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  1. German instructions: Deutsche Übersetzung ist unter French instructions: Traduction française est ci-dessous Relay G30/G50/G90 Device Firmware 2.0 Update Release Notes This release is recommended for all G30/G50/G90 system owners who desire compatibility with Line 6's RF2 mode products. The benefits of RF2 mode on the G30/G50/G90 are as follows: Less impact on other devices operating in 2.4GHz space Compatibility with other RF2 devices such as the XD-V75, XD-V55 and XD-V35 NOTE: An XD-V75 Receiver is required in order to perform this upgrade. If you cannot access an XD-V75 Receiver via a friend or retailer, please contact Line 6 Customer Service for assistance. TBP12 transmitters must currently be loaded with firmware v1.03 or greater to upgrade via Monkey. If your TBP12 has an earlier version firmware installed, it will need to be returned to Line 6 for upgrading. How to determine the currently installed firmware version: Relay G30 Bodypack Slide the Channel Switch to channel 1, then turn on the Relay G30 Bodypack. Wait for the LEDs to settle, then immediately switch the Channel Switch from 1 to 6, then back to 1 three times (1->6->1->6->1->6->1). The AUDIO LED will blink the version number - Green for the major number, and Red for the minor number, i.e. 1 green blink, 2 red blinks indicate v1.02). Instructions for updating the Relay G30/G50/G90 Receivers: Obtain an XD-V75 Receiver Connect the XD-V75 Receiver to your PC or Mac using a USB cable Disconnect, then reconnect the DC power plug for the XD-V75. "Loader Enabled" should be displayed. Connect the XD-V75 Receiver to the G30/G50/G90 Receiver by using a cable with TRS to TRS (stereo) 1/4 inch phone plugs on either end. The cable should plug into the 1/4 inch audio output of both the XD-V75 and the G30/G50/G90 Receivers Launch Line 6 Monkey, then Log In, then select "Relay G30/G50/G90 Receiver" as your device and follow the on screen instructions Instructions for updating the Relay G30/G50/G90 Transmitters: Obtain an XD-V75 Receiver Connect the XD-V75 Receiver to your PC or Mac using a USB cable Disconnect, then reconnect the DC power plug for the XD-V75. "Loader Enabled" should be displayed. Launch Line 6 Monkey, then Log In, then select "Relay G30 Transmitter (1.0)" as your device and follow the on screen instructions. If Line 6 Monkey is not able to connect to the Transmitter, select "Relay G30 (or G50/G90 depending on your system) Transmitter" as your device and follow the on screen instructions. NOTE: G30 Transmitter owners with firmware version 1.0 should select "Relay G30 Transmitter (1.0)" in Line 6 Monkey in order to connect to the transmitter. G30 Transmitters with firmware 1.01 or later should select "Relay G30 Transmitter" in Line 6 Monkey. ***Transmitter Updaters: please use this Device Positioning document for visual reference on how to place the Transmitter to the XD-V75 Receiver for optimal data communication: http://line6.com/support/page/kb/_/live-sound/relay-digital-wireless/device-positioning-for-updating-transmitters-an-r77 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Die neue Firmware V2.0 wird allen Nutzern empfohlen die eine Kompatibilität zwischen G30/G50/G90-Systemen und RF2-Modus-Produkten von Line 6 gewährleisten wollen. Die Vorteile des RF2-Modus sind folgende: Weniger Einfluss auf andere Geräte, die im 2,4 GHz-Bereich arbeiten Kompatibilität mit anderen RF2-Geräten wie XD-V75, XD-V55 und XD-V35 Bitte beachten Sie: Für diese Aktualisierung brauchen Sie einen XD-V75 Empfänger. Wenn Sie keinen Zugriff auf einen XD-V75 Empfänger über einen Händler oder Bekannten haben dann nehmen Sie Verbindung mit dem Line6 Kundendienst auf. TBP12-Sender müssen zur Zeit mindestens die Firmware V1.03 aufgespielt haben, damit sie über Monkey aktualisiert werden können. Wenn Ihr TBP12 eine frühere Firmwareversion hat, müssen Sie es zur Aktualisierung an Line 6 schicken. Anleitung zur Aktualisierung des Relay G30/G50/G90- Empfängers: Besorgen Sie sich einen XD-V75- Empfänger Verbinden Sie den XD-V75- Empfänger per USB-Kabel mit ihrem PC oder Mac Verwenden Sie ein Kabel dass Stereo-Klinken-Stecker auf beiden Seiten des Kabels aufweist um den XD-V75- Empfänger mit dem G30/G50/G90-Empfänger zu verbinden. Schalten Sie beide Geräte ein. Trennen Sie den Netzstecker vom XD-V75 und verbinden Sie Ihn wieder. Auf dem Display des XD-V75 erscheint ‚‘‘ Loader enabled‘‘. Starten Sie Line 6 Monkey und verbinden sich mit Ihren Benutzerdaten und wählen "Relay G30/G50/G90-Receiver" als Gerät aus. Trennen Sie nun den Netzstecker vom G30/G50/G90 Empfänger und klicken auf ‚‘‘OK‘‘ in Monkey. Die Nachricht ‚‘‘ Preparing Receiver erscheint auf dem Bildschirm. Auf dem Display des XD-V75 erscheint ‚‘‘ Programming MCU‘‘ Das nächste Fenster fordert Sie auf den Netzstecker wieder mit dem G30/G50G90 zu verbinden. Im Aktualiesierungsfenster von Monkey das nun erscheint wählen Sie ‚‘‘ FLASH MEMORY‘‘ und klicken auf ‚‘‘ UPDATE SELECTION‘‘. Akzeptieren Sie die Lizenzbedingungen und klicken auf ‚‘‘ OK‘‘. Das nächste Fenster weist Sie darauf hin dass die Aktualisierung vorgenommen wird, klicken Sie auf ‚‘‘ YES‘‘. Der Fortschritt der Aktualisierung wird im Dispaly des XD-V75 angezeigt und kann einige Minuten dauern. Wenn die Aktualisierung abgeschlossen ist bekommen Sie die Meldung von Monkey ‚‘‘Receiver update