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Heya! First time here - I'm new to the Helix series, having bought the Effects a few months back to use as my pedal hub. I'm trying to do something that should be pretty simple - run two inputs in stereo to the pedal, and then have two outputs in stereo. Issue I'm having is that for some reason, the R input on the HX seems not to be getting signal from whatever pedal is going into it! Left works great, and I'm getting a stereo output as well as the send/return in stereo, as planned, but for reasons unknown to me only one thing I'm running in is audible. The worst part is that I'd somehow managed to fix this in my first round of troubleshooting, but it was a fluke and I neglected to save haha. Any help is appreciated! For extra clarity I'll also put details of the routing in a spoiler tag below.
Guest posted a article in HELIX/HXHelix Floor/Rack/LT Inputs Guitar in: Auto impedance unbalanced TS, the impedance will be determined by the first block in the signal chain. (This is a setting that can be adjusted in Global Settings) Aux In: 10k ohm unbalanced TS Returns: 1Meg unbalanced TS (instrument mode)/10K unbalanced TS (line mode) Outputs L and R Main Out: Impedance-balanced TRS Sends: Impedance-balanced TRS Dry (Helix Rack only): Impedance-balanced TRS HX Effects L and R Main In: 1Meg unbalanced TS L and R Main Out: Impedance-balanced TRS Sends: Impedance-balanced TRS Returns: 1Meg unbalanced TS (instrument mode)/10K unbalanced TS (line mode) Note: Although all the outputs use TRS jacks, they are not true balanced outputs. They are only impedance-balanced. · A true balanced output would have the tip and ring driven with (out-of-phase) audio signal. The outputs on HX Effects are only driven on the tip. · However, because they are impedance-balanced, you can still get some common-mode rejection of external noise sources (i.e. power line hum) if a TRS cable is used to connect the HX Effect outputs to a device with balanced inputs.