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I upgraded my Pod go wireless to the latest firmware (1.40), but I was still sufferring occasional dropouts with the wireless, I went into Line 6 Updater and connected the Relay to the Guitar Input on the Pod, and the update to firmware 2.05 was displayed for the Relay. I followed through the update without an Issue, but now I am left with a permanent red light on the Relay (when connected to Pod or Guitar) and no wireless connection between the two. I have tried downgrading the Pod firmware, but this did not help. The Relay is not recognised in Line 6 Updater anymore. Pod Edit does not recognise it either, so I am seemingly unable to dorngrade the firmware. When the Relay is connected to the Pod it appears to charge (according to the display on the Pod) but the light on the Relay remains static red. I have opened a support ticket, and I'm waiting for a response. Is anyone else having this Issue?
Hello all. I have a Toneport KB37 and recently it started doing something and i can't understand why. Here's the deal. Problem: when i plug it in via USB cable it starts working fine. If i begin playing something, the KB37 "dies", then the two clipping red lines begins blinking intermittently, then it goes back to life. If i start playing something again, the cycle repeats itself. What i have tried so far: - USB connected directly on PC (no hubs) - tested on Windows 10 and Windows 7 (both clean installs) - driver is update on both OSs - Monkey is all green lights and updated on both OSs As far as i can tell, it looks like a hardware problem on the KB37, but i can't tell for sure since i'm no expert with sound devices. I searched online and coudn't find anyone with a problem like mine. What i could find was similar issues but none helpful for my case. And finally i'm here. Does anyone have any ideas of what i could try? Anything could be very helpful. Thank you in advance. Take care.