successful‘‘. Trennen Sie nun den Netzstecker vom G30/G50G90 und verbinden Sie Ihn wieder und schalten den Empfänger ein. Trennen Sie den Netzstecker vom XD-V75. Anleitung zur Aktualisierung des Relay G30/G50/G90-Senders: Besorgen Sie sich einen XD-V75-Empfänger Verbinden Sie den XD-V75-Empfänger per USB-Kabel mit ihrem PC oder Mac Verbinden Sie eine einzelne Antenne mit dem Antennenausgang B OUT. Trennen Sie den Netzstecker vom XD-V75 und verbinden Sie Ihn wieder. Auf dem Display des XD-V75 erscheint ‚‘‘ Loader enabled‘‘. Positionieren Sie Ihren eingeschalteten Sender ( RELAY) wie unter folgendem link ( *** ) aufgezeigt über der Antenne. Starten Sie Line 6 Monkey und verbinden sich mit Ihren Benutzerdaten. Wählen Sie Ihr Bodypack "Relay G30/G50/G90 Bodypack" als Gerät aus. Drücken und halten Sie den ‚‘‘ VALUE ‚‘‘ Schalter und schieben den ‚‘‘ON/OFF‘‘ Schalter in die OFF Position. Während Sie den ‚‘VALUE‘‘ Schalter gedrückt halten drücken Sie die ‚‘‘ SELECT‘‘ Taste 8 mal bis das Zeichen ‚‘‘ LOADER‘‘ auf dem Display erscheint. Klicken Sie auf ‚‘‘OK‘‘ in Monkey. Eine Verbindung zum Bodypack wird aufgebaut, sollte die Verbindung nicht zustandekommen wird ein Fenster geöffnet dass Sie darauf hinweist. ( In diesem Fall einfach das Bodypack repositionieren bis sich die Nachricht von alleine schliesst) Wählen Sie ‚‘‘ FLASH MEMORY‘‘ und klicken auf ‚‘‘ INSTALL UPDATE‘‘. Akzeptieren Sie die Lizenzbedingungen und klicken auf ‚‘‘ OK‘‘. Um die Aktualiesierung zu starten klicken Sie auf ‚‘‘ YES‘‘ im folgenden Fenster. Auf dem Display des XD-V75 erscheint ‚‘‘ Programming MCU‘‘. Die Aktualiesierung kann einige Minuten dauern. Nachdem die Aktualisierung abgeschlossen ist schalten Sie den Bodypack ein währen Sie die ‚‘‘SELECT‘‘ Taste gedrückt halten, das Display zeigt Ihnen nun die neue Versionsnummer an. Trennen Sie den Netzstecker vom XD-V75. ### Wenn Line 6 Monkey sich nicht mit dem Sender verbinden kann, wählen Sie „Relay G30 Transmitter“ (oder G50/G90 je nachdem, welches System Sie benutzen) als Gerät aus. HINWEIS: Wenn Sie einen G30-Sender mit der Firmware-Version 1.0 benutzen, wählen Sie im Line 6 Monkey „Relay G30-Transmitter (1.0)“ als Gerät aus, um Monkey mit dem Sender zu verbinden. Bei G30 Sendern mit der Firmware-Version 1.01 oder höher wählen stattdessen „Relay G30-Transmitter“. ***Wenn Sie einen Sender aktualisieren: Bitte nutzen Sie diesen Link Visuelle Referenz , in dem visuell dargestellt wird, wie Sie Sender und Empfänger platzieren müssen, um eine optimale Datenübertragung zu gewährleisten. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Relay G30/G50/G90 mis à jour version 2.0 Cette mise à jour est recommandé pour tous les propriétaires de systèmes G30/G50/G90 qui désirent la compatibilité avec les produits Line 6 qui fonctionnent en mode RF2. Voici les avantages de RF2 mode sur le G30/G50/G90 : - Moins d'impact sur d'autres appareils fonctionnant dans le réseau 2,4 GHz - Compatibilité avec les autres appareils RF2 comme les XD-V75,V55 et XD-XD-35 REMARQUE: Un récepteur XD-V75 est requis pour effectuer cette mise à jour. Si vous ne pouvez pas accéder à un récepteur XD-V75 par un ami ou revendeur, veuillez contacter le Service clientèle de Line 6 pour vous assister. Les émetteurs TBP12 doivent avoir le firmware v1.03 ou plus pour pouvoir les mettre à jour avec le logiciel Line6 monkey. Si votre TBP12 est muni d'une version du firmware antérieure à 1.03 , l'appareil doit être retourné chez Line 6 pour la mise à jour, veuillez alors contacter le Service clientèle de Line 6. Instructions pour la mise à jour des Récepteurs RELAY G30/G50/G90 : Procurez-vous un récepteur XD-V75. Connectez le récepteur XD-V75 à votre PC ou Mac à l'aide d'un câble USB. Branchez le récepteur XD-V75 au récepteur G30/G50/G90 en utilisant un câble jack TRS vers TRS (stéréo).Le câble jack stéréo doit être branché entre les sorties jack audio du XD-V75 et du récepteur G30/G50/G90. Allumez les récepteurs Débranchez, puis rebranchez le câble d'alimentation du récepteur XD-V75. Le message ‘’ LOADER ENABLED’’apparaît sur l'affichage du XD-V75. Lancez Line 6 Monkey, puis connectez-vous avec votre nom d'utilisateur et mot de passe, sélectionnez votre récepteur "Relay G30/G50/G90 Receiver" comme dans l’image ci-dessous. Déconnectez le câble d'alimentation du récepteur G30/G50/G90. Cliquez sur OK . Le message ‘’ Preparing Receiver’’ apparaît sur l'ecran. Sur l'écran du XD-V75, vous verrez le message ‘’ Programming MCU’’ Le message suivant vous indique de rebranchez le câble d'alimentation du récepteur G30/G50/G90. Accepter le contrat de licence et cliquez sur ‘’OK’’ Cliquez sur ‘’ Yes’’ dans la fenêtre suivante. L'état d'avancement de la mise à jour peut être vu sur l'écran du XD-V75 et peut prendre quelques minutes. Le message ‘’ Receiver update successful’’ sera affiché lorsque la mise à jour est terminée. Débranchez, puis rebranchez le câble d'alimentation du récepteur G30/G50/G90. Débranchez le câble d'alimentation du récepteur XD-V75. La mise à jour et complet. Instructions pour la mise à jour des transmetteurs RELAY G30/G50/G90 : Procurez-vous un récepteur XD-V75. Connectez le récepteur XD-V75 à votre PC ou Mac à l'aide d'un câble USB. Connectez une seule antenne à la sortie B OUT Débranchez, puis rebranchez le câble d'alimentation du récepteur XD-V75 Le message ‘’ LOADER ENABLED’’apparaît sur l'affichage du XD-V75. Positionnez