Twang, Blues, Crunch, Metal et Insane. Clean Red : Pour un ton brillant et clair. Clean Green : Basé sur un Hiwatt Custom 100 modifié de 1973. Twang Red : Basé sur les amplis Fender des années 60. Twang Green : Basé sur des amplis tweed vintage comme le Fender Tweed Deluxe de 1953, le Fender Tweed Bassman de 1958 et le Gibson Explorer de 1960. Blues Red : Une mixture de plusieurs amplis : le Marshall JTM-45 de 1965, un Fender Bassman de 1958, un Fender Vibroverb de 1963 et un Supro. Blues Green : Basé sur un Vox AC-30 avec circuit modifié. Crunch Red : Basé sur une tête ampli Marshall Plexi 50 Watt de 1968. Crunch Green : Basé sur un Marshall Plexi 100 Watt. Metal Red : Basé sur un Mesa Dual Rectifier avec quelques augmentations. Metal Green : Un modèle à gain élevé très agressive et une contrôle des Mis très spéciale. Insane Red : La version Shred de Line 6 d’un Mesa Dual Rectifier en canal rouge. Insane Green : Beaucoup de distorsion mais avec toute la définition tonale. Comment puis-je utiliser le Tuner sur mon Spider IV 30 ? Poussez le bouton Tuner, l’ampli est muet maintenant. Les LEDs des modèles amplis vous montrent si une corde est accordée. Crunch et Metal s’allument si la corde est accorée. Si Clean ou Crunch sont allumé, la corde est plat et si Metal ou Insane sont allumé, la corde est forte. Poussez n’importe quel bouton pour fermez le mode Tuning. Comment puis-je réinitialiser l’appareil ? Maintenez enfoncé le bouton A pour 5 à 8 secondes tout en allumant le Spider. Y a-t-il des vidéos pour le Spider IV ? Spider IV movies Quelle est la différence entre Spider IV 30 et Spider III 30? Vous avec plus de modèles de 4 à maintenant 12 modèles. Et l’arrière est maintenant ¾. Installation et Connexion : Quels entrées et sorties est-ce que je peux trouver sur le Spider IV 30 ? Vous pouvez connecter Guitares, Microphones, Basses et Guitares Acoustiques au connecteur instrument 1/4" ; les lecteurs MP3 et CD au jack 3.5mm et les casques à la sortie stéréo 1/4". Y a-t-il un Direct Out ? Vous pouvez utiliser le jack de casques comme sortie d’enregistrement et connecter un préampli externe à la sortie Mic. Puis-je utiliser l’entrée instrument en même temps que l’entrée CD/MP3 ? Pui-je écouter tous ça avec mes casques ? Oui, pas de problème. Puis-je utiliser un contrôleur FBV avec mon Spider IV 30 ? Oui, le FBV2 et FBV Express (originale ou MkII) sont recommandés. Le FBV Shortboard (MkI et MkII) peut fonctionner mais n’est pas supporté. Y a-t-il un Effects Loop ? Non. Spécifications : Comment puis-je allumer le Spider IV 30 ? Avec un câble standard IEC. Est-ce que je peux acheter une couverture pour mon Spider IV 30 ? Line 6 ne produit pas des couvertures à ce moment. Régistration, garantie : Y a-t-il une garantie avec le Spider IV 30 ? Oui, une garantie de 1 année. Line 6 Warranty Information Comment puis-je enregistrer mon Spider IV 30 ? Registration des produits Line6 Dépannage et Service: J’ai des problèmes avec mon Spider IV 30, qu’est-ce que je fais ? Dépannage des amplis Line6 Puis-je acheter des remplacements ? Line 6 Store
  14. Deutsch Français Q: Where do I get a Relay G30 Series Wireless System for use in the US? A: The Relay G30 is available at all authorized Line 6 dealers. To locate a dealer near you, please see our Dealer Finder. Q: Does USB 3.0 create interference in the 2.4GHz frequency range? A: USB 3.0 computer cables and peripherals, including hard drives, are known to emit radio frequency interference throughout the 2.4GHz band, which results in reduced range and/or performance for any 2.4GHz device in its proximity (including wireless keyboard or mouse, WiFi, etc.). We recommend placing any digital wireless receivers at least two meters away from the USB 3.0 device and its cabling. Below is a link to a study by Intel regarding this interference. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Q: Where can I purchase replacement Relay G30 transmitters (TBP06) or receivers (RXS06)? A: You can order them from any authorized dealer. Q: What are the specs on the provided Relay G30 Series power supply (DC-1G)? A: 9.6V DC, 500mA, pin center negative.? See the following link for more power supply FAQs: Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Q: Can I use a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 to power the Relay G30 receiver? A: Yes, but you will need to use the Voodoo lab "doubler" cable and you will need to use any two outputs of the Pedal Power Plus set to the "normal" position. See the following link for more information on the "doubler" cable available from Voodoo Lab: Voodoo Lab cables Q: What type of cable do I need between my guitar & Relay G30 (TBP06) transmitter? A: Any mono (tip-sleeve) instrument cable will work for both the instrument to the transmitter and the receiver output. We do not recommend using TRS ("stereo") instrument cables. Q: If you leave the transmitter cable plugged but turn the power off on the transmitter, does the cable still use up battery life even if the transmitter is powered off? Similar to some analog stomp boxes? A: When the power is switched off, the audio input has no bearing on battery draw, cable in or out. Q: Is the Relay G30 (TBP06) transmitter compatible with the X2 receiver (or vice versa)? A: Both systems run in completely different frequency ranges so they are not compatible with each other, but X2 and Relay units can be used on the same stage (along with any other analog wireless systems) with no problems. Q: I'm a harmonica player and would like to use the G30 with a bullet microphone (high impedance and high output). Its output peaks at approximately 3V to 4V. Will there be clipping or distortion of the output? A: No problem with either impedance or input level. The Relay transmitters (TBP06 and TBP12) will handle 6V inputs. Q: What is the output impedance of the RXS06 Receiver ? A: The output impedance of the RXS06 Receiver is 200 ohms. Q: How do I register my Relay G30 System? A: You can register on your account: Gear Registration LED States: TBP06 BATT: Blue: On Red: Low battery Purple: On channel change AUDIO: Green: Signal at input Orange: On power / channel change. RXS06 POWER: Blue: On AUDIO: Green: Signal at receiver input Transmitter Status: Top: Signal Strength Bot: Tx Battery Life F.A.Q.: G30 Wireless: Où est-ce que je peux acheter un système sans fil Relay G30 en France/Belgique? Le Relay G30 est disponible à tous les revendeurs Line 6 autorisés. Utilisez ce lien pour trouver un distributeur près de chez vous: Dealer Finder Est-ce que USB 3.0 crée des interférences dans la gamme de fréquences 2,4 GHz? Les câbles et périphériques USB 3.0 sont connus pour émettre des