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      Hello, Line 6ers. We are pleased to announce the latest incarnation of our community support forums. Feel free to explore and post threads. Our forums are here so that our community members will continue to help one another, partake in respectful, thought-provoking debates and conversations, and forge great relationships.   Line 6 has appointed the Line 6 Experts to moderate the forums, but occasionally, Line 6 staff will post to certain threads. As these are community support forums, please remember that your post is not a direct message to Line 6. If you need to contact our technical staff, please do so at www.Line6.com/support. Also, please submit your product ideas at www.line6.ideascale.com so the community can vote up the best ideas.
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      What tones do you want Line 6 to build?

      Folks,   Here is where to go to let Line 6 know what tones you are interested in seeing built: http://line6.ideascale.com/a/ideafactory.do?mode=top&discussionFilter=byids&discussionID=47764. We will use your feedback when creating how-to videos and setting presets on our products.   One tone per submission so others can vote on it, please. We encourage you all to submit as many tones as you want, but it doesn't work when you lump them all into one submission. Thanks!       Line 6 Customer Support
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      Templates and tones from L6 Tone Made Easy classes

      Tone Made Easy is a series of classes presented by Line 6 that teaches the fundamentals of how to create great guitar tone using basic techniques and equipment knowledge.   For content that you can reference to learn how to become a better sounding guitar player, including the templates that re-create some of your favorite guitarist's tones, go to http://line6.com/tone-templates/.   To learn more about Tone Made Easy and other events, go to http://line6.com/events/.
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      "Why is Line 6 not responding???"   10/29/2015

      Friends of Line 6,   We notice that many times, customers ask on our forums "Why is Line 6 not responding???"   Please understand that our forums exist so that our community members can help one another and talk to each other. Our very knowledgeable Line 6 Experts monitor and moderate our forums, and have direct lines to Line 6 staff to report trouble or get useful information, but they are not paid employees of Line 6. Line 6 staff is generally aware of the most sensitive and/or active forum threads, and occasionally will post to certain threads. However, our forum is not the appropriate place to ask Line 6 for a response to your questions. Additionally, sending a private message to a Line 6 staff member does not guarantee a response.   Remember, if you need to contact our technical staff, we welcome you to do so at www.Line6.com/support. Here you can either create a support ticket or call our US or EU staffs.   Also, "Why is Line 6 not responding???" can mean "Why is Line 6 not fixing {insert issue}???" Again, Line 6 staff is generally aware of the most sensitive and/or active forum threads and issues. Please know that once we are aware of a given issue, we have to capture enough data to reproduce and understand the issue, create the resolution for the problem, test it, and make sure that nothing else is broken in the process. Unfortunately, the process takes weeks and sometimes even months, depending on the complexity of the issue, cooperation of other companies, and a variety of other factors. We appreciate your patience during those times, and we'll do even better at providing meaningful communications periodically.   In the end, we, your fellow musicians, truly want to resolve any such issues as quickly as possible so you can get back to making music with your Line 6 gear. We thank you for your patronage and your understanding.       Best Regards,   Line 6
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      Warning about downloaded tones, patches and presets   01/11/2016

      Please be aware that downloaded tones, patches and presets that were created by other users have the potential to be corrupted and not work correctly on the target device. Firewall/Antivirus/Internet security applications, Internet/video accelerators and proxy servers, among other things, can be causes of trouble with downloaded files.   If your device freezes, a rule of thumb is to back up your custom patches, reset the unit to its factory state, ensure the unit does not freeze while in this state, then load your patches one by one, testing after each load to determine which patch is faulty.   Otherwise, please contact our Customer Support team at www.Line6.com/support/tickets. Please be prepared to supply your backup file so that we can investigate your case further.

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  1. HX EFFECTS FAQ

    HX EFFECTS FAQ Ugh, I don’t wanna READ. Can’t I just watch some videos? Paul Hindmarsh’s Intro Video (5:57): Learning 80% of HX Effects in less time than it takes to listen to “Never Gonna Give You Up” (3:23): FAQs are for unwashed plebeians; can I just have the full manual? HX Effects Cheat Sheet (PDF): https://line6.com/da... - English .pdf HX Effects Owner’s Manual (PDF): https://line6.com/da... - English .pdf Is there preset compatibility between Helix and HX Effects? No preset compatibility between HX Effects and Helix Floor/Rack/LT/Native. Is this the new M13 or M9? Not really. HX Effects is much more powerful and flexible (and way deeper!) than M-Class processors. So then… it’s an effects-only version of Helix? Closer. HX Effects is designed for the guitarist and bassist who embraces traditional amp and pedalboard rigs. What effects does it have? HX Effects has all 117 effects models from Helix. In addition, we’ve included a Legacy library of 77 effects from M13, M9, M5, DL4, MM4, FM4, and DM4. It does not have any amp or cab blocks; however, it can load impulse responses (IRs) for parallel stage+FOH routings and acoustic guitar body resonance. Aww man, why couldn’t you give us just one amp model block? This box ain’t for you, my friend. It’s for your bandmates who love their real amps and pedals (like many of those who work at Line 6!). Will HX Effects have the new reverbs (and Multi Pass delay) from the Helix 2.50 update? Update it to 2.50 and it will. As 2.50 wasn’t finished when the first run of HX Effects was manufactured, initial shipping units may still be at 2.40. Download the latest version of Line 6 Updater here: www.line6.com/downloads How many effects can HX Effects run at once? Up to nine, DSP permitting. Can the effects be in any order? Yes. There’s a special Signal Flow menu for moving blocks around and routing them to parallel Path B, but for day-to-day operation, you just plug in and play. Could I throw this in the loop of my Helix to add additional DSP horsepower? I suppose you could—and with a single MIDI cable the presets would sync by default—but you probably won’t need to, as the Legacy effects in Helix firmware 2.50 use notably less DSP. Could I throw this in the loop of my Kemper, Fractal, or Atomic modeler to add a ton of new and classic Line 6 effects? Hmmm… That’s actually a pretty neat idea. Want a job? Hold up. Six stomp switches, nine blocks. Why the disparity? You can assign multiple blocks to the same switch and even toggle between them. Plus, you don’t have to waste a footswitch on any wah, volume pedal, or FX Loop-as-4-Cable Method blocks. So HX Effects supports 4-Cable Method? There are two mono effects loops (or one stereo effects loop) for inserting your favorite pedals anywhere into HX Effects’ signal flow and/or connecting to your amp(s) via 4CM or 7CM. There are even templates to get you started. How do I swap footswitch assignments? Touch-hold two footswitches and press OK. Footswitch assignments can be made independent of effects order. I see only three edit knobs. Press for more parameters. Touch an effect switch for one second and parameters spill across the switches so you can see them all at once. What about some of the cooler Helix features like snapshots, Pedal Edit mode, and assigning controllers in 3 seconds? Yes. How many presets and snapshots are there? HX Effects has 128 preset locations, each of which has four snapshots. Does HX Effects have true bypass? Yes. Press MODE and TAP to bypass HX Effects completely, either via analog relays or DSP with reverb and delay trails. Does HX Effects have a looper? Yes. The same looper from Helix can be added as one of the nine available effects. Does HX Effects have amp control outputs? Yes. Each of the two expression pedal inputs can be globally switched to act as a dual amp control output. So a total of four amp controls can be accommodated. Or two amp controls and one expression pedal. Or two expression pedals. Or neither, if you’re into the whole brevity thing. Can I use HX Effects to control other pedals? Absolutely, as well as Mac/PC/iOS* software over USB. Stomp mode switches or connected expression pedals can send a variety of MIDI messages and selecting a preset or snapshot can send up to six buffered commands. Just like its bigger brothers, HX Effects wants to be the command center of your guitar or bass rig. *iOS control requires the Apple Camera Connection Kit Can I customize the scribble strip labels and LED colors? I suppose since everyone else and their mom is doing it now , yeah. Is there a Mac/PC editor? The same HX Edit application works with Helix, Helix Rack/Control, Helix LT, and HX Effects, but when HX Effects is connected, it appears as just a librarian and IR loader for now. Just update it to version 2.50. We expect to update HX Edit with full editing capabilities for HX Effects later this spring. Does HX Effects have an audio interface? No—it’s designed for your pedalboard. It will send and receive MIDI data over USB, however. Can I power HX Effects from my DC pedalboard supply? Line 6 only officially supports operation with the included DC-3G. Using any power supply other than that supplied by Line 6 will void your warranty. Line 6 is not responsible for any damage incurred when using HX Effects with any third-party power supplies. HX Effects requires 2A bare minimum of clean DC. It uses a 2.5mm pin where most others use a 2.1mm pin. What’s the meaning of life? Be excellent to each other. San Dimas High School Football rules. Dimensions/weight? Is it smaller than M9? 10.8”w x 7.9”d x 2.8”h; 4.75lbs HX Effects is about 1/4” wider than M9 and maybe an inch deeper. It’s as small as we could possibly make it. What’s the price? HX Effects sells for $599.99 US MAP. When’s it shipping? HX Effects is in select North American dealers now; we expect it to appear in Europe and the rest of the world in mid-to-late February. If you snag one now, remember to update it to 2.50! Line 6 is not responsible for any damage incurred when using HX Effects with any third-party power supplies.
  2. Common Signal Flow Traits on the Helix

    The Helix is designed for the user to set up a number of signal flow combinations. It allows for unique situations that would normally be extremely difficult to set up in real life. They can now be easily arranged within the unit. For further reading, make you also check out the Helix manual section on Serial vs. Parallel Routing and Moving Split & Merge Blocks. View the Helix manual here Having said that, you can also get some un desirable results if you're not careful with how you set up your routing. These can include phasing issues, volume drop, or noise floor increase. *Notes about Inputs and outputs · 1/4" Returns are unbalanced. · All Helix ¼†outputs (main outs and Sends) are impedance balanced, so you can plug a TRS cable and go to another device’s balanced input and profit from some common-mode noise cancellation. . When the Helix outputs are set to line level, they are +4dBU nominal with approximately 15dB of headroom. When set to instrument level, they -10bBu. Or more simply, they are 20Vpp max input/output. Noise floor increase due to the introduction of Sends and Returns ​When using the Helix’s sends and returns the noise floor can be increased. This is due to the number of A/D converters now used in the signal chain. Most of the increase is negligible. However, it can become more noticeable if the sends/returns are placed in front of a high gain amp model such as the PV Panama (Peavy 5150) due to its inherent high noise floor. This phenomenon occurs on the Pod HD series as well. . Potential latency issues due to the introduction of Sends and Returns This is another one that you won't notice in most situations, but could arise given certain circumstances. The tiny amount of latency introduced from another set of A/D converters is impossible to hear on it's own. An issue could occur if you merge that pathway back with another serial pathway that wasn't going through that send/return. The millisecond delay may cause some undesirable phasing. Below I have pictured a signal path that might yield poor results. If you move the merge block before the Send/Return, then it would eliminate any potential phasing issues. Using Helix Hardware as an interface to record When using the Helix as an interface with a DAW, the signal routing can get a little confusing and it might become difficult to balance levels for monitoring. The typical set up would be guitar into Helix, then Helix to computer via USB. You would then monitor from the headphones, 1/4" or XLR outputs. Given that setup, the guitar and the DAW's playback are sharing the same monitoring. If you have the guitar going into the DAW and then back out, you will hear your guitar twice. You can mute the DAW's return of the guitar track to avoid this. Also, in this case the volume knob will control the total output making it tougher to balance the sound of the guitar and the DAW's playback. Try setting the volume knob to only control the feed you're monitoring, and it will no longer control the USB feed to your computer. You can also try making the playback volume adjustment from the DAW. Using Helix Hardware as an interface to record with Helix Native The above signal flow still applies, but a new level of complexity is added. Since the hardware is no longer processing the guitar, you can't mute your guitar tracks return feed, because you'll want to hear it. What works best is the set up the Helix with a blank preset, and then change the output block to your desired USB output. That way, the only thing you're hearing from the Helix is your DAW's return. Auto Impedance Switching With the Helix family, the default setting for the guitar input is auto impedance. The impedance will be determined by the first block in the signal chain. Even if the first block is bypassed, the impedance setting from that effect block will determine the input signal level. This automatic impedance will change the input volume and tone, this is most apparent with guitars that have passive pickups and are directly connected to the guitar in of Helix. Distortion Pedal Volume Drop Sometimes when adding a distortion/fuzz pedal, your signal volume drops. Here's a link to a great article written by our sound designer Ben Adrian that can explain in detail what's occurring. Although the article is written to describe what happens in the analogue world, it's affect can be experienced within the Helix and it's digital models. Distortion Pedal Volume Drop (and how hard diode clipping works)
  3. Helix Native FAQ

    Helix Native FAQ Q: Is Helix Native an entire Helix in a plugin? Yes. Helix Native features all the amp, cab, and effects models of Helix and Helix Rack, as well as IR loading. Its presets are fully compatible with Helix and Helix Rack hardware so you can effortlessly transfer your tones from the studio to the stage and back again. Q: Why did you make Helix Native plug-in? Because it’s the right thing to do. Helix is all about elegant solutions to musicians’ problems, and helps fulfill the studio-to-stage-and-back promise. With Helix Native, potentially weeks of work could be condensed down to a minute or two. Q: Is there a demo version to try out? Yes. You can try before they buy! A free trial is available at http://line6.com/software/ and is fully functional for 15 days. System Requirements Q: What are the supported Mac/PC System and Hardware Requirements and which Digital Audio Workstations are Helix Native be compatible with? Mac Computers: · Mac OS X 10.10 and 10.11 & macOS 10.12 · 64-bit AAX Native, Audio Units (AU), VST3 host DAW software · Supported Sample Rates: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements · Dual-Core 2.0GHz processor or faster · 4GB of RAM · 100MB of free disk space · Internet connection required for license authorization (and for trial version) Supported DAW and Plugin Formats (Mac) Windows Computers: · Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, & Windows 10 (64-bit only) · 64-bit AAX Native, VST3 or VST2 host DAW software · Supported Sample Rates: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz Minimum Hardware Requirements · Dual-Core 2.0GHz processor or faster · 4GB of RAM · 100MB of free disk space · Internet connection required for license authorization (and for trial version) Supported DAW and Plugin Formats (PC) *To ensure that VST2 is installed, please check the box for it in the Helix Native installer. Q: Will Helix Native work with iLok? There is no licensing available through iLok. It is authorized on first run of the plugin. Just log in with your Line 6 username and password and click "authorize computer". Q: How many computers can Helix Native be installed on with a single license? Licensing is tied to Line 6 accounts and up to four computers can share a single license. Q: I installed Helix Native and can't authorize my computer. What should do I do? You may have exceeded the limit of authorized devices for your Line 6 account. Visit http://line6.com/account/devices/ for more information on de-authorizing an old device. You may also contact Customer Service to resolve authorization issues. Customer Purchase Terms and Conditions Q: How can I purchase Helix Native? Worldwide customers can purchase Helix Native from http://shop.line6.com. Customers will select a Helix Native pricing tier and follow instructions on shop.line6.com to complete their purchase. There are 4 price tiers for a customer to purchase Helix Native: 1) Helix Native is available for $399.99 2) Helix Native is available for $99.99, with proof of purchase of Helix Floor or Helix Rack 3) Helix Native is available for $299.99, with proof of purchase of Helix LT or POD Farm Platinum 4) Helix Native is available for $349.99, with proof of purchase of POD Farm Standard Terms and Conditions apply to each customer purchase option. In the United States, customers can also purchase Helix Native from Sweetwater.com Q: What hardware products are eligible for the various pricing tiers listed above? Eligible Products include Helix® Floor, Helix® Rack, Helix® LT, POD® X3 (all models), POD Farm® Platinum, POD Farm® Standard, POD Studio® (all models), Tone Port™ UX8, Tone Port™ Silver bundle, and Tone Port™ Gold bundle only. Eligible Products must be purchased as new from an authorized Line 6 reseller and must be owned by the individual who purchases (or has purchased) an Eligible Product from a Line 6 reseller and registers (or has registered) the Eligible Product at for a period of no less than one hundred eighty (180) days in order to qualify for the Promotional Savings. Additional Terms and Conditions apply. Q: Do I need to provide proof of purchase to qualify for the discounted pricing tier? During the purchase of Helix Native, shop.line6.com will check for a registered hardware product in your Line 6 account in order to determine if you qualify for the discounted pricing tier. Hence, it is important that you register your eligible product before you try to purchase Helix Native at the discounted price. Q: Can I keep Helix Native if I return their my product? If you return your eligible products, that will break the Terms and Conditions of your purchase of Helix Native and may be required to pay the difference or may have your Helix Native license revoked. Additional Terms and Conditions apply. Q: If I have trouble taking advantage of the discounted price of Helix Native? If you purchase an eligible product as new, and you're having difficulty with purchasing Helix Native at a discounted pricing tier, you can contact Line 6 Customer Support at Line6.com/support/tickets to extend the pricing discount after verification of the purchase and eligible product. Q: How many parameters can be automated in Helix Native? Parameters and/or block bypass states can be automated by assigning them to automation channels (16 knobs and 16 switches) in your DAW (up to 16 per instance). Q: Why did you limit the presets in Helix Native to the hardware? In order to maintain preset compatibility, Helix Native presets have the same constraints as Helix hardware products. Q: How many models will be available at launch? 62+ Amps, 37+ Cabs, 16 mics, and 101+ Effects. This is equivalent to Helix firmware 2.21. Q: I've just updated my Helix hardware’s firmware to x.xx, how can I be sure my patches will be compatible? There will be a statement in the About box for Helix Native that states which version of Helix Firmware is patch compatible. Q: Will Helix Control work with Helix Native connected via USB? FBV? Not at this time. Q: Will Helix Native support external MIDI for patch changes or parameter control? Not at launch. Q: Will there be updates for Helix Native like there is with Helix hardware? Our goal is to update models simultaneously in order to keep compatibility with Helix hardware. Q: I bought Helix Native and don't like it, can I return it? The standard return policy is 30 days from the date of purchase. Q: Will the UI be resizable? Not at launch. We are working on it. Q: Will Helix Native support Retina displays (2x resolution)? Not at launch. Q: Will there be undo/redo functionality? Not at launch. To be determined. Some DAWs can use the compare A/B to get around this. Q: Will Helix Native support Snapshots? Not at launch, but we are working on it. Q: Will Helix Native have a built-in tuner? Not at launch. Q: Will there be a stand alone version? Not at launch. Q: Are POD Farm presets compatible? No. POD Farm presets are not compatible, as they use an entirely different generation of amp and effect models. Q: Will Helix Native presets be compatible with my Helix hardware presets? Yes. At the time of writing, presets made with version 2.20 version firmware will be compatible with Helix Native, this primarily means that all of the processing models and blocks will be available. Presets downloaded from CustomTone.com will also be compatible. However, there are some caveats: Input and Output routing will be passing through to the DAW channel in/out. Sending to Path 2A/2B works. Noise Gate is functional from the input block. Variax settings are ignored. Guitar In-Z is ignored. Global parameters will not be accessible in the plugin Global EQ is not available in the plugin Send/Return blocks are ignored (bypassed) in the plugin IRs are supported, but must be stored in the 'Impulses' folder locally on the computer. Bypass Assignments and Controllers Assignments are ignored, and are instead triggered by incoming MIDI commands or automation channels. (see Helix MIDI spec) Command Center is not available in the plugin
  4. Relay G70/75 FAQ

