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My Line 6 M5 no sound when engaged
ancal_ posted a topic in M5 / M9 / M13Hi guys, newbie here. This morning I went to set it up and I only get sound while the pedal is in bypass mode. If I engage an effect then I get silence. Has anyone else had this issue? How solve this problem? Help 58356942212__BF6A224D-D56D-449C-8961-59B39F83BFE5.MOV
Windows 10 and Pod X3
marcelopodxt posted a topic in POD X3Hello everyone, I'm here to ask if it is safe to upgrade to windows 10 and my X3 will work; I've read of people having trouble with W10 so, to this day, have all those problems been fixed? by the way, do I need to uninstall everything from line 6, upgrade and then install again the proper drivers and all? thank you! pod x3's still an awesome tool!
No Display ! Pod Hd 300I just purchased a pod hd 300 and after some time there no display the rest of it is working fine with pc but no display in its screen (lcd thingy )
POD X3 via USB - No output sound
Zeroktober posted a topic in POD X3Hi, I've encountered an audio output problem with my POD X3 Bean - it is connected to my PC via USB with all the latest drivers and utilities installed and updated. The thing is, that Pod Farm gets my guitar signal and indicates that there should be output sounds coming through, but I can't hear a thing. Is there a way to redirect the output to my system's default output (speakers)? I don't have enough cables to make a L/R setup from the POD to my PC, so the USB is my best chance. I didn't hear any of the POD's output sounds when I was messing with ASIO, either - same thing with the Control Panel -> Sounds, although I could hear the signal only when I checked the "Listen to this device" box, with enormous latency. So it's definitely getting and giving a signal, though I have no idea how to get the output playing through my speakers. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
In the morning i just turned on the POD to play with my guitar for a bit and there was no heavy sound.I usually use my own and saved presets and it wasnt distorted.Sounded more like low volume overdrive.Really lollipopy sound.First i thought i was my guitar's active pickup battery.It wasnt.I changed cables i flashed the pod's memory and put it back on and nothing happend.Is there any explanation about what happened with it or what might cause the problem? Thank you in advance!
POD X3/X3Live: No sound out of microphone
Line6Tony posted a article in POD X3 FamilyThe POD X3/X3 Live does not offer phantom power which is needed when using any condenser type microphones for recording. You can purchase phantom power boxes from several online music dealers. Some boxes start as low as $30.00. For more information on phantom power and how it works, please see the link below. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phantom_power If using phantom power with your microphone, do not connect your microphone to the X3's Mic input. The X3 is not equipped to handle external phantom power. If you do not own a condenser type microphone and your POD is still not putting out any levels there are a couple things you can check. 1)Press the Inputs button on your POD and make sure the input for your tone is set to "Mic". 2)Check the Trim knob near the XLR input on the back of your POD and make sure that is turned up. At this point if you are still not hearing any signal output then your POD have a hardware problem and will need to be repaired. You can locate a Service Center near you on our website and arrange a repair for your POD.
Once you've installed the latest drivers for your Line 6 USB device on your computer's operating system, connect audio monitors/speakers to the audio outputs of your Line 6 USB device or use the headphone output jack. The built-in soundcard output of your computer will not output processed amp/effect tones from GearBox/POD Farm/DAW software. Also, connecting the audio output from your POD Studio/TonePort/POD interface into the audio input of your default soundcard will result in you hearing latency (short echo/delay). Please connect your computer speakers or headphonesdirectly to the output of the POD Studio/TonePort/POD interface device and not your original computer's soundcard output.