interférences de fréquence radio dans la bande 2,4 GHz, que cause une gamme et/ou performance des appareils 2.4 GHz réduite dans la proximité. (Y inclus sont les claviers ou souris sans fil, WiFi, etc.) Nous recommandons de placer le récepteur sans fil numérique au moins 2 mètres loin des appareils USB 3.0 et ses câbles. Voici un lien vers une étude réalisée par Intel au sujet de cette interférence: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Où est-ce que je peux acheter des Relay G30 émetteurs (TBP06) ou récepteurs (RXX06) de remplacement? Vous les pouvez commander de n'importe quel distributeur autorisé. Quels sont les spécifications d'alimentation fournie avec la série Relay G30 ? (DC-1G) 9,6V DC, 500mA avec broche centrale négative. Visitez ce site pour plus d'informations concernant les alimentations: Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Est-ce que je peux utiliser un Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 pour allumer le récepteur Relay G30? Oui mais vous devez utiliser le câble Voodoo Lab "doubler" et deux sorties du Pedal Power Plus sur la position "normal". Visitez le lien suivant pour plus d'informations sur les câbles "doubler" disponibles de Voodoo Lab: Câbles Voodoo Lab Quel type de câble est-ce que j'ai besoin pour connecter ma guitare et mon transmetteur Relay G30 (TBP06)? N'importe quel câble instrument mono (TS) fonctionnera pour la connexion de l'instrument à l'émetteur et à la sortie du récepteur. Nous ne recommandons pas l'utilisation d'un câble instrument stéréo (TRS). Si vous laissez le câble instrument branché mais éteignez le transmetteur, est-ce que le câble toujours utilise la batterie même si l'émetteur est éteint? Comme pour quelques pédales d'effets analogues? Si le transmetteur est éteint, l'entrée audio n'a pas d'incidence sur la batterie, avec ou sans câble. Est-ce que le transmetteur Relay G30 (TBP06) est compatible avec le récepteur X2 ou inversement? Les deux systèmes utilisent des gammes de fréquences complètement différentes donc ils ne sont pas compatibles MAIS les deux peuvent être utilisés dans la même scène (avec autres systèmes sans fils analogues) sans problèmes. Je suis un harmoniciste et je voudrais bien utiliser le G30 avec un micro harmonica (impédance et sorite haute). Sortie d'environ 3V à 4V. Est qu'il y aura du clipping ou de la distorsion du signal de sortie? Pas de problème ni avec l'impédance ou niveau d'entrée. Les transmetteurs Relay (TBP06 et TBP12) peuvent traiter des entrées de 6V. Quel est l'impédance de sortie du récepteur RXS06? L'impédance de sortie du récepteurs RXS06 est 200 Ohms. Comment est-ce que je peux enregistrer mon système Relay G30? Vous le pouvez enregistrer ici: Enregistrement Line 6. États LED: TBP06: BATT: Bleu: Allumé. Rouge: Batterie faible. Violet: Changement de canal. AUDIO: Vert: Signal à l'entrée. Orange: Allumé et changement de canal. RXS06: POWER: Bleu: Allumé. AUDIO: Vert: Signal à la sortie. État du transmetteur: En haut: Puissance du signal. En bas: Vie de la pile. F.A.Q. zum Relay G30 Wireless: Wo bekomme ich ein Relay G30 Wireless System in Deutschland her? Das Relay G30 ist bei allen autorisierten Line 6 Händlern erhältlich. Um einen Händler is Ihrer Nähe zu finden klicken Sie auf diesen Link: www.de.line6.com/dealers/ Entstehen Interferenzen durch USB 3.0 im 2,4GHz Frequenzbereich? USB 3.0 Computerkabel und –geräte sind dafür bekannt Interferenzen bei Radio Frequenzen im 2,4GHz Bereich zu erzeugen was zu verringerter Reichweite und Performance für alle 2.4GHz Geräte (inklusive kabellose Tastatur oder Maus sowie WiFi und viele andere) in der Nähe führen kann. Wir empfehlen alle digitalen Kabellosempfänger mindestens 2m von den USB 3.0 Geräten und deren Verkablung weit weg zu plazieren. Nachstehend können Sie einen Link zur Untersuchung von Intel über Interferenzen mit USB 3.0 finden: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/io/universal-serial-bus/usb3-frequency-interference-paper.html Wo kann ich Ersatztransmitter (TBP06) oder –empfänger (RXS06) kaufen? Sie können diese bei autorisierten Händlern erwerben. Was sind die technischen Daten zum Netzteil der Relay G30 Serie (DC-1G)? 9,6V Gleichstrom (DC), 500mA, negativer Zentralpol. Klicken Sie auf den folgenden Link für weitere Informationen über Netzteile zu erhalten: Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Kann ich ein Voodoo Lab Pedal Power Plus 2 benutzten um den Relay G30 Empfänger zu betreiben? Ja, aber dazu brauchen Sie ein Voodoo Lab "doubler" Kabel und Sie müssen zwei der Ausgänge des Pedal Power Plus verwenden, die auf "normal" eingestellt sind. Klicken Sie auf den folgenden Link um mehr Informationen über "doubler" Kabbel von Voodoo Labs zu erhalten: Voodoo Lab Kabel Welche Art Kabel brauche ich zwischen meiner Gitarre und dem Relay G30 Transmitter (TBP06)? Irgend ein Mono (TS) Instrumentkabel wird funktionieren für die Verbindung von Instrument zu Transmitter und zu Empfänger-Ausgang. Wir raten davon ab ein Stereo (TRS) Instrument-Kabel zu benutzen. Wenn man das Transmitterkabel stecken lässt aber den Transmitter selbst abschaltet, verbraucht das Kabel dann weiterhin Batterielaufzeit obwohl der Transmitter aus ist? So wie bei manchen analogen Effektpedalen? Wenn das Gerät abgeschaltet ist, dann hat das Kabel keine Einfluss auf die Batterielaufzeit ob das Kabel steckt oder nicht. Ist der Relay G30 Transmitter (TBP06) kompatibel mit X2 Empfängern, bzw. umgekehrt? Beide Systeme laufen in vollkommen anderen Frequenzbereichen und sind somit nicht komaptibel, Sie können Sie jedoch ohne Probleme (mit anderen analogen kabellosen Systemen) auf der selben Bühne benutzen. Ich bin ein Harmonikaspieler und würde gerne das G30 mit einem Kugelmikrofon benutzen (hohe Impedanz und Ausgang). Der Ausgang befindet sich da höchstens bei ca. 3V oder 4V. Wird dies zu Übersteuerung oder Verzerrung am Asugang führen? Nein, weder Impadanz noch Eingangspegel sind hier ein Problem. Die Relay Transmitter (TBP06 und TBP12) kommen mit Eingängen von bis zu 6V klar. Was ist die Ausgangsimpedanz des RXS06 Empfängers? Die Ausgangsimpedanz des Empfängers beträgt 200 Ohm. Wie kann ich mein Relay G30 System registrieren? Line 6 Produkte können über das Benutzerkonto auf de.line6.com registriert werden. http://de.line6.com/account/registergear/ LED Zustand: TBP06: BATT: Blau: An. Rot: Niedriger Batteriestand. Violet: Auf Kanalwechsel. AUDIO: Grün: Signal am Eingang. Orange: An und auf Kanalwechsel. RXS06: POWER: Blau: An. AUDIO: Grün: Signal am Empfängereingang. Transmitter-Status: Oben: Signalstärke. Unten: Batterielaufzeit.
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    Product Registration F.A.Q.