votre transmetteur RELAY comme indiqué dans le lien suivant (***). Lancez Line 6 Monkey, puis connectez-vous avec votre nom d'utilisateur et mot de passé. Sélectionnez votre émetteur "Relay G30/G50/G90 Bodypack ". Tout en cliquant et en maintenant le commutateur ‘’VALUE’’ déplacer le commutateur ‘’ON/OFF’’ à la position ‘’OFF’’ et cliquer 8 fois sur le bouton ‘’ SELECT’’. Vous devriez maintenant voir le message ‘’LOADER’’ sur l'écran du émetteur. Cliquez sur OK dans Monkey. Une connexion avec l' (Si vous recevez un message sur l'écran que la connexion a échoué, il suffit de repositionner le émetteur jusqu'à ce message disparait). Choisissez Flash memory et cliquez "Update Selection" pour démarrer la mise à jour. Accepter le contrat de licence et cliquez sur ‘’OK’’ Cliquez sur ‘’ Yes’’ dans la fenêtre suivante. L'état d'avancement de la mise à jour peut être vu sur l'écran du XD-V75 et peut prendre quelques minutes. Allumez le emetteur tout en maintenant ‘’SELECT’’après la mise à jour est terminée, l'écran vous montrera le nouveau numéro de version Déconnectez le câble d'alimentation du récepteur XD-V75. REMARQUE: Si votre émetteur G30 n’est pas reconnu par Monkey, essayez s.v.p. de choisir « Relay G30 Bodypack (1.0) » (firmware 1.0) dans Line 6 Monkey afin de vous connecter à l'émetteur. Pour vous connecter aux transmetteurs avec le firmware 1.01 ou ultérieurs, vous devez sélectionner « Relay G30 Bodypack » dans Line 6 Monkey. ***Si vous mettez à niveau un émetteur: S'il vous plaît utilisez le lien Référence visuelle pour une référence visuelle sur la façon de placer l'émetteur au récepteur XD-V75 pour une communication de données optimale.
  2. V2.0 Firmware provides improved performance as well as upgraded features and/or compatibility to existing Line 6 XD-V70 systems and separates: XD-V70 Transmitters RF2 mode in addition to the original RF1 mode 14 channel capability in RF2 mode or 12 channel in RF1 mode. XD-V70 Receivers Ability to lock to RF1 or RF2 mode transmitters 14 channel capability in RF2 mode A new RF Scan capability which identifies RF1, RF2 transmitters as well as possible interference sources on Line 6 channels. Switching between RF1 and RF2 Mode The XD-V70 V2.0 Firmware utilizes our latest digital wireless transmission method, and is fully channel compatible with the XD-V75 running RF2 mode. Multiple units of either of these models can be used together within the same location, as long as each unit is on a unique channel and no more than 14 units are used simultaneously. The XD-V70 receivers running V2.0 Firmware can automatically receive transmissions from previous generation of Line 6 wireless products, including the XD-V30, XD-V70, and Relayâ„¢ G30, Relayâ„¢ G50, and Relayâ„¢ G90 models with pre Version 2.0 Firmware, now referred to as RF1 mode. However, it is recommended to NOT mix usage of the RF1 and RF2 modes within the same location due to the channel frequencies in each system not being compatible. Depending on the situation, it may be desirable to switch transmitters from RF2 back to RF1 mode. To set THH12 or TBP12 transmitters running V2.0 firmware into RF1 mode, enter Setup mode to display the current channel, then while holding down the SELECT button, press and release the ON/MUTE button on the THH12 or VALUE button on the TBP12. The display will briefly show [XD-V7x RF1] or [XD-V7x RF2] to indicate whether it is operating in the old or new mode, respectively. This setting is retained when powering off, so as a reminder the display will also show this indication [RF1 or RF2] each time power is turned on. The XD-V7x receiver will display a [To] on the far right of the display to indicate while communicating with a RF1 software transmitter. RF Scan Mode Channel Scanning Procedure V2.0 firmware adds a sophisticated scanning capability that can determine the existence of interfering wireless devices that may compromise the performance range of operation on certain channels, and can also help assure selected wireless mic channels do not interfere with other wireless devices. Use the following procedure to minimize interference: if you are adding new wireless units to a previous installation with Line 6 systems, first turn on the existing transmitters so their frequencies can be detected. Press the SETUP button on the receiver. The [sELECT FUNCTION] screen will appear; scroll with the ROTARY ENCODER to [CHANNEL SCAN], and press the ROTARY ENCODER to begin the scanning process. After approximately 6 seconds, the display will show channel numbers 1 through 14 on the bottom line, with a status indicator above each channel. The indicators and their applications are: Note: No audio will function while the receiver is on this channel-scanning page; you must select a channel by pressing the ROTARY ENCODER or press the EXIT button and leave the page to resume audio. Turn the ROTARY ENCODER to scroll through the list of channels; a flashing underline will follow the channel number as you scroll. Once you have highlighted a blank, unused channel, press the ROTARY ENCODER to select it. The receiver display will return to the main page with the new channel number shown. Note: Any of the channels can be selected, regardless of the RF conditions displayed for the channel. Selecting a channel showing significant RF interference can result in lessened range for the associated transmitter.