    Q: How does the G70/75 system work with other Line 6 Wireless? Even with RF2/RF3 co-habitability, that does not necessarily mean that every channel will work in the same environment. Check out the chart below to see what channels are available when using our other Relay products. Note: The G70/75 will only work in the same environment as current RF2 wireless systems. Those relay systems with older firmware (v1.0) limited to using RF 1 will not work. Q: What are the dimensions of the receivers? G70 receiver Height 2.06" Width 5.53" Length 4.06" G75 receiver Height 2.63" Width 6.22" Length 4.65" Q: Are all Line 6 Wireless receivers and transmitters interchangable with the G70/75? A: No, Only G70/75 receiver work with the TB516G transmitter Q: How is the Relay G70/75 receiver powered? A: The receiver is powered by the supplied micro USB power supply, or an optional DC-1g Q: What are the frequencies for the cable tone? Q: How do I update the firmware for my G70/75? Check out the instructions here! Q: My Windows system won't update the G70/75 When attempting to update the TBP516G transmitter using Windows 7, some users have reported that the transmitter either does not establish a connection via USB, or loses the connection during the update. It is worth noting that Windows supplies the driver for the Relay G70/G75 transmitter. There are two scenarios where the transmitter is not recognized by the updater app after connecting via USB: the updater is launched before the transmitter drivers have finished installing. This may occur more often on slower computers, computers that already have several open windows or processes, or with machines that have a slower internet connection. the "Driver not successfully installed" message appears. In this case, click "Change settings" then choose "Yes, do this automatically (recommended)" in the Device Installation Settings dialogue box, then select "Save Changes". In the event the "Driver not installed" message box is not present, you can navigate to Device Installation Settings using the following steps: Click Start, type “devices and printers†in the search box, and then click Devices and Printers. Under Devices, right-click the icon for the computer, and then click Device installation settings. Choose "Yes, do this automatically (recommended)" and select "Save Changes" button. After changing this setting, remove the USB cable, then insert it again so that Windows can detect the transmitter and install the driver for it. It is possible to see the transmitter update fail shortly after it starts. This can occur if one of the transmitter drivers has not finished installing before you initiate an update. In this case, the updater will typically display that the firmware version is unknown. The workaround here is to wait until the driver completes installation, or disconnect the USB cable, reconnect it, then start the update again.
  5. Line 6 Floorboard: ONLY Compatible with: AX212, 1st Generation POD/BassPOD, POD Pro (labeled "Pedal" above Cat 5 Connector"), 1st Generation of Spider (Red Faced) Flextone 1, Flextone II, Flextone HD. FB4: ONLY Compatible with: AX212, 1st Generation POD/BassPOD (labeled "Pedal" above Cat 5 Connector"), 1st Generation of Spider (Red Faced) Flextone 1, Flextone II, Flextone HD. FBV4: Works With: Flextone™ III, Vetta™, Vetta™ II, HD147®, Douverb®, PODxt™, PODxt Pro™, Bass PODxt™, and Bass PODxt Pro™ Spider II, Spider III, Spider Jam, Spider IV, POD XT,POD X3, POD X3 Pro, POD XT Pro, AMPLIFi series, Firehawk 1500. Does NOT Work with: Ax212™, Flextone™ I, II or HD, POD™ 2.0, POD Pro™, Bass POD™, Bass POD Pro™ and Spider 1 FBV or FBX Longboard: http://line6.com/footcontrollers/fbv.html Works With: Flextone™ III, Vetta™, Vetta™ II, HD147®, Douverb®, PODxt™, PODxt Pro™, Bass PODxt™,POD X3, POD X3 Pro,Bass PODxt Pro™ Spider II, Spider III, Spider Jam. NOT compatible with Ax212™, Flextone™ I, II or HD, POD® Pro, Bass POD®, Bass POD® Pro and 1st Generation (Red Faced) Spider™ Spider IV, Spider Valve, Spider Valve MKII, POD HD **FBV is only compatible with POD 2.0 units with pedal jacks labelled "FBV Pedal." It is not compatible with older units which have pedal jacks labelled simply "Pedal." *FBV is not compatible with Spider II 15 or Spider III 15. FBV Express MK1(Does not have USB Port): http://line6.com/footcontrollers/fbvexpress.html Compatible With: Spider Valve, Spider Valve MKII, Spider II, Spider III, Spider Jam, Spider IV, Flextone IIi, Vetta, Vetta II, HD147, POD 2.0, POD XT, POD XT Pro, POD X3, POD X3 Pro, Bass POD XT, LowDown, POD HD Desktop/HD Pro NOT compatible with: Ax212™, Flextone™ I, II or HD, POD® Pro, Bass POD®, Bass POD® Pro and Spider 1 *FBV Express is not compatible with with Spider II 15 or Spider III 15. **FBV Express is only compatible with POD 2.0 units with pedal jacks labelled "FBV Pedal." It is not compatible with older units which have pedal jacks labelled simply "Pedal." ****FBV Express Mark 1 is not officially supported for Spider V, but it will not damage the amp. FBV Shortboard MK1 (Does Not Have USB Port): http://line6.com/footcontrollers/fbvshortboard.html Compatible With: Spider Valve, Spider Valve MKII, Spider II, Spider III, Spider Jam, Spider IV, Flextone III, Vetta, Vetta II, HD147, POD 2.0, POD XT, POD XT Pro, POD X3, POD X3 Pro, Bass POD XT, LowDown, POD HD NOT compatible with: Ax212™, Flextone™ I, II or HD, POD® Pro, Bass POD®, Bass POD® Pro and Spider 1 *FBV Shortboard is not compatible with with Spider II 15 or Spider III 15. **FBV Shortboard is only compatible with POD 2.0 units with pedal jacks labelled "FBV Pedal." It is not compatible with older units which have pedal jacks labelled simply "Pedal." ****FBV Shortboard Mark 1 is not officially supported for Spider V, but it will not damage the amp. FBV2 (Does Not Have USB Port) http://line6.com/footcontrollers/ Compatible With: Spider Valve, Spider Valve MKII, Spider II, Spider III, Spider Jam, Spider IV, Spider V, Flextone III, Vetta, Vetta II, HD147, POD 2.0, POD XT, POD XT Pro, NOT compatible with Ax212™, Flextone™ I, II or HD, POD® Pro, Bass POD®, Bass POD® Pro and Spider 1, POD HD Series, Lowdown, AMPLIFi series *FBV2 is not compatible with Spider II 15 or Spider III 15. **FBV2 is only compatible with POD 2.0 units with pedal jacks labelled "FBV Pedal." It is not compatible with older units which have pedal jacks labelled simply "Pedal." FBV Express MKII: http://line6.com/footcontrollers/fbvexpressmkii.html Compatible With: Spider Valve, Spider Valve MKII, Spider II, Spider III, Spider Jam, Spider IV, Spider V, Flextone III, Vetta, Vetta II, HD147, POD 2.0, POD XT, POD XT Pro, POD X3, POD X3 Pro, Bass POD XT, LowDown, POD HD series, Amplifi series, Firehawk 1500 NOT compatible with: Ax212™, Flextone™ I, II or HD, POD® Pro, Bass POD®, Bass POD® Pro and Spider 1 *FBV Express MKII is not compatible with Spider II 15 or Spider III 15. **FBV Express MKII is only compatible with POD 2.0 units with pedal jacks labelled "FBV Pedal." It is not compatible with older units which have pedal jacks labelled simply "Pedal." FBV Shortboard MKII: http://line6.com/footcontrollers/fbvshortboardmkii.html Compatible With: Spider Valve, Spider Valve MKII, Spider II, Spider III, Spider Jam, Spider IV, Spider V, Flextone IIi, Vetta, Vetta II, HD147, POD 2.0, POD XT, POD XT Pro, POD X3, POD X3 Pro, Bass POD XT, LowDown, POD HD series, Amplifi series. Firehawk 1500 NOT compatible with: Ax212™, Flextone™ I, II or HD, POD® Pro, Bass POD®, Bass POD® Pro and Spider 1 *FBV Shortboard MKII is not compatible with Spider II 15 or Spider III 15. **FBV Shortboard MKII is only compatible with POD 2.0 units with pedal jacks labelled "FBV Pedal." It is not compatible with older units which have pedal jacks labelled simply "Pedal." FBV 3 Compatible With: Firehawk 1500, Amplifi series, Pod HD Pro, Pod Hd Pro X, Spider V, Spider IV series, Spider Valve MKII, Spider III HD150, Spider III HD75. Spider III 150, Spider III 120, Spider III 75, Spider Jam NOTE: When using the FBV 3 with the Spider IV and Spider Valve MKII series, the FBV 3 cannot be used as the interface to update or edit the amps with your computer. The FBV MKII pedals (Shortboard and Express) must be used for that functionality. Assignable color LEDs available for use with Firehawk 1500 only. LEDs are red when FBV 3 is used with other Line 6 products. Not Compatible With: Ax212™, Flextone™ I, II or HD, POD® Pro, Bass POD®, Bass POD® Pro and Spider 1 Note: All other gear not listed as compatible will have limited functionality and usage is not recommended. The Shortboard MKII will have better compatibility with legacy products. Other Helpful Links: Manuals: http://line6.com/support/manuals/ (Note: when using our amps the guide to using your footcontroller is generally in the amp's manual under the Using Your Feet section.) Pedal Compatibilty Chart for Older Products: http://line6.com/footcontrollers/compatibility.html
  6. Spider V 30/60/120/240/240HC FAQ

    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. 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* USB connection 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" 1/4†Guitar input and 1/8†Stereo Aux input 1/4†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" 1/4†Guitar input and 1/8†Stereo Aux input 1/4†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" 1/4†Guitar input and 1/8†Stereo Aux input 1/4†Headphone output ​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" 1/4†Guitar input and 1/8†Stereo Aux input 1/4†Headphone output Stereo XLR output True stereo amp USB FBV foot controller port Spider V 240HDC Specs 240 watts (speaker outs) Two 4†speakers and two tweeters for stand-alone practicing (50-watts) Weight: 28 lbs 2 oz Dimensions: H: 11" W: 27.5" D: 11" 1/4†Guitar input and 1/8†Stereo Aux input 1/4†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.
  7. Firehawk 1500 FAQ

    Full List and Descriptions of FIREHAWK 1500 Amps, Cabs, and Effects FIREHAWK 1500 Specs · 29 HD Amp Models · 25 HD Effects Models · 78 POD Farm Amp Models · 95 POD Farm Effects Models · 8 simultaneous effects · 128 Onboard Presets · 5 FX on/off, channel and bank footswitches with colored LED rings · 1/4" 1M-Ohm guitar input, VDI (Variax), Expression Pedal · Onboard tone controls, plus Volume, Wah, and FX Knob · USB connection to use Firehawk 1500 as an audio interface with your recording programs · Balanced XLR Main Outs, 1/4" stereo full-range balanced outputs, 1/4" Amp Out, 1/4" TRS Headphone Output · 1/4" Send, with Stereo 1/4" Returns, switchable. 1/4" XLR combo monitor ins · Bluetooth Audio Streaming and Control for playing along with your music library (compatible with iOS, Android, Mac and PC) · Detailed editing via Bluetooth® Remote app for Android and iOS · Tone Searching · Tap tempo/tuner · Power Switch · Weight: 63 lbs · Dimensions: H: 20" W: 26" D: 11.5" FIREHAWK 1500 Remote app Specs · Remotely control amp parameters to dial in your sound · Search a cloud-based library of thousands of tones · Create, save and recall unlimited presets in the cloud · Share tones via Twitter and Facebook · Automatic tone matching instantly provides the perfect tones for jamming with songs in your music library · Compatible with iOS 8.0+. Made for iPhone® 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4, iPad® (3rd and 4th generation), iPad 2, iPad mini and iPod touch® (5th generation) · Compatible Android devices running OS v4.2 or better: Samsung® Galaxy S®5, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note® Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note II, HTC® One M8, HTC One M7, Motorola® Moto® X, Google® Nexus® 7, Amazon Kindle Fire HDX, ASUS® MeMo Pad 8, ASUS Fonepad, ASUS PadFone, LG® G2, LG Optimus, LG F7, LG Nexus 4. Generally speaking, although not qualified, any Android phone, tablet or phablet will work, provided it is able to run the required Android OS version. Q: What type of devices can FIREHAWK 1500 stream Bluetooth audio from? A: Firehawk 1500 can stream Bluetooth audio from any Android™ device, iOS device, and Mac® or PC equipped with Bluetooth. Q: How do I pair my Bluetooth device with FIREHAWK 1500? A: To pair the Firehawk 1500 with your Bluetooth device: · Enable Bluetooth on the device you would like to stream audio from. · Put the FIREHAWK 1500 into ‘Pairing Mode’ by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button located to the left of the FIREHAWK 1500 logo- it will begin to flash to indicate it is in ‘Pairing Mode’. · Within the Bluetooth options of your device an entry for ‘FIREHAWK 1500’ will appear. · Select the ‘FIREHAWK 1500’ entry and pair with it - the Bluetooth LED will stop flashing and become solidly lit blue. Q: How do I update the FIREHAWK 1500's firmware? A: We always recommend that you run the latest firmware on your FIREHAWK 1500. Your FIREHAWK 1500 Remote application will inform you whenever a firmware update is available, so you'll always know you have the latest version! Q: What Bluetooth version is used in FIREHAWK 1500? What Bluetooth codecs are supported? A: We use a Bluetooth solution that supports Bluetooth 2.1. We only support the SBC codec at this time. Q: What Apple® iOS devices is Firehawk Remote compatible with? A: Firehawk Remote requires iOS 8.0 and is compatible with the following iOS devices: iPhone 6s/6s Plus iPhone 6/6 Plus iPhone 5S iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPhone 4 iPad Pro iPad Air/Air2 iPad 4 iPad 3 iPad 2 iPad mini/mini 2/mini 3/mini 4 iPod 5 Q: How can I reset the FIREHAWK 1500 to its default settings? A: Press and hold the Master Volume knob and the Navigation Encoder (the scroll wheel) as you power up the unit. Unfortunately, any patches not backed up to My Tones prior to the reset will be lost Q: What can I do if I am experiencing Bluetooth connectivity issues between my Bluetooth device and the FIREHAWK 1500? A: For troubleshooting steps about Bluetooth connectivity and usage, check out our Bluetooth Connectivity FAQ HERE. Q: What should I do If I am experiencing connection issues with the FIREHAWK 1500 Remote app when I switch back and forth between apps on my iOS device? A: An important thing to note about the FIREHAWK Remote app functionality is that in addition to the iOS Bluetooth connection between your FIREHAWK and your iOS device, there is a secondary 'sync' connection between the amp and the app. Each time you minimize/close the app, the connection between the FIREHAWK Remote app and the FIREHAWK will need to be re-established, even if your iOS device is reporting that the FIREHAWK is connected via 'Bluetooth'. In this case, re-opening the FIREHAWK Remote app will automatically re-establish the connection within a few seconds. Make sure to look at the main menu of the FIREHAWK Remote app and wait for it to indicate that your FIREHAWK is 'connected' before moving forward using the app. If it does not automatically re-connect, close the FIREHAWK Remote app by double-tapping your iOS home key, then sliding the FIREHAWK Remote app window up and off the screen. Relaunch the FIREHAWK Remote app and it should re-sync itself with the FIREHAWK . Android devices usually have a function that lists all open programs where you can slide the app left or right to close it. Relaunch the FIREHAWK Remote app and it should re-sync itself with the hardware. Q: Can the FIREHAWK Remote App stream songs that are stored in the cloud and not on my mobile device? A: No. The FIREHAWK Remote App can only play back songs that are stored on your mobile device. Within the FIREHAWK Remote App settings, you can enable 'Hide Songs Not On Device' so that you only see songs that are stored on your mobile device when playing music from your Library. The Android app does not have this setting, but still only plays back songs stored on the device. Q: How can I search for a specific tone if I don't have the song or artist in my Library? A: To search for a specific tone, go to your Library within FIREHAWK Remote and pick any artist, then one of their albums, and then any song. This will begin to play the song and present you with a list of tones that match the song that is playing. You can then swipe down from the top of the tone list to unveil a ‘Search Tone Cloud’ field where you can search for an artist or song name to find tones without having the song or artist in your library. Q: Can I use the FIREHAWK Remote app to load or edit tone files from my other existing Line 6 products? A: The FIREHAWK Remote app is only compatible with tone files created with the AMPLIFi family of products. Q: Can I use the FIREHAWK Remote app with a Line 6 Mobile In or Sonic Port? A: No. The FIREHAWK Remote app is only compatible with the FIREHAWK 1500. Q: What is the USB input on the back panel of FIREHAWK 1500 for? A: It's used to update the unit with a Windows computer, and to record to your DAW. Q: Where can I register my FIREHAWK 1500? A: After logging into or creating a Line 6 user account HERE, you can go HERE and enter in your serial number that is found on the back of your FIREHAWK 1500, it begins with '(21)PTM', simply fill in the remaining digits. Q: Where can I provide my feedback or make a suggestion about FIREHAWK 1500? A: We encourage you to visit our IdeaScale portal HERE and let us know about your ideas and suggestions. Q: Is there a forum where I can discuss FIREHAWK 1500 with other FIREHAWK 1500 users? A: We have a forum dedicated specifically to Firehawk 1500 available HERE. Q: Where can I find information on the warranty that is included with the FIREHAWK 1500? A: You can find all of the available information on the Firehawk 1500's warranty HERE. Q: What do I if my FIREHAWK 1500 is in need of repair? A: You can find all of the available information on how to arrange a repair HERE.
  8. HELIX Support FAQ

    Will there be an iOS or Android editor? ​Probably not, Helix's presets are extremely large, and syncing 1024 tones would take forever. As Helix is more at home in larger studios and on larger tours, it makes sense to support Mac/PC editing. Can I reamp? Yes, You can reamp two instruments simultaneously. You can even choose which two physical inputs will be sent dry to your DAW. Does Helix have delay or reverb spillover? Delays, Reverbs and FX Loops have bypass trails, where they'll continue to ring out after being bypassed (if desired). But this currently no delay or reverb spillover when changing presets. Why isn't there a metal protection bar for the knobs? Helix's top panel is carved from a solid block of aluminum (like a Macbook Pro you can stomp on) and its side panels and treadle are solid aluminum as well. There's no metal protection bar because our 210 pound lead tester kicked the crap out of it and the metal knobs worked flawlessly. How do I get Helix's footswitch mapping to be like HD500X's? Stay in Preset footswitch mode. Then, the Global Settings > Footswitches menu, set: *Knob 2 (Preset mode Switches) to "Lower Row" *Knob 4 (Up/Down Switches) to "Banks" How do i customize a footswitch's label and LED color? There are two ways. *From the Footswitch Assign screen, as long as the current block is assigned to a footswitch, press Knob 6 (Customize) *From the Command Center screen, select Footswitch 1-6, 7-11, or Exp Toe and press Knob 6 (Customize) The Helix Modeling Engine Is this the same old HD engine? No, Helix utilizes an all new from the ground up advanced dual DSP processor architecture with HX models. Are ALL the models HX? Not quite. The reverbs and 8 our of 10 wahs are HD, but they've been enhanced and tweaked for inclusion in HX. The popular Line 6 custom amps Elektrik, Doom, and Epic are technically HD, but have been rebuilt inside the HX engine and many advantages of HX. All other amps, cabs, and effcts have been modeled in HX from the ground up. I noticed some model names are the same as in the HD models packs. Are you sure they aren't HD? The all new models in the HD model packs came from the original Helix modeling sessions (except for the Pete Anderson Custom which is based on POD 2.0!), but they’ve been stripped down somewhat to run on the HD architecture. Where are the deep cab parameters? Instead of reso, thump, etc., Helix has mic distance, Low Cut, and High Cut. Model list/DSP Allocation Will the I see the DSP LIMIT REACHED message like in HD500X? Why are some items in the model list grayed out? Even though Helix has 2.3 times the DSP power of HD500X, and we have more efficient code optimization, HX models are notably more sophisticated than HD. In practice, you should get about 50% more blocks than HD500X and 60% more than HD500. However, the message popping up and telling you you've run out of DSP is gone. Instead, Helix intelligently grays out and skips over any models that can't be accommodated. How can I move a block from Path 1 to 2 (or vice versa) Currently, Helix cannot move blocks between paths. You can, however, copy and paste blocks from one path to the other (even in a different preset) How do I create parallel paths? 1. Highlight a block you want to move to a parallel path a press ACTION to "pick it up" 2. Move the joystick down to move the block to the parallel path. Troubleshooting I hear some distortion/clipping from my headphone out. Why? Helix's headphone out is designed to drive even high impedance studio headphones. If you use low impedance headphones, you may hear a bit of distortion when cranked all thew way. This is normal. Why is the AUX IN volume different from the guitar in? Helix's AUX IN has a 10k Ohm impedance, and is meant to accommodate guitars or basses with louder active pickups or line-level mono synths. My SPDF output is low The SPDF output is a copy of the internal levels. The master will not affect the output volume. If you are experiencing a quiet output with SPDF, you can add volume somewhere in the patch. Add channel volume on the amp model, or even output gain on a some dynamics. Remember that a lot of patches have lower db due to compression and EQ. Mystery Train has a lot of low end cut out of the patch that would lower the total db, but still keep the perceived volume around the same as something with higher db and more low end. Helix Rack and Control What's the difference between Helix and Helix Rack? Along with the Helix Control Remote, Helix Rack's workflow and feature set is virtually identical to that of Helix. Plus you get duplicate expression pedal jacks, a 1/4" analog bypass (buffered) output, AES/EBU in and Wordclock in with terminator switch. Presets can be freely shared across both units with no file conversion required. Is Helix Control powered from Helix Rack? Why is there a DC IN jack? Yes, Helix Control is powered from Helix Rack. if you leave its power switch on, turning Helix Rack on and off will also affect Helix Control. The DC IN is for very long cable lengths (TBD, but probably over 100 feet) and for possible future use. Helix Control does not ship with a DC-3G, as it's not necessary. Why does Helix control have a USB connector? For potential future use. Helix's Control firmware is updatable, but only while connected to the Helix Rack. which would be connected via USB to a Mac or PC. Do not connect Helix Control's local USB jack to a Mac/Pc, at last for now. Why is Helix Rack 3 spaces? Couldn't you have crammed it into 2 spaces? No, but we tried. The color screen is far too large and there are too many ins and outs to fit into 2RU. What kind of expression pedal do I use with my Helix? You can use either the Line 6 EX-1 or the Mission Engineering EP1-L6. Helix LT What am I not getting with the Helix LT? First, remember that the Helix modeling engine is exactly the same as the rack and main floor unit. All units in the Helix family will sound the same, and you will be able to transfer patches between them all. The biggest thing missing is the scribble strips and a must leaner I/O. Click here to check out all its specs. Is the on pedal screen the same? ​Yup, completely identical. Weights and Measurements Rack: 19 x 5.05 x 8.80 inches, 11.9 lbs Control: 17.09 x 9.46 x 2.58 inches, 7.3 lbs Floor: 22.05 x 11.85 x 3.58 inches, 14.7 lbs LT: 20.87 x 11.93 x 3.66 inches, 12.5 lbs
  9. Firehawk FAQ