    Deutsch Francais For registered product owners, Line 6 is pleased to provide phone and email support free of charge. If your product is not registered, you still have access to resources that can assist you 24/7: Knowledge Base Video Tutorials Forum Communities Product Manuals Please CLICK HERE to register your Line 6 products. Q: Why should I register my Line 6 gear? A: Registering your gear allows you to receive free product support and updates, as well as grants you the ability to update certain Line 6 products with model packs. It is also required should you choose to use the benefits of the manufacturer's warranty for repair or replacement of your Line 6 unit. Please be sure you have all your gear registered to the same account. Q: How do I register my Line 6 Gear? A: See the following link to direct you to your product registration page: Register Gear The left side of the screen will display a "Register Gear" link. Click the link and choose your product. Most items will have an automatic completion for the first few characters once you select the product. Continue to enter your unit's serial number. The serial number is on a sticker affixed to the back of your unit, and also on the unit's retail box, and follows this 17 character format: (21)XXXNLNNNNNNNNNN, where X stands for number or letter, N stands for NUMBER, and L stands for LETTER. Please be aware that zeroes and letter Os may look identical. Complete the registration by entering the purchase date. Exceptions GuitarPort/Rifftracker: after selecting GuitarPort from the dropdown menu, enter the eight digits found on the bottom of the unit (on the right of the bar code). If your unit is missing the sticker with the serial number, please connect the unit to Line 6 Monkey and use the ESN number shown on the left side on Monkey. Variax Choose the correct model and color. The serial number field will partially fill with a serial prefix that will look something like "21xxx125". Enter the 8 digits on the back of your headstock after the serial number prefix. Put a 0 at the end of the number. Fill in the date purchased and click "Submit" Q: I have an X2 wireless product that was manufactured prior to the Line 6 acquisition. Can I register this product? A: Because of the serial numbering format used by older X2 wireless products, our systems are unable to register these products to your Line 6 account However, if you create a support thread marked as a question or call our support department, we can add your serial number to a support ticket so it is on record with Line 6. Q: Are there some Line 6 units and/or accessories that cannot be registered? A: Yes. Early Line 6 units such as AX/AXsys, Flextone (I), and POD(I) cannot be registered, as their serial numbers will not fit into the current format. In addition, some accessory units such as the FBV2, EX-1, EPROM Upgrades, and XPS boxes do not have a serial number and cannot be registered. Q: Where is the serial number located? A: The serial number for your Line 6 Product is located in most cases on the bottom or back of your product. The Pocket Pod serial number can be found inside the battery-housing compartment behind the top right battery. The number also appears on the unit's retail box. Q: I'm having trouble registering my unit. How do I get help? A: Make sure you are signed in to your Line 6 account and open a support ticket to send an inquiry to a Line 6 representative. If your unit is missing the sticker with the serial number, please connect the unit to Line 6 Monkey (free download at http://line6.com/software/) and use the ESN number shown on the left side on Monkey. Provide the ESN number when making your inquiry. Q: How do I remove a registration? A: First go to My Account - Registered Gear, then click the Remove link. Häufig gestellte Fragen zur Produktregistrierung: Wir freuen uns registrierten Benutzern eines Line 6 Produktes Unterstützung per Telefon und Email gratis zur Verfügung stellen zu können. Sollte Ihr Produkt nicht registriert sein haben Sie immernoch die Möglichkeit unsere online Ressourcen zu Rate ziehen: Die Wissensdatenbank Videotutorials Das Forum Produkt Handbücher Bitte klicken Sie hier um Ihr Produkt zu registrieren, sofern Sie dies noch nicht getan haben. Weshalb sollte ich mein Line 6 Produkt registrieren? Wenn Sie Ihr Line 6 Produkt registrieren erhalten Sie gratis Hilfestellung und Updates für Ihr Produkt, außerdem können Sie nach der Registrierung für verschiedene Line 6 Produkte zusätzlich Model Packs erwerben. Zudem müssen Sie Ihr Gerät registriert haben um Ihr Garantie für Reparatur oder Ersatz Ihres Produktes zu nutzen. Achtung, bitte registrieren Sie alle Line 6 Produkte auf dem selben Line 6 Benutzerkonto. Wie registriere ich meine Line 6 Produkte? Bitte klicken Sie folgenden Link um auf die Produkt Registrierungsseite zu gelangen: Produktregistrierung Wählen Sie auf dieser Seite nun unten das Gerät, welches Sie registrieren wollen. Die meisten Geräte haben hier eine automatische Vervollständigung der Liste sobald Sie das Produkt ausgewählt haben. Geben Sie nun die Seriennummer Ihres Gerätes ein, diese können Sie auf dem Sticker auf der Rückseite des Gerätes und auf dem Karton des Gerätes finden. Die Seriennummer hat dieses Format: (21)XXXNLNNNNNNNNNN, X steht hier für Zahlen oder Buchstaben, N führ Zahlen und L für Buchstaben. Achtung, Nullen und Os können hier identisch aussehen. Vervollständigen Sie die Registrierung indem Sie das Kaufdatum eingeben. Ausnahmen: GuitarPort/Rifftracker: Nachdem Sie GuitarPort im Menu ausgewählt haben geben Sie die acht Ziffern auf dem Boden des Produktes ein.(rechts neben dem Barcode) Sollte dieser Sticker fehlen, schließen Sie Ihr Gerät an Ihren Computer an und öffnen Sie Line 6 Monkey. Benutzen Sie dann die ESN Nummer die links angezeigt wird. (Line 6 Monkey können Sie hier herunterladen.) Variax: 1) Wählen Sie korrektes Modell und Farbe aus. Das Feld für die Seriennummer wird sich zum Teil mit einem Präfix füllen, ungefähr so: 21xxx125. 2) Geben Sie die acht Ziffern der Rückseite Ihrer Variax hinter diesem Präfix ein. 3) Fügen Sie eine "0" and das Ende hinzu. 4) Geben Sie das Datum des Kaufs ein und klicken Sie auf "Submit". Ich habe ein kabelloses X2 Produkt, welches vor dem Erwerb durch Line 6 hergestellt wurde. Kann ich das Produkt registrieren? Aufgrund des Formates der Seriennummer, welches bei den alten X2 benutzt wurde kann unser System diese Produkte leider nicht registrieren. Sie können aber ein Ticket erstellen oder unseren Kundendienst anrufen dort kann man Ihnen dann die Seriennummer Ihrem Ticket hinzufügen damit es bei Line 6 zu Protokoll liegt. Gibt es Line 6 Geräte und/oder Zubehör, welches nicht registriert werden kann? Ja, frühe Line 6 Produkte, wie das AX/AXsys, Flextone (I) und POD (I) können nicht registriert werden, da deren Seriennummern nicht mit unserem neuen Format übereinstimmen. Zusätzlich kann Zubehör wie das FBV2, das EX-1, EPROM Upgrades und XPS Boxen nicht registriert werden, da diese keine Seriennummern haben. Wo kann ich die Seriennummer meines Gerätes finden? Meist ist die Seriennummer von Line 6 Produkten auf der unteren Seite oder hinten auf dem Gerät. Die Seriennummer des Pocket POD befindet sich im Inneren des Batterie-Gehäuses hinter der oberen, rechten Batterie. Außerdem befindet sie sich auf der Verpackung des Produktes. Ich habe Probleme mit der Registrierung. Wie kann ich Hilfe bekommen? Als erstes sollten Sie ein Benutzerkonto auf unserer Webseite haben und dann ein Ticket eröffnen um so eine Anfrage an unseren Kundendienst zu schicken.