  3. The XD-V75 receiver firmware can be updated via the mini-USB port connection to a host computer (Windows XP or better, or Mac OSX 10.5 or better) using the Line 6 Monkey software application. In addition, the XD-V75 receiver can function as an "interface" to update the Relay G90 and XD-V70 receivers. Updating an XD-V75 Receiver: Remove any currently connected Antennas from the BNC jacks. Power Switch to "Off" on the receiver, then disconnect the power cable to the XD-V75 Receiver. Connect a mini-USB cable to the back of the receiver mini-USB port and your host computer. Reconnect the power cable to the XD-V75 Receiver. LCD Display on the XD-V75 receiver should read: "LOADER ENABLED" (regardless if you physically flip the Power Switch to "On" or not). Launch Line 6 Monkey 1.50 (or higher, depending on current release build as of this reading). Be certain to log on in Monkey. Click on "Connect To Device" on the left. Choose "Line 6 Wireless Device USB" and click OK. In the following window, select "XD-V75 Receiver" in the list of all the wireless devices that appear. Click on the "Flash Memory" in the Update window. Click "Update Selection" or "Reinstall Latest", whichever appears. Click "I ACCEPT" and then "Yes". Don't break the USB connection during the update process. When completed you should see a "XD-V75 Receiver update successful" message. Click "OK". To get the receiver out of Loader Mode, unplug the unit, remove the USB cable, plug in the power and turn the unit on. Updating the G90 or XD-V70 Receivers: Look at the pictures in the Device Positioning for Updating XD-V7x Transmitters and Receivers document for the visual reference on how the devices must be positioned/connected physically for a successful update. Once the device to be updated is positioned/connected, follow steps 3-5 above to put the XD-V75 Receiver into Loader Mode. Click the Change Device button in Line 6 Monkey. Choose "Line 6 Wireless Device USB" and click OK. On the next screen, choose the appropriate device to update. Once Monkey switches to the new target device to be updated, follow along in the update wizard instructions in the Line 6 Monkey software window. Monkey will program the XD-V75 receiver to "connect" to the device to be updated. If you do not power up the target device when prompted within about 30 seconds, the connection will time out and give you the error message "No pass thru receiver found". After you click OK, you'll get an error message saying "Error connecting to device". Hit OK and Monkey will reprogram the XD-V75 again, then ask you to power up the target device. After powering up the device, Monkey will be ready to update it. Follow steps 8-10 above. When the update is complete, you will get a message saying so. You will also get instructions for verifying the version on the unit. To get the receiver out of Loader Mode, unplug the unit, remove the USB cable, plug in the power and turn the unit on. Having problems? Some users that were reporting errors had success when using a different computer and repeating the process. Try re-booting your computer and starting from the top by first re-flashing your V75 receiver. Once this is done you can proceed to flashing other units. If you are still having problems, create a support ticket from http://line6.com/support/tickets/. Please complete the System Profile in your account and send us a "Monkey Log" in the ticket: 1) Run Monkey until the error is encountered 2) Choose "Diagnostics..." from the Line 6 Monkey main menu (at the top of the Mac Finder) 3) A finder window will open up - you will see one or more .log files with date-stamped filenames. 4) Send the most recent log file - or any of the log files whose date correspond to the date when the error occurred.
  4. Spider Valve MKII FX INFUSION v2.0 is a free firmware upgrade for your Spider Valve MKII 112, 212 and HD100. This new firmware features: A total of 56 FX Models, bringing the total in your updated amp to 76! (All the FX from Spider FX Infusion 1.52 plus 28 more Stomps, Comps, Mods, Delays, Reverbs and Wahs). Overdrives / Stomps Bronze Master (Maestro Bass Brassmaster) Dingo Tron (Mu-Tron III (down switch on) Facial Fuzz (Arbiter Fuzz Face) Classic Distortion (ProCo Rat) Tube Drive (Chandler Tube Driver) Compressors Blue Comp Treb (Boss CS-1 Compressor (treble switch off) Line 6 Comp (Teletronics LA-2A) Line 6 Vetta Comp EQ Line 6 Two band Parametric EQ Delay Echo Platter (Binson EchoRec) Line 6 Phaze Eko Tube Echo (EP-1 Tube Echoplex) Reverb Line 6 Brite Room Reverb Line 6 Cavernous Reverb Line 6 Dark Hall Line 6 Rich Chamber Line 6 Slap Plate Reverb Line 6 Standard Spring Reverb Mods Analog Square Chorus (Boss Square CE-1 Chorus w/ square wave) Line 6 Expo Chorus Line 6 POD Purple X Line 6 Random Sample and Hold Line 6 Square Flange Line 6 Tape Eater Wahs Chrome Custom Wah (Custom Vox V847 Wah) Conductor Wah (Maestro Boomerang Wah) Fassel Wah (Cry Baby Super - Jen Electronics) Throaty Wah (RMC Real McCoy 1 Wah) Continued compatibility (added with 1.50) with Spider Valve Edit. Update Instructions: All Spider IV 112, 212 and HD100 amplifiers can be updated using an FBV MkII Express, FBV MkII Shortboard, or via MIDI with a USB to MIDI interface as follows: Connect your FBV MkII to your Spider Valve MKII using a standard FBV cable. Connect your FBV MkII to your computer using a standard USB cable. Launch Line 6 Monkey on your computer. Select your Spider Valve MKII as the connected device if it isn't automatically selected. Select the Flash Memory line item and click "Update Selection". Please also refer to the following FAQ for further update details: http://line6.com/support/page/articles/_/amplifiers/spider-ivspider-online/updating-the-spider-iv-75-120-150-150hd-us-r319 (Register your FBV MkII Express or Shortboard if it isn't already registered, then proceed with the update) Updating Note: Updating firmware does not erase User Presets. To return the amp to its factory settings, which includes restoring original User Presets and Amp Model Defaults, press the "A" Channel button on power up, then press the "Presets" encoder. *If you have already registered your hardware, launch Line 6 Monkey to download the v2.00 update.