    Full List and Descriptions of FIREHAWK FX Amps, Cabs, and Effects FIREHAWK FX Specs · 29 HD Amp Models · 25 HD Effects Models · 78 POD Farm Amp Models · 95 POD Farm Effects Models · 8 simultaneous effects · 128 Onboard Presets · 5 FX on/off, channel and bank footswitches with colored LED rings · 1/4" 1M-Ohm guitar input, VDI (Variax), Expression Pedal · Onboard tone controls, plus Volume, Wah, and FX Knob · USB connection to use Firehawk as an audio interface with your recording programs · Balanced XLR Main Outs, 1/4" stereo full-range balanced outputs, 1/4" Amp Out, 1/4" TRS Headphone Output · 1/4" Send, with Stereo 1/4" Returns, switchable · Bluetooth Audio Streaming and Control for playing along with your music library (compatible with iOS, Android, Mac and PC) · Detailed editing via Bluetooth® Remote app for Android and iOS · Tone Searching · Tap tempo/tuner · Power Switch · Rugged construction with bent metal chassis · Weight: 14 lbs · Dimensions: H: 3 1/4" W: 20" D: 10 1/4" FIREHAWK FX Remote app · Remotely control amp parameters to dial in your sound · Search a cloud-based library of thousands of tones · Create, save and recall unlimited presets in the cloud · Share tones via Twitter and Facebook · Automatic tone matching instantly provides the perfect tones for jamming with songs in your music library · Compatible with iOS 8.0+. Made for iPhone® 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4, iPad® (3rd and 4th generation), iPad 2, iPad mini and iPod touch® (5th generation) · Compatible Android devices running OS v4.2 or better: Samsung® Galaxy S®5, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note® Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note II, HTC® One M8, HTC One M7, Motorola® Moto® X, Google® Nexus® 7, Amazon Kindle Fire HDX, ASUS® MeMo Pad 8, ASUS Fonepad, ASUS PadFone, LG® G2, LG Optimus, LG F7, LG Nexus 4. Generally speaking, although not qualified, any Android phone, tablet or phablet will work, provided it is able to run the required Android OS version. Q: What type of devices can FIREHAWK FX stream Bluetooth audio from? A: Firehawk FX can stream Bluetooth audio from any Android™ device, iOS device, and Mac® or PC equipped with Bluetooth. Q: What Apple® iOS devices is Firehawk Remote compatible with? A: Firehawk Remote requires iOS 8.0 and is compatible with the following iOS devices: iPhone 6s/6s Plus iPhone 6/6 Plus iPhone 5S iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPad Pro iPad Air/Air2 iPad 4 iPad 3 iPad 2 iPad mini/mini 2/mini 3/mini 4 iPod 5 Q: How do I pair my Bluetooth device with FIREHAWK FX? A: To pair the Firehawk FX with your Bluetooth device: · Enable Bluetooth on the device you would like to stream audio from. · Put the FIREHAWK FX into ‘Pairing Mode’ by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button located to the left of the FIREHAWK FX logo- it will begin to flash to indicate it is in ‘Pairing Mode’. · Within the Bluetooth options of your device an entry for ‘FIREHAWK FX’ will appear. · Select the ‘FIREHAWK FX’ entry and pair with it - the Bluetooth LED will stop flashing and become solidly lit blue. Q: How do I update the FIREHAWK FX's firmware? A: We always recommend that you run the latest firmware on your FIREHAWK FX. Your FIREHAWK FX Remote application will inform you whenever a firmware update is available, so you'll always know you have the latest version! Q: What Bluetooth version is used in FIREHAWK FX? What Bluetooth codecs are supported? A: We use a Bluetooth solution that supports Bluetooth 2.1. We only support the SBC codec at this time. Q: How can I reset the FIREHAWK FX to its default settings? A: To perform a factory reset and restore the FIREHAWK FX to factory settings, press and hold the Master Volume knob and the Tap button as you power up the unit. Unfortunately, any patches not backed up to My Tones prior to the reset will be lost Q: What can I do if I am experiencing Bluetooth connectivity issues between my Bluetooth device and the FIREHAWK FX? A: For troubleshooting steps about Bluetooth connectivity and usage, check out our Bluetooth Connectivity FAQ HERE. Q: What should I do If I am experiencing connection issues with the FIREHAWK FX Remote app when I switch back and forth between apps on my iOS device? A: An important thing to note about the FIREHAWK FX Remote app functionality is that in addition to the iOS Bluetooth connection between your FIREHAWK FX and your iOS device, there is a secondary 'sync' connection between the amp and the app. Each time you minimize/close the app, the connection between the FIREHAWK FX Remote app and the FIREHAWK FX will need to be re-established, even if your iOS device is reporting that the FIREHAWK FX is connected via 'Bluetooth'. In this case, re-opening the FIREHAWK FX Remote app will automatically re-establish the connection within a few seconds. Make sure to look at the main menu of the FIREHAWK FX Remote app and wait for it to indicate that your FIREHAWK FX is 'connected' before moving forward using the app. If it does not automatically re-connect, close the FIREHAWK FX Remote app by double-tapping your iOS home key, then sliding the FIREHAWK FX Remote app window up and off the screen. Relaunch the FIREHAWK FX Remote app and it should re-sync itself with the FIREHAWK FX. Android devices usually have a function that lists all open programs where you can slide the app left or right to close it. Relaunch the FIREHAWK FX Remote app and it should re-sync itself with the hardware. Q: Can the FIREHAWK FX Remote App stream songs that are stored in the cloud and not on my mobile device? A: No. The FIREHAWK FX Remote App can only play back songs that are stored on your mobile device. Within the FIREHAWK FX Remote App settings, you can enable 'Hide Songs Not On Device' so that you only see songs that are stored on your mobile device when playing music from your Library. The Android app does not have this setting, but still only plays back songs stored on the device. Q: How can I search for a specific tone if I don't have the song or artist in my Library? A: To search for a specific tone, go to your Library within FIREHAWK FX Remote and pick any artist, then one of their albums, and then any song. This will begin to play the song and present you with a list of tones that match the song that is playing. You can then swipe down from the top of the tone list to unveil a ‘Search Tone Cloud’ field where you can search for an artist or song name to find tones without having the song or artist in your library. Q: Can I use the FIREHAWK FX Remote app to load or edit tone files from my other existing Line 6 products? A: The FIREHAWK FX Remote app is only compatible with tone files created with the AMPLIFi family of products. Q: Can I use the FIREHAWK FX Remote app with a Line 6 Mobile In or Sonic Port? A: No. The FIREHAWK FX Remote app is only compatible with the FIREHAWK FX pedal board. Q: What is the USB input on the back panel of FIREHAWK FX for? A: It's used to update the unit with a Windows computer, and to record to your DAW. Q: Where can I register my FIREHAWK FX? A: After logging into or creating a Line 6 user account HERE, you can go HERE and enter in your serial number that is found on the bottom of your FIREHAWK FX, it begins with '(21)PTM', simply fill in the remaining digits. Q: Where can I provide my feedback or make a suggestion about FIREHAWK FX? A: We encourage you to visit our IdeaScale portal HERE and let us know about your ideas and suggestions. Q: Is there a forum where I can discuss FIREHAWK FX with other FIREHAWK FX users? A: We have a forum dedicated specifically to Firehawk FX available HERE. Q: Where can I find information on the warranty that is included with the FIREHAWK FX? A: You can find all of the available information on the Firehawk FX's warranty HERE. Q: What do I if my FIREHAWK FX is in need of repair? A: You can find all of the available information on how to arrange a repair HERE.
  10. AMPLIFi 75 & 150 User Manual AMPLIFi FX100 User Manual Full List and Descriptions of AMPLIFi Amps, Cabs, and Effects AMPLIFi 30/75 / 150 / FX100 / TT - Presets List AMPLIFi 75 & 150 Firmware Release Notes AMPLIFi Remote App Release Notes CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on Bluetooth Pairing your AMPLIFi. CLICK HERE for a tutorial on updating your AMPLIFi using a Windows PC. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on updating your AMPLIFi using an iOS device. CLICK HERE for a video overview of the AMPLIFi 30, 75 & 150 features, controls, and connections. CLICK HERE for a video overview of the outputs on the AMPLIFi FX100. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating, editing, and saving tones with AMPLIFi Remote. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on publishing and managing tones with AMPLIFi Remote. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on calibrating the expression pedal of the AMPLIFi FX100. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on how to perform a factory reset on your AMPLIFi FX100. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Jimi Hendrix Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a David Gilmour Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Van Halen Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Robert Smith (the Cure) Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Andy Summers (the Police) Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Josh Farro (Paramore) Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a KISS Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Black Keys Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Randy Rhoads Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a John Frusciante Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Pete Townshend Tone. CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on creating a Bradley Nowell Tone. AMPLIFi Series Features and Specs Bluetooth streaming audio (compatible with most Android, iOS and Mac or PC devices) 100 onboard presets Tap tempo/tuner Compatible with Line 6 FBV 3 / FBV MkII Foot Controllers USB connection AMPLIFi 30 Specs 30 watts Dual 2" 2-way custom speakers Weight: 5 lbs 6 oz Dimensions: H: 8.25"" W: 10.5" D: 5" 1/4†Guitar input and 1/8†Stereo Aux input 1/4†Headphone output Stereo Wet/Dry Effects for immersive sound USB FBV foot controller port AMPLIFi 75 Specs 75 watts 8†custom speaker 2 mid-frequency drivers 2 high-frequency drivers Weight: 20 lbs 8 oz Dimensions: H: 12.5" W: 17.5" D: 8" 1/4†Guitar input and 1/8†Stereo Aux input 1/4†Headphone output Stereo Wet/Dry Effects for immersive sound USB FBV foot controller port AMPLIFi 150 Specs 150 watts 12†custom Celestion speaker 2 mid-frequency drivers 2 high-frequency drivers Weight: 35 lbs 10 oz Dimensions: H: 16.25" W: 22.5" D: 9.5" 1/4†Guitar input and 1/8†Stereo Aux input 1/4†Headphone output Stereo Wet/Dry Effects for immersive sound USB FBV foot controller port AMPLIFi FX100 Specs Change presets and switch banks using 4 pro-quality, backlit footswitches Rugged construction with bent metal chassis Weight: 7 lbs 6 oz Dimensions: H: 3" W: 17 3/4" D: 9 1/4" 1/4" Guitar input 1/4" Headphone output, 1/4" stereo full-range balanced outputs and 1/4" Amp output USB AMPLIFi TT Specs H 3.5" D 5.75" W 9.75" 5.2 pounds 1/4" Guitar input Stereo composite outputs 1/4" Headphone output, 1/4" stereo full-range balanced outputs and 1/4" Amp output Optical Out USB FBV foot controller port AMPLIFi Remote app Specs Compatiable with iOS 7.0+ and Android 4.2+ 70+ amps, 100+ effects and 20+ speaker cabinets 8 simultaneous effects Remotely control amp parameters to dial in your sound Automatic tone matching instantly provides the perfect tones for jamming with songs in your music library Access thousands of tones online Share and rate tones in the cloud Backup and store unlimited presets in the cloud Q: What type of devices can AMPLIFi stream Bluetooth audio from? A: AMPLIFi’s high performance 5 speaker stereo design can stream Bluetooth audio from nearly any Android™ device, iOS device, and Mac® or PC equipped with Bluetooth. Q: How do I pair my Bluetooth device with AMPLIFi? A: To pair the AMPLIFi with your Bluetooth device: Enable Bluetooth on the device you would like to stream audio from. Put the AMPLIFi into ‘Pairing Mode’ by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button located on the upper left of the top panel - it will begin to flash to indicate it is in ‘Pairing Mode’. Within the Bluetooth options of your device an entry for ‘AMPLIFi’ will appear. Select the ‘AMPLIFi’ entry and pair with it - the Bluetooth LED will stop flashing and become solidly lit blue. Your AMPLIFi now ready stream audio from your device wirelessly. Q: Which specific Android devices are supported by AMPLIFi Remote? A: After updating the AMPLIFi 75/100/FX100 firmware to 2.0 or better, AMPLIFi Remote is compatible with the following Android™ devices: Samsung Galaxy S5 Samsung Galaxy S4 Samsung Galaxy S III Samsung Galaxy Note Pro Samsung Galaxy Note II HTC One M8 HTC One M7 Motorola Moto X Google Nexus 7 Amazon Kindle Fire HDX ASUS MeMo Pad ME176CX Asus Fonepad ASUS PadFone LG G2 LG Optimus LG F7 LG Nexus 4 Generally speaking, although not qualified, nearly any Android phone, tablet or phablet will work, provided it is able to run the required Android OS version. Q: What Apple® iOS devices is AMPLIFi Remote compatible with? A: AMPLIFi Remote requires iOS 8.0 and is compatible with the following iOS devices: iPhone 6s/6s Plus iPhone 6/6 Plus iPhone 5S iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPhone 4 iPad Pro iPad Air/Air2 iPad 4 iPad 3 iPad 2 iPad mini/mini 2/mini 3/mini 4 iPod 5 Q: How do I update the AMPLIFi’s firmware/flash memory? A: We always recommend that you run the latest flash in your AMPLIFi amplifier. Your AMPLIFi Remote application will inform you whenever a flash update is available, so you'll always know you have the latest version! Follow the instructions HERE to update the flash of your AMPLIFi. Q: What should I do if the AMPLIFi Remote app is unable to sync and connect with my AMPLIFi after applying the latest flash update? A: If you are unable to sync and connect your AMPLIFi with the AMPLIFi Remote app after applying a recent flash update to your AMPLIFi, make sure to perform the Post Update Instructions HERE. Q: How can I reset the AMPLIFi to its default settings? A: To perform a factory reset and restore a AMPLIFi 75, 150, or TT to factory settings press and hold Master Volume knob and Tone button as you power up the unit, keep holding them both down until you see the LED's around the Master Volume knob light up. To perform a factory reset and restore the AMPLIFi FX100 to factory settings press and hold the Master Volume knob and the TAP button as you power up the unit, keep holding them both until you see '01' in the LED display. Q: What can I do if I am experiencing Bluetooth connectivity issues between my Bluetooth device and the AMPLIFi? A: Make sure that you have applied the latest firmware update for your AMPLIFi as well as installed the latest version of the AMPLIFi Remote app. For additional troubleshooting steps about Bluetooth connectivity and usage check out our Bluetooth Connectivity FAQ HERE. Q: What should I do If I am experiencing connection issues with the AMPLIFi Remote app when I switch back and forth between apps on my mobile device? A: An important thing to note about the AMPLIFi Remote app functionality is that in addition to the Bluetooth connection between your AMPLIFi and your mobile device, there is a secondary 'sync' connection between the amp and the app. Each time you minimize/close the app, the connection between the AMPLIFi Remote app and the AMPLIFi will need to be re-established, even if your device is reporting that the AMPLIFi is connected via 'Bluetooth'. In this case, re-opening the AMPLIFi Remote app, will automatically re-establish the connection within a few seconds. Make sure to look at the main menu of the AMPLIFi Remote app and wait for it to indicate that your amp is 'connected' before moving forward using the app. If it does not automatically re-connect, close the AMPLIFi Remote app by double-tapping your iOS device's home key and then sliding the AMPLIFi Remote app window up and off the screen to fully close the app. Android devices usually have a button that lists all open programs where you can slide the app left or right to close it. Then relaunch the AMPLIFi Remote app and it should re-sync itself with the amp. Q: Can the AMPLIFi Remote App stream songs that are stored in the cloud and not on my mobile device? A: The AMPLIFi Remote App can only play back songs that are stored on your mobile device. On iOS deives, within the AMPLIFi Remote App settings, you can enable 'Hide Songs Not On Device' so that you only see songs that are stored on your iOS device when playing music from your Library. The Android app does not have this setting, but still only plays back songs stored on the device. Q: What do I do when tones differ drastically in volume? A: Tones can vary drastically in overall volume based on numerous factors within the settings of the tone such as Amp model Drive amount, Amp model Bass/mid/Treble settings, EQ/compression settings, FX settings, and most importantly the Amp Model volume. When you go into the Editor for the tone, touch the Amp/Cab icon. The slider at the the bottom of the screen labeled 'Volume' is the Amp Model Volume. This Amp Model 'Volume' sets the overall volume for tone itself. Therefore if you are having trouble balancing the level of tones, use the Amp Model volume to help match the volume of your other existing tones. A general rule of thumb is that 'clean' tones will need to have a higher Amp Model volume, while tones with lots of distortion are louder and can use a lower Amp Model volume. We also recommend that you keep the Master volume of the AMPLIFi at a lower setting when auditioning or matching tones to prevent any loud bursts of sound or feedback that can occur if the tone you load has a very loud Amp Model volume, excessive gain, or a lot of treble/bass. Q: How can I turn on and off the individual effects from my AMPLIFi presets using effects foot switches on the FBV Shortboard MKII? A: The 1.01 AMPLIFi firmware along with the AMPLIFi Remote app 1.20 update adds the ability to have your Stomp, Mod, Filter, and Delay effects assigned to the Stomp, Mod, and Delay foot switches of the FBV Shortboard MKII. When you connect a FBV Shortboard MKII to your AMPLIFi amp and open the preset editor window of the AMPLIFi Remote app, you will now notice that your ‘Stomp’, ‘Mod’, ‘Filter’, or ‘Delay’ effects icons will have a ‘S’, ‘M’, or ‘D’ badge on them to distinguish which footswitch they are assigned to on the FBV Shortboard MKII. In addition, the reverb effect will always be assigned to the ‘Reverb’ foot switch and the compressor effect will always been assigned to the ‘Function 1’ footswitch. Q: Why are the effects in my AMPLIFi presets not always assigned to the correctly labeled footswitch on the FBV Shortboard MKII. For example, my Stomp effect is assigned to the ‘Mod’ switch, my Mod effect is assigned to ‘Delay’ switch, or my Delay effect is assigned to ‘Mod’ switch, etc. A: On most factory presets the badges will be assigned to the respective effect category, meaning that Stomp effects will be assigned to the ‘Stomp’ footswitch, the Mod effects will be assigned to the ‘Mod’ footswitch, and Delay effects will be assigned to the ‘Delay’ footswitch. However, in some circumstances – such as an altered factory preset or preset you might use from our ToneMatch Cloud – this may not be the case. If a Delay effect is loaded into the slot that corresponds to the Mod footswitch, then stepping on the Mod footswitch will toggle that delay on and off. Remember – you can create a patch that contains a Delay (or a Mod, Stomp, or Filter/Synth/Pitch effect) in all 3 assignable slots if you wish, so it is not possible to keep the labels matched with the effect type at all times. Therefore, if you wanted to create a patch with a specific effect assigned to a particular footswitch on your FBV Shortboard MKII, you would start by selecting the effect slot that contains the letter badge of the footswitch you would like to use in the AMPLIFi Remote app preset editor window. After tapping on the effects icon, tap the effects category type icon in the upper left hand side and pick the category of effect you desire. The resulting screen will allow you to select the effect you desire to use in that slot, and it will now be assigned to that FBV Shortboard MKII footswitch. Q: Can I assign a effect parameter to the 'FX' knob on-board the AMPLIFi 75 / 150 / FX100? A: Yes, you can assign one parameter from any of the effects within your tone to the 'FX' knob on-board the AMPLIFi to allow you easy access to favorite effects parameter. To do so tap and hold your finger inside the colored part of the parameter slider for the desired effect parameter you would like to assign to the 'FX' knob. You will see a confirmation dialog appear asking if you want assign 'Tweak' to the specified effects parameter, choose 'OK' to save your assignment. After you've made the assignment, a 'FX' knob icon will appear within the assigned effects slider control. You can now use the on-board 'FX' knob on the AMPLIFi to adjust the specified effects parameter. Q: Can I use a Line 6 EX-1 expression pedal along with my FBV Shortboard MKII and AMPLIFi? A: Unfortunately the EX-1 is not compatible with the AMPLIFi series even though the FBV Shortboard MKII features a 'external expression pedal' input to allow you to connect an EX-1 as a secondary expression pedal. The EX-1 does not function as a secondary expression pedal for AMPLIfi in particular, you can only use the on-board expression pedal on the FBV Shortboard MKII or FBV Express MKII with the AMPLIFi series. Q: Can I pair my AMPLIFi with more than one Bluetooth compatible device at a time? A: No, the AMPLIFi series does not support multiple Bluetooth connections at one time. If your AMPLIFi is currently paired with a Bluetooth device and you would like to pair it with another device, you can press and hold the Bluetooth button on the AMPLIFi to un-pair with the Bluetooth device that you are currently paired with and put it back into 'Discoverable' mode so that your second Bluetooth device can detect it and pair with it. Q: Can I use the AMPLIFi Remote app to load or edit tone files from my other existing Line 6 products, such as POD HD500? Will the app work with Sonic Port, Sonic Port VX, or Mobile IN? A: The AMPLIFi Remote app is only compatible with tone files created from the AMPLIFi family of products. It also only functions with AMPLIFi products. Q: What Bluetooth version is used in AMPLIFi? What Bluetooth codecs are supported? A: We use a Bluetooth solution that supports Bluetooth 2.1. We only support the SBC codec at this time. Q: Where can I register my AMPLIFi? A: After logging into or creating a Line 6 user account HERE, you can go HERE and enter in your serial number that is found on the back panel of the amp, it begins with '(21)TMA', simply fill in the remaining digits. Q: Where can I provide my feedback or make a suggestion about AMPLIFi? A: We encourage you to visit our IdeaScale page HERE and let us know about your ideas and suggestions. Q: Is there a forum where I can discuss AMPLIFi with other AMPLIFi users? A: We have a forum dedicated specifically to AMPLIFi available HERE. Q: Where can I find information on the warranty that is included with the AMPLIFi? A: You can find all of the available information on the AMPLIFi’s warranty HERE. Q: What do I do if my AMPLIFi is in need of repair? A: You can find all of the available information on how to arrange a repair HERE.
  11. Mobile POD FAQ