Öffnen Sie ein Ticket auf der folgenden Seite: http://de.line6.com/support/tickets/add.html Sollte Ihr Gerät keinen Sticker mit der Seriennummer mehr haben, schließen Sie es an Ihren Computer an und benutzen Sie die ESN Nummer die auf der linken Seite in Line 6 Monkey angezeigt wird, wenn Sie auf das Gerät klicken. (Line 6 Monkey können Sie hier gratis herunterladen.)Sie können dann die ESN Nummer als Seriennummer angeben. Wie kann ich eine Registrierung entfernen? Gehen Sie auf "My Account" -> "Registered Gear" und klicken Sie auf "Remove Link". F.A.Q.: L'enregistrement des produits: Pour les propriétaires des produits enregistrés, Line 6 est heureux d'offrir d'assistance téléphonique et par e-mail gratuitement. Si votre produit n'est pas enregistré, vous avez toujours accès aux ressources, qui peuvent vous aider 24/7: La base de connaissance Les tutoriels vidéo Le forum Les modes d'emploi Veuillez cliquer ici pour enregistrer votre produit à condition que vous ne le pas encore faites. Pourquoi devrais-j'enregistrer mon produit? Si vous enregistrez votre produit, vous recevez d'assistance et mises à jour gratuites. En plus, vous pouvez acheter des Model Packs pour certains produits seulement après l'enregistrement. Si vous voulez utiliser votre garantie pour remplacement ou réparation, vous avez besoin d'avoir enregistré le produit. Attention, veuillez enregistrer tous vos produits Line 6 sur le même compte. Comment est-ce que je peux enregistrer mon produit? Cliquez le lien ci-après pour enregistrer votre produit: Enregistrement des produits Choisissez le produit, lequel vous voulez enregistrer, en bas. La plupart des produits ont un achèvement automatique pour cette liste une fois vous avez choisissez votre produit. Entrez le numéro de série de votre appareil, laquelle vous pouvez trouver sur un autocollant à l'arrière du produit. Le numéro de série a ce format: (21)XXXNLNNNNNNNNNN, X est une lettre ou une nombre, N est une nombre et L une lettre. Attention, les zéros et Os peuvent être identiques. Complétez l'enregistrement en entrant la date du achat. Exceptions: GuitarPort/Rifftracker: Après vous avez choisissez GuitarPort du menu, entrez les huit chiffres au-dessous du produit et à droite du code barre. Si cet autocollant manque, connectez votre appareil à l'ordinateur et ouvrez Monkey. Utilisez le numéro ESN qu'on vous montre à gauche. (Vous pouvez télécharger Line 6 Monkey ici.) Variax: 1) Choisissez le modèle et couleur correcte et l'espace du numéro de série se remplisse partiellement automatique avec un préfixe qui ressemblant à ceci: 21xxx125. 2) Entrez les huit chiffres à l'arrière de la Variax après ce préfixe. 3) Ajoutez une zéro à la fin. 4) Entrez la date de l'achat et cliquez "Submit". J'ai un produit sans fil X2 qui a été produit avant l'acquisition par Line 6. Est-ce que je peux l'enregistrer? Notre système ne sait pas enregistrer ces produits à cause du format du numéro de série. Ce format est différent pour ces X2 de notre format nouveau. Vous pouvez ouvrir un ticket ou appeler notre service clientèle et là on peut attacher ce numéro de série à votre ticket et comme-ca nous savons que vous avez un produit ancien X2. Est-ce qu'il y en a des appareils ou accessoires Line 6 qui ne peuvent pas être enregistrés? Qui, els produits antérieurs de Line 6 comme l'AX/AXsys, le Flextone (I) et le POD (I) ne peuvent pas être enregistrés parce que les numéros de série de ces produits ne correspondent pas à notre nouveau format. Les accessoires comme le FBV2, l'EX-1, les upgrades EPROM mais aussi les Boxes XPS ne peuvent pas être enregistrés parce qu'ils n'ont pas un numéro de série. Où est-ce que je peux trouver le numéro de série de mon appareil? Principalement, les numéros de série sont au dessous ou en arrière du produit. Le numéro de série du Pocket POD est dans le logement de la batterie derrière la batterie en arrière supérieure. Le numéro est aussi sur l'emballage du Pocket POD. J'ai des problèmes d'enregistrement. Comment est-ce que je peux recevoir d'aide? D'abord, enregistrez vous sur noter site web et créez un compte. Ouvrez un ticket pour envoyer une demande à notre service clientèle. Ouvrez le ticket ici: http://fr.line6.com/support/tickets/add.html Si l'autocollant sur votre produit manque, connectez le avec votre ordinateur et démarrez Monkey. Utilisez le numéro ESN à gauche de Monkey si vous cliquez sur l'appareil. (Vous pouvez télécharger Monkey gratuitement ici.) Utilisez ce numéro ESN comme numéro de série. Comment est-ce que je peux enlever un enregistrement? Allez à "My Account" -> "Registered Gear" et cliquez "Remove Link".
  16. Q: I am making a replacement cable for my Line 6 wireless unit - How should I wire the cable? A: Here is the wiring from the 1/8" TRS jack to the 1/4" mono plug: Tip and Sleeve from the 1/8" jack go to the 1/4" Sleeve (ground), the Ring on the 1/8" TRS jack goes to the Tip (Hot) of the 1/4" jack. Q: Is there any way to make an external antenna for the XDS95 or is it even necessary? A: The antennae are built into the chassis of the XDS95 and perform quite well. Therefore there is no need for external antennae. Q: The belt clip seems to easily fall off my strap with the slightest jumping around. How can I avoid this? A: Thin straps are typically the culprit. Weaving your guitar strap through the clip will help to ensure a secure fit. Q: I would like to buy multiple transmitters. Where can I find them? A: Please see a list of our dealers on our authorized dealers page. Any of our dealers can order additional available accessories if they are out of stock. Q: Do you offer replacement and or extra cables? Do you also offer an angled plugged cable? A: See the following link for the replacement cable on the Line 6 webstore: Line 6 Store: X2 Replacement Cable X2 Digital Wireless Systems & componants System Comparison Chart XDS95: XDR1 + XDT1 XDS-PLUS: XDR2 + XDT4 XDR95x: XDR4 + XDT4 XDR952: Omni Lav Mic XDR953: Headset Mic XDR954: Cardiod Lav Mic XDR955: Handheld Mic XDR957: Horn Mic XDR vs XDS Mode -In XDR the Q-diversity Plus feature is active to minmize signal dropouts as well as to provide a better frequency response: 10 Hz - 20 kHz +/- .5 dB -In XDS mode the frequency response is 10hz - 12khz
  17. Q: What is an iLok? A: The iLok is a proprietary USB hardware dongle that holds licenses for software protected by PACE Anti-Piracy's Interlok. About The iLok: https://www.ilok.com/ilok.html Q: How do I activate my POD Farm iLok purchase? A: After you purchase an iLok-compatible software product from the Line 6 Online Store, you must deposit the license authorization to your iLok.com account and then download the license key to your Pace iLok USB Smart Key by following these instructions. Deposit Process: 1. Create an iLok account. (If you already have an iLok account skip this step and proceed to the next step. An iLok account and a Pace iLok USB Smart Key are required to complete the activation process. If you do not already have a free iLok account please create one now at iLok.com. If you do not own an iLok device, you will need to purchase one from a retailer). 2. Deposit your license authorization to iLok account. Sign in to Line6.com with the same Line 6 account that was used during your online purchase, and start the deposit from the iLok Deposits Page Line6.com by clicking 'Deposit' next to one of the listed license authorizations. This sends the iLok License authorization from your line6.com account to your iLok.com account. 3. Download (Sync) your license to your iLok device. A deposited license becomes visible on iLok.com and can be downloaded into your iLok device by connecting the iLok device to your computer and clicking 'Synchronize' from within your iLok account. Details are provided in your iLok.com account. For additional assistance, please post your question in the POD Farm Support forum. Transfers: Purchased iLok Licenses may be 'moved' between two iLok devices that are registered in you iLok.com account. Purchased iLok Licenses may also be transferred from you iLok account to another iLok account. Move and Transfer instructions are provided on iLok.com. There may be a nominal fee assessed by iLok.com. Trial and other free iLok Licenses may not be moved or transferred. Returns: As stated in the Line 6 Online Store Policy, we cannot accept returns of any purchase containing an iLok License authorization, because the iLok license keys are managed by a 3rd party. If you have experienced a billing or activation issue related to an iLok License purchase, please contact Line 6 Customer Service for assistance.
