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HD500x Arrived today ... and wow -- what an amazing difference ... and a great way to bring new life to some older gear. here is the setup: HD500x --> UX8 --> Reason HD500x --> Flextone III HD500x --> USB ... running 500x Edit Flextone III --> MIDI to USB using an Uno First -- the setup is incredible ... I am running the HD500x through my monitors, and then simultaneously running through the Flex III. I have both 500x Edit and FlexIII Edit running on my computer, creating a stellar command center -- and allowing for incredible sonic versatility. The Flex never (ever) sounded so good. The low ends on the Flex were always super muddy. Clean channels were OK, but the low end was disappointing. running the flex with the HD500X in front ... wow! ... seriously, the sonic difference is stunning. I can run native HD with the amp in manual, but am finding some fun ways of using the flex with the HD .. for example, using the clean channels with the Flex seem to add nice depth to the HD without compromising the HD sound and feel. The effects on the Flex are solid and I can turn off some HD effects and use those on the flex (while i haven't run into any processing limitations on the HD yet, this certainly offloads some of the processing to the Flex.) what is really fun is to have both the HD running through the monitors and the HD running through the flex at the same time. When dialing up a Flex model, you can create two very different sound that blend together. Really fun. Gonna keep tweaking ... but the new life this brings to both my Flex and the UX8 is fantastic.
Q: What quality are the UX8's A/D converters? A: The UX-8 uses the same converter chip that the Apogee Ensemble ($1949), Echo Audiofire 12 ($699), Focusrite Saffire Pro ($699) and probably more use. A/D Conversion: 16-bit & 24-bit 44.1, 48, 88.2 & 96 kHz This info comes from our UX8 specs page at: http://line6.com/toneportux8/specifications.html