    Table of Contents · General · Compatibility and Hardware · Version Differences General: Q: Why did you make Mobile POD available for In-App purchase to work with all iOS Core Audio interfaces? A: We wanted to provide every music creator with access to the best sounding mobile amp modeler with a number of options to record ideas or jam on the go. Q: How do I get Mobile POD? A: Mobile POD is available at the Apple App Store. Q: Is Mobile POD free? A: Mobile POD is free with Sonic Port Family and Mobile-In interfaces. Otherwise, Mobile POD can be purchased at the Apple App Store and works with any iOS Core Audio compatible interface. Q: When will Mobile POD be ready to work with non-Line 6 interfaces? A: Mobile POD works with non-Line 6 iOS Core Audio interfaces right now. Q: Can Line 6 Support help me with a refund, or help me restore my purchase to my iOS device? A: In relation to Mobile POD purchases, Apple administers the content in their store. Line 6 Support cannot grant refunds or restore licenses, only Apple can. We suggest reviewing your iTunes account’s Purchase History when talking to their Support Team would be helpful Compatibility and Hardware: Q: If I already own Mobile POD from my Line 6 Sonic Port, will I be charged to download this version of Mobile POD to work on other devices? A: No. If you already own Mobile POD from a Line 6 product, you simply need to download the latest version of the app from the App Store. Q: What devices is Mobile POD compatible with? A: Mobile POD can be used with any Core Audio interface. However, the best experience is with a Line 6 Sonic Port or Sonic Port VX, as they are the only guitar interfaces with 120 dB of dynamic range - capturing every nuance of each performance, with headroom to spare. Q: Does Mobile POD work without external hardware? A: No, Mobile POD works with audio interfaces that are connected to the iOS device with an analog, 30-pin or Lightning connector. Make sure you give Mobile Pod access to the microphone in the iOS settings: Privacy> Microphone > Mobile Pod Q: Does Mobile POD work with Inter-App Audio and AudioBus? A: Yes it does. Q: My audio interface has a guitar input on input two. Can I select that second input with Mobile POD? A: Yes, Mobile POD 1.7.2 allows you to select input one or input two as the source. Q: Can I use the purchased Mobile POD app on more than one iOS device that I own? A: Yes, you can. In order to use it on multiple devices, Mobile POD needs to be downloaded with the Apple ID that owns the in-app purchase on that device. You’ll then need to go into the Setting tab and tap “Restore Previous Purchase” under "In App Purchase". User Interface: Q: Are there any sonic differences with this version of Mobile POD? A: No. This is the same Mobile POD that comes bundled with Line 6 Sonic Port interfaces. Now Mobile POD gives any core audio interface access to 32 classic amp models, 16 effects and 16 speaker cabinets from POD 2.0, used by artists on countless hit records, as well as the best sounding amp modeler. Q: Are there any differences in the user interface with this version of Mobile POD? A: No. Q: Can I try Mobile POD before buying it in the App Store or before buying a Sonic Port interface or Mobile In? A: To check out Mobile POD without a Line 6 device, download the app, then use the four looping guitar riffs to explore the included amps and effects - and tweak them in real time.
  12. Deutsch Français Sonic Port VX User Manual Sonic Port User Manual Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port Connection Instructions How to Use Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port with Garageband for iOS How to use Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port for iOS Video Capture How to use Mobile POD with Apple Inter-App Audio How to use Mobile POD with Audiobus Q: What is the Sonic Port VX interface? A: The Sonic Port VX is the ultimate mobile 24 bit/48 kHz recording interface for musicians on the move. Three studio-grade condenser microphones—a stereo matched pair and a front-facing mono mic—and professional preamps capture instruments, vocals, and live performances with stunning clarity and dynamics. As the centerpiece of your mobile studio, Sonic Port VX will let you develop ideas and record complete songs on any device, anywhere inspiration strikes. Q: What is the Sonic Port interface? A: The Sonic Port is a 24 bit/48 kHz audio interface for iOS devices from Line 6. Sonic Port features a host of audio inputs and outputs, high quality digital conversion, and plug and play ease of use that makes it perfect for making music with your iOS Mobile Devices. Q: What Apple® iOS devices is Sonic Port/VX compatible with? A: Sonic Port/VX requires iOS 8.0 and is compatible with the following iOS devices: iPhone SE iPhone 6s/6s Plus iPhone 6/6 Plus iPhone 5S iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPhone 4 iPad Pro iPad Air/Air2 iPad 4 iPad 3 iPad 2 iPad mini/mini 2/mini 3/mini 4 iPod 5 Q: Will Sonic Port devices charge/power my iOS devices? A: Sonic Port does not have the ability to charge iOS devices. Sonic Port VX does include the ability to charge Lightning-based iOS devices, but not 30-pin-based iOS devices, when connected to a USB-based power supply. We have seen third-party splitters that are intended to charge an iOS device and allow for audio usage simultaneously. These cables are not supported or recommended. Q: Is the output from the Sonic Port to the iPad Lightning Audio? A: No. We offer a Lightning-form factor cable, but it does not follow the same protocol as Lightning Audio products. Q: What kind of mobile apps can I use the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port with? A: The Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port are compatible with any iOS app that uses Core Audio for mono/stereo input or output with the Apple® iOS mobile products listed above. Q: What kind of applications can I use the Sonic Port VX ? A: The Sonic Port VX is compatible with any MAC software (OS X 10.9 and later) that uses Core Audio with no driver installation required, as well as any Windows 7 or 8 software that uses ASIO/WDM drivers. Before connecting Sonic Port VX to your Windows computer, download and install the Sonic Port VX Windows Driver from our software page HERE. Q: What kind of inputs and outputs does the Sonic Port VX have? A: The Sonic Port VX has three studio-grade individually calibrated condenser microphones—a stereo matched pair and a front-facing mono mic along with built in professional mic preamps. It also includes two inputs: 1/4" guitar input with 120 dB dynamic range and 1/8" stereo line input with 120 dB dynamic range. Sonic Port VX supports up to 24-bit/48 kHz digital audio. For outputs the Sonic Port VX includes a stereo 1/8" headphone output and balanced 1/4" Left and Right outputs. Q: What kind of inputs and outputs does the Sonic Port have? A: The Sonic Port has two inputs: 1/4" guitar input with 120 dB dynamic range and 1/8" stereo line input with 120 dB dynamic range. Sonic Port supports up to 24-bit/48 kHz digital audio. For outputs the Sonic Port includes a stereo 1/8" headphone output and 1/4" stereo output. Q: What does the Sonic Port VX come with? A: The Sonic Port VX includes: Sonic Port VX interface Detachable 1-meter iOS cable with Lightning connector Detachable 1-meter USB-A to USB-mini cable Tabletop stand Mic stand adapter 1/4" thread for tripod connections Q: What does the Sonic Port come with? A: The Sonic Port includes: Sonic Port interface Detachable 1-meter cable with 30-pin connector Detachable 1-meter cable with Lightning connector Q: What kind of cable do I use to connect my instrument to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: To connect a instrument to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port, use any 1/4†guitar cable. Connect the 1/4†plug into the output of your instrument, then connect the other end of the 1/4†plug into the ‘GUITAR IN’ on the Sonic Port Interface. CLICK HERE for a tutorial on Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port Connections. Q: What kind of cable do I use to connect my stereo line level keyboard or mixer to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: To connect a stereo line level audio source such as keyboard or mixer to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port, use a 1/8" Stereo Male to Dual 1/4†Tip Sleeve Male cable. Connect both of the 1/4†Tip Sleeve connections to the left and right outputs of your audio source, then connect the 1/8" Stereo Male end of the cable to the ‘IN L/R’ on the Sonic Port interface. CLICK HERE for a tutorial on Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port Connections. Q: What kind of cable do I use to connect my stereo CD/MP3 player to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: To connect a stereo CD/MP3 player to the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port, use a 1/8" Stereo Male to 1/8" Stereo Male cable. Connect one end of the 1/8" Stereo Male to the output of your CD/MP3 player, then connect the other end of the 1/8" Stereo Male cable into the ‘In L/R’ on the Sonic Port interface. CLICK HERE for a tutorial on Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port Connections. Q: I hear clicks and pops when using Sonic Port. A: Clicks and pops are usually a sign of the processor struggling. Try quitting all apps, including those that run in the background. Q: Should I use a pop filter when using the built in microphones of the Sonic Port VX? A: When recording vocals using the Sonic Port VX's built in microphones, we recommend that you place a pop filter approximately 10" from the microphone grill located on the face of the Sonic Port VX to help prevent unwanted pops or clips caused by plosive consonants like the letters 'P', 'T', 'C', 'K', 'Q', 'B', 'D', and 'G'. Q: Where can I download the Mobile POD app? A: The Mobile POD app can be downloaded for free directly from your Apple® devices using the App Store app. Q: How many models are in the Mobile POD app? A: There are 64 fully adjustable models based on celebrated vintage and modern gear. 32 guitar amplifiers, 16 stompbox and rack effects, and 16 guitar cabinets available within Mobile POD. LEARN MORE. Q: How do I use the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port with the GarageBand iOS app? A: Check out our instructions on using the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port with GarageBand HERE. Q: How do I use the Mobile POD app with the Apple's Inter-App Audio? A: Check out our video tutorial on how to use the Mobile POD App with Apple's Inter-App Audio HERE. Q: How do I use the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port with the Audiobus App? A: Check out our instructions on using the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port with Audiobus HERE. If you want to use the Mobile POD app to process the sound and then record the processed audio into a third party app then you’ll need to purchase and use the Audiobus app. For a list of all of other current Audiobus compatible apps CLICK HERE. Q: How can I play along with songs from my iTunes® library when using Mobile POD? A: Launch Mobile POD, tap the 1/8th note icon in the lower right hand corner of the app. The in-app player will launch, tap the 'playlist' icon located on the bottom left hand corner of the app to choose which song from your iTunes® library you like to play along with. After selecting your song, the app will return to back to the normal amp screen at which point you can play, fast forward, rewind, and loop the track. Q: What should I do if my Apple® device is not recognizing the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port interface when it is plugged in? A: Check your iPhone or iPad to be sure the latest version of the iOS operating system is installed update if necessary, instructions to do so can be found HERE. Disconnect the Sonic Port interface from the iOS device side of the connection and reconnect it, making sure the Sonic Port’s iOS cable is firmly connected to the Sonic Port first then connect it to your iPhone,iPod, or iPad’s device’s 30 pin or lightning input . Check Settings > General > Accessibility, and then turn Mono Audio off. If the interface is still not being recognized by your Apple® device, it may be necessary to backup and restore your current iOS installation using Apple®’s instructions located HERE. Q: What is Jammit? Where can I get help using my Line 6 Mobile Interface with Jammit? A: For more information about Jammit CLICK HERE. If you are in need assistance with Jammit you can reach their support team HERE. *At this time the Jammit app is not compatible with the Sonic Port VX. Update: We’ve been made aware that Jammit, with whom we shared a cross-marketing partnership in conjunction with Sonic Port, has ceased operations, and that the Jammit app no longer is available. Line 6 currently has no details on the status of Jammit as a company nor the status of its app. To the extent we learn anything new and are able to share that information, we will post it to this forum. Q: Can I use four conductor iOS headphones with the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: Yes you can use these type of headphones with the Sonic Port, make sure to connect them to the Sonic Port's headphone output and not the iOS devices headphone output. Q: Can I use Airplay or Bluetooth headphones with Mobile POD? A: The current version of Mobile POD does not support the use of airplay or Bluetooth headphones due to the amount of latency it introduces into your playback. Q: Does the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port work with Android products? A: Many of you have asked why Line 6 mobile products only work with Apple devices, not Android. Since many smartphone and tablet manufacturers support the Android operating system and have different connectors, it is unfortunately very difficult to develop and support products for these various hardware configurations. Apple devices share a standard, 30-pin or lightning dock connector which is why we’re able to create a single hardware solution for these devices. Q: Where can I register my Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: After logging into or creating a Line 6 user account HERE, you can go HERE and enter in your serial number that is found on the bottom of the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port, Sonic Port VX serial numbers begin with '(21)SP1', simply fill in the remaining digits. Sonic Port serial numbers begin with '(21)AQ1', simply fill in the remaining digits. Q: Where can I provide my feedback or make a suggestion about the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: We encourage you to visit our IdeaScale HERE and let us know about your ideas and suggestions. Q: Is there a forum where I can discuss the Sonic Port VX or Sonic with other users? A: We have a forum dedicated specifically to the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port available HERE. Q: Where can I find information on the warranty that is included with the Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port? A: You can find all of the available information on the Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port warranty HERE. Sonic Port: Häufig gestellte Fragen: Was ist ein Sonic Port Interface? Das Sonic Port ist die neuste 24bit/48kHz Audioschnittstelle von Line 6 für iOS Geräte. Das Sonic Port kommt mit einer Menge Audioeingängen und –ausgängen, digitaler Umwandlung höchster Qualität und der Einfachheit von Plug and Play um Musik mit Ihren tragbaren Geräten zu machen. Mit welchen tragbaren Geräten ist das Sonic Port Interface kompatibel? Das Sonic Port ist für Apple® iPhone® 5, iPhone® 4S, iPhone® 4, iPhone® 3GS, iPhone® (3ter und 4ter Generation), iPad® 2, iPad®, iPad® Mini und iPod Touch (4ter und 5ter Generation). Können Interfaces des Sonic Port Serie meine iOS Gerät aufladen ? Sonic Port kann keine iOS Geräte aufladen. Sonic Port VX kann über USB mit der Schnittstelle „Lightning“ ausgerüstete iOS Geräte aufladen, allerdings keine älteren, mit „30-Pin“ Anschluss ausgerüstete Geräte. Kann ich das Sonic Port mit CoreAudio Apps zusammen benutzen? Das Sonic Port ist kompatibel mit jeder App die CoreAudio für Mono oder Stereo Audioinput und –output mit den oben genannten Apple® Produkten verwendet. Welche Arten Eingänge besitzt das Sonic Port? Das Sonic Port hat alles was Sie benötigen um spitzen Gitarrenklänge zu erreichen oder jegliches Stereo Audiosignal in unverfälschter Qualität aufzunehmen: Das Sonic Port Interface. Abnehmbares 1m Kabel mit 30-Pin Anschluss. Abnehmbares 1m Kabel mit Lightning Anschluss. Welche Art Kabel benutze ich um mein Instrument an das Sonic Port anzuschließen? Um ein Instrument mit Ihrem Sonic Port zu verbinden können Sie jedes 6.3mm Klinkensteckerkabel benutzen. Verbinden Sie dazu den 6.3mm Stecker mit dem Ausgang Ihres Instrumentes und stecken Sie dann das andere 6.3mm Ende in das "GUITAR IN" an Ihrer Sonic Port Schnittsstelle. Welche Art Kabel brauche ich um mein Stereo Keyboard oder Mixer mit dem Sonic Port zu verbinden? Um eine Stereo Audioquelle wie ein Keyboard oder einen Mixer mit dem Sonic Port zu verbinden brauchen Sie ein Kabel mit den Steckern: 3.5mm Klinkenstecker zu doppelten zweipoligen 6.3mm Klickensteckern. Verbinden Sie beide 6.3mm Stecker an den linken und rechten Ausgang der Audioquelle dann verbinden Sie das 3.5mm Ende mit dem Sonic Port "IN L/R" Eingang. Klicken Sie hier um Hilfestellung zu den Sonic Port Verbindungen zu öffnen. Welche Art Kabel benutze ich um meinen Stereo CD/MP3 Player mit dem Sonic Port zu verbinden? Um Ihren Stereo CD/MP3 Player mit Ihrem Sonic Port zu verbinden brauchen Sie ein 3.5mm Klinkenstecker zu 3.5mm Klinkenstecker-kabel. Verbinden Sie nun das eine Ende Ihres Kabels mit dem Ausgang Ihres CD/MP3 Players und das andere mit dem "IN L/R" Ihres Sonic Ports. Klicken Sie hier um ein Tutorial zu den Sonic Port Verbindungen zu öffnen. Wo kann ich die Mobile POD App herunterladen? Die Mobile POD App kann aus dem Apple® App Store heruntergeladen werden. Wieviele Modelle sind in der Mobile POD App enthalten? Die Mobile POD App beinhaltet 64, vollkommen anpassbare Modelle, die sowohl auf berühmtem Vintage- aber auch modernem Equipment basieren. 32 Gitarren Verstärker, 16 Effektpedale und Rack Effekte außerdem noch 16 verschiedene Modelle für Gitarrenlautsprecher. Wie benutze ich das Sonic Port mit CoreAudio Apps wie GarageBand? Sie können unsere Anleitung zur Benutzung von Sonic Port mit GarageBand hier finden. Sonic Port fungiert als Audio Ein- und Ausgangsschnittstelle bester Qualität für GarageBand. Verbinden Sie einfach Ihr Sonic Port wie oben beschrieben, stecken Sie Ihre Kopfhörer oder Ihr Abhörsystem ein, starten Sie die GarageBand App und benutzen Sie die "IN L/R" und Gitarren Eingänge an Stelle anderer Audio Klinkenstecker oder Adapter. Das Abhören durch das Sonic Port ist durch viel bessere Gitarrenklänge und verbesserte Audioqualität, sollten Sie externe Sounds und andere Instrumente aufnehmen, gekennzeichnet. Wie benutze ich das Sonic Port mit der Audiobus App? Sie können unsere Anleitung zur Benutzung von Sonic Port mit Audiobus hier finden. Wenn Sie die Mobile POD App benutzen wollen um den Sound zu verarbeiten und erst danach den verarbeiteten Ton mit einer anderen App aufzunehmen, müssen Sie die Audiobus App kaufen. Um eine Liste aller derzeitig mit Audiobus kompatiblen Apps zu finden klicken Sie hier. Wie kann ich mit meiner iTunes® Musiksammlung mitspielen wenn ich die Mobile POD App benutze? Starten Sie zuerst Mobile POD, tippen Sie auf das Icon der Achtelnote in der unteren rechten Ecke der App um einen Song Ihrer iTunes® Sammlung zu wähle bei dem Sie mitspielen wollen. Nachdem Sie Ihren Song ausgewählt haben wird die App wieder zurück auf den Startbildschirm zurückkehren, wo Sie den Song abspielen, zurückspulen und vorspulen können. Was kann ich unternehmen wenn mein Apple® Gerät das Sonic Port Interface nicht erkennt wenn ich es einstecke? Überprüfen Sie Ihr iPad® oder iPhone® auf die neuste Version des iOS Betriebssystems, wenn dieses nicht installiert ist, bringen Sie es auf den neuesten Stand, Anweisungen, wie Sie ein Update durchführen finden Sie hier. Trennen Sie Ihr Sonic Port von Ihrem iOS Gerät seitens des Apple Gerätes und verbinden Sie es wieder, indem Sie es zuerst am Sonic Port selbst einstecken und überprüfen ob der Stecker sitzt und danach das andere Ende des Kabels mit Ihrem iPhone®, iPad® oder iPod® per 30Pin- oder Lightningeingang verbinden. Gehen Sie nun zu Einstellungen -> Allgemein -> Bedienungshilfen, hier schalten Sie nun Mono aus. Sollte das Sonic Port nun immer noch nicht von Ihrem Apple® Gerät erkannt werden kann es sein, dass Sie das Betriebssystem Ihres Apple® Gerätes zurücksetzen und wiederherstellen müssen. Eine Anleitung dazu finden Sie hier. Was is Jammit? Wo kann ich Hilfestellung finden wenn ich mein Line 6 Mobile Interface mit Jammit benutze? Für Informationen bezüglich Jammit klicken Sie hier. Sollten Sie Hilfe zu Jammit benötigen können Sie den Kundendienst von Jammit hier erreichen. Kann ich meine vierpoligen Apple® Kopfhörer mit dem Sonic Port benutzen? Ja können Sie, schließen Sie Ihre Kopfhörer aber an das Sonic Port und nicht an Ihr iOS Gerät. Kann ich AirPlay oder Bluetooth Kopfhörer mit Sonic Port benutzen? Die derzeitige Version des Mobile PODs unterstützt leider weder AirPlay noch Bluetooth aufgrund der hohen Latenz die diese Signale während des Abhörens erzeugen. Funktioniert das Sonic Port auch in Verbindung mit Android Systemen? Viele Nutzer haben uns die Frage gestellt, wieso Line 6 Produkte nur mit Apple® Geräten kompatibel sind und nicht mit Android. Da viele Smartphone- und Tablethersteller Android unterstützen und somit viele verschiedene Anschlüsse haben ist es leider sehr schwer Produkte für diese sehr unterschiedlichen Geräte zu entwickeln. Apple® Geräte haben denselben standardmäßigen 30-Pin oder Lightning Anschluss, so war es uns möglich ein einzelnes Gerät für alle Apple® Produkte zu entwickeln. Sonic Port: Foire aux questions: Qu'est-ce que c'est l'interface Sonic Port? L'interface Sonic Port est la plus nouvelle interface audio 24bit/48kHz de Line 6 pour les appareils iOS. Le Sonic Port possède plusieurs entrées et sorties audio, transformation digitale de qualité supérieure et la simplicité de plug and play pour faire de la musique avec vos appareils portables. Quels sont les appareils portables compatibles avec le Sonic Port? Le Sonic Port est compatible avec Apple® iPhone® 5, iPhone® 4S, iPhone® 4, iPhone® 3GS, iPhone® (3ème et 4ème génération), iPad® 2, iPad®, iPad® Mini et iPod Touch (4ème et 5ème génération). Est-ce que Sonic Port peut charger mes appareils iOS? Sonic port ne peut pas charger des appareils iOS. Sonic Port VX peut seulement charger des appareils iOS équipés de la connexion “lightning†, pas “30-pin†(ancienne connexion iOS) si connecter par USB Est-ce que je peux utiliser mon Sonic Port en association avec des applications mobiles CoreAudio? Le Sonic Port est compatible avec toutes les applications quels utilisent le CoreAudio comme entrée audio stéréo ou mono avec les produits Apple® au-dessus. Quelles entrées est-ce que le Sonic Port dispose? Le Sonic Port a tous ce que vous avez besoin pour recevoir des meilleurs sons de guitares et pour enregistrer n'importe quel signal audio stéréo en qualité pure: L'interface Sonic Port. Câble détachable avec prise 30 broches. Câble détachable avec prise Lightning. Quel câble est-ce que j'utilise pour connecter mon instrument au Sonic Port? Pour connecter votre instrument à votre Sonic Port, vous avez besoin d'un câble 6.3mm mâle. Connectez la prise 6.3mm à la sortie de votre instrument et connectez l'autre avec le "GUITAR IN" de votre Sonic Port. Quel câble est-ce que j'utilise pour connecter mon clavier ou table de mixage stéréo au Sonic Port? Pour connecter une source audio comme un clavier ou une table de mixage avec le Sonic Port, vous avez besoin de ce câble: 3.5mm mâle à double (contact 2 points) 6.3mm mâle. Connectez les deux connecteurs 6.3mm aux sorties gauche et droite de la source audio et connectez la coté 3.5mm avec l'entrée "IN L/R" de votre Sonic Port. Cliquez ici pour recevoir un tutoriel à propos des connections de votre Sonic Port. Quel câble est-ce que j'utilise pour connecter mon lecteur MP3/CD stéréo avec mon Sonic Port? Pour connecter votre lecteur MP3/CD stéréo avec votre Sonic Port, vous avez besoin d'un câble 3.5mm mâle à 3.5mm mâle. Connectez votre câble avec la sortie de votre lecteur MP3/CD stéréo et avec l'entrée de votre Sonic Port "IN L/R". Cliquez ici si vous avez besoin d'un tutoriel sur les connections du Sonic Port. Où est-ce que je peux télécharger l'application Mobile POD? Vous pouvez trouver l'application Mobile POD dans l'App Store sur votre appareil Apple®. Combien de modèles sont impliqués avec l'application Mobile POD? La Mobile POD inclus 64 modèles complètement adaptables, ceux sont basés sur équipement Vintage mais aussi moderne. 32 amplificateurs de guitare, 16 pédales et effets rack et également 16 différents modèles haut-parleur de guitare. Comment est-ce que j'utilise le Sonic Port en association avec des applications CoreAudio, comme Garage Band? Vous pouvez trouver nos instructions pour l'utilisation de Sonic Port avec Garage Band ici. Le Sonic Port agit comme interface audio de qualité meilleure pour Garage Band. Connectez simplement votre Sonic Port comme décrit au-dessus, connectez vos écouteurs et votre système monitoring et démarrez l'application Garage Band. Mais utilisez les entrées "IN L/R" et guitares à la place d'autres connecteurs ou adaptateurs. Le monitoring avec le Sonic Port se caractérise par meilleurs sons de guitare mais aussi par qualité audio améliorée si vous voulez enregistrer des sons et instruments externes. Comment est-ce que j'utilise le Sonic Port avec l'application Audiobus? Vous pouvez trouver nos instructions pour l'utilisation de Sonic Port avec Audiobus ici. Si vous voulez utiliser l'application Mobile POD pour la modification du son et après vous voulez enregistrer le son avec une application différente, vous devez acheter Audiobus. Voyez cette liste des applications actuellement compatibles avec Audiobus. Comment est-ce que je peux jouer en même temps comme ma collection de musique iTunes® si j'utilise l'application Mobile POD? Démarrez Mobile POD, tapez sur la croche dans le coin inférieur droit et choisissez une chanson de votre collection iTunes®. Si vous avez choisissez la chanson, l'application revient sur l'écran de départ. Ici vous pouvez jouer, avancer rapidement et retourner rapidement votre chanson. Qu'est-ce que je peux faire si mon appareil Apple® ne reconnaît pas mon Sonic Port si je le connecte? Vérifiez la version de l'iOS de votre appareil Apple®, si la plus nouvelle version n'est pas installée, mettez votre système d'exploitation à jour. Ici, vous pouvez trouver des instructions pour cette étape. Séparez votre Sonic Port du appareil iOS à la coté de l'appareil Apple® et reconnectez le en vérifiant la connexion au Sonic Port et après la connexion avec l'iPhone, l'iPad ou l'iPod. Allez sur Réglages -> Général -> Accessibilité et désactivez Mono. Si votre appareil Apple® ne toujours sait pas reconnaître votre Sonic Port, il est possible que vous deviez restaurer le système d'exploitation de votre appareil Apple®. Ici vous pouvez trouver des instructions concernant cette restauration. Qu'est-ce que c'est Jammit? Où est-ce que je peux trouver d'assistance si je veux utiliser mon Line 6 Mobile Interface avec Jammit? Pour recevoir des informations concernant Jammit, allez ici. Si vous avez besoin d'aide avec Jammit, vous pouvez trouver le service clientèle de Jammit ici. Est-ce que je peux utiliser mes écouteurs contact 4 points d'Apple® avec mon Sonic Port? Oui c'est aucun problème, mais vous devez connecter les écouteurs avec le Sonic Port et pas avec votre appareil iOS. Est-ce que je peux utiliser mes écouteurs Bluetooth ou AirPlay avec mon Sonic Port? La version actuelle du Mobile POD ne soutient malheureusement ni AirPlay ni Bluetooth à cause de la latence élevée laquelle ces signaux causent pendant le monitoring. Est-ce que le Sonic Port fonctionne aussi avec les systèmes Android? Beaucoup d'utilisateurs nous ont posés cette question, pourquoi est-ce que les produits de Line 6 ne sont pas compatibles avec Android mais seulement avec les appareils Apple®? Nombreux de fabricants Smartphone et Tablet utilisent Android comme système d'exploitation. À cause de cette diversité, beaucoup de connexions existent pour ces appareils et cela rends le développement très difficile pour ces produits. Les appareils Apple® soutiennent la même connexion 30 broches ou Lightning donc c'était possible de développer un seul appareil pour tous produits Apple®.
  13. Relay G55 FAQ

