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Hi eveyone! I am thinking to buy the Spider V, but I actually tryed just the 60w version of the amp, and I actually like it! I actually play Death-Metalcore and I need this amp for recording at home (USB/ Emulated Output to Audio interface / Shure SM57), and also to play some live concerts (small gigs) and with my band in small practise room. I am reading about REALLY BIG differences between the 120w and 240w version about: -Volumes (people changed their 120w with the 240w because it was not enough loud to play in live concerts) -Sound Quality (stereo vs mono seems to make a big difference) Since I don't have the possibility to try them in the store, is anyone able to tell me if there's really all this big difference? Is worth to spend more money to have 240w? Is really the 120w not loud enough? Is the 240w good to play at low volumes? Also, did anyone have any issues about latency while recording with USB ? Thanks everyone! :D Keep playing :lol:
Q: What are the amp models on the Spider V? A: There are 78 total amp models on the Spider V. Check out this link for the complete model listing. Model List 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 V? A: Press the Tap button, and notice the volume is muted during tuning. You'll see the LCD screen change to the tuner. Q: How do I perform a factory reset on the Spider V series? A: Hold down the Home button to access the settings menu. Scroll down with the encoder to where it says Factory Reset. Scroll to the right and press the encoder knob to hit Yes. Q: How do I perform a factory reset on the Spider V20 version? A: Hold all three FX, then press and release save while the amp is running. Spider Remote Q: I can't find Spider Remote in the Google Play store? A: If your Android does not support USB Host Mode (which is required for the usage of Spider Remote), the remote app will not show up in the search. Your device is not compatible with Spider V. You can read more about Spider V and Android compatibility here. Setup/Connections Q: What are the inputs and outputs on the Spider V? A: Instrument in and headphone out on the front, and all this on the back. Q: Can the Spider V guitar input and the AUX input be used at the same time? Will I hear both of these devices through the headphones? A: Yes, you can use both and you'd hear them both in your headphones. Q: Can I use an FBV controller with the Spider V? A: Yes, the FBV3 and FBV Express/Shortboard MKII are recommended for use with the Spider V. The FBV Mark 1 series may work, but is not supported. Q: Does the Spider V have an effects loop? A: There is no effects loop on the Spider V amplifier. Q: Can I turn off the Tap Tempo Light on the Spider V? A: Yes, hold down the Home button to access the settings menu. Scroll down with the encoder to where it says Tap Light. Scroll to the right and press the encoder knob to hit Off. Q: Can I use other Line 6 wireless transmitters with my Spider V? A: Yes, you can use any other Line 6 wireless transmitters that support RF 2. That includes Relay G30, G50/55, G90, and XDV 70/75 that are on their latest firmware releases. To use them you'll need to manually set the wireless channel on the Spider V in the Global Settings menu. Press and hold the HOME BUTTON to enter the settings menu. Q: How do I connect my Android device to my Spider V A: You will need a male Micro USB to Female USB-B or "OTG" adapter to connect to the amp and allow your Android device to work with Host Mode. More can be read and that here. Specifications Spider V Series Features and Specs USB streaming audio (compatible with Android, iOS and Mac or PC) 128 onboard presets 78 amp models 23 cabinet models 101 effect models Tap tempo/tuner Compatible with Line 6 FBV 3 and FBV MkII Foot Controllers Looper (60 sec) *Not featured w/ Spider V 30 or 20* USB connection Spider V 20 Specs 20 watts 1x8" custom speaker and tweeter Weight: 11 lbs. Dimensions: H: 13"" W: 12.2" D: 8.3" 1/4" Guitar input and 1/8" Stereo Aux input 1/4" Headphone output USB Micro-B Spider V 30 Specs 30 watts 1x8" custom speaker and tweeter Weight: 16 lbs 4 oz Dimensions: H: 14.5"" W: 15.5" D: 8" 1/4â€ Guitar input and 1/8â€ Stereo Aux input 1/4â€ Headphone output USB FBV foot controller port Spider V 60 Specs 60 watts 1x10 custom speaker and tweeter Weight: 20 lbs 12 oz Dimensions: H: 16.5" W: 17.5" D: 9" 1/4â€ Guitar input and 1/8â€ Stereo Aux input 1/4â€ Headphone output USB FBV foot controller port Spider V 120 Specs 120 watts 1x12 custom speaker and tweeter Weight: 29 lbs 4 oz Dimensions: H: 17.5" W: 20.25" D: 11" 1/4â€ Guitar input and 1/8â€ Stereo Aux input 1/4â€ Headphone output â€‹Stereo XLR output USB FBV foot controller port Spider V 240 Specs 240 watts 2x12 custom speaker and dual tweeters Weight: 42 lbs 12 oz Dimensions: H: 21.25" W: 27" D: 11" 1/4â€ Guitar input and 1/8â€ Stereo Aux input 1/4â€ Headphone output Stereo XLR output True stereo amp USB FBV foot controller port Spider V 240HDC Specs 240 watts (speaker outs) Two 4â€ speakers and two tweeters for stand-alone practicing (50-watts) Weight: 28 lbs 2 oz Dimensions: H: 11" W: 27.5" D: 11" 1/4â€ Guitar input and 1/8â€ Stereo Aux input 1/4â€ Headphone output Stereo XLR output 4ohm mono or 8ohm stereo speaker output True stereo amp USB FBV foot controller port Registration/Warranty Q: What is the warranty on the Spider V? A: The warranty on the Spider V is twelve months from the date of purchase. For more details please see this article: Line 6 Warranty Information Q: How can I register my Spider V? A: See this article: product registration F.A.Q. Troubleshooting/Service Q: My Spider V seems to be malfunctioning. What can I do as an end user? A: See this article: Line 6 Amp Troubleshooting Q: Can I turn off the Tap Tempo Light on the Spider V? A: Yes, hold down the Home button to access the settings menu. Scroll down with the encoder to where it says Tap Light. Scroll to the right and press the encoder knob to hit Off.
Using the Spider V 240 with FBV3 and I Iâ€™m trying to loop some riffs over the drum loops. Every time I do I notice my loop will unsync from the drum loop pretty drastically. Are the drum loops all in time to a click when they were recorded or do they vary ever so slightly in tempo? The only other thing I can figure is that my timing is way off with hitting the looper on the FBV3.
I am currently looking to buy the new Line 6 Spider V 240 Combo amp. The only thing keeping me from pulling the trigger on the purchase is whether or not I can connect the combo amp to a speaker cabinet. Is it possible to connect the V 240 Combo to an external 212 or 412 cabinet?