  18. Application Q: What are the presets on the Lowdown 400/750 HD? A: The presets are available from the manual download section. If you would like to return your unit to the original presets, please perform a factory reset (see the Lowdown trouble shooting section). Q: Are there any video tutorials I can view to learn more about the Lowdown? A: Please see the Lowdown Movies in the product description page. Q: Is there an editing software that works with the Lowdown amplifier? A: No, there is editing software for the Lowdown series as there is no way to connect the lowdown amplifier to your computer. Q: Is there a "manual mode" so I can avoid the presets and just use the knobs on the amplifier? A: Yes, one you have selected your preset you want to run in manual mode, hit the preset again and the light will turn off, indicating you are in manual mode. Q: How do I change the tuner's reference frequency on the Lowdown? A: The Lowdown Tuner Reference Frequency cannot be changed - it's 440 all the way. Setup/Connections Q: Is there a direct out on the Lowdown 400/750 HD series amplifiers? A: Yes, there are balanced line level XLR outputs on the on the Lowdown 400/750 HD series. The line level XLR output is not affected by the output volume of the amplifier, and will send a cabinet simulated tone to your mixing console. Q: What if I do not want the cabinet tone but rather a unaffected tone (like a DI Box?) A: If you desire an unaffected bass tone, the Lowdown 400/750 HD series does have a quarter inch preamp output to send an unaffected tone to a mixer. Q: Can I use a Line 6 controller Lowdown 400/750 HD? A: Yes, we recommend using the FBV Shortboard with the Lowdown series. The FBV will work with the Lowdown series (although there will be numerous buttons that have no effect), and the FBV Express will not scroll through the banks. Q: Do the Lowdown 400/750 HD series amplifiers have an effects loop? A: No, none of the Lowdown 400/750 HD amplifiers has an effects loop. Q: Can I connect an external pre-amp (i.e. Line 6 POD unit) to the Lowdown 400/750 HD? A: Yes, an external preamp can be connected to the instrument input of the Lowdown, be sure to send an instrument level signal rather than a line level signal to avoid clipping and/or damage to the Lowdown. An external pre-amp can also be run into the MP3 input jack, which would relegate the Lowdown amplifier to a powered speaker. Q: How do I connect an external cabinet to a Lowdown 400/750 HD? A: The Lowdown 400/750 HD series has two (2) parallel Neutrik Speakon outputs to connect a single 4 ohm cabinet or an 8 ohm pair of cabinets. ***Connecting a single Line 6 LowDown cabinet (8 ohms) to the LowDown 400/750 HD single 4 ohm output cuts the power output to the cabinet in half. 375 watts from the LowDown 750 HD, and 200 watts from the LowDown 400 HD. Specifications Q: What's the rated wattage output of the Lowdown 400/750 HD series?? Lowdown 400 HD: 400 watts Lowdown 750 HD: 750 watts Q: What are the presets for the Lowdown amps? A: LowDown Preset Chart (Rev A) - English.pdf Registration and Warranty Information Q: What is the warranty on the Lowdown Series? A: the warranty on the Lowdown series is twelve months from the date of purchase. Q: How do I register the Lowdown? Product Registration F.A.Q. Troubleshooting/Service Q: How do I perform a factory reset on the Lowdown? A: The reset procedure for a Lowdown amplifier is to hold the A button for 5 seconds while powering the amp. Q: My amp seems to be malfunctioning. What can I do as an end user? Line 6 Amp Trouble Shooting Q: Where can I get replacement knobs/logos for my Lowdown amplifier? Line 6 Store Q: Where can I download a Lowdown amplifier manual? Line 6 Manuals
  19. Line6Tony

    POD Farm 1 FAQ

    Q: What is POD Farm? A: POD Farm is Line 6's new plug-in software platform that will offer POD tone to any DAW. For use with either a Line 6 hardware interface or iLok dongle, POD Farm can easily be used with all the major software recording platforms (such as, Pro Tools, Ableton, Cubase, Nuendo, Garageband and more) and is available in Mac® AU/RTAS®/VST® and Windows® RTAS®/VS® formats. POD Farm iLok users will not be able to run the standalone version of POD Farm software; the iLok allows for VST/AU/RTAS plug-in effect instantiation functionality only. Standalone POD Farm only functions with our TonePort/POD Studio USB devices. Q: Can POD Farm be used with my earlier generation TonePort (GX, UX-1, UX-2, UX-8, Guitarport)? A: Yes. POD Farm will work with all TonePort devices as a plug in (provided that you purchased the optional POD Farm Plug-In License Key and installed into the device using Line 6 Monkey) and can also be used in Stand Alone mode. Note: TonePort GX, UX-1, UX-2 and KB37's did NOT come with a Plug-In license present from the factory. Users who bought these devices will need to purchase a POD Farm Plug-In license to get this functionality! Q: Can POD Farm be used with my POD XT or POD X3 device? A: POD Farm is compatible with our POD XT and X3 devices as a plug in only. It cannot be used as a standalone editor for your POD. Gearbox will remain the primary editor for all POD XT and X3 devices. Q: Can I transfer the free POD Farm plug in I got for being an X3 owner out of my X3? A: No. That upgrade is a factory bit that remains bound to your X3 device. Q: Can I transfer the POD Farm upgrade from the GearBox Plug-In Gold/Silver DI to another device? A: No. That upgrade is a factory bit that remains bound to your Gold/Silver DI device. Q: Can I use the Bass POD XT (or XT Live) as a dongle for POD Farm? A: No, as the Bass POD XT series cannot accept assets or model packs. Q: Is GuitarPort Online compatible with POD Farm? A: Currently, our GuitarPort Online subscription service is not available through the POD Farm software. GPO subscribers must continue to use Gearbox for this service. Q: Can I have Gearbox and POD Farm installed simultaneously on my computer? A: Yes. You can continue to use Gearbox as a plug in or stand alone application if you wish while having POD Farm installed on your system as well. Q: What about my current recording projects that have the Gearbox plug in instantiated on them? Will they still work? A: Absolutely. You can continue to use Gearbox as a plug in if you'd prefer. Your projects will not be harmed. Q: Will my Gearbox tones work with POD Farm? A: Yes. POD Farm will load all of your Gearbox presets just fine. You can continue to use them. Q: How do I save the POD Farm presets when used as a plugin? A: Select the folder next to the preset name, then select "save as" in the drop-down menu and rename the altered tone to whatever you like. Q: Can I use POD Farm on more than one computer? A: Yes. You must run Line 6 Monkey on each computer first in order to authorize that functionality.
  20. Application Q: What are the presets on the Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro? A: The presets are available from the manual download section. If you would like to return your unit to the original presets, please perform a factory reset (see the Lowdown trouble shooting section). Q: Are there any video tutorials I can view to learn more about the Lowdown? A: Please see the Lowdown Movies in the product description page. Q: Is there an editing software that works with the Lowdown amplifier? A: No, there is no editing software for the Lowdown series as there is no way to connect the lowdown amplifier to your computer. Q: Is there a "manual mode" so I can avoid the presets and just use the knobs on the amplifier? A:Yes, one you have selected your preset you want to run in manual mode, hit the preset again and the light will turn off, indicating you are in manual mode. Q: How do I change the tuner's reference frequency on the Lowdown? A: The Lowdown Tuner Reference Frequency cannot be changed - it's 440 all the way. Setup/Connections Q: Is there a direct out on the Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro series amplifiers? A: Yes, there are balanced line level XLR outputs on the on the Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro. The line level XLR output is not affected by the output volume of the amplifier, and will send a cabinet simulated tone to your mixing console. Q: What if I do not want the cabinet tone but rather a unaffected tone (like a DI Box?) A: If you desire an unaffected bass tone on the Lowdown 150/175/300pro, you will want to go into a DI box and send the DI signal to the mixing console, and have the instrument output of the DI go into the instrument input of the Lowdown amplifier. The Lowdown 400pro does have a ¼” preamp output to send an unaffected tone to a mixer. Q: Can I use a Line 6 controller Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro? A: Yes, we recommend using the FBV Shortboard with the Lowdown series. The FBV will work with the Lowdown series (although there will be numerous buttons that have no effect), and the FBV Express will not scroll through the banks. Q: Do the Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro amplifiers have an effects loop? A: No, none of the Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro amplifiers has an effects loop. Q: Can I connect an external pre-amp (i.e. Line 6 POD unit) to the Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro? A: Yes, an external preamp can be connected to the instrument input of the Lowdown, be sure to send an instrument level signal rather than a line level signal to avoid clipping and/or damage to the Lowdown. An external pre-amp