    Français Deutsch Q: What is the cable tone on my Relay G55 and what does it do? A: The cable tone button simulates the slight change in tone that happens when using cables of varying length. The cable tone length that the Relay 55 uses is a 25 foot length guitar cable. At shorter lengths this change in tone is hard to recognize, but as length gets up to 100 feet and beyond, the extreme high end of your tone "rolls off" and loses volume. A cable length of 25 feet will not affect your audio below aproximately 15kHz. 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: Can I use my Relay G55 transmitter or receiver with other Line 6 wireless? A: Yes, all Line 6 wireless devices are compatible to work with one another. So, if you have a Line 6 XDV receiver, any transmitter from a Relay system will work with it, and vice versa. However, it is important to realize that Line 6 wireless systems in RF2 mode will not work with coresponding units in RF1 mode - regardless of the system they are from. You cannot use RF2 mode in the presence of any older Line 6 2.4G wireless (including Relay) in the same venue. If you try you will likely get failures in both the old and new units. So it is important to know if you are using RF1 or RF2 mode. You must either flash older models to the newer V2.0 firmware (and you must have access to a V75 receiver and do this via Monkey) or you can shift the newer models (or any that have been flashed with V2.0) into RF 1 mode. If an XD-V75 unit is being added to a setup that already includes any devices running in RF1 mode, the XD-V75 can be used to update the older devices to run RF2 mode by using an internet-connected computer attached to the XD-V75’s USB port. See the Firmware Updating Procedure section for more information. Alternatively, the XD-V75 transmitters can be setup to operate in RF1 mode if it is necessary to use the transmitters with older Line 6 receivers. Q: How do I switch between RF2 mode and RF1 mode? A: Relay G55 systems can be used in RF1 or RF2 mode. To Set TBP12 Transmitters (Relay G50/55/90): Enter Setup mode by holding the select button, and you will know you are in setup mode when the current channel is displayed flashing. Continue holding the select button. Then press the value button. RF2 will display showing that you are now in RF2 mode. Press and hold select to exit setup mode. Repeat this process to switch between RF1 and RF2 mode. Note: It is IMPORTANT to note that once you shift (in either direction) the transmitters will only remember the change if you power cycle the transmitter. Just turn it off with the power switch and then back on. If you were to pop a battery before doing this then it will revert back to the last "saved" mode. Q: How can I avoid wi-fi interference? A: Page 11 of the Pilot's Guide provides more details, but here are suggested channels settings to avoid interfering with wi-fi: Relay G55 F.A.Q.: Qu'est-ce que le bouton Cable Tone sur mon Relay G55? Le bouton "Cable Tone" simule le change de tonalité si on utilise un câble de longueur variable. Le Relay 55 utilise une tonalité d'un câble guitare de 7,5m. Aux longueurs plus courtes, ce changement en tonalité est difficile à reconnaitre mais si la longueur devient jusqu'à 30 mètres, l'extrémité haute de votre ton perd volume. Une longueur du câble de 7,5m ou moins n'affectera pas votre son au-dessous d'environ 15kHz. Est-ce que USB 3.0 produit d'interférence 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 je peux utiliser mon émetteur ou récepteur Relay G55 avec autres appareils sans fil Line 6? Oui, tous les appareils sans fil Line 6 sont mutuellement compatibles. Donc, si vous avez un récepteur Line 6 XDV et n'importe quel transmetteur Relay travaillera et inversement. Mais attention, les appareils Line 6 sans fil en mode RF1 ne fonctionnent pas avec les appareils un mode RF2 indépendamment du système. Vous ne pouvez pas utiliser le mode RF2 en présence de Line 6 2.4GHz Wireless dans le même lieu. Si vous essayez, vous aurez probablement des échecs dans les anciens et les nouvelles unités. Donc, c'est important de savoir si vous utilisez RF1 ou RF2. Vous devez soit installer les anciens modèles sur le firmware V2.0 (ou plus récent) ou vous pouvez mettre les nouveaux modèles en mode RF 1. Si vous mettez l'unité XD-V75 dans un setup avec des appareils en RF1, vous pouvez utiliser le XD-V75 pour mettre à jour les appareils plus anciens d'être capable d'utiliser RF2 en utilisant un ordinateur avec internet connecté. Branchez le XD-V75 dans votre ordinateur via USB. Visitez la section de la mise à jour firmware pour plus d'informations. Alternativement, vous pouvez mettre les transmetteurs XD-V75 sur RF1 si c'est nécessaire de las connecter aux récepteurs Line 6 plus anciens. Comment est-ce que je peux commuter entre mode RF1 et RF2? Placez l’émetteur sous tension, et maintenez la touche "Select" enfoncée jusqu’à ce que le numéro du canal clignote. Maintenez la touche "On/Mute" (alimentation) enfoncée et appuyez rapidement sur "Select" et sur "Value"; appuyez dans la seconde qui suit — n’attendez pas plus, sinon l’émetteur se place hors tension. Notez que la ligne supérieure de l’écran LCD indique temporairement [RF-1] à la place de [CH], ce qui indique que l’émetteur est dans un mode de transmission compatible avec les récepteurs G90 et G30. Pour revenir au mode de transmission RF2, répétez les opérations précédentes en appuyant rapidement sur la touche de mise sous tension puis en appuyant rapidement sur "Select" dans l’écran [CH]. La ligne supérieure de l’écran LCD indique temporairement [RF-2], ce qui correspond au changement de mode. Notez que le mode de transmission est mémorisé ; même après la mise hors tension. Comment est-ce que je peux éviter des interférences WiFi? Ci-dessous sont réglages des canaux suggérés pour éviter les interférences avec WiFi: F.A.Q. zum Relay G55 Was ist der Cable Tone Knopf und was bewirkt er? Der die Cable Tone Einstellung simuliert die kleine Veränderung des Klangs bei Benutzung von Kabeln bestimmter Längen. Das Kabel, welches für diese Modifizierung benutzt wurde für das Relay 55 ist ein Gitarrenkabel der Lange 7,5m. Bei kürzeren Kabeln ist es schwer den Unterschied zu hören aber bei Längen über 30 Metern verliert das extrem hohe Ende des Klangs an Lautstärke. Ein Kabel von 7,5m beeinträchtigt den Klang unter ca. 15kHz nicht. Verursacht USB 3.0 Interferenzen 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 Kann ich meinen Relay G55 Transmitter oder Empfänger mit anderen Line 6 Wireless Geräten verwenden? Ja, alle kabellosen Line 6 Geräte sind kompatibel mit miteinander zu kommunizieren. Wenn Sie also einen Line 6 XDV Empfänger und irgend einen Transmitter mit Relay System wird dies funktionieren, sowie umgekehrt. Achtung, Line 6 Geräte im RF2 Modus werden nicht mit Geräten im RF1 Modus funktionieren, egal welches System benutzt wird. Sie sollten keinen RF2 Modus in der nähe alter Line 6 Geräte verwenden, wenn Sie dies versuchen werden es wahrscheinlich zu Fehlern auf beiden Geräten (alt und neu) führen. Also müssen Sie sich immer sicher sein welchen Modus Sie verwenden RF1 oder RF2. Sie müssen dann entwerden die alten Modelle auf die V2.0 Firmware aktualisieren (zusätzlich müssen Sie Zugriff auf einen V75 Empfänger und Monkey haben) oder auf den neuen Geräten (oder älteren auf Firmware Version 2.00) RF1 einstellen. Wenn ein XD-V75 in ein Setup; welches bereits Geräte beinhaltet, die auf RF1 laufen; kann das XD-V75 dazu verwendet werden, die älteren Geräte zu aktualisieren, damit diese RF2 benutzen können. Das XD-V75 muss an einen Computer via USB mit bestehender Internetverbindung angeschlossen sein. Schauen Sie sich dann die Firmware Update Sektion für weitere Informationen an. Alternativ können die XD-V75 Transmitter so eingestellt werden, dass diese im RF1 Modus laufen, wenn es nötig ist, dass die Transmitter mit alten Line 6 Empfängern kommunizieren können. Wie kann ich zwischen RF1 und RF2 wechseln? Schalten Sie den Sender ein und halten Sie seinen SELECT Knopf so lange gedrückt, bis die Kanalnummer blinkt. Halten Sie den ON/MUTE Knopf gedrückt, während Sie schnell SELECT und VALUE drücken. Sie müssen innerhalb einer Sekunde drücken. Wenn Sie nämlich länger warten, wird der Sender ausgeschaltet. In der oberen Display-Zeile wird [RF-1] (statt [CH]) angezeigt: Der Sender verwendet jetzt den für Relay G90 und Relay G30 Empfänger benötigten Modus. Um später wieder den RF2-Modus zu wählen, müssen Sie auf der “CH”-Seite zuerst den Netztaster und gleich danach SELECT drücken. In der oberen Display-Zeile wird kurz “RF-2” angezeigt, um die Moduswahl zu bestätigen. Der mit diesem Verfahren gewählte Modus bleibt auch nach dem Ausschalten erhalten. Wie kann ich WiFi Interferenzen vermeiden? Im Anschluss finden Sie verschiedene empfohlene Kanal-Einstellungen um Interferenzen zu vermeiden:
  14. StageScape M20d F.A.Q.

