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  1. DL4 MkII FAQ What’s the deal with DL4 MkII? DL4 MkII is a modern interpretation of our best-selling legendary DL4 delay modeler. If you love(d) your DL4, DL4 MkII can be made to sound and behave the same way with a single button press. Or if you want Line 6’s newest delays and features, we’ve got you covered as well. Okay, but DL4 was a piece of cake to use. Is DL4 MkII much more difficult? If you want to keep it simple, here’s everything you need to know: Press the LEGACY button so it’s lit green. There—DL4 MkII literally becomes DL4 so you can party like it’s 1999. Press LEGACY again so it’s dark. Now you have Line 6’s newest world-class delays: Heliosphere, Transistor Tape, Cosmos Echo, Multi Pass, Adriatic Delay, Elephant Man, Glitch Delay, Vintage Digital, Crisscross, Euclidean, Dual Delay, Pitch Echo, ADT (Automatic Double Tracking), Ducked Delay, and Harmony Delay. Or you could just watch the Quickstart video. But if you’re a power user, there are quite a few surprises lurking inside. Oh, I’m a power user. How is DL4 MkII different from DL4? 15 of our newest, best-sounding delays, plus Echo Platter from the Line 6 Echo Pro rackmount studio modeler Better-quality converters and op amps, and improved dynamic range Analog dry path (or DSP mix, like the original) Multiple bypass modes: DSP bypass, true analog bypass, buffered analog bypass, or dry kill Twice the max delay time for MkII delays XLR mic in with preamp for processing/looping vocals or mic’ed amps MicroSD card slot for expanding looper memory and maintaining the loop across power cycles Eight times the built-in looper memory (4 minutes mono half-speed vs. DL4’s 28 seconds) The looper can be set mono or stereo and pre or post-effects Each delay’s Time parameter can be set to subdivisions without fancy rhythmic tapping Selecting a different delay no longer stops the looper. In fact, if you’ve assigned the 1 Switch Looper to TAP, you can switch to the 4 Switch Looper (or any delay or any preset) and recording/playback isn’t interrupted Up to 6 presets (128 blank user presets via MIDI) vs. DL4’s 3 Globally switchable bypass trails (echoes repeat when bypassing the delay) Two additional footswitches can be connected and assigned to external tap tempo, one-touch parameter morph, looper on/off, or feedback squeals. TAP can be repurposed as many of the above, plus preset bank toggle and a 1 Switch Looper available alongside any of the delays Tap can be set per preset or global Tap can now be engaged while DL4 is bypassed MIDI In and Out/Thru—presets can be selected via PC and functions via CC or even MIDI notes from your keyboard/pad controller/electronic drum kit Delays sync to incoming MIDI Clock USB C for MIDI and potential firmware updates DC In requires less than 300mA power, making it much easier to integrate pedalboard power distribution (we ditched the batteries) Chassis is notably lighter, smaller, and sleeker. See below for a size comparison Weren't some of these new features available for DL4 via the mod community? Yes. How much smaller is it compared to DL4? DL4 MkII is about 1” narrower and about 1.5” less deep (9.25"w x 4.5"d x 2"h/23.5 x 11.4 x 5.1 cm; 2.03 lb/0.92 kg). Switch and knob spacing is virtually identical, however, so muscle memory shouldn’t fail you. Here’s a size comparison: Why didn’t you make it even smaller, like with two or three switches? Because then it’d be a DL2 or DL3—not a DL4. Nor is it an “HX Delay” or something; it’s very purposely a MkII. Besides, unless you wear ballerina slippers on stage, a 4-switch pedal can only be so narrow. How reliable are the footswitches? They’re the same ones found in POD Go and POD Go Wireless and have been extensively stress tested. How long can I loop? Without a memory card, 4 minutes mono (half-speed), which disappears when you turn DL4 MkII off. With an optional microSD memory card, however, the loop remains in memory across power cycles. 4GB or larger cards let you record for hours. What’s the USB for? Duplicate MIDI control, syncing tempo to a DAW, potential bug fixes, and maybe new future stuff. We don’t know yet. Is there an editor? Not currently, no, but there are only 9 parameters, so… What is the sample rate/fidelity for the looper? 16-bit/48kHz Man, the power user stuff sounds pretty deep, and I don’t see a screen. What gives? While in Global Settings, you turn the model select knob to select the parameter and press ALT/Legacy repeatedly to select the desired value by color. These are all pretty much set-and-forget type settings, so they only need to be set once—or never, if you trust our defaults. The end of this video walks you through a few examples. How deep is the MIDI implementation? On top of recalling 128 blank user presets via PC messages, all effect selection, preset parameters, and looper functions can be controlled via CC. If you’re a keyboard player, you can even trigger looper functions from key presses or pad strikes on your MIDI controller. Here’s the manual; MIDI implementation starts on page 49. Can DL4 MkII run on batteries? No. DL4 MkII is powered by a DC-1g power supply (included). Can I power DL4 MkII from my DC power block? Most likely. DL4 MkII requires at least 300mA of clean 9VDC. How do I reset the DL4 MkII? Should you ever wish to restore the factory presets—and erase the sounds you might have saved in any of the 128 preset locations—you can perform a Factory Restore. 