can also be run into the MP3 input jack, which would relegate the Lowdown amplifier to a “powered speaker”. Q: Can I connect an external cabinet to a Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro? A: There is no external speaker connection on the Lowdown 150,175, or 300pro, but the 400pro has a single 8 ohm minimum Neutrik Speakon connector to connect an exterior cabinet. Q: Does connecting an external cab to the LowDown 400 Pro mute the internal combo speakers? A: No, connecting an external cab DOES NOT mute the internal speakers. So, the combo speakers will produce audio along with the external cabinet speakers. Q: Does the built in head unit of the LD400Pro have the same exact electronics & power output as the separate HD400 head unit (both have the identical preamp & power amp sections)? A: Yes Q: Does the LD400 put out the full 400 watts to its 2 X 10" speakers? A: yes because we chose speakers that create a 4 ohm load internally. Q: Is the 'Extension Speaker Output' on the LD400 in parallel or in series to the 2X10 internal speakers of the unit? A: The extension cabinet is parallel, with an 8 ohm cabinet the amp will output approximately 650 watts. Specifications Q: What's the rated wattage output and speaker size of Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro?? LD150: 12"/ 150 Watts LD175: 15" with Horn/175 Watts LD300pro: 15" with Horn/300 Watts LD400pro: 2x10" speakers and high-frequency compression driver/400 Watts Q: What is the impedance of the LD series? A:1 Mohm for passive input, 40 Kohm for active input Q: What brand speakers are used in the 150/175/300pro/400pro? A: Line 6 lowdown speakers are manufactured by Hi-Touch. Q: What are the presets for the Lowdown amps? A: LowDown Preset Chart (Rev A) - English.pdf Registration and Warranty Information Q: What is the warranty on the Lowdown 150/175/300pro/400pro? A: the warranty on the Lowdown series is twelve months from the date of purchase. Q: How do I register the Lowdown? http://line6.com/account/registergear/ Lowdown Amplifier Troubleshooting/Service Q: How do I perform a factory reset on the Lowdown? A: The reset procedure for a Lowdown amplifier is to hold the A button for 5 seconds while powering the amp. Q: My amp seems to be malfunctioning. What can I do as an end user? Line 6 Amp Trouble Shooting Q: Where can I get replacement knobs/logos for my Lowdown amplifier? Line 6 Store Q: Where can I download a Lowdown amplifier manual? Line 6 Manuals
  21. Pocket POD Express Pocket POD Express Pilot's Guide: see attachments below. Pocket POD Express ADVANCED Guide: see attachments below. Q: What is the warranty on my Pocket POD? A: The Warranty on the Pocket POD is 90 days from the date of purchase on the receipt. Q: Can I purchase model packs for my Pocket POD Express? A: No, Line 6 model packs are only available for our POD® XT, TonePort and GuitarPort family devices. Q: Is there a software like Vyzex that I can edit the Pocket POD with? A: No, The Pocket Pod Express will not be editable by software means. Advanced Guide.pdf Pilot Guide.pdf
  22. Line6Tony

    BackTrack (+ Mic): FAQ

    The BackTrack/BackTrack+Mic was designed to capture and replay any moment of "musical inspiration" without the need for recording preparation to flash memory by sensing audio signal levels. Records up to 12 hours of audio saved as .wav files to 1GB internal flash memory. General Features and Usability Tips Pressing the "Mark" button designates what you just played as special and separates it for easy review. "Force Capture" mode available for usage of BackTrack as a regular recording device for planned recordings. Audio sample rates of over 48KHz not supported (attempting to play a .wav file at a higher sample rate than this will most like cause incorrect playback behavior). Audio is transferable via USB 2.0 to your computer or recording software for further recording, editing or mixing. USB connection recharges the internal battery to its full capacity of over 8 hours via computer connection or universal USB charger (iPod, Blackberry chargers). No recording when unit is connected via USB to computer. Available in BackTrack (1/4" mono input only) and BackTrack+Mic (1/4" mono & built-in microphone) models. BackTrack does not have stereo/headphone out; only BackTrack+Mic model has stereo/headphone output. LED Color Explanations "Off" LED Status (USB Connection/Charging): Red = 0-25% charge Orange = 25-50% charge Yellow = 50-75% charge Green = 75-100% charge White = Full charge "On" LED Status Indicator Light (Normal Recording State): White = startup & shutdown (solid) or busy (blinking) states Blue = Auto Capture mode Ready to capture (flashing dark blue) Audio to be captured (solid dark blue) Audio that will continue to be captured (solid pale blue) End of captured event (blinking pale blue) Red = Forced Capture mode (solid red) End of forced capture (blinking red) Microphone clipping state (on units with microphone) while recording (flashes red during peak/spikes) Green = Playback mode Play Only mode (blinking green) Purple = Low Memory state 30 minutes remaining (single-blink) 15 minutes remaining (double-blink) Yellow = Low Battery state Less than 1 hour of operation left (occasional single-blink) Complete battery discharge (light fades from yellow to red; rapid flashing) BackTrack Setup Utility BackTrack Setup Utility software allows user to adjust and save capture volume settings and record playback settings. BackTrack Setup Utility requires Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher. Backtrack Hard Reset Procedure If your Backtrack appears frozen or if the LED lights are blinking in a series of colors then performing a hard reset should resolve this. To perform a hard reset you'll need to manually press a small object like a paper clip into the small hole on the side of the Backtrack. The hole is located on the opposite side of all the UI controls (Backtrack) or on the side opposite the microphone (Backtrack + Mic). Hold the button down for three seconds and then remove the paperclip. The LED on the device will glow white, blink a few times, and then begin blinking blue. You have now successfully reset your Backtrack. Known-Issues: Mac OSX users: stereo .wav files transferred off of Backtrack or Backtrack+Mic will freeze on playback attempt from host computer's audio application and the BackTrack will not record. OSX file system stores extra metadata in hidden "resource fork" files that have a prefix of ._ in front of the .wav file's name. BackTracks use a non-Mac file system, FAT32, that doesn't support resource forks. Deletion of those addition metadata files should allow for playback of the stereo .wav files. BackTrack will not record while connected to computers to recharge or to use the utility software. However, BackTrack WILL record if conencted to third party USB chargers.
  23. Line6Tony

    JM4 FAQ

    JM-4 Features: Backing Tracks: 71 Song Loops and 81 Drum Loops (arranged by Tempo) for a total of 152 pre-recorded backing tracks. Recording Time: of up to 33 minutes. 36 User-Programmable Preset Locations: (Banks 01-09, A-D). The Artist/Song Presets locations CANNOT be overwritten, but are modifiable and storeable to any of the 36 User-Preset Locations. Inputs: 1/4" Instrument (guitar, bass), XLR mic (no Phantom Power), CD/mp3 player (1/8" stereo input), 1/4" Auxiliary. Outputs: Unbalanced dual-mono audio signal appearing in both left and right outputs on amplifier and headphone jacks. Product Dimensions: 12.5" (L) x 7.5" (W) x 3.25" (D) Weight: 4.1 lbs. Power Adapter: included Line 6 PX-2 only (Specs: 9V AC, 2000mA, 2.5mm diameter). No battery power option available. SD Memory Card: FAT 16, 16-bit Mono/44.1K .wav file (ONLY) import capability, 2 GB maximum capacity; SD Card NOT INCLUDED. Card function is for transferring of properly formatted .wav files from computer to JM-4; will NOT record to SD Card directly whatsoever. Note: Only SD Cards function properly; there is no support for usage of mini-flash cards with an SD Card adapter. For reference on functionality of SD card related tasks, please refer to the JM-4 Advanced User's Guide, found on the Manuals page. Application Q: How do I record from both the Guitar and Mic inputs at the same time on the JM-4 Looper? A: You can only record from either the Guitar input or the Mic/Aux input using the Record Select button on the left side of the pedal, but not both at the same time. The AUX input can be routed to be recorded in conjunction with either the Guitar input for guitar amp and effect processing, or the Mic input with the vocal processing effects by holding down the Record Select button, then selecting your routing option from the screen. Known Issues -Quick Capture = Hold the UNDO switch and then hold down REC switch (not REC + UNDO as it is silkscreened on the unit). In other words, first step on UNDO switch and keep it held down while also stepping on REC switch. -The "Clip" LED lights up upon powering up the JM-4. This is normal power-up behavior. -Some of the Artist/Song Presets from the original Spider III release were not included in the JM-4 release due to space restrictions. -The Guitar Tone Presets (70's sounds by Song Title) are simply guitar tones. They are not backing tracks. The backing tracks on the JM-4 are original compositions written and recorded by studio musicians specifically for Line 6 Spider Jam and JM-4 products. Registration & Warranty Q: How do I register my JM-4? A: You can register any Line 6 product to your account here: Registration. Q: What is the warranty on the JM-4? A: Twelve months from the date of purchase. Authorized Line 6 Service Centers will need you to provide a copy of the purchase receipt to validate date for warranty processing. Please be sure to have those materials ready, should you need to get your unit serviced under warranty. Troubleshooting & Service Q: How do I troubleshoot my Line 6 Pedal? A: Please refer to the Line 6 Pedal Troubleshooting FAQ Q: How do I perform a Factory Reset on the JM-4? A: Power on the unit while holding the Settings/Tone button down for 5-8 seconds. Q: I'm hearing this background noise present when using the JM-4, what should I check? A: Check to make sure the Mic Trim knob is turned OFF when not using the microphone input. Q: I am noticing clipping and or popping sounds on my backing tracks? A: Some backing tracks are louder than others and may clip. If you notice clipping occuring you can lower the song/drums playback level until the clipping is no longer heard. Replacement Parts & Manuals Some replacement parts are available from the Line 6 Store. If you are looking for the manual, please go to the Manuals section. jm4 presets.pdf jm4 presets.xls jm4 user banks.xls spiderjam loops and presets-1.pdf