    Français Deutsch ** Known Issue: Phantom Power on Inputs 7-12 does not save to scenes or setups. This has been fixed with firmware update version 1.10. ** ****Please be aware that if you are updating from firmware 1.00 directly to 1.20, the update file will state that you are installing version 1.32. This is a typo that will be fixed in the future and it will have no affect on your firmware 1.20 installation or functionality.**** Q: I am unable to connect my iPad to my StageScape with an Apple Airport Express. What gives? A: Be sure to check to that the light on the front of your Airport Express is solid green and NOT blinking amber. If the light on your Airport Express is blinking amber, you probably have to run the Airport Utility to setup and configure your Airport Express. On windows you will have to download this Airport Utility program and install it from the apple downloads page, but if you have a Mac computer, the Airport Utility will already be on your computer in Applications>Utilities>Airport Utility.? Go through the steps to setup your Airport Express in that utility program. Don't worry if the utility prompts you to create a password for your Airport Express, that will only be applicable for creating a network connected to the internet, and will not apply for connection between your iPad and StageScape. Q: When I update the firmware on my StageScape M20d, the mixer still thinks it has the old firmware? A: When updating your firmware on the StageScape M20d, be sure to only have the media drive with the firmware update on it connected to your StageScape. No other media devices should be connected to your mixer. Q: I updated the firmware on my StageScape M20d, and now the StageScape App won't work? A: The firmware on your StageScape M20d and the StageScape App must be the same version. So if you updated the firmware on your mixer, be sure to download the updated App from the Apple App store. Q: Can Setups that were backed up on Firmware 1.10 be opened on mixers that have Firmware 1.00? A: Yes, backed up setups can be restored on older firmware versions of the mixer, however any setups with stereo monitors may cause an error. In this case, re-save the setup without stereo monitors on your firmware version 1.10 and then it will open correctly in older firmware. Q: Is there a maximum length to L6 Link Connections? A: Yes, all L6 Link connections require AES/EBU cables with a maximum 50 foot length. Connecting multiple AES/EBU cables together is not recommended or supported. Q: What is the difference between a Scene and a Setup? A: Scenes are saved as parts of Setups - and if you move to a second setup without saving your current setup, the scenes you made on your first setup may be lost if you do not save the setup prior to navigating to a new setup. It is helpful to think of scenes and setups as... If you are doing a show with 3 performing acts doing 5 songs each. Each performing act should have their own setup with a scene created for each song by that performing act. Following that thought process - you will have 3 setups and each of those 3 setups will contain 5 scenes. The stage pans, effects, levels, and TWEAK settings are saved in your SCENE- but input channels, icons,and channel trims are saved in your SETUP Q: For how long can the StageScape M20d record at a time? Inputs & Main Mix Inputs only Main Mix only Recording times are listed in minutes:seconds. *248:36 is the M20d’s maximum recording time. 2 GB is the maximum file size. M20d will not record if SD card/hard drive has less than 64 MB of free space available. Q: Which USB WiFi products are compatible with the StageScape M20d? A: The EnGenius EUB-9801, Samsung WIS12ABGNX (WIS9ABGN and a WIS10ABGN are NOT compatible), and Linksys AE1000 (AE1200 and AE2500 will NOT work) are compatible with the StageScape M20D. However, they may be discontinued at this time. We recommend using an Apple Airport Express and use Apple's USB to Ethernet adapter (UPC: 885909439560). It is also possible to use the USB to Ethernet adapter and a DHCP enabled WiFi Ethernet router. Q: Which SD cards are compatible with the StageScape M20d? A: Any class 10 SD card will work with the StageScape M20d. Only class 10 SD cards are supported. SDXC cards are supported, as long as they are class 10. We do not recommend using SD cards larger than 32 gigs. Q: What output on the StageScape M20d should I use for my monitor amp or powered monitors when I'm mixing? A: Use a balanced XLR cable to connect the left and right XLR outputs labeled Main Out? to the inputs on your monitor amp or powered monitors. Q: How do I connect the StageScape M20d to my computer for recording? A: Prior to connecting the StageScape M20d to your computer for recording, you will need to install the latest available Line 6 drivers from our of software page at the link below: Line 6 Software Downloads Follow the on screen installer instructions to install the drivers correctly. Once the driver installer is complete, connect a USB cable from the USB port labeled PC on the StageScape M20d to a USB port on your computer. Do not use external USB hubs. Q: Can I use condenser mics that requires 48V phantom power with the StageScape M20d? A: The StageScape M20d has phantom power available to XLR inputs 1-12. To activate phantom power, tap the Input/Output panel located in the top center of the setup, monitor, or perform screen and then tap the 48v button to the left of inputs 1-6 and 7-12 to activate phantom power for each row of inputs. Q: Where do I plug in headphones to the StageScape M20d to monitor the mix? A: The StageScape M20d includes a dedicated headphone output to allow you to closely and quietly monitor your mixes. Simply connect headphones to the headphone output of the StageScape M20d and adjust the level control labeled Phones to control the headphone mix volume. The headphone solo buttons on each track in perform mode will affect what is hear from the headphone outputs. Q: How do I get a signal out of the Main Outs on the StageScape M20d? A: For a overview of the StageScape M20d mixing process you can watch the StageScape M20d support video Getting Started with the StageScape M20d. There is also a tutorial on the StageScape M20d resources page and more videos at the main StageScape M20d mixer forum. Q: How do I use floor monitors with the StageScape M20d? A: The StageScape M20d features four (4) independent monitor outputs. Each output has its own separate monitor mix. Simply connect balanced XLR cables from the Monitor Outs A, B, C, or D to the inputs of your floor monitors. Q: How many total inputs are there on the StageScape M20d? A: The StageScape M20d includes 20 available input channels: 12 high-performance, digitally controlled, auto-sensing mic/line/instrument XLR-1/4" combi inputs. 4 additional auto-sensing balanced line inputs 2 digital streaming inputs direct from computer, USB drive or SD card 1 Stereo line input for integrating MP3 players or other sound sources Q: Where can I find an advanced manual for the StageScape M20d? A: The advanced manual for the StageScape M20d can be found here: StageScape M20d Advanced Manual Q: Where can I find product manuals for the StageScape M20d? A: Additional manuals for the StageScape M20d can be found at the link below: StageScape Manuals Q: Where do I register my new StageScape M20d? A: Line 6 products can be registered to your Line 6 User account using the link below: Product Registration Q: What type of footswitch can I use for the footswitch inputs on the StageScape M20d? A: The StageScape M20d works with any momentary Tip Sleeve footswitch. Footswitches can be assigned to toggle scenes, mute FX, play/pause the media player, or begin quick capture recording for 20 seconds. Q: Is it possible to control two StageScape M20d's simultaneously (or switch between them) in the iPad app? A: It will be possible for a single iPad to switch between two StageScapes for control, however it is not possible to control both simultaneously. The user can select one StageScape to control at a time by selecting from a list of WiFi StageScapes that the iPad can communicate with. Q: How do I make a monitor send? A: First connect a powered monitor to a monitor output on the M20d. A monitor will appear on the stage labeled A, B, C, or D, depending on which monitor input you plugged into. An encoder will turn blue signifying that it controls the level of a monitor. Use that encoder to adjust the monitor gain up to the white notch on the monitor signal. Then, go to the monitor page of the M20d. Once on the monitor page the encoders of all active channels will turn blue. Adjust the levels of the active channels you want sent to that monitor accordingly. Q: How do I make an effects send? A: Effects sends - usually reserved for time based effects (Reverbs, Delays, Chorus, Flange and Vocal Doubler) - are found in Global FX. Go to the Tweak page, select your channel from the top left, and select Global FX. Select the Global Effect that you would like to utilize, and select the output you would like to send that effect to from the list on the left. An encoder will turn purple once you select the global effect you want. Use this purple encoder to adjust the level of your global effect. Q: Will global effects apply effects to my entire mix? A: No, global effects are global because any channel can send signal to global effects individually. Global effects take the place of your "aux buses" on other mixers - where you would usually have your time based effects such as reverb and delay. Further explanation can be found in the question above, or in the Advanced Manual. Q: Why doesn't mute all mute my headphones? A: The Mute All button mutes all signals that are sent to mains and monitors, allowing the user to make adjustments in headphones without signal being sent to outputs. The Mute All button can also be used as a Mute group to mute 1 specific group of channels. Q: How can I manually add inserts? A: At this time inserts are not manually added or managed, because inserts are part of DSP presets available from the tweak page. Insert presets can be saved and loaded for future use. Loading insert presets from other instruments will change the icon of that channel on the stage. For example, if you have a Male Vocal channel and try to load the Bongos preset in the Tweak menu, this will change the stage icon of that channel to Bongos. You can change the on stage picture of your inputs to pictures of other instruments inside of your StageScape. Q: Where can I mute and solo my channels? A: Channel mutes and solos are available on the performance mode screen. To toggle between solo or mute, select the Show Solo Buttons at the top of the performance page. Q: When using L6 Link why is there not a monitor stage icon on screen? A: When using L6 Link, you will need to manually create a monitor stage icon. Monitors are only automatically created on the stage when an XLR is plugged into an analog Monitor output. Q: How do I group my channels? A: In setup mode, double click the encoder of an empty channel to bring up the group assign menu. From there, select the channels that you would like to be part of the group. You can group all of your global effects returns to 1 group, or any other channels. Q: Can I change the channel colors to better organize input types? A: No, channel colors are set and not changeable. Q: Do I have to be in perform mode to perform? A: Perform is the mode where you set your mix and can manage your scenes, so it is better tailored for performance management. Although the outputs will remain fully active in each of the other mixer modes. Q: What is the difference between level and trim? A: Trim is your input gain into the M20d, while level is your channel volume within the mix. This can also be described on other boards as: Trim is your pre-amp. Level is your channel fader. Q: How could I connect an external signal processor to the M20d? A: Use a monitor output to feed the processor, connect the output of the processor to a balanced line input 13-16 or an open input 1-12 if all balanced line inputs are taken. Q: Does the M20d include a HI-Z instrument input? A: Each of the 12 available combi inputs can accept either 1/4" instrument cables or XLR cables. Q: What is FBS? A: FBS stands for FeedBack Suppression and it is the built in feedback suppression on the M20d. There are 2 options for FBS, vocal and universal. If the channel is not a vocal channel, it is not recommended to use the vocal feedback suppression setting. DSP presets for direct inputs will not have feedback suppression. For example, acoustic guitar direct will NOT have feedback suppression, but acoustic guitar mic'd will have feedback suppression. Q: Can the quick capture record more than 20 seconds? A: Yes, but recording for more than 20 seconds requires a USB hard drive (with its own external power supply), SD card, or computer to be connected to the M20d. It is recommended to record to SD card rather than USB, because SD cards have a better data transfer rate. Q: How do I use WiFi on the M20d? A: WiFi on the M20d requires a supported USB WiFi adapter, but we recommend using an Apple Airport Express or wifi router in conjunction with an Apple USB/Ethernet adapter. More information on supported USB WiFi products can be found at this link: WiFi USB Adapter & SD card Compatibility and Connectivity Q: How do I delete a track? A: While in Setup mode, select the stage icon for the track you would like to delete, and tap the red trash can located in the upper right corner of the screen to delete a track. Q: Where can I control pan? A: In Setup or Perform mode, pan settings can be controlled by tapping the encoder menu located at the top left of the screen. Then select pan from the drop down menu. In Tweak mode, you can adjust pan individually for each channel from the orange encoder. The pan setting is displayed in the bottom left of the channel Tweak menu. Q: Can I put a limiter on my main outputs? A: In Tweak mode, tap the channel select on the top left of the screen, select Output Channels, and Main Out. Then, select Deep Tweak from the top center of the screen. There you will find a HiPass filter, 4 band compressor, 6 band EQ, 4 band limiter, and L6 Link graphic equalizer for your outputs. The L6 Link graphic EQ is only available when using L6 Link. Q: Is there a graphic equalizer for my mix? A: A graphic equalizer is available on board the M20d when using L6 link. It can be found in Tweak mode under Deep Tweak and L6 Link EQ. Graphic equalizers can be placed on all outputs, but will only be active when using L6 Link. Q: How do I change the name of a channel? A: In Setup mode select an input on your stage. Once a channel is selected, in the top right of the screen, you can tap on the computer keyboard icon to change the name. Or - still in the top right of the screen - you can tap on the small picture of the input you have selected, and from there change the icon of that input or change the name of that input. Q: Why does my stage icon channel number flash yellow? A: Because you created stage a icon without an input connected, therefor the yellow indicator is a place holder for the channels designated. Q: Can I reassign an input once I have created the stage icon? A: Yes, in Setup mode, tap the I/O section at the top center of the screen, then tap the input you would to move, and then double tap the input you would like to assign it to. Q: Can I sync 2 M20d's into a system that will still output to a stereo main mix? A: No, you can not sync 2 M20d's. If you have 2 M20d's and require more than 16 inputs, it is recommended to use 1 M20d as a submixer with main outputs going into 2 inputs on the other M20d. In that case, the M20d being plugged into should be used as your main output to the speakers. StageScape M20d: F.A.Q. Ich kann mein iPad nicht per Apple Airport Express mit meinem StageScape verbinden. Was kann ich tun? Schauen Sie zuerst nach ob das Licht auf der Vorderseite des Airport Express durchgehend grün leuchtet und nicht geld blinkt. Wenn das Licht gelb blinkt bedeutet das, dass Sie Airport Utility laufen lassen müssen um damit Airport Express zu konfigurieren. Für Windows müssen Sie dieses Programm herunterladen (Wählen Sie das Airport Utility 5.5.3 wenn Sie Windows XP oder Vista benutzen und die Version 5.6.1 für Windows 7) und installieren. Für Mac Computer ist dies nicht nötig, Mac hat Airport Utility bereits vorinstalliert. (Programme->Dienstprogramme->Airport Utility) Folgen Sie den Anweisungen des Programms. Wenn das Programm Sie aufordert ein Passwort einzugeben ist dies nur das Passwort um ein Netzwerk zu erstellen um auf das Internet zuzugreifen und wird nicht für die Verbindung zwischen iPad und StageScape benötigt. Nachdem ich die Firmware des StageScape M20d aktualisiert habe denkt der Mixer immernoch er wäre auf der alten Firmware. Was kann ich tun? Stellen Sie sicher, dass während der Aktualisierung der Firmware kein anderes Gerät an Ihr StageScape angeschlossen ist mit Ausnahme des USB Sticks oder der SD Karte, auf der die Firmware abgespeichert ist. Nachdem ich die Firmware des StageScape M20d aktualisiert habe funktioniert die StageScape App nicht mehr. Was kann ich tun? Die Firmware des M20d und die Version der App müssen auf dem selben Stand sein. Wenn Sie Ihr Gerät aktualisiert haben müssen Sie auch die App aktualisieren, laden Sie sich die neuste Version einfach aus dem AppStore herunter. Können Setups, die ich auf der Firmware Version 1.10 abgespeichert habe auch auf einem StageScape mit Version 1.00 geladen werden? Ja, Absicherungen der Setups können auf älterer Firmware geladen werden. Jedes Setup mit stereo Monitoren kann Fehler verursachen. In diesem Fall sollten Sie den Stereo Monitor mit dem StageScape auf Version 1.10 entfernen und dann neu auf das M20d mit Version 1.00 laden. Gibts es eine Maximallänge für L6 Link Verbindungen? Ja, alle L6 Link Verbindungen benötigen AES/EBU Kabel mit einer maximalen Länge von 15 Metern. Das Aneinanderhängen der Kabel ist nicht empfohlen. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Scene und Setup? Szenen sind Teile eines Setups , wenn Sie auf ein anderes Setup wechseln ohne das vorhergehende zu speichern werden die Szenen nicht abgespeichert und können so verloren gehen. Oder anders: Sie haben eine Show, auf der Show treten 3 Bands auf mit 5 Songs pro Band. Jede Band hat Ihr eigenes Setup mit jeweils einer Scene pro Song. Also hat man 3 Setups und jedes der 3 Setups hat 5 Scenen. Die Pans, Effekte und Level sind in der Scene gespeichert, Stage Icons, Eingangskanäle und Kanal Trims sind im Setup gespeichert. Wie lange kann das M20d am Stück aufnehmen? Aufnahmezeiten aufgelistet in Minuten:Sekunden. *248:36 ist die maximale Aufnahmezeit des M20d und 2 Gb die maximale Dateigröße. Das M20d wird die Aufnahme einstellen sobald 64 oder weniger Mb freier Platz auf der SD Karte/Festplatte zur Verfügung stehen. Welche USB WiFi Geräte sind mit dem M20d kompatibel? Nur das EnGenius EUB-9801, Samsung WIS12ABGNX (WIS9ABGN and a WIS10ABGN are NOT compatible), das Linksys AE1000 (AE 1200 und AE 2500 funktionieren nicht) und das Samsung WIS10ABGN sind kompatibel. Außerdem besteht die Möglichkeit den Apple USB zu Ethernet Adapter (UPC: 885909439560) mit einem WiFi Ethernet Router zu benutzen. Welche SD Karten sind mit dem M20d kompatibel? Jede SD Karte der Klasse 10 funktioniert mit dem M20d. Außerdem sind nur diese Klasse 10 Karten unterstützt. Welchen Ausgang des M20d benutze ich für meine Endstufe oder meine Aktivbox wenn ich mixe? Benutzen Sie ein symmetrisches XLR Kabel um den linken und rechten Ausgang "Main Outs" mit den Eingängen Ihrer Endstufe oder Aktivbox zu verbinden. Wie verbinde ich mein StageScape M20d mit meinem Computer zum Aufnehmen? Bevor Sie Ihr M20d an Ihren Computer anschließen müssen Sie die neusten Line 6 Treiber auf Ihrem Computer installieren. Benutzen Sie dazu folgenden Link: http://de.line6.com/software/ Folgen Sie dann einfach den Anweisungen des Installationsprogrammes um die Treiber korrekt zu installieren. Sobald das Installationsprogramm fertig ist können Sie per USB Kabel Ihr M20d am "PC" Port mit dem Computer USB Port verbinden. Kann ich Kondensatormikrofone, die eine 48V Phantomspeisung benötigen, an das StageScape M20d anschließen? Das StageScape M20d hat Phantomspeisung auf den XLR Eingängen 1-12. Um die Phantomspeisung zu aktivieren müssen Sie auf das Input/Output Panel oben in der Mitte das Setup, Monitor oder Perform Fensters und dann auf 48V auf der linken Seite drücken für je nachdem welche Anschlüsse Sie die Phantomspeisung benötigen. Wo kann ich Kopfhörer einstecken um meinen Mix abzuhören? Das StageScape M20d hat einen separaten Kopfhörerausgang um präzises, genaues Abhören zu gewährleisten. Verbinden Sie einfach Ihre Kopfhörer an den 6.3mm Kopfhörerausgang "Phones" des StageScape, schon können Sie die Lautstärke der Kopfhörer am Regler daneben einstellen. Wie bekomme ich ein Signal aus den "Main Outs" des StageScape M20d? Für eine Übersicht über den Mixprozess des M20d können Sie sich unser Video zum StageScape anschauen: "Getting Started" außerdem die Hauptseite des M20d und zusätzlich das Forum besuchen. Achtung, nur verfügbar in Englisch. Wie benutze ich Bühnenmonitore mit dem StageScape M20d? Das StageScape M20d hat 4 voneinander unabhängige Monitorausgänge "Monitor Outs", wovon jeder seinen eigenen individuellen Monitor Mix hat. Verbinden Sie das StageScape einfach über einen der A, B, C oder D Monitorausgänge mit dem Eingang des Bühnenmonitors. Wieviele Eingänge hat das M20d insgesamt? Das StageScape M20d hat insgesamt 20 Eingänge verfügbar: 12 digital gesteuerte Hochleistungsmikrofon-, lineeingänge mit automatischer Erkennung. 4 zusätzliche symetrische Line Eingänge mit automatischer Erkennung. 2 digitale Streaming-Eingänge für den Computer, USB Stick oder die SD Karte. 1 Stereo Line Eingang für integrierten MP3 Player oder andere Tonquellen. Wo kann ich ein erweitertes Benutzerhandbuch für das StageScape M20d finden? Für das StageScape M20d gibt es kein erweiterte Benutzeranleitug, stattdessen gibt es mehrere verschiedene kleine Hnadbücher die die Themen Global FX, Channel Processing, L6 Link Setup, Monitor Mode und andere ausarbeiten. Wo kann ich die Benutzerhandbücher finden? Alles erhältlichen Produkthandbücher für das StageScape M20d können Sie auf folgender Seite finden: http://de.line6.com/support/manuals/stagescape Wo kann ich mein neues StageScape M20d registrieren? Alle Line 6 Produkte können auf folgender Seite registriert werden: http://de.line6.com/account/registergear/ Welche Arten von Pedalen kann ich an das StageScape M20d anschließen? Das StageScape M20d funktioniert mit allen 6.35mm mono (zweipoligen) Fußpedalen. Ist es möglich zwei StageScape M20d simultan (oder zwischen ihnen wechselnd) in der iPad App zu benutzen? Es ist einem iPad möglich zwei StageScape M20d zu steuern, aber nur indem es zwischen beiden wechselt, simultan können diese nicht benutzt werden. Der Benutzer kann auf seinem iPad ein StageScape zur gleichen Zeit kontrollieren indem er eines im WiFi Menu auswählt. Wie sende ich ein Monitorsignal? Schließen Sie vorerst eine Aktivbox an den Monitorausgang des M20d an. Ein Monitor wird nun auf dem Bildschirm des M20d erscheinen mit dem Buchstaben A, B, C oder D je nachdem wo Sie die Aktivbox eingesteckt haben. Einer der Drehknöpfe wird nun in blau aufleuchten, was die Kontrolle des Pegels eines Monitors darstellt. Benutzen Sie diesen um den Monitor Gain bis an die weiße Einkerbung zu drehen. Gehen Sie dann zum Monitor Fenster des M20d und dort werden nun alle Knöpfe von aktiven Kanälen blau aufleuchten. Passen Sie hier nun die Pegel der aktiven Kanäle an, die Sie an Ihren Monitor schicken wollen. Wie sende ich ein Effektsignal? Effektsignal, welche für gewöhnlich für Zeit bezogene Effekte (Reverbs, Delays, Chorus, Flange und Vocal Doubler) reserviert sind kann man im Global FX Menu finden. Im Tweak Menu wählen Sie oben links den Kanal Global FX aus. Wählen Sie nun den Global Effect aus den Sie gerne benutzen würden und wählen Sie dann den Ausgang an der linken Seite aus an den Sie das Signal senden wollen. Benutzen Sie dann den violett aufleuchtenden Drehknopf um den Pegel einzustellen. Werden Global FX Effekte auf meinen kompletten Mix angewandt? Nein, globale effekte sind global, da jeder Kanal individuell Zugriff auf globale Effekt hat. Die globalen Effekte ersetzen hier die "aux buses" auf anderen Mixern, dort hat man normalerweise auf anderen Mixern Zeit bezogene Effekte wie Reverb oder Delay. Weitere Informationen können Sie in der oberen Anwort finden. Warum schaltet die Option "mute all" meine Kopfhörer nicht stumm? "Mute all" schaltet alle Signale, die an Main Outs und Monitor Out gesendet werden stumm, so können Sie Einstellungen anhand des Kopfhöreres vornehmen ohne, dass das Signal an die Ausgänge gesendet wird. Wie kann ich manuell Inserts hinzufügen? Zur Zeit können Inserts nicht manuell verwaltet oder hinzugefügt werden, da Inserts Teil der DSP Presets sind, die im Tweak Fenster erreichabr sind. Insert Presets können für zuküntige Nutzung abgespeichert und geladen werden. Insert Presets aus anderen Instumenten laden wird das Icon des Kanals auf der Bühne verändern. Z.B.: Wenn Sie einen "Male Vocal" Kanal haben und versuchen das "Bongos" Preset im Tweak Menu zu laden, wird das Icon des Kanals zum Bongos Icon. Wo kann ich Mute/Solo für meine Kanäle einschalten? Mute/Solo für Ihre Kanäle sind im Perform Fenster benutzbar. Um zwischen Solo und Mute zu klicken Sie "Show Solo Buttons" oben im Bild an. Wenn ich L6 Link benutze wird mir kein Monitor auf der Bühne angezeigt. Warum? Wenn Sie L6 Link benutzen müssen manuell einen Monitor auf die Bühne stellen. Monitore werde nur dann automatisch erstellt, wenn Sie ein XLR Kabel in einen "Monitor Out" einstecken. Wie kann ich meine Kanäle gruppieren? Im Setup Fenster doppelklicken Sie den Drehknopf eines freien Kanals um das "Group Assign" Menu zu öffnen. Von dort aus können Sie dann die Kanäle auswählen, die Sie gerne zusammen in einer Gruppe hätten. Sie können alle Global Effect Returns in eine Gruppe oder mit anderen Kanälen legen. Kann ich die Kanalfarben verändern um meine Eingangsarten besser zu organisieren? Nein, Kanalfarben sind fixe Einstellungen und somit nicht veränderbar. Muss ich im "Perform" Modus sein um zu spielen? Nein, der "Perform" Modus ist jedoch für die best möglichest Performancemanagement geeignet, da Sie hier mixen un Ihre Scenen verwalten können. Alle Ausgänge bleiben vollkommen funktionstüchtig in anderen Modi. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Level und Trim? Trim ist der Eingangs-Gain des M20d während Level die Lautstärke eines Kanals innerhalb des Mixes darstellt. Oder anders, Trim ist der Vorverstärker und Level der Fader. Wie kann ich einen externen Signalverarbeiter (ESP) an mein M20d anschließen? Benutzen Sie dazu einen Monitor Out um den Prozessor zu speisen, verbinden Sie den Ausgang des Prozessors mit einem symmetrischen Line Eingang 13-16 oder einem offenen Eingang 1-12 falls die symmetrischen schon besetzt sind. Hat das M20d einen HI-Z Instrumenteingang? Jeder der 12 Kombieingänge akzeptiert XLR und 6.35mm Instrumentkabel. Was ist FBS? FBS steht für FeedBack Suppression und ist die eingebaute Rückkopplungsunterdrückung des M20d. Kann der "Quick Capture" Modus auch länger als 20 Sekunden aufnehmen? Ja, aber die Aufnahme von mehr als 20 Sekunden erfordert eine USB Festplatte (mit eigener Stromversorgung), SD Karte oder Computer. Wie benutze ich WiFi mit dem M20d? WiFi auf dem M20d erfordert einen unterstützten WiFi USB Stick. Unterstützte Produkte können Sie hier finden. Wie lösche ich eine Spur? Im Setup Modus wählen Sie das Icon der Spur aus, die Sie löschen wollen und tippen dann auf den roten Papierkorb oben rechts in der Ecke. Wo kann ich Pan einstellen? Im Setup oder Perform Fenster können Sie Pan einstellen indem Sie oben auf das Panel drücken. Dann wählen Sie im Dropdown Menu "Pan" aus. Im Tweak Modus können Sie dann Pan individuell für jeden Kanal einstellen per orangenem Drehknopf. Der Pan Regler ist unten links in der Ecke angezeigt. Kann ich einen Limiter auf meine Main Outs setzen? Im Tweak Modus tippen Sie auf die Kanalauswahl oben links, klicken Sie auf "Output Channel" dann "Main Out". Wählen Sie "Deep Tweak" oben in der Mitte aus. Dort werden Sie dann HiPass Filter, 4 band compressor, 6 band EQ, 4 band limiter und L6 Link Grafik Equalizer als Ausgänge wählen. Gibt es einen grafischen Equalizer für meinen Mix? Ein grafischer Equalizer ist verfügbar, wenn Sie Ihr M20d mit L6 Link benutzen. Im Tweak Modus unter Deep Tweak dann L6 Link EQ anklicken. Grafische Equalizer können auf alle Ausgänge gelegt werden, werden aber nur aktiv bei Benutzung des L6 Link. Wie kann ich den Namen eines Kanals ändern? Im Setup Fenster wählen Sie vorerst einen Eingang auf Ihrer Bühne aus. Dann klicken Sie oben rechts im Bild auf die Computertastatur um den Namen zu ändern. Oder Sie klicken oben rechts im Bild auf das kleine Bild des Eingangs des Sie ausgewählt haben. Von dort aus können Sie dann das Icon oder den Namen ändern. Wieso flackert die Zahl meines Icons eines Kanals auf der Bühne in gelb? Sie haben ein Icon auf die Bühne gesetzt ohne dazugehörigen Eingang. Der gelbe Indikator ist ein Platzhalter für den gewählten Kanal. Kann ich einen Eingang neu zuweisen nachdem ich ein Icon auf der Bühne erstellt habe? Ja, im Setup Modus klicken Sie oben in der Mitte auf I/O, dann tippen Sie auf den Eingang den Sie gerne bewegen wollen und doppelklicken dann den Eingang auf den Sie diesen zuweisen wollen. Kann ich zwei M20d synchronisieren, sodass beide ein Stereo Main Mix ausgeben? Nein, Sie können 2 M20d's nicht synchronisieren. Wenn Sie 2 M20d's haben und mehr als 16 Eingänge benötigen empfehlen wir 1 M20d als Submixer zu benutzen indem Sie dessen Main Outs mit 2 Eingängen des anderen M20d verbinden. In diesem Fall dient der letztere M20d als Main Out für die Lautsprecher. *** Achtung, bekannter Fehler: Phantomspeisung auf den Eingängen 7-12 speichert nicht auf Szenen oder Setups. Dieser Fehler wurde jedoch im Firmware Update 1.10 behoben.