  5. Français Deutsch SPIDER FX INFUSION v2.0 is a free firmware upgrade for your Spider IV 75, 120, 150 and HD 150. It requires the purchase and registration of either of the USB equipped FBV Shortboard MkII or FBV Express MkII foot-controllers to enable computer connectivity to the amp. This new firmware features: A total of 56 FX Models, bringing the total in your updated amp to 76! (All the FX from Spider FX Infusion 1.52 plus 28 more Stomps, Comps, Mods, Delays, Reverbs and Wahs). Overdrives / Stomps Bronze Master (Maestro Bass Brassmaster) Dingo Tron (Mu-Tron III (down switch on) Facial Fuzz (Arbiter Fuzz Face) Classic Distortion (ProCo Rat) Tube Drive (Chandler Tube Driver) Compressors Blue Comp Treb (Boss CS-1 Compressor (treble switch off) Line 6 Comp (Teletronics LA-2A) Line 6 Vetta Comp EQ Line 6 Two band Parametric EQ Delay Echo Platter (Binson EchoRec) Line 6 Phaze Eko Tube Echo (EP-1 Tube Echoplex) Reverb Line 6 Brite Room Reverb Line 6 Cavernous Reverb Line 6 Dark Hall Line 6 Rich Chamber Line 6 Slap Plate Reverb Line 6 Standard Spring Reverb Mods Analog Square Chorus (Boss Square CE-1 Chorus w/ square wave) Line 6 Expo Chorus Line 6 POD Purple X Line 6 Random Sample and Hold Line 6 Square Flange Line 6 Tape Eater Wahs Chrome Custom Wah (Custom Vox V847 Wah) Conductor Wah (Maestro Boomerang Wah) Fassel Wah (Cry Baby Super - Jen Electronics) Throaty Wah (RMC Real McCoy 1 Wah) Continued compatibility (added with 1.52) with Spider IV Edit. Update Instructions: All Spider IV 75, 120, 150 and 150HD amplifiers can be updated using an FBV MkII Express or FBV MkII Shortboard, as follows: Connect your FBV MkII to your Spider IV using a standard FBV cable. Connect your FBV MkII to your computer using a standard USB cable. Launch Line 6 Monkey on your computer. Select your Spider IV as the connected device if it isn't automatically selected. Select the Flash Memory line item and click "Update Selection". Please also refer to the following FAQ for further update details: http://line6.com/support/page/articles/_/amplifiers/spider-ivspider-online/updating-the-spider-iv-75-120-150-150hd-us-r319 (Register your FBV MkII Express or Shortboard if it isn't already registered, then proceed with the update) Updating Note: Updating firmware does not erase User Presets. To return the amp to its factory settings, which includes restoring original User Presets and Amp Model Defaults, press the "A" Channel button on power up, then press the "Presets" encoder. *If you have already registered your hardware, launch Line 6 Monkey to download the v2.00 update. La mise à jour Spider FX Infusion version 2 est une mise à jour firmware gratuite pour votre Spider IV 75, 120, 150 et HD 150. Vous avez besoin d’un FBV Shortboard MkII ou FBX Express MkII registré avec connexion USB pour le connecter à l’ordinateur. Nouvelles fonctionnalités : 56 modèles FX nouveaux. (Tous les modèles FX de la mise à jour 1.52 et 28 modèles complètement nouveaux Stomp, Comp, Mod, Delay, Reverb et Wah) Overdrives / Stomps Bronze Master (Maestro Bass Brassmaster) Dingo Tron (Mu-Tron III (down switch on) Facial Fuzz (Arbiter Fuzz Face) Classic Distortion (ProCo Rat) Tube Drive (Chandler Tube Driver) Compressors Blue Comp Treb (Boss CS-1 Compressor (treble switch off) Line 6 Comp (Teletronics LA-2A) Line 6 Vetta Comp EQ Line 6 Two band Parametric EQ Delay Echo Platter (Binson EchoRec) Line 6 Phaze Eko Tube Echo (EP-1 Tube Echoplex) Reverb Line 6 Brite Room Reverb Line 6 Cavernous Reverb Line 6 Dark Hall Line 6 Rich Chamber Line 6 Slap Plate Reverb Line 6 Standard Spring Reverb Mods Analog Square Chorus (Boss Square CE-1 Chorus w/ square wave) Line 6 Expo Chorus Line 6 POD Purple X Line 6 Random Sample and Hold Line 6 Square Flange Line 6 Tape Eater Wahs Chrome Custom Wah (Custom Vox V847 Wah) Conductor Wah (Maestro Boomerang Wah) Fassel Wah (Cry Baby Super - Jen Electronics) Throaty Wah (RMC Real McCoy 1 Wah) Instructions: Vous pouvez mettre à jour tous les amplis Spider IV 75, 120, 150 et 150HD avec un FBV Shortboard MkII ou un FBV Express MkII : Le FBV MkII doit être enregistré. Connectez le FBV MkII à l’ampli Spider IV avec un câble FBV standard. Connectez le FBV MkII à un ordinateur avec un câble USB standard. Lancez Line 6 Monkey sur l’oridnateur. Sélectez le Spider IV comme appareil connecté s’il n’est pas sélecté automatiquement. Sélectez Flash Memory et cliquez Update Selection. Pour plus de details utilisez cette foire aux questions: http://line6.com/support/page/articles/_/amplifiers/spider-ivspider-online/updating-the-spider-iv-75-120-150-150hd-us-r319#fr Attention, cette mise à jour n’effacera pas vos presets. Pour réinitialiser l’appareil (avec réinitialisation des presets, modèles amplis et configurations), cliquez le bouton canal « A » durant la mise sous tension et après, cliquez « Preset ». Si vous avez déjà registré le matériel, lancez Line 6 Monkey et effectuez la mise à jour. Das Spider FX Infusion V2.0 ist eine gratis Firmware Aktualisierung für Ihr Spider IV 75, 120, 150 und 150HD. Sie brauche nzur Installation entweder ein FBV Shortboard MkII oder ein FBV Express MkII mit USB Anschluss um dieses an den Computer anschließen zu können. Hinzugefügt mit der Aktualisierung: Insgesamt 56 FX Modelle, Sie haben also insgesamt 76 Modelle! (Das sind alle FX Modelle aus Patch 1.52 sowie 28 neue Stomp, Comp, Mod, Delay, Reverb und Wah Modelle). Overdrives / Stomps Bronze Master (Maestro Bass Brassmaster) Dingo Tron (Mu-Tron III (down switch on) Facial Fuzz (Arbiter Fuzz Face) Classic Distortion (ProCo Rat) Tube Drive (Chandler Tube Driver) Compressors Blue Comp Treb (Boss CS-1 Compressor (treble switch off) Line 6 Comp (Teletronics LA-2A) Line 6 Vetta Comp EQ Line 6 Two band Parametric EQ Delay Echo Platter (Binson EchoRec) Line 6 Phaze Eko Tube Echo (EP-1 Tube Echoplex) Reverb Line 6 Brite Room Reverb Line 6 Cavernous Reverb Line 6 Dark Hall Line 6 Rich Chamber Line 6 Slap Plate Reverb Line 6 Standard Spring Reverb Mods Analog Square Chorus (Boss Square CE-1 Chorus w/ square wave) Line 6 Expo Chorus Line 6 POD Purple X Line 6 Random Sample and Hold Line 6 Square Flange Line 6 Tape Eater Wahs Chrome Custom Wah (Custom Vox V847 Wah) Conductor Wah (Maestro Boomerang Wah) Fassel Wah (Cry Baby Super - Jen Electronics) Throaty Wah (RMC Real McCoy 1 Wah) Anweisungen zur Aktualisierung: Alle Spider IV 75, 120, 150 und