  24. 2x12 and 4x12 are not showing up on PODxt series Q: My manual refers to output modes "4x12" and "2x12", or "VIBE", but I can't find them on my POD XT Live A: We decided to use more intuitive, user-friendly terms on the POD XT Live, but unfortunately the manual was not updated. Where the manual mentions "4x12" and "2x12", it is referring to "Stack mode" and "Combo mode", respectively, in the Pod XT's "What am I connected to?" mode. Each of these modes offer the option of connecting through the "Front" of the amp or the "Pwramp" (back) section of the amp. When using the "Front" option, tone correction options are made available to shape the overall PODxt output to sound good in front of a combo amp. The "What are you connecting to" page previously offered an option for "Live: Front of 2x12 Combo", which was basically a "2x12 power amp with speakers" setting with some additional filtering to compensate for the sound of your combo amp's preamp section. This setting was replaced by the VIBE setting, which split out the speaker configuration and the combo preamp compensation into two different adjustable parameters. Incidentally, the VIBE setting that mapped to the old "combo mode" setting is "MIDHVY - 480Hz" when used along with the "Live: 2x12" DEST setting. PODxt set to MONO Q: How can I set the Podxt to mono if I'm connecting the Podxt to a mono amp? A: You will have to set the Podxt to "Live" mode. To do this, select the tuner button, turn the select knob until you see "What are you connected to" page. Turn the "Effect Tweak" knob to "Live 4X12 or 2X12" or "Stack" or "Combo". This will alow the Podxt outputs to be mono. EX-1 control parameters on Podxt Q: I am having a problem getting my PODxt to allow me to control the effect parameters via the expression pedal on the FBV Shortboard. A: The EX-1 expression pedal will control some functions and this is how you get them to work. Press the "Edit" button then turn the "select" knob until you see the "wah | volume" page. On the volume side, select or highlight "Assign" with the third soft button located under the main display. Turn the "Effect Tweak" knob to change from volume to Tweak. In the updated PODxt, these parameters are changed on the page after the "wah/volume" page. By changing from volume to tweak you have engaged to EX-1 to control any function that comes under "tweak". To find out what's under the tweak selection, turn the "Select" knob to the next page where you will see "FX Tweak | tempo". on the FX tweak side you may scroll through the stomp tweaks, delay tweaks, mod tweaks etc. Make sure if you select say the delay time, the delay button light must be on and so with the other effects. PODxt three stomp with FBV Q: Can the PODxt actually play three stomp box sounds when conected to a FBV? Section 9-7 of the pilots handbook seems to indicate that. A: These buttons are for the Vetta series of amps. With the PodXt, the Stomp2 button controls Compression on/off and Stomp3 controls Gate On/Off. This is explained in the documentation that ships with the FBV. Connecting any POD unit to an amplifier POD Connections, Routing and the 4 Cable Method Amp bypassed on PODxt Q: How do I bypass the Amp Models? A: In preset mode turn the amp model knob counter clock wise to Bypass with all the effects buttons off, this will put the Podxt/Bass PODxt in bypass, then "save". You are really making a bypass channel or bypass preset. Q: If I set the PODxt to bypass the amp sounds, is the preamp of the PODxt bypassd, will I get the pure tone of my amp? A:Yes, you can also save your setup as a preset (no amp model, just effects). Can you adjust the S/PDIF or AES/EBU output volume level? Press the I/O & Dig Select button on the right hand side of the POD / Bass PODxt Pro. Then press the Soft Button below GAIN and spin the EFFECT TWEAK knob to add up to 12 db of gain on the digital outs. This is useful to help cut down on excessive use of normalization after recording in the digital domain. Pod XT Input specs: Q: What is A.I.R. II? A: A.I.R. II is Line 6's second generation Acoustically Integrated Recording technology. It expands your sonic choices and creative options by allowing you to choose a variety of microphone models and adjust their placement in front of the cabinet. Microphone choices and placement options include models based on Shure SM-57, Sennheiser MD-421 and a Neumann U-67 - on- and off-axis. Line 6, GuitarPort, POD and Vetta are trademarks of Line 6, Inc. All other product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6's sound model development.
  25. Q: What is the warranty of the original POD and POD 2.0? A: The warranty of the original POD/POD 2.0 is twelve (12) months from the date of purchase when bought new from an authorized Line 6 dealer. Q: Where can I download a manual for the original POD/POD 2.0? A: Line 6 Manuals Note: If the pedal jack of your POD is labeled "pedal" than it is NOT compatible with our FBV line of foot controllers. If the pedal jack of your POD is labeled "FBV" then it WILL work with our FBV line of foot controllers. Q: Which foot controllers are compatible with the original POD/POD 2.0? A: The original PODs and POD 2.0s that are labeled 'Pedal' above the RJ45 pedal connection are compatible with the older Line 6 FB4 and the Line Floor Board. Those PODs that are labeled 'FBV' above the RJ45 pedal connection are compatible with the current FBV series of foot controllers. Q: Is it possible to upgrade my POD 1 to a Bass POD? A: Unfortunately, there is no upgrade path between the Pod and Bass Pod. Q: How do I upgrade or check the Firmware/EPROM version of my POD/POD 2.0/POD Pro? A: Firmware EPROMs are no longer available from Line 6. Please check out the EPROM Upgrade and F.A.Q. document for more information. SECONDARY FUNCTIONS Hold down the TAP TEMPO button and press MANUAL. This will "virtually latch" the TAP button in the depressed position so that you can access the secondary functions without holding down the TAP button. This leaves both hands free for playing the guitar and auditioning the changes. Press TAP again to deactivate it. Q: Does the POD have a MIDI through? A: The POD does not have midi thru, only midi in and midi out. Q: How do I connect my POD's MIDI In and Out to my computer? A: Please check out the Original POD Computer Connectivity document. Q: How do I record the audio signal of my POD 2.0 directly into my computer? A: In order to record the audio signal of your POD / POD 2.0 directly into your computer, you will first need the proper type of software that is capable of recording audio loaded into your computer. You will also need a sound card that has an audio input. If you have a Soundblaster type of card, you will need a cable that has two 1/4 inch mono plugs on one end and one 1/8 inch stereo plug. This cable can be found at most major music retailers. The two 1/4 inch mono jacks on this cable will need to be inserted into the POD's Left and Right Outputs and the other end of the cable should be inserted into the audio input of your computer's sound card. Make sure your sound card and audio software are configured to receive audio input and you should be ready to record. If you are using another type of soundcard, like a unit that has an external break out box, you can plug directly into that box using a regualr guitar cable of a balanced (TRS) cable. Be sure to check the documentation that came with the unit to configure it correctly. Q: Can the Pod Pro be used as a mic pre? A: The POD Pro does not have a XLR, balanced input which is what is needed for most low impedance microphones. Technically, you could use an impedance transformer to convert a low impedance mic line to high impedance or use a high impedance mic and then use the POD as a mic pre but you may not get the greatest, most noise-free results as the POD Pro was not really designed for this application. That said, you may try it out and find a sound that is quite interesting and useful so let your ears be your guide! Q: Is it possible to use the preset amp models with a different speaker cab model other than the pre set one? If so how do you do it? A: Just hold down the Tap Tempo button on POD while turning the Effects knob to switch cabinet models. You can view or download the owners manuals for all Line 