*** F.A.Q. StageScape M20d Je ne sais pas connecter mon iPad avec mon StageScape avec Apple Airport Express. Qu'est-ce que je peux faire? Assurez-vous que la lumière sur le front de votre Airport Express est vert continu et pas jaune clignotant. Si la lumière clignote jaune, vous devez éventuellement utiliser l'Airport Utility pour reconfigurer votre Airport Express. Sur Windows, téléchargez Airport Utility (Choisissez Airport Utility 5.5.3 si vous utilisez Windows XP ou Vista et 5.6.1 pour Windows 7). Si vous avez un ordinateur Mac, le logiciel Airport Utility est déjà sur votre Mac (Applications -> Utilitaires -> Airport Utility). Suivez ces étapes pour configurer Airport Express. Si le programme veut que vous entrez un mot de passe, c'est seulement pour connecter au internet et pas pour connecter iPad et StageScape. Si j'ai actualisé le firmware de mon StageScape M20d, il toujours dit que j'ai le vieux firmware. Qu'est-ce que c'est? Si vous mettez à jour votre firmware du StageScape M20d, veuillez uniquement connecter l'unité de stockage sur lequel vous avez enregistré la mise à jour firmware. Si j'ai actualisé le firmware de mon StageScape M20d, l'application StageScape ne fonctionne plus. Qu'est-ce que c'est? Le firmware sur votre StageScape M20d et l'application StageScape doivent être sur la même version. Si vous avez mis à jour le firmware du mixer, téléchargez la version nouvelle de l'application également. Est-ce que je peux ouvrir des Setups que j'ai faits sur firmware 1.10 sur un StageScape à la version 1.00? Oui, vous pouvez restaurer ces Setups sur un StageScape qui est sur une version vielle mais quelques Setups avec des monitors stéréo peuvent causer des erreurs. Dans ce cas, enregistrez le Setup sans monitor stéréo sur la version 1.10 et le Setup s'ouvre correctement sur le vieux firmware. Est-ce qu'il y en a une longueur maximale pour les connexions L6 Link? Oui, toutes les connexions L6 Link demandent des câbles AES/EBU avec une longueur maximale de 15 mètres. Connecter plusieurs câbles ensemble n'est pas recommandé. Quelle est la différence entre une Scene et un Setup? Les Scenes sont une partie d'un Setup et si vous allez sur un Setup nouveau sans enregistrer votre Setup actuel, les Scenes que vous avez faits sur le premier Setup ne sont pas enregistré et vous les perdez. Si vous avez un concert, 3 groupes avec 5 chansons par groupe. Chaque groupe a son propre Setup avec une Scene par chanson. Donc vous avez 3 Setups avec chaque contenir 5 scènes. Pans, effects et levels sont enregistrés dans la SCENE mais Les Stage Icon , input channels et channel trims sont enregistré dans votre SETUP. Combien de temps est-ce que le StageScape M20d peut enregistrer? Les durées d'enregistrement sont inscrites en minutes:secondes. *248:36 est le temps d'enregistrement maximal. 2Go est la taille maximale d'un fichier. M20d n'enregistre plus si la carte SD ou disque dur a moins que 64 Mo d'espace libre. Quels produits USB WiFi sont compatibles avec StageScape M20d? Seulement l'EnGenius EUB-9801, Samsung WIS12ABGNX (WIS9ABGN and a WIS10ABGN are NOT compatible), Linksys AE1000 (AE1200 et AE2500 ne fonctionnent pas) et le Samsung WIS10ABGN sont compatibles avec StageScape M20d. C'est possible d'utiliser l'adaptateur Apple USB à Ethernet (UPC: 885909439560) et un routeur WiFi Ethernet. Quelles cartes SD sont compatibles avec StageScape M20d? Toutes les cartes SD de classe 10 fonctionnent avec le StageScape M20d. Seulement ces cartes sont supportées. Quelle sortie du StageScape M20d est-ce que j'utilise pour mon moniteur amplificateur ou enceinte active quand je mixe? Utilisez un câble symétrique XLR pour connecter les sorties XLR G/D "Main Outs" aux entrées de votre moniteur amplificateur ou enceinte active. Comment est-ce que je connecte mon StageScape M20d avec mon ordinateur pour l'enregistrer? Avant que vous le connectiez à votre ordinateur, vous devez installer les pilotes les plus nouveaux sur l'ordinateur. Téléchargez ces pilotes Line 6 sur notre site web des logiciels: http://fr.line6.com/software/ Suivez les instructions dans la fenêtre du programme d'installation. Une fois l'installation est terminée, connectez un câble USB avec le port USB "PC" du StageScape M20d avec un port USB de votre ordinateur. Est-ce que je peux utiliser un microphone à condensateur, qui a besoin d'alimentation fantôme 48V, avec mon StageScape M20d? Le StageScape M20d a l'alimentation fantôme disponible sur les entrées XLR 1 à 12. Pour activer l'alimentation fantôme, tapez le panneau Input/Output en centre supérieur et tapez le bouton "48V" à gauche des entrées 1 à 6 et 7 à 12 pour activer l'alimentation fantôme pour chaque ligne. Où est-ce que je connecte mes écouteurs pour monitoring? Le StageScape M20d inclus une sortie spécialement pour des écouteurs pour monitoring vos mixes. Connectez les écouteurs à la sortie 6.35mm "Phones" du StageScape M20d et ajustez le bouton "Phones" pour régler le volume. Comment est-ce que je peux recevoir un signal des sorties principaux du StageScape M20d? Pour une présentation de la procédure de mixage, veuillez voir le vidéo "Getting Started", le site principal du M20d et le forum. Comment est-ce que j'utilise des retours de scène avec mon StageScape M20d? Le StageScape M20d dispose de quatre sorties moniteurs indépendants avec des mixages moniteurs séparés. Connectez des câbles XLR symétriques du "Monitor Out" A, B, C ou D dans l'entrée de vos retours de scène. Combien d'entrées sont sur le StageScape M20d? Le StageScape M20d dispose de 20 canaux d'entrés: 12 entrées mic/line d'haute performance, contrôlés digitalement avec détection automatique. 4 entrées line symétriques avec détection automatique. 2 entrées pour streaming digitale du ordinateur, clé USB ou carte SD. 1 entrée stéréo line pour intégrer un lecteur MP3 ou une autre source audio. Où est-ce que je peux trouver un guide d'utilisation avancé pour le StageScape M20d? Nous n'avons pas un guide d'utilisation avancé pour le StageScape M20d, plutôt, nous avons une série des guides petits qui donnent des détails au sujet du traitement du canal, Global FX, L6 Link Setup, Monitor Mode et autres. Où est-ce que je peux trouver des manuels d'utilisation pour le StageScape M20d? Tous les manuels sont listés sur ce site web: http://fr.line6.com/support/manuals/stagescape Où est-ce que je peux enregistrer mon StageScape M20d? Les produits Line 6 peuvent être enregistrés sur ce site web: http://fr.line6.com/account/registergear/ Quels types de commutateurs au pied est-ce que je peux utiliser pour les entrées des commutateurs au pied ("Footswitch") sur le StageScape M20d? Le StageScape M20d fonctionne avec tous les commutateurs au pied 6.35mm jack 2 points. Est-ce que c'est possible de contrôler deux StageScape M20d simultanément (ou bascule entre eux) dans l'application iPad? C'est possible pour un iPad de basculer entre deux StageScape M20d mais ce n'est pas possible de les contrôler simultanément. L'utilisateur peut choisir un StageScape en même temps en sélectant un des StageScape WiFi. Comment puis-je envoyer un signal au moniteur? D'abord, vous devez connecter une enceinte active à une sortie moniteur du M20d. Un moniteur apparait dans la "Stage" nommé A, B, C ou D selon l'entrée vous avez utilisé. Un encodeur s'allumera en bleu qui montre qu'il contrôle le niveau du moniteur. Utilisez cet encodeur pour ajuster le "gain" du moniteur jusqu'à l'entaille blanche sur le signal moniteur. Allez à la page moniteur du M20d. Tous les encodeurs s'allument en bleu. Ajustez ici les niveaux des canaux actifs que vous voulez transmettre au moniteur. Comment puis-je envoyer un signal "Effect"? L'envoi d'"Effects" est réservé pour les effets basés sur le temps (Reverbs, Delays, Chorus, Flange, et Vocal Doubler). Vous les pouvez trouver dans Global FX. Allez dans la fenêtre Tweak, sélectez votre canal en gauche supérieur Global FX. Sélectez le Global FX que vous voulez utiliser et sélectez la sortie dans la liste à gauche. Un encodeur s'allume en pourpre si vous avez sélecté un Global FX. Utilisez cet encodeur pour ajuster le niveau de l'effet. Est-ce que le Global FX applique sur tout le mixage? Non, les effets globaux sont globaux parce-que tous les canaux peuvent envoyer un signal à un effet global. Les effets globaux remplacent les "aux buses" sur autres mixeurs (C'est la place ou vous avez vos effets basés sur le temps normalement.). Information supplémentaire est dans la réponse au-dessus. Pourquoi est-ce que "Mute all" n'assourdi pas mes écouteurs? "Mute all" assourdi tous les signaux envoyés aux moniteurs et "Main Outs" comme-ca vous pouvez faire des ajustements dans vos écouteurs sans envoyer un signal aux sorties. Comment est-ce que je peux ajouter manuellement des inserts? À ce moment, inserts ne sont pas ajouté ou administré manuellement parce-que les inserts sont une partie des presets DSP dans la fenêtre Tweak. Les presets insert peuvent être enregistré et chargé pour un usage futur. Si vous chargés un preset insert d'un autre instrument, l'icône de ce canal change. Si vous avez un canal "Male Vocal" et vous essayez de charger le "Bongos" preset dans le menu Tweak, cette action change l'icône dans un icône "Bongos". Où est-ce que je peux assourdir et solo mes canaux? Les muets ou solos sont disponibles dans le menu Performance Mode. Pour basculer entre solo et "mute", sélectez "Show Solo Buttons" en haut. Si j'utilise L6 Link, pourquoi est-ce qu'il n'y en a pas un icône moniteur sur mon écran? Si vous utilisez L6 Link, vous avez besoin de créer un icône moniteur vous-mêmes. Les moniteurs sont seulement créés automatiquement si vous l'insérez dans une sortie moniteur XLR. Comment est-ce que je groupe mes canaux? Dans le mode "Setup", double cliquez l'encodeur d'un canal vide pour ouvrir le menu "Group Assign". Ici vous pouvez choisir les canaux pour le groupe. Vous pouvez grouper tous les effets globaux return ou autres canaux dans un groupe. Puis-je changer les couleurs des canaux pour organiser mes types d'entrée? Non, les couleurs des canaux sont fixés. Doi s-je être dans le mode "Perform" pour jouer? "Perform" est le mode où vous pouvez mixer et gérer vos scènes, c'est pour la gestion de performances mais tous les sorties sont actifs dans les autres modes. Quelle est la différence entre "level" et "trim"? Trim est le gain d'entrée du M20d et Level est le volume du canal dans le mix. En quelque sorte, Trim est le préamplificateur et Level est le fader du canal. Comment est-ce que je connecte un processeur de signal externe à mon M20d? Utilisez une sortie moniteur pour le processeur, connectez la sortie du processeur à une entrée line symétrique 13 à 16 ou une entrée line "open" 1 à 12 si tous les entrées symétriques sont prises. Est-ce que le M20d a une entrée pour un instrument HI-Z? Chacun des 12 entrées combi accepte un câble 6.35mm ou XLR. Qu'est-ce qu'un FBS? FBS veut dire FeedBack Suppression, c'est la suppression du feedback intégré dans le M20d. Est-ce que le "Quick Capture" peut enregistrer plus que 20 secondes? Oui, mais enregistrer plus que 20 secondes faut un disque dur USB (avec sa propre alimentation), carte SD ou ordinateur connecté au M20d. Comment puis-je utiliser WiFi sur mon M20d? WiFi sur le M20d demande une clé USB WiFi soutenue. Clés USB WiFi soutenus: WiFi USB Adapter & SD card Compatibility and Connectivity Comment puis-je supprimer un track? En mode "Setup" sélectez l'icône du track que vous voulez supprimer et tapez la rouge corbeille en droite supérieur pour supprimer un track. Où puis-je contrôler Pan? En mode Perform or Setup, les options Pan peuvent être contrôlées dans le menu encodeur en supérieur de l'écran. Sélectez Pan du menu déroulant. En Mode Tweak, vous pouvez ajuster Pan individuellement pour chaque canal des encodeurs orange. Les réglages sont affichés en gauche inférieur du menu Tweak. Puis-je mettre un limiteur sur mes "Main Outs"? En mode "Tweak" tapez la sélection canal en supérieur gauche, sélectez "Output Channels" et "Main Out". Après, sélectez "Deep Tweak" en centre supérieur. Là vous pouvez trouver un filtre "HiPass", "4 Band Compressor", "6 Band EQ", "4 Band Limiter" et "L6 Link graphic eq" pour les sorties. Est-ce qu'il y en a un égaliseur graphique pour mon mix? Un égaliseur graphique est disponible sur le M20d si vous utilisez L6 Link. Il peut-être trouvé en mode Tweak sous "Deep Tweak" et "L6 Link EQ". Les égaliseurs graphiques peuvent être placés sur tous les sorties mais sont seulement actives si vous utilisez L6 Link. Comment puis-je changer le nom d'un canal? En mode Setup, sélectez une entrée sur le Stage. Si vous avez choisissez un canal, tapez l'icône d'un clavier en supérieur droite pour changer le nom. Ou, tapez la petite image de l'entrée et changez le nom et icône dans ce menu. Pourquoi est-ce que l'icône d'un canal Stage clignote jaune? Parce-que vous avez créé un icône dans le Stage sans entrée connecté. L'indicateur jaune serve comme un espace réservé pour le canal désigné. Puis-je réassigner une entrée une fois j'ai créé l'icône dans Stage? Oui, en mode Setup, tapez "I/O" en centre supérieur et tapez l'entrée vous voulez déplacer et après double-tapez l'entrée sur lequel vous le voulez assigner. Puis-je synchroniser deux M20d dans un système qui délivre à une main mix stéréo? Non, vous ne pouvez pas synchroniser 2 M20d. Si vous avez 2 M20d et vous avez besoin de plus que 16 entrées, nous recommandons d'utiliser 1 M20d comme "submixer" avec les deux "main outs" connectés à 2 entrées de l'autre M20d. Dans ce cas, le dernier M20d sera utilisé comme sortie principale des haut-parleurs. ***Problème connu: L'alimentation fantôme dans les entrées 7 à 12 n'enregistre pas sur les Scenes et Setups. Ce problème a été résolu avec version 1.10 du firmware.***
  15. Here is the user's guide found in the Help section of the Variax Workbench software. Please click on each image to view the instructions: Workbench Setup Workbench Tonelocker Workbench Editor Pt. 1 Workbench Editor Pt. 2 For further information on using the Variax Workbench software, please check out the following Variax Workbench FAQ's.
  16. Product Manuals: XD-V55 Pilot's Guide XD-V55H Pilot's Guide XD-V55HS Pilot's Guide XD-V55L Pilot's Guide XD-V55 Features: 300 foot (100 meter) range 12 Channels supporting up to 12 simultaneous systems 24-Bit digital audio signal; providing the audio response of a cable without companding 10Hz to 20 kHz bandwidth, with up to 117 dBA dynamic range Microphone Modeling (on the Handheld Transmitter) EQ/Filter Modeling for headset, instrument and lavalier mics (on the Bodypack Transmitter) NOTE: Please do NOT use Stereo (TRS) 1/4" connector/cables with the 1/4" unbalanced Output Jack on the XD-V55. The ring of a stereo cable is used for data transmissions in factory setup and may cause computer-like noise to be coupled into your audio signal if you use a Stereo 1/4" cable. Please use a standard 1/4" MONO cable for the unbalanced Audio Out on the XD-V55 Receiver. Dynamic Filter: engage this feature on the receiver to minimize stage rumble or handling noise. THH12 (Handheld Mic Transmitter) offers four selectable vocal microphone models: [57] - Shure SM57 [58] - Shure SM58 [835] - Sennheiser e835 [L6] - Line 6 Custom TBP12 (Beltpack Transmitter) offers four selectable EQ/filter models: [FLAT] - No EQ (no roll-off or boost to the signal) [s1] - Microphone EQ (Vocal EQ Setting #1: Low Cut) [s2] - Microphone EQ (Vocal EQ Setting #2: Headworn Lavalier Setting) [iF] - Instrument (20-foot guitar cable High Frequency roll-off) Changing Transmitters from RF2 (Default Mode on XD-V55) to RF1 Mode (for either THH12 Handheld or TBP12 Bodypack): Power on the Transmitter Hold the Select button until the Channel Number flashes Press and hold the On/Mute (Power) button and then quickly press the Select AND Value/Power for Handheld) within one second. Waiting longer than one second may turn off the Transmitter Check the LCD Display; reading should change to RF-1 in place of CH, indicating that the Transmitter is now in RF1, which is what the older XD-V70 and XD-V30 Receivers operate on To revert back to RF2 Mode, repeat the above process in Step #3. The Transmission Mode that is set will be remembered when the Transmitter is powered off. 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
  17. 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.
  18. 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
  19. 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)
  20. Deutsche Version Version française James Tyler Variax Guitar Specs (Korean) JTV-59 - Mahogany body with carved maple top with flame maple veneer - Set mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard - 24-9/16" scale length - 12" radius neck profile - Tyler '59 neck shape - 22 medium-jumbo frets and dot inlays - 1-11/16" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut - Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Chrome hardware - Fully adjustable Tyler-designed stoptail bridge - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Vintage-voiced alnico neck and bridge humbuckers wound to Tyler's specs - Master volume and tone knobs - Model and Alt Tune knobs - 3-way selector switch - VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta™ II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products - Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger - Variax Workbench™ software and USB interface - Includes quality padded gig bag - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately JTV-69 - Alder body - Bolt-on solid maple neck with rosewood fingerboard - 25-1/2" scale length - 12" radius neck profile - Tyler '69 neck shape - 22 medium-jumbo frets and dot inlays - 1-5/8" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut - Sealed locking/staggered tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Chrome hardware - Fully adjustable Tyler-designed tremolo bridge - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Alnico bridge humbucker and vintage-style neck and middle single-coil pickups wound to Tyler's specs - Master volume and tone knobs - Model knob and Alt Tune roller knob - 5-way selector switch - VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta™ II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products - Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger - Variax Workbench™ software and USB interface - Includes quality padded gig bag - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately JTV-89 - Mahogany body - 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard (Tyler Fast n' Flat neck shape) - 25-1/2" scale length - 16" radius neck profile - Tyler Fast n’ Flat neck shape - 24 jumbo frets and dot inlays - 1-11/16" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut - Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Black and black nickel hardware - Fully adjustable Tyler Custom stoptail bridge - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Two high-output, PAF-style alnico humbucking pickups wound to Tyler's specs - Master volume and tone knobs - Model and Alt Tune knobs - 5-way selector switch - VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta™ II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products - Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger - Variax Workbench™ software and USB interface - Includes quality padded gig bag - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately JTV-89F - Mahogany body - 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard (Tyler Fast n' Flat neck shape) - 25-1/2" scale length - 16" radius neck profile - Tyler Fast n’ Flat neck shape - 24 jumbo frets and dot inlays - Locking Floyd Rose® nut and string tree - Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Black and black nickel hardware - Floyd Rose® Licensed double-locking tremolo system* by Graph Tech - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Two high-output, PAF-style alnico humbucking pickups wound to Tyler's specs - Master volume and tone knobs - Model and Alt Tune knobs - 5-way selector switch - VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta™ II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products - Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger - Variax Workbench™ software and USB interface - Includes quality padded gig bag - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately VARIAX STANDARD - Alder body - Bolt-on solid maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and pearl dot inlays - 25-1/2� scale length - 13 3/4" fret board radius - 22 medium frets - 1-5/8" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut - Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Chrome hardware - Fully adjustable tremolo bridge - SSS pickup configuration features vintage-style single-coil pickups loaded with alnico V magnets - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Master Volume and Tone knobs - 5-way selector switch - Model knob and Alt Tune roller knob for easily accessing instrument sounds and alternate tunings - 1/4� out VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) - Lithium-ion battery (Up to 12 hours of play time) and international wall charger (also functions as standard electric guitar without batteries) - Variax Workbench™ HD software and USB interface - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately - Tobacco Sunburst, Midnight Black, and Vintage White finishes available VARIAX SHURIKEN - Alder tone wood body, w/ "Shuriken"-style double cutaway shape - Bolt-on Maple neck, Rosewood fingerboard - 27" scale length - 12" radius neck profile - "Shuriken" "C" shape neck - 24 medium jumbo frets - Graphtech low friction, 1.65" width nut - Fully sealed locking tuners - Black hardware - Custom fixed bridge, string through body design - Custom mid-gain humbucker magnetic pick-up - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Master Volume and Tone knobs - 5-way selector switch - Model knob and Alt Tune roller knob for easily accessing instrument sounds and alternate tunings - 1/4� out VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) - Lithium-ion battery (Up to 12 hours of play time) and international wall charger (also functions as standard electric guitar without batteries) - Variax Workbench™ HD software and USB interface - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately James Tyler Variax Guitar Specs (USA) JTV-59US Hand-selected mahogany body and carved figured maple top Set mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays 24-9/16" scale length Tyler '59 neck shape 12" radius neck profile 22 medium-jumbo German-wire frets 1-11/16" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut Hipshot Classic tuners (18:1 turn ratio) Chrome hardware Fully adjustable Tyler-designed stoptail bridge L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system Vintage-voiced alnico neck and bridge humbuckers wound to James Tyler's specs Master volume and tone knobs Model and Alt Tune knobs 3-way selector switch Made in U.S.A. Assembled by 30+ year veteran luthier Tim Wilson High-quality local set-up and inspection VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta™ II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products Two Li-Ion batteries (for up to 24 hours of play time), and international wall charger Variax Workbench™ software and USB interface Includes high-quality, plush-lined G&G hardshell case Spare battery Charger and cable kit available separately JTV-69US Hand-selected ash or alder body Solid quarter-sawn maple neck with maple or rosewood fingerboard Dot inlays 25-1/2" scale length Tyler ’59 neck shape Compound 10-12" radius neck profile 22 medium-jumbo German-wire frets 1-5/8" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut Hipshot Grip-Lock locking staggered tuners (18:1 turn ratio) Chrome hardware Fully adjustable Tyler-designed tremolo bridge L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system Alnico bridge humbucker and vintage-style neck and middle single-coil pickups wound to James Tyler's specs Master volume and tone knobs Model knob and Alt Tune roller knob 5-way selector switch Made in U.S.A. Assembled by 30+ year veteran luthier Tim Wilson High-quality local set-up and inspection VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta™ II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products Two Li-Ion batteries (for up to 24 hours of play time), and international wall charger Variax Workbench™ software and USB interface Includes high-quality, plush-lined G&G hardshell case Spare battery Charger and cable kit available separately JTV-89US Mahogany body 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard 25-1/2" scale length Tyler Fast n’ Flat neck shape 16" radius neck profile 24 jumbo frets and dot inlays 1-11/16" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) Black and black nickel hardware Fully adjustable Tyler Custom stoptail bridge L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system Two high-output, PAF-style alnico humbucking pickups wound to Tyler's specs Master volume and tone knobs Model and Alt Tune knobs 5-way selector switch VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta™ II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger Variax Workbench™ software and USB interface Includes high-quality, plush-lined G&G hardshell case Spare battery Charger and cable kit available separately Battery Q: What kind of battery is used in the James Tyler Variax and what is the battery life? A: JTV guitars use a lithium-ion battery similar to that of a camcorder. A fully charged battery can deliver at least 12 hours of continuous performance. There is a four light battery life indicator on the battery compartment on the back of the JTV guitars that can be viewed by pressing the round flush black button next to the lights. 