HD150 Verstärker müssen per FBV MkII mit einem Computer verbunden sein: Verbinden Sie das FBV MkII mit dem Spider IV mit standart FBV Kabel. Verbinden Sie das FBV MkII mit dem Computer mit standart USB Kabel. Starten Sie Line 6 Monkey auf dem Computer. Wählen Sie den Spider IV als verbundenes Gerät auf falls dies nicht automatisch passiert ist. Wählen Sie Flash Memory aus und klicken Sie dann auf „Update Selection“. Falls Sie mehr Details benötigen, verwenden Sie bitte folgendes FAQ: http://line6.com/support/page/articles/_/amplifiers/spider-ivspider-online/updating-the-spider-iv-75-120-150-150hd-us-r319#de (Registrieren Sie Ihr FBV MkII falls es noch nicht registriert ist) Achtung, die Aktualisierung der Firmware löscht keine Presets. Um das Gerät vollständig zurückzusetzen (inklusive Presets und Verstärkermodelle) drücken Sie den A Kanal Knopf beim Start des Gerätes und dann Preset. Falls das Gerät bereits registriert ist brauchen Sie nur Line 6 Monkey zu starten und das Update herunterzuladen.
  6. Q: What is the Spider FX Infusion? A: Spider FX Infusion is offered as a free firmware (1.52) update for all Spider IV (75, 120, 150, 150HD) amplifiers owners with a Line 6 FBV MkII Shortboard„¢ or Express„¢ Controller device. Q: Do I need to have the Mk II version of the FBV Express or shortboard to update the firmware on my Spider IV (75, 120, 150, HD150)? A: Yes, as the previous FBV (Mk I) does not have the USB connection necessary to connect to a computer for the update. You will also need to have the FBV Mk II Express/Shortboard registered to your user account to complete the install. Q: How do I connect my Spider IV (75, 120, 150, HD150) to my computer to perform the firmware update? A: See the following link for the Spider IV update information: Updating the Spider IV (75, 120, 150, 150HD) using the FBV Mk II and Line 6 Monkey Q: What is the Spider IV Edit software? A: The Spider IV Edit software allows you to edit and download tones for your Spider IV amplifier on your computer. See the following link for more information on using the Spider IV Edit software. Spider IV Edit v1.02 FAQs Q: Do I need to calibrate my Expression pedal on my FBV Mk II unit after I perform the firmware upgrade? A: Yes. See the following link for the information on how to calibrate your FBV Mk II pedal (and update the firmware if necessary): FBV/Shortboard/Express/FBV2 Controller: Calibration and F.A.Q.s FBV Mk II (Express and Shortboard) software update Q: What new effect models are included in the Spider FX Infusion firmware update? A: There are 28 new effects in the update 1.51 (there are no changes in the amp modeling). Here are the locations and descriptions of the new effects: FX-1 - Gain Blue Comp: Based on* the Boss® CS-1 Compression Vetta Juice: A Line 6 original originally created for our flagship Vetta II guitar amplifier. Boost & EQ: A stompbox compressor that also provides you with some EQ controls so you can further shape the tone. Screamer: Based on* an Ibanez® Tube Screamer®, the overdrive heard round the world. Killer Z: Based on* Boss® Metal Zone, the industry standard distortion pedal for metal players since 1989. Octave Fuzz: Based on the Tycobrahe Octavia, the classic fuzz+octave effect. Bass Overdrive: Based on* the Tech 21 Bass Sans Amp Clean Sweep: This is a wide range sweeping filter with a slow decay. It’s similar to Auto Wah, but with a band pass filter shape. FX-2 - Chorus/Phaser Analog Chorus: Based on* the Boss® CE-1 Chorus Ensemble. Square Chorus: Based on* the Boss® CE-1 Chorus Ensemble, but with a square wave acting as the magical modulator. Random Chorus: This chorus uses three different modulating filters all running randomly. Jet Flanger: Based on the A/DA Flanger. Lumpy Phase: Kinda like a Uni-Vibe®, but more radical. Warble-Matic: It can produce a nice mild phasey sound or with the depth maxed you can simulate the sound of an alien spacecraft . FX-3 - Delay/ Sweep Echo Analog Delay: Based on* the Boss® DM2 Analog Delay. Stereo Delay: Run this effect post in order to hear it in stereo, with one delay on the left, and another on the right. The time parameter sets the left delay’s time, while offset sets the right delay time as a percentage of the left. So, if you set time to 500ms, and offset to 50%, your right delay time will be 50% of 500ms in other words, 250ms. This effect will be summed in mono on a mono amplifier (i.e. Spider IV 75) but will be in stereo when using the stereo line out. Bubble Echo: Bubble Eko has a Sample and Hold filter on the repeats. A Sample and Hold filter takes a filter sweep (like the one on Sweep Echo), chops it up into little bits and rearranges them semi-randomly. Reverb King Spring Large Plate Small Room Tiled Room Chamber Medium Hall Large Hall Wah Chrome: Based on* a Vox® V847 Colorful: Based on* the wah part of a vintage Colorsound® Wah-Fuzz Weeper: Modeled after* an Arbiter® Cry Baby
  7. M9/M5 FIRMWARE UPDATE INSTRUCTIONS NEEDED: A MIDI interface that connects to your computer via USB (download the current Driver for it if you don't have it installed) 2 MIDI cables (or a MIDI interface such as the M-Audio Uno that comes with attached MIDI cables) NOTE: Line 6 recommends a name brand USB to MIDI interface produced by an audio company that supports/updates their drivers. Good choices include: M-Audio, Edirol, E-Mu and MOTU. These interfaces have proven to be more robust and reliable when it comes to large MIDI transfers such as the M9 and M13 update. For further infomation on MIDI connectivity and interfaces, please go over the following MIDI Document Line 6 Monkey 1.35 or higher installed. Download and install the Line 6 Monkey software here Procedure Connect your MIDI interface to your computer via USB cable. Connect the M9/M5 MIDI Out to your MIDI interface In, and connect the M9/M5 MIDI In to your MIDI interface Out. Launch the Line 6 Monkey 1.35 (or higher) with the M9/M5 connected via the MIDI interface and powered on. Select the Flash Memory line item and click the Update Selection button to install the flash memory update into the M9/M5. The device will receive the firmware data and the unit will be updated to the latest Firmware. It sometimes takes 30 seconds to 1 minute to appear like the unit is receiving the update and takes several minutes to complete. The M9/M5 will re-initialize when the update is complete.