6 products at our User Manuals Page. I noticed that when using POD without a MIDI editor on PC, you're not able to control your feedback on delay effect. POD version 1.4 (or earlier versions) will not store the delay feedback. This has been addressed in POD 2. Not only will 2.0 store delay feedback but you can also adjust it from the front of the POD. Please contact us directly for an EPROM upgrade of your POD. Q: How can I control the "Delay Level" on my POD when using the Delay in conjunction with another effect? A: When using the POD or POD Pro, the Delay Level and Delay Feedback can be adjusted by holding down the TAP TEMPO button and turning the MIDDLE knob for Delay Level and the BASS knob for Delay Feedback. Also, REVERB Decay can be adjusted by holding down TAP TEMPO and turning the REVERB knob. More information can be found in the EFFECTS section of the POD manual. How to correlate delay knob settings to Milliseconds Here is a chart that correlates Effect Tweak knob settings to delay time in ms. Please remember that these are estimates and you may need to move the knob a little to get the exact setting. Knob setting Milliseconds 0-75 1-76 2-100 3-146 4-225 5-350 6-625 7-850 8-1400 9-2600 Q: Did you create a pitch shift or harmonizer effect for thePOD PRO? If so, can I download it from your web site? A: No. There is no harmonizing/pitch shifter patch to download into the Pod Pro. Q: How do I install a new EPROM upgrade chip in the POD/POD 2.0? A: To install the Pod EPROM, take the four screws out of the back of the pod to expose the main PC board, it would be the largest chip on the board. Remove the chip with a flat screwdriver and replace with the new one. There is a notch on the socket on the PC board, line up the notch on the chip with the notch on the socket. NOTE: We no longer have any POD PRO EPROMS. You may be able to find a user on our forums or elsewhere online who has an extra chip that they would be willing to give you. Q: Why isn't POD 2.0 equipped with an XLR direct output jack? Instead you have equipped it with left and right 1/4" jacks, making it still necessary to use a DI box when running it directly into the snake/mixer when playing live. A:The POD's output jacks are TRS connectors. If you use standard mono cables, you will get -10, unbalanced signal. If you use TRS connectors, you will get +4 balanced signal. Q: What are the differences in features between all of the Firmware versions of the POD? POD Version 1.x differences from POD version 2.0 4 More amp models - line6 twang,crunch# 2, Blues, and insane. Can access all 32 amp models from the front panel - without midi. With Tap Tempo held down the following dials change: Drive - Distortion (on/off) Bass - Delay feedback Middle - Delay Level Treble - Presence boost (on/off) Channel Volume - Drive Boost (on/off) Reverb - Reverb Decay Effect Tweak - Tap Tempo Speed Amp Models - Other 16 amp models Effect - Cab Models [*]The Marshall off axis cab sim went away and was replaced with Marshall w/greenbacks. [*]Amp and effects customization feature was added: [*]Ability to store your favorite settings for amps and effects, so that next time you turn the dial, they are how you like them. Set an amp model how you like it (or effect). Hold down save and Tap Tempo (Manual, Tap Tempo, A, and B start to flash) Hit (A) to save the amp settings. And ( B) to save save the effects setting. Next time you move to that amp/effect it will be set how you like it. Does not work in manual mode. POD can be "tuned" to work with different amp setups Hold down SAVE while powering up Press UP and DOWN to select: A - POD feeding Power amp and closed back cab. B - POD feeding Power amp and open back cab C - POD in front of combo/head and open back cab D - POD in front of combo /head and closed back cab POD version 2.1 is different from 2.2: Latch mode was added. Hold down Tap Tempo and Manual at the same time for about 3 seconds. Tap tempo will flash slowly on older POD's. There is no visual indication of Latch mode on newer (v 2.54) FBV compatible PODs. [*]All dials act as if you are holding down Tap Tempo. [*]Press Tap Tempo one more time to disengage Latch Mode. [*]Delay spill-over was removed to allow latch mode. When you switch patches, your delay will not carry over, it turns off. POD version 2.2 is different from 2.3: Some amp models were slightly changed, most noticeably the Marshall sims. Some cab models were changed. Q: What is the difference between the original POD/POD 2.0 and the newer POD 2.0? A: The most obvious differrences are the display now have a different 3-digit LCD display and the POD is now labeled 'FBV' above the RJ45 connection to show compatibility with the FBV series foot controllers. These newer POD 2.0's are not compatible with the older FB4 or Line 6 Floor Board controllers. The newer POD 2.0 also has a different processor from the original and is not upgradeable via EPROM chip. Also, because of this new processor, the modeling of this POD 2.0 may sound slightly different that an original POD 2.0. Q: How do I bypass the amp models in the POD? A: Unfortunately, you cannot bypass the amp models in the POD. You can, however, set up some patches that sound as if there was no amp model being used. The most transparent model on the Pod is the "Tube Preamp" model. It is designed to be flat and uncolored, and does not have any cabinet modeling. Set your bass, mids, and treble to 12 o'clock for a "flat" setting. Q: What amps, cabs, and effects are included in the POD/POD Pro? A: Please review the cab models.pdf file below for reference. Q: How do I know what cab model I have connected to my amp? A: There are two cabinet setups in the POD 2.0: Cabinet Tuning: In cabinet select mode, simply hold the "TAP" button and turn the effect knob to scroll through different cabinet sounds. Cabinet Select: Your POD can be tuned for optimal performance with a variety of systems when the A.I.R. switch is set to its AMP position. By default, your POD expects be plugged in before an open-backed cabinet. If you want to plug into something else, you'll want to change the Cabinet Tuning Mode. To do this: Hold the Save button while powering up your POD. The POD's display will show a letter for one of the Cabinet Tuning Modes; press the Up and Down arrows to pick the mode, then press Save. Use Mode (A-D) when POD is (A-D) & your speaker cabs are (A-D) A feeding power amp closed back (ideal for 4x12 cab) B feeding power amp open back (ideal for 1x12 cab) C (default) in front of combo/head open back (ideal for 1x12 or 2x12 cab) D in front of combo/head closed back (ideal for 4x12 cab) Q: Is it possible to use a MIDI controller with my Line 6 device? A: All of the Line 6 products equipped with MIDI inputs and outputs can be controlled by another external MIDI device. The most commonly used are the Voodoo Labs Ground Control and the Behringer FCB 1010. Since you can not adjust the values on most Line 6 products that receive MIDI information, issues with communication are generally resolved by programming the sending unit correctly. Basically, the POD only knows that when you send it MIDI MESSAGE "A" it will do ACTION "A". Since this can not be changed in the POD (and most other Line 6 products) you need to make sure that your foot controller (or other controlling device) is sending MIDI MESSAGE "A" Please refer to the back of your Line 6 user manual for a list of all MIDI events pertaining to your product. For more on MIDI, check out this site: http://www.midi.org/ POD Input Levels Q: Will line level inputs into the POD destroy it? The manual says the POD is built for guitar level inputs, but can you run line level inputs from keyboards into the POD without messing it up? A: You won't destroy it, but the overall sound quality may leave something to be desired. You might want to try a buffer/direct box between your keyboard and the Pod to lower the level back down to instrument level settings. Tap Tempo Times Q: How do I set the TAP TEMPO button to a specific number? A: Remember that the tweak knob is an analog pot, so to get it exact, you may have to move it a little + or -. Refer to the Delay Time Settings chart below. Delay Level Adjustments Q: How can I control the "Delay Level" on my POD when using the Delay in conjunction with another effect? A: When using the POD or POD Pro, the Delay Level and Delay Feedback can be adjusted by holding down the TAP TEMPO button and turning the MIDDLE knob for Delay Level and the BASS knob for Delay Feedback. Also, REVERB Decay can be adjusted by holding down TAP TEMPO and turning the REVERB knob. More information can be found in the EFFECTS section of the POD manual. No Tuner Control via MIDI Q: Is there a way to use MIDI control to turn the tuner mode on and off? A: There is no MIDI sysex assignment of the tuner ON/OFF function. Switching Cab Models Q: Is it possible to use the preset amp models with a different speaker cab model other than the pre set one? If so how do you do it? A: Just hold down the Tap Tempo button on POD while turning the Effects knob to switch cabinet models. Delay Time Settings Q: How do I correlate delay knob settings to Milliseconds? A: Here is a chart that correlates Effect Tweak knob settings to delay time in ms. Please remember that these are estimates and you may need to move the knob a little to get the exact setting. Knob setting Milliseconds 0 75 1 76 2 100 3 146 4 225 5 350 6 625 7 850 8 1400 9 2600 10 3070 midigraphics.pdf cab models.pdf
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