4 LEDs = 9+ hours 3 LEDs = 6+ hours 2 LEDs = 3+ hours 1 LED = less than 3 hours 1 LED blinking = less than 1 hour, recharge battery Note: Using a non-Line 6 JTV battery will void your warranty and may damage your JTV. Q: How can I power my JTV without a battery? A: There are 2 ways to supply power to the Variax without a battery. When connected to VDI Digital Input equipped hardware, such as a POD X3 Live, power is supplied via this connection. Or, use the optional XPS-DI direct box/power supply and TRS cable. With this box you can power the Variax and it also works as an A/B box to send your signal out of a DI to go direct to a board or acoustic amplifier with certain models. When powering the JTV guitar with either TRS or VDI connection, it is suggested to remove the battery from the guitar. Q: How long does it take to fully charge a dead battery for the JTV guitars? A: It takes about 12 hours to fully charge a dead JTV battery, but leaving it to charge overnight is a good time to do this. You can get a 4-6 hour play time by charging the JTV battery for 30-45 minutes. Q: What does the indicator light mean on the JTV battery charger? A: A solid RED light on the charger indicates that the battery is charging. A blinking RED light means that either the batter is fully charged, or the battery was inserted improperly into the charger and needs to be re-seated properly. If you know the battery needs charging and you get a blinking RED light when it is put into the charger, please re-seat the battery in the charger. Tuning Gears JTV-59US and JTV-89US guitars will have Hipshot Classic Guitar Tuning Machines. They are sleek, precision-built tuners with an ultra-smooth 18:1 gear ratio. The JTV-69US guitars feature the Hipshot Grip-Lock Locking Guitar Tuning Machines that are staggered in height for maximum tuning stability. For the Korean James Tyler Variax guitars, we went with 16:1 sealed tuners on all three models. They are die-cast, modern-built, solid tuners. They are sealed permanently and lubricated to work smoothly for years to come without slipping or binding. As with the JTV-69US, we went with locking and staggered versions of these 16:1 sealed tuners. As with the staggered locking tuners, the locking pole pieces within each tuner are staggered as well to match the size the tuner. They are measured 23.4mm (x2 forlow E/A strings), 21.9mm (x2 for D/G strings), and 20.4mm (x2 for B/high E strings). New HD Acoustic Models Q: When were the new HD acoustic models added to the JTV guitars? A: The new HD acoustic models were added in firmware 1.81 and are included in all newer firmware versions of the JTV guitars after that. Q: What does the Tone knob do on the newer HD acoustic models on the JTV guitars? A: The Tone knob on the new HD acoustic models is used to adjust the amount of body resonance for the model, but it was also specially programmed to have the top 10% of the Tone knob completely remove this resonance (at the 90-100% position) for those that prefer to remove that sound from the new acoustic models to closely resemble the flat nature of the older acoustic models from previous Variax guitars. Alternate Tuning Knob Q: How does the Alternate Tuning Knob on the JTV guitars work? A: The Alternate Tuning Knob on the JTV gutiars can be used to any of the preset tunings that are saved to the knob. This knob has 12 settings including two labeled 'Model' and 'Standard' Set to 'Model,' the Alternate Tuning Knob lets you access the alternate tunings you created using the Variax Workbench software. These tunings are stored on your Variax's Model knob. Set to 'Standard,' the Alternate Tuning knob overrides saved tunings to set every model to standard EADGBE tuning. The Alt Tune knob's remainging 10 settings are hand-picked for each stle of James Tyler Variax guitar. Q: How do I reset the tunings? A: The on-board factory tuning reset feature was removed starting with HD firmware (2.x and higher). That procedure was to plug in while holding down the model knob. To reset the tunings in firmware 2.0+, they have to be loaded from the Workbench HD program. Alt tunings for JTV-59 and JTV-69: MODEL STANDARD: E A D G B E DROP D: D A D G B E 1/2 DOWN: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb DROP Db: Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb 1 DOWN: D G C F A D DADGAD: D A D G A D OPEN D: D A D F# A D BLUES G: D G D G B D RESO G: G B D G B D OPEN A: E A C# E A E BARITONE: B E A D F# B Alt tunings for JTV-89/89F: MODEL STANDARD: E A D G B E DROP D: D A D G B E 1/2 DOWN: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb DROP Db: Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb 1 DOWN: D G C F A D DROP C: C G C F A D m3 DOWN: Db Gb B E Ab Db DROP B: B Gb B E Ab Db M3 DOWN: C F Bb Eb G C DROP Bb: Bb F Bb Eb G C BARITONE: B E A D F# B Workbench Interface Q: How do I get the Variax Workbench interface to recognize the James Tyler Variax guitar? A: First, ensure that you have downloaded and installed the latest drivers for the Workbench interface from the Line 6 Downloads page. Then, ensure that the battery of the James Tyler Variax is charged and inserted into the guitar. Connect the Variax Workbench interface to the computer via USB, and also connect the James Tyler Variax guitar to the Workbench interface via the included VDI/Network cable. Lastly, connect a 1/4" cable into the guitar's output jack to power on the guitar (as the Workbench interface DOES NOT provide power to the guitar, this 'dummy' plug is necessary for the interface to recognize the JTV). The other end of the 1/4" cable does not need to be plugged into anything. You should see 2 green lights on the Workbench interface when everything is connected and being recognized properly. Factory Reset and Updating the Flash Memory Q: Why doesn't the Factory Reset procedure described in the manual work? A: The reset procedure described in the JTV manual was removed from the JTV guitars to make room in the memory for the Variax HD Acoustic models that were added in flash memory update v1.80. All JTV guitars with flash memory v1.80 and newer no longer have this factory reset procedure available. To perform a factory reset, re-install, rollback, or update the flash memory on the James Tyler Variax guitars, please use the following link: Variax Reflash and Software update F.A.Q. Q: If I tune physical strings on the guitar down or up on the JTV can I use the virtual capo? A: It is not recommended as it could cause audible anomalies. The guitars were designed to re-tune from E Standard tuning. Using the Virtual Capo to tune the guitar from any other tuning is unsupported. James Tyler Variax: Spezifikationen (koreanische Version) JTV-59 Mahagoni Korpus mit gewölbter Ahorndecke und Flammenahorn Furnier. Mahagonihals mit Palisandergriffbrett. 24 9/16“ Mensur. 12“ Radius Hals. Tyler Halsform von 1959. 22 Medium-Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. 1 11/16“ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Geschlossene Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Chrom Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Stoptail Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmer. Vintage Alnico Humbucker für Steg und Hals gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 3-Weg Schalter. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Li-Ion Batterie (bis zu 12 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, gepolsterter Gigbag. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-69 Erlen Korpus. Angeschraubter Ahornhals mit Palisander-Griffbrett. 25 1/2“ Mensur. 12“ Radius Hals. Tyler Halsform von 1959. 22 Medium-Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. 1 5/8“ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Geschlossene, verriegelbare und versetzte Zwirbel. Chrom Hardware. Voll einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Tremolo Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Alnico Steg-Humbucker, Vintage Hals und Mittel SingleCoil Pickup gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Li-Ion Batterie (bis zu 12 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, gepolsterter Gigbag. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-89 Mahagoni Korpus. 3-teiliger Ahornhals mit Palisander Griffbrett. (Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform) 25 1/2“ Mensur. 16“ Radius Hals. Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform. 24 Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. 1 11/16“ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Geschlossene Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Schwarze Nickel Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Stoptail Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Zwei PAF-Style Alnico Humbucker gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Li-Ion Batterie (bis zu 12 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, gepolsterter Gigbag. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-89F Mahagoni Korpus. 3-teiliger Ahornhals mit Palisander Griffbrett. (Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform) 25 1/2“ Mensur. 16“ Radius Hals. Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform. 24 Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. Schließende Floyd Rose Sattel und Saitenniederhalter. Geschlossene Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Schwarze Nickel Hardware. Zwei PAF-Style Alnico Humbucker gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Li-Ion Batterie (bis zu 12 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, gepolsterter Gigbag. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. James Tyler Variax Gitarrenspezifikationen (USA Versionen) JTV-59US: Handverlesener Mahagonikorpus sowie geschnitzten, geflammte Ahorndecke. Mahagoni Hals mit Palisander Griffbrett und Punkteinlagen. 25 9/16“ Mensur. Tyler Halsform von 1959. 12“ Radius Hals. 22 Medium-Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. 1 11/16“ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Hipshot Classic Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Chrom Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Stoptail Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Vintage Alnico Humbucker für Steg und Hals gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 3-Weg Schalter. Made in the U.S.A. Zusammengebaut von Tim Wilson, ein Gitarrenbauveteran mit über 30 Jahren Erfahrung. Qualitätsinspektion jeder einzelnen Gitarre. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Zwei Li-Ion Batterien (bis zu 24 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, samtgefütterter G & G Hartschalenkoffer. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-69US: Handverlesener Esche oder Erle Korpus. Ahornhals mit Ahorn oder Palisander Griffbrett. Punkteinlagen. 25 1/2“ Mensur. Tyler Halsform von 1959. 10-12“ Halsradius. 22 Medium-Jumbo Bünde, die in Deutschland hergestellt sind. 1 5/8“ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Hipshot Grip-Lock verschließende versetzte Zwirbel. (18:1 Verhältis) Chrom Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Tremolo Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Alnico Steg Humbucker und Vintage Hals sowie Mittel SingleCoil Pickups gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. Made in the U.S.A. Zusammengebaut von Tim Wilson, ein Gitarrenbauveteran mit über 30 Jahren Erfahrung. Qualitätsinspektion jeder einzelnen Gitarre. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Zwei Li-Ion Batterien (bis zu 24 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, samtgefütterter G & G Hartschalenkoffer. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-89US: Mahagoni Korpus. 3-teiliger Ahornhals mit Palisander Griffbrett. 25 ½“ Mensur. Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform. 16“ Halsradius. 24 Jumbo Bünde mit Punkteinlagen. 1 11/16“ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Geschlossene Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Schwarze Nickel Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Stoptail Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Zwei PAF-Style Alnico Humbucker gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. Made in the U.S.A. Zusammengebaut von Tim Wilson, ein Gitarrenbauveteran mit über 30 Jahren Erfahrung. Qualitätsinspektion jeder einzelnen Gitarre. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Zwei Li-Ion Batterien (bis zu 24 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, samtgefütterter G & G Hartschalenkoffer. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. Batterie: Welche Art Batterie verwendet Line 6 in den JTV Gitarren und wie lange halten diese? In den JTV Gitarren verwenden wir Lithium-Ion Batterien. Eine voll aufgeladene Batterie liefert ca. 12 Stunden Leistung. Auf der Rückseite der JTV befinden sich 4 LEDs. Diese geben den Batteriestand an. Drücken Sie den schwarzen Knopf neben den LEDs um den Batteriestand angezeigt zu bekommen. 4 LEDs: 9+ Stunden Laufzeit übrig. 3 LEDs: 6+ Stunden Laufzeit übrig. 2 LEDs: 3+ Stunden Kaufzeit übrig. 1 LED: Weniger als 3 Stunden übrig. 1 blinkendes LED: Weniger als 1 Stunde übrig, laden Sie die Batterie bitte auf. Achtung, es gibt zwei Wege die Variax mit Strom zu versorgen ohne eine Batterie zu verwenden. Wenn die Gitarre an ein VDI Input gerät angeschlossen ist, wie z.B. ein POD X3 Live, wird Strom über diese Verbindung geleitet. Oder Sie verwenden eine XPS-DI Box Netzteil mit TRS Kabel. Mit dieser Box können Sie die Variax mit Strom versorgen und gleichzeitig dient sie als A/B um Ihr Signal direkt aus einem DI in ein Board oder akustischen Verstärker mit verschiedenen Modellen. Wenn Sie die Gitarre auf einen dieser Wege mit Strom versorgen, dann sollten Sie immer die Batterie erst entfernen. Wie lange dauert es um eine platte Batterie einer JTV komplett aufzuladen ? Es dauert 12 Stunden um die Batterie vollständig aufzuladen. Sie können aber schon nach 30 bis 45 Minuten für 4-6 Stunden spielen. Was bedeutet die Lampe auf dem Ladegerät? Wenn das Licht durchgehend ROT leuchtet, dann heißt das, dass die Batterie nachlädt. Ein blinkendes rotes Licht heißt, dass die Batterie entweder voll geladen ist oder, dass die Batterie falsch eingesetzt worden ist. Wenn Sie aber wissen, dass die Batterie nicht voll geladen ist und das Licht blinkt, dann sollten Sie die Batterie neu ins Ladegerät einsetzen. Zwirbel: Die JTV-59US sowie JTV-89US haben Hipshot Classic Zwirbel. Diese Zwirbel sind geschmeidig und gleichzeitg präzise. 18:1 Verhältnis. Die JTV-69US Gitarren haben Hipshot Grip-Lock Zwirbel. Die Grip-Lock sind höhenverschoben für maximale Tuningstabilität. Die koreanischen Modelle haben verschlossene Zwirbel mit 16:1 Verhältnis. Moderne und solide Druckguss Zwirbel. Sie sind permanent versiegelt und eingeölt damit sie jahrelang funktionstüchtig bleiben ohne Rutschen oder Verklebung. Verschiebungen der Stäbchen in den Zwirbeln: 23.4mm für tiefe E/A Saiten. 21.9mm für D/G Saiten und 20.4mm für B/hohe E Saiten. Neue HD Acoustic Modelle: Wann wurden die neuen HD Acoustic Modelle zu den JTV Gitarren hinzugefügt? Die neuen Modelle wurden mit Firmware Patch 1.81 eingeführt und sind in jedem neueren Firmware Update enthalten. Was kann ich mit dem Tone Knopf auf neueren JTV HD Acoustic machen? Der Tone Knopf auf den neueren HD Modellen passt die Menge der Resonanz für das jeweilige Modell an, zusätzlich ist es speziell programmiert, sodass die oberen 10% des Tone Knopfes die Resonanz vollständig entfernen (zwischen 90 und 100%) für die, die liber einen flachen Sound haben. Wie bei den alten Varaix Acoustic Modellen. Alternate Tuning Knopf: Wir funktioniert der Alternate Tuning Knopf? Der Alternate Tuning Knopf auf der JTV kann mit allen anderen Presets verwendet werden wie auf dem Knopf abgespeichert sind. Der Knopf hat 12 Einstellungen, dazu gehören „Model“ und „Standard“. Stellen Sie den Alternet Tuning Knopf auf „Model“ bekommen Sie Zugriff auf Ihre Stimmungen, die Sie selbst mit der Variax Workbench Software erstellt haben. Diese sind nämlich im Variax Model Knopf abgespeichert. Stellen Sie den Knopf aber auf „Standard“, wird die Gitarrenstimmung jedes Models temporär auf EADGBE Standart gestellt. Die restlichen 10 Alternate Tuning Einstellungen sind handverlesene Tyler Variax Gitarrenstimmungen. Alternate Tuning Stimmungen für die JTV-59 und JTV-69: MODEL STANDARD: E A D G H E DROP D: D A D G H E 1/2 DOWN: Eb Ab Db Gb Hb Eb DROP Db: Db Ab Db Gb Hb Eb 1 DOWN: D G C F A D DADGAD: D A D G A D OPEN D: D A D F# A D BLUES G: D G D G H D RESO G: G H D G H D OPEN A: E A C# E A E BARITONE: H E A D F# H Alternate Tuning Stimmungen für die JTV-59 und JTV-69: MODEL STANDARD: E A D G H E DROP D: D A D G H E 1/2 DOWN: Eb Ab Db Gb Hb Eb DROP Db: Db Ab Db Gb Hb Eb 1 DOWN: D G C F A D DROP C: C G C F A D m3 DOWN: Db Gb H E Ab Db DROP B: H Gb B E Ab Db M3 DOWN: C F Hb Eb G C DROP Bb: Hb F Hb Eb G C BARITONE: H E A D F# H Workbench Schnittstelle: Wann erkennt die Variax Workbench Schnittstelle meine Gitarre? Erst müssen Sie die Workbench Software herunterladen und installieren, diese können Sie hier finden. Stellen Sie dann sicher, dass die Batterie in der Gitarre geladen und korrekt eingestetzt ist. Verbinden Sie dann die Schnittstelle via USB mit Ihrem Computer und die Gitarre mit der Schnittstelle anhand des VDI/Netzwerk Kabels, welches enthalten ist. Stecken Sie dann zuletzt ein ¼“ Kabel in den Ausgang der Gitarre um diese anzuschalten. (Die Workbench Schnittstelle startet die Gitarre NICHT!, stattdessen können Sie einfach ein ¼“ Kabel anschließen als Dummy sozusagen.) Das andere Ende des ¼“ muss nicht in ein anderes Gerät eingesteckt sein. 2 Grüne Lichter sollten nun leuchten auf der Workbench Schnittstelle sobald es angeschlossen und erkannt worden ist. Zurücksetzen auf die Werkseinstellungen und die Aktualisierung des Flash Memory: Weshalb funktioniert das Zurücksetzen nicht so wie im Benutzerhandbuch beschrieben? Die Prozedur zum Zurücksetzen auf Werkseinstellungen, die im Handbuch beschrieben ist wurde von der Gitarre mit Update 1.80 entfernt um Platz zu schaffen für die Variax HD Acoustic Modelle. Alle JTV Gitarren mit Flash Memory V1.80 oder neuer können auf diese Art und Weise nicht mehr zurückgesetzt werden. Um die Geräte zurückzusetzen oder zu aktualisieren folgen Sie diesem Link: Variax Reflash and Software update F.A.Q. Wenn ich die Gitarrensaiten manuell nach oben oder unten stimme, kann ich dann immernoch den virtuellen JTV Kapo (Variax virtual capo) verwenden? Wir empfehlen dies nicht, da die Gitarren für eine E Standart Stimmung entworfen sind. Das Verwenden des Virtuellen Kapo auf eine umgestimmte Gitarre ist also nicht unterstützt. JTV-59 Spécifications de la guitare James Tyler Variax (version coréenne) Corps en acajou avec érable sculpté et vernis en érable flammé. Manche en acajou avec une touche palissandre. 24 9/16" longueur d’échelle. 30,5cm (12’’) rayon de la manche. Forme manche Tyler de 1959. 22 frets medium-jumbo avec inserts. 1 11/16’’ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1) Accastillage chrome. Chevalet stoptail complètement ajustable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Des humbuckers alnico pour la manche et chevalet vintage. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 3 voies. Variax Digital Interface pour l’intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l’héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Housse matelassée. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. JTV-69 Corps en aulne. Manche vissé en érable avec une touche palissandre. 25 ½’’ longueur d’échelle. 30,5cm (12’’) rayon de la manche. Forme manche Tyler de 1959. 22 frets medium-jumbo avec inserts. 1 5/8’’ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1) Matériel chrome. Tremolo entièrement réglable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Des humbuckers alnico pour la manche, chevalet vintage et micro à simple bobinage en milieu). Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Variax Digital Interface pour l’intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l’héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Housse matelassée. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. JTV-89 Corps en acajou. 25 ½’’ longueur d’échelle. 40,6cm (16’’) rayon de la manche. Manche Tyler « Fast n’ Flat ». 24 frets jumbo avec inserts. 1 11/16’’ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1). Matériel noire nickel. Chevalet stoptail complètement ajustable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Deux humbuckers alnico PAF à haut rendement. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Variax Digital Interface pour l’intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l’héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Housse matelassée. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. JTV-89F Corps en acajou. 25 ½’’ longueur d’échelle. 40,6cm (16’’) rayon de la manche. Manche Tyler « Fast n’ Flat ». 24 frets jumbo avec inserts. Sillet et Guide cordes Floyd-Rose. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1). Matériel noire nickel. Système tremolo Floyd Rose de Graph Tech. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Deux humbuckers alnico PAF à haut rendement. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Variax Digital Interface pour l’intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l’héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Housse matelassée. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. James Tyler Variax : spécifications : (série US) JTV-59US Corps en acajou sélectionné à la main avec érable sculpté et vernis en érable flammé. Manche en acajou avec une touche palissandre et inserts. 24 9/16" longueur d’échelle. Forme manche Tyler de 1959. 30,5cm (12’’) rayon de la manche. 22 frets medium-jumbo avec inserts. 1 11/16’’ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques Hipshot Classic. (18 : 1) Accastillage chrome. Chevalet stoptail complètement ajustable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Des humbuckers alnico pour la manche et chevalet vintage. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 3 voies. Fabriqué aux états unis. Assemblé par vétéran luthier Tim Wilson. Variax Digital Interface pour l’intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l’héritage. Deux batterie Li-Ion (24 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. Étui à guitare rigide de haute qualité. JTV-69US Corps frêne ou aulne. Manche solide en érable avec touche érable ou palissandre. Inserts. 25 1/2" longueur d’échelle. Forme manche Tyler de 1959. 10’’ à 12’’ rayon de la manche. 22 frets medium-jumbo avec inserts. 1 5/8’’ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques Hipshot Grip-Lock. (18 : 1) Accastillage chrome. Tremolo entièrement réglable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Des humbuckers alnico pour la manche, chevalet vintage et micro à simple bobinage en milieu. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Fabriqué aux états unis. Assemblé par vétéran luthier Tim Wilson. Variax Digital Interface pour l’intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l’héritage. Deux batterie Li-Ion (24 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. Étui à guitare rigide de haute qualité. JTV-89US Corps en acajou. Manche en érable à 3 pièces avec une touche palissandre. 25 1/2" longueur d’échelle. Manche Tyler « Fast n’ Flat ». 16’’ rayon de la manche. 24 frets jumbo avec inserts. 1 11/16’’ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1). Matériel noire nickel. Chevalet stoptail complètement ajustable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Deux humbuckers alnico PAF à haut rendement. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Fabriqué aux états unis. Assemblé par vétéran luthier Tim Wilson. Variax Digital Interface pour l’intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l’héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. Étui à guitare rigide de haute qualité. Batterie : Quelle batterie est incluse ? Nous utilisons des batteries Li-Ion. Une batterie chargée fournit 12 heures de performance. Il y en a un indicateur de vie de la batterie avec 4 LEDs. Poussez le bouton rond noire : 4 LED : 9+ heures 3 LED : 6+ heures 2 LED : 3+ heures 1 LED : moins que 3 heures 1 LED clignotant : moins que 1 heure, rechargez la batterie Attention : Il y en a deux façons de d’alimentation sans batterie. Si la guitare est connectée via câble VDI à un autre appareil VDI Digital comme le POD X3 Live, l'alimentation est fournie par cette connexion. Ou vous utilisez un XPS-DI avec un câble TRS. Avec un XPS-DI, vous pouvez alimenter la guitare, mais c’est aussi une boxe A/B pour envoyer un signale du DI au Board ou un ampli acoustique avec certains modèles. Si vous alimentez votre guitare avec un de ces méthodes, déconnectez la batterie. Combien de temps faut-il pour recharger complètement une batterie à plat JTV ? Plus ou moins 12 heures. Vous pouvez jouer 4 à 6 heures si vous le chargez 30-45 minutes. Qu'est-ce que le voyant signifie sur le chargeur de batterie JTV? Une lumière rouge solide veut dire que la batterie se recharge. Un rouge clignotant veut dire que la batterie est à pleine charge ou que la batterie a été insérée incorrectement. Si vous savez que la batterie n’est pas complètement chargée, remettez la batterie. Tuning Gears : Les guitares JTV-59US et JTV-89US ont des mécaniques Hipshot Classic. Ces mécaniques sont lisses et précises à 18 : 1. Les guitares JTV-69US ont des mécaniques Hipshot Grip-Lock. Ces mécaniques sont décalées pour une stabilité maximale. Pour les guitares JTV coréennes, nous utilisons des mécaniques scellés 16 : 1 sur tous les modèles. Ce sont des mécaniques solides moulés sous pression. Comme pour la JTV-69US, nous utilisons des mécaniques déplacés et de verrouillage. Les pièces de verrouillage dans les mécaniques sont déplacées également pour correspondre au format des mécaniques : 23,4mm (pour les cordes Mi grave et La), 21,9mm (pour les cordes Ré et Sol), et 20,4mm (pour les cordes Si et Mi aigu). Nouveaux modèles acoustiques HD : Quand est-ce que vous avec ajoutés ces modèles aux guitares JTV ? Les nouveaux modèles ont été ajoutés avec la version du firmware 1.81 et sont inclus avec tous les versions après. Qu'est-ce que le bouton « Tone » fait sur les nouveaux modèles JTV HD Acoustic ? Le bouton Tone sur les nouveaux modèles acoustiques HD est utilisé pour ajuster la quantité de résonance de la caisse. Les derniers 10% suppriment la résonance complètement (90-100%) pour les joueurs qui le préfèrent. Bouton Alternate Tuning Comment est-ce que le bouton « Alternate Tuning » fonctionne ? Le bouton Alt Tune peut être utilisé avec tous les presets qui sont enregistrés sur ce bouton. Le bouton a 12 configurations, avec « Model » et « Standard ». Si vous le mettez sur « Model », vous pouvez accéder les réglages preset que vous avez créé dans le logiciel Variax Workbench avec le bouton « Alternate Tuning ». Ces réglages sont enregistrés sur le bouton Model. Mettez-le sur « Standard » pour avoir la configuration EADGBE normale sur tous les modèles. Les autres sont tons des configurations de guitares JTV spécifiques. Configurations « Alternate Tuning » pour JTV-59 et JTV-69: MODEL STANDARD: Mi La Ré Sol Si Mi DROP D: Ré La Ré Sol Si Mi 1/2 DOWN: Mib Lab Réb Solb Sib Mib DROP Db: Réb Lab Réb Solb Sib Mib 1 DOWN: Ré Sol Do Fa La Ré DADGAD: Ré La Ré Sol La Ré OPEN D: Ré La Ré Fa# La Ré BLUES G: Ré Sol Ré Sol Si Ré RESO G: Sol Si Ré Sol Si Ré OPEN A: Mi La Do# Mi La Mi BARITONE: Si Mi La Ré Fa# Si Configurations « Alternate Tuning » pour JTV-89 et JTV-89F: MODEL STANDARD: Mi La Ré Sol Si Mi DROP Ré La Ré Sol Si Mi 1/2 DOWN: Mib Lab Réb Solb Sib Mib DROP Db: Réb Lab Réb Solb Sib Mib 1 DOWN: Ré Sol Do Fa La Ré DROP C: Do Sol Do Fa La Ré m3 DOWN: Réb Solb Si Mi Lab Réb DROP B: Si Solb Si Mi Lab Réb M3 DOWN: Do Fa Sib Mib Sol Do DROP Bb: Sib Fa Sib Mib Sol Do BARITONE: Si Mi La Ré Fa# Si Interface Workbench: Comment puis-je faire l'interface Variax Workbench reconnaître la guitare James Tyler Variax? Assurez-vous que vous avez téléchargé et installé les pilotes les plus récentes pour l’interface Workbench d’ici : Line 6 Downloads Assurez-vous que la batterie de la guitare est chargée et installé correctement dans la guitare. Connectez l’interface Variax Workbench à l’ordinateur avec le câble VDI inclus. Connectez un câble ¼’’ à la sortie de la guitare (parce que Workbench n’alimente pas la guitare). L’autre extrémité du câble ne doit pas être connectée. Si vous voyez deux lumières verts sur l’interface Workbench, tous est configuré correctement. Réinitialisation d'usine et mise à jour Flash Memory : Pourquoi est-ce que la procédure de la réinitialisation décrit dans le mode d’emploi ? La fonction de la réinitialisation d’usine décrit dans le mode d’emploi n’existe plus. Nous l’avons enlevé pour faire de la place pour les modèles Variax HD Acoustic. Tous les modèles avec Flash Memory v1.8 ou plus récent sont affectés. Pour réinitialiser réinstaller ou mettre à jour le Flash Memory utilisez ce lien : Variax Reflash and Software update F.A.Q. Si je règle les cordes de la guitare, est –ce que je peux utiliser le capo virtuel ? Ce n’est pas recommandé parce qu’il pourrait causer des anomalies sonores. Les guitares ont été conçues de régler à nouveau de réglage E standard. Utiliser le capo virtuel avec un autre tuning n’est pas supporté.
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. ****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-185™ lav is -45.5 dB WL-184™ lav is -44.5 dB… so these mics would be almost identical to The Line 6 LM4. WH30TQ™ 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 E6ow5™ is for general speaking and is the closest to our LM4 levels The E6ow6™ is for strong speaking and singing The E6ow7™ 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® AT831™ lav is -46 dB AT898™ 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® 4066™ omni headset is -44 dB 4061™ omni lav is -44 dB 4060™ 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
  24. 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).
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