  8. Firmware v2.09 Release Notes: Eliminated slight delay when entering Record mode. Fixed problem with extended-ascii characters in file names. Fixed Undo issue for recordings loaded directly from SD-Card, where the last two overdubs would be erased instead of only the most recent one. v2.09 Firmware Update Instructions: After you download the v2.09 update to your computer, please click here for step by step instructions on how to install the update. (Instructions are for v2.07, but they are essentially the same for v2.09. Note: If you are updating from v2.07, you can skip Step 4 -- no need to power up your Spider Jam with the SD card inserted -- simply insert SD card with power on as described in Step 3, then proceed to Step 5). Note: SD Card must be no larger than 2 GB capacity! Spider Jam Advanced Guide: For in-depth info on features and functionality of the Spider Jam not included in the Pilot's Handbook, check out: Spider Jam Advanced Guide. WARNING: BACK UP YOUR FILES! The v2.09 update will erase all the internal recordings you have made. If you want to save them, use an SD card to create backups (via the TRANSFER ALL TO CARD command) then copy them from your SD card onto your PC for safe keeping (using an SD card reader). You can then reload your files using an SD card at any time after you have completed the update. The v2.09 update will erase all the custom guitar presets you have made. Here are the instructions on Saving and Loading the presets to and from the Spider Jam: STORING PRESETS Created a User Tone and Saved it to a user location. In the SETTINGS/TONE menu, please make sure RECORDINGS SET TONE is set to ON. Made a recording with that guitar tone and save the recording to the internal memory. Do this for every preset you would like to store. In the SAVE menu, select the TRANSFER ALL TO CARD option. All of your recordings and their associated tone will be saved to the SD card. [*]LOADING PRESETS To transfer them back into the amp, go to the SAVE menu and choose the TRANSFER ALL FROM CARD option. This will load the recordings and the associated presets back onto the Spider Jam. Now, when you load a recording that was transferred onto the Spider Jam from the SD Card, the preset that was stored with the recording will be loaded with the recording. It will show in the SETTINGS/TONE menu with an asterisk (*) next to the name. To store this preset back into the Spider Jam User presets, go to the SAVE menu and select SAVE GUITAR TONE to store the preset in the User location you desire. Note: If you are updating from v1.04, you should back up your recordings by connecting a recording device to your Spider Jam RCA Outputs/JM4 Stereo Line Out (tape or hard disk recorder, computer sound card, etc.) then record them as you would any other recorded material in real time. (Tip: Record them in WAV format at 44.1, 16 bit mono; that way you can reload them into your Spider Jam later). Instructions for updating (also attached): 1. If you haven't done so already, download the latest firmware to your computer desktop from the Line 6 website (log in with your Line 6 User Name) here: Spider Jam 2.09 Firmware. The downloaded file will be named "fw.bin", with no number. Please save this to your desktop to easily find the file once the file has been downloaded. Note: You will need to delete any previous Spider Jam updates from your desktop prior to saving the Spider Jam 2.09 firmware, as the both devices will not recognize any firmware with an extension or name alterations. 2. Copy the downloaded fw.bin file to a blank SD card via an SD card reader. When the copy is complete, put the downloaded fw.bin file in a safe place on your PC for future reference -- for example, put it in a new folder labeled 'Spider Jam Flash', noting the version number. 3. Insert your SD card into the Spider Jam SD card slot. Note: Spider Jam owners running v1.04 should press and hold the SAVE button while powering up the Spider Jam (release SAVE after Spider Jam powers up from the SD card). 4. Press the SAVE button to display the menu items in the LCD if they aren't already displayed. 5. Turn the wheel and navigate to FIRMWARE UPGRADE at the bottom of the menu list then press Right Arrow to display the upgrade screen. 6. Press Up Arrow for YES to proceed with the update -- the Spider Jam or JM4 Looper will update itself from the SD Card. When the update is complete, the Spider Jam will power cycle itself. Note: Do not turn off power in the middle of the update! 7. Verify the update was successful by previewing a few Songs and Drum tracks (scroll thru the list; each track will play for a few seconds when you select it). 8. After verifying the update was successful, press the SAVE button again to display the menu list. 9. Turn the wheel and navigate to FORMAT CARD then press Right Arrow to display the format screen. 10. Press Up Arrow for YES and the Spider Jam/JM4 Looper will format the SD Card, preparing it for normal operation. 11. When formatting is complete, you're all set. If you ever want to reinstall your firmware, go back to your computer and copy the 'fw.bin' file to your SD Card, then repeat the above steps from Step 2. 12. If you want to load your backed up .WAV files into your Spider Jam again, simply copy them from your computer into the "LINE6" folder on your SD card using your SD card reader, then load them into your Spider Jam using the IMPORT WAV FILE FROM CARD command (consult the Spider Jam Advanced Guide for info on the option of viewing and loading your files via the SD Recordings Browser). If there is no LINE6 folder on the SD Card root directory, please create one. Format Alert: If your SD Card is rejected by the Spider Jam as not being FAT16, you should format your card and start over. See Format Instructions below. (Also attached) Mac OSX: Format SD Card to FAT16 1. Insert card into Mac via SD card reader 2. Name it UNTITLED (Double click on the icon on your desktop to open the drive>Right Click or CTRL Click on the Drive title and select the Rename option) 3. Open Terminal (via Applications/Utilities) 4. Copy and paste the following in the Terminal window exactly as written here and press Enter on your keyboard. diskutil partitionDisk /Volumes/UNTITLED 1 MBRFormat "MS-DOS FAT16" "UNTITLED" 100% 5. The SD Card will be formatted to FAT16 6. To confirm, open Disk Utility app (via Applications/Utilities) 7. Select your SD card icon to the left in the Disk Utility window 8. Look at the text info in the lower part of the window; it should look like this (the information displayed below is for a 1GB SD Card so your capacity read out will look different if you are using a 2GB card): Mount Point: /Volumes/UNTITLED Capacity: 952.4 MB (998,710,272 Bytes) Format: MS-DOS (FAT16) Available: 951.4 MB (997,638,144 Bytes) Owners Enabled: No Used: 784 KB (802,816 Bytes) Number of Folders: 0 PC: (XP/Vista/7) Format SD Card to FAT16 1. Start Windows Explorer 2. Click on My Computer 3. Select/Highlight The SD-Card Reader/Drive that contains the SD-Card 4. Right Mouse Click and select Format from the pop-up menu 5. Make certain the File System displays: FAT (Default) and not FAT 32 6. File Allocation Unit Size = Default 7. Press Start to begin Format (follow on-screen instructions) Note: On WinXP system there are only the options for formatting FAT and FAT 32 On Vista system there are the options for: FAT, FAT 32, NTFS, and exFAT
  9. Q: Can I reset the POD X3 series units directly from the unit? A: Yes. Hold the "home" button for two seconds, then highlight "reset user presets" navigating with the 4-way arrow key. Press save, then hold the save button for five seconds and release. Be aware that this will replace ALL user presets back to factory settings, so please back up your custom presets using Gearbox or Monkey if you want to save them for future use. Q: How do I reflash my POD X3 unit? A: Download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey from the following link: www.line6.com/software Run the Line 6 Monkey program and log into Line 6 Monkey using your Line 6 user name and password. If this is the first time you have run Line 6 Monkey, you will not have driver software installed. Highlight the "Driver" item in the Updates window, and click the Update button on the right. Monkey will lead you through the installation process, which requires you to quit Monkey and possibly restart your machine. See the following link for more information on driver installation: USB Driver Installation Make sure your POD X3 unit is powered on and connected to your computer via a USB 2.0 connection. Monkey should automatically recognize your POD X3 and complete the startup sequence. See the following link for USB troubleshooting tips if Line 6 Monkey does not recognize your POD X3 unit. USB Audio Troubleshooting On the Updates tab, look to see if your Flash Memory is up to date. If it is out of date, you will see a yellow "yield" sign next to flash memory. If you need to update (or just want to reset the unit back to factory state for troubleshooting) select "Flash Memory" (it will highlight in blue) and click the "Update Selection/Reinstall Latest" button to the right. Monkey will lead you through the process. Monkey will give you an option to continue: Monkey will then ask if you want to keep your presets. If you do not want to keep the presets (or have already backed up your presets), select "no". Monkey will now update your unit after you select "yes". Be sure to close all other applications and heed the warnings. You will see the progress bar writing the flash to your unit Restart your POD X3 unit by powering the unit off, then back on. When the update is complete you will receive this message. ***NOTE: If a Variax guitar is connected to the POD HD500 via VDI connection during the flash memory update for the POD, DO NOT DISCONNECT the Variax guitar from the POD until the update process is completed: Q: How do I update the firmware on my POD X3 series unit? A:On the Updates tab, look to see if your USB Firmware is up to date. If you need to update, highlight "Device Firmware" and click the "Update" button to the right. Monkey will lead you through the firmware update process as shown above. Q: How do I reflash in "safe mode"? A: Safe mode can be used when a unit cannot be reflashed using the normal reflash procedure. Hold the four-way arrow key to the right while powering the POD X3 unit on to start your unit in safe mode. You can then reflash the unit as decribed above.
  10. Q: Can I reset the PODxt series units directly from the unit? A: No, you must re-install the flash memory on the PODxt device to reset the unit back to factory settings. Q: How do I reflash my PODxt unit? 1. Download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey from the following link: www.line6.com/software 2. Run the Line 6 Monkey program and log into Line 6 Monkey using your Line 6 user name and password. If this is the first time you have run Line 6 Monkey, you will not have driver software installed. Highlight the "Driver" item in the Updates window, and click the Update button on the right. Monkey will lead you through the installation process, which requires you to quit Monkey and possibly restart your machine. See the following link for more information on driver installation. 3: Make sure your PODxt unit is powered on and connected to your computer via a USB 2.0 connection. Monkey should automatically recognize your PODxt and complete the startup sequence. See the following link for USB troubleshooting tips if Line 6 Monkey does not recognize your PODxt unit. 4. On the Updates tab, look to see if your Flash Memory is up to date. If it is out of date, you will see a yellow "yield" sign next to flash memory. If you need to update (or just want to reset the unit back to factory state for troubleshooting) select "Flash Memory" (it will highlight in blue) and click the "Update Selection/Reinstall Latest" button to the right. Monkey will lead you through the process. Monkey will give you an option to continue: Monkey will then ask if you want to keep your presets. If you do not want to keep the presets (or have already backed up your presets), select "no". Monkey will now update your unit after you select "yes". Be sure to close all other applications and heed the warnings. You will see the progress bar writing the flash to your unit Restart your POD XT unit by powering the unit off, then back on. When the update is complete you will receive a message stating it installed sucessfully. Check out our Walkthrough Video: ***NOTE: If a Variax guitar is connected to the PODxt via VDI connection during the flash memory update for the POD, DO NOT DISCONNECT the Variax guitar from the POD until the update process is completed: Q: How do I reflash in "safe mode"? A: Safe mode can be used when a unit cannot be reflashed using the normal reflash procedure. Hold the first of the four black soft buttons under the main LCD screen as you power on the PODxt. Then, follow the instructions above on how to re-install the flash memory.
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