1. Press and hold both the A and TAP footswitches while connecting the power adapter to the DC IN. 2. Continue to hold the switches for approximately 8 seconds, until you see the green LEDs light up. Your DL4 MkII device is restored with all factory presets and original default global settings. WAIT. You said it has every delay from DL4. What happened to the Rhythmic Delay? Nice catch. Rhythmic Delay was always identical to Digital Delay w/ Mod, except with the ability to set note subdivisions. Since DL4 MkII lets you apply note subdivisions to any delay, Rhythmic Delay was completely redundant, so we swapped it for Echo Platter (based on the Binson EchoRec) from our rackmount Echo Pro. Anything else? You may or may not discover 15 hidden reverbs, one of which can run before, after, or in parallel with the delay. We may or may not have hidden them because you sort of need the Cheat Sheet to know how to access and tweak them. Can I still do that cool thing where an expression pedal automatically morphs the 5 knobs? Of course, but it now morphs the reverb knobs as well. Or if you don't have an expression pedal, you can reassign TAP (or an external footswitch) to toggle between heel-down and toe-down. My DL4 MkII is a little noisy. Anything I should check for? It's probably that the mic trim knob is turned up. If you turn it down and there's still noise, try different patches and settings. If it's still noisy across all patches, reduce your chain to the bare minimum for testing: instrument>DL4 MkII>amp. If the noise is still present, try to isolate the noise source by substituting cables, instruments and amp. Is the classic DL4 going away then? <Pours one out> Sadly, some of DL4’s parts have been discontinued, so yes, when they’re gone, they’re gone. 23 years is an eternity for any single product in this industry. I mean, DL4 is old enough to get into bars. Price and availability? $299.99 US street, shipping now.
  2. My JM4 was crashing/restarting anytime I tried to save a project to the SD card. I called customer service and learned that SD cards larger than 2 gigs will cause this to happen. I had an 8 gig card in my unit. So I removed the 8 gig card and the issues was resolved. Reason? For some reason (sorry I didn't get any details from the Line 6 rep I spoke with) when the JM4 was released the largest SD cards out there were only 2 gigs. So in my case when it tried to access an 8 gig card it simply didn't know what to do, freaked out, and executed a re-boot. I can only can wonder what it would have done had I installed a 32 gig card!. If the moderator of this forum has a more definitive answer to this issue, I'm sure we'd all appreciate learning more. The JM4 is really a unique product. It may technically be "old" these days, but it is still a very powerful creative tool.
  3. Friends, hello everyone! I am writing to you via Google translator, since English is not my native language. So, I have a Line 6 Amplifi 150 guitar amp. It worked well enough and I didn't expect any problems. Installed the latest firmware 2.60 and everything worked fine. After a couple of months, the amplifier suddenly, when turned on, went into the mode of simultaneous blinking of four LEDs. Sometimes they just blinked, and sometimes they burned constantly. I reset the amplifier to factory settings by holding down two buttons - volume and tap, and after that everything worked until the next failure. The last such failure permanently disabled the amplifier. I decided to try to fix the problem on my own, since there was no desire to pay several hundred dollars for repairs. I carefully disassembled the back wall and, having disconnected the wires, removed the entire rear module. The power supply board is located on the bottom of the amplifier. It has a 220 volt input and the following voltages output on the front eight-pin connector. Pin 1: +8 Volt (For powering the motherboard) Pin 2: Ground Pin 3: +19 Volt (For powering the satellite speaker amplifier) Pin 4: Ground Pin 5: -19 Volts (For powering the satellite speaker amplifier) Pin 6: +48 Volt (For powering the center speaker amplifier) Pin 7: Ground Pin 8: -48 Volts (For powering the center speaker amplifier) I checked the voltage data with a multi-meter and made sure the power supply is working. After that, I carefully peeled off the glue from the Micro SD card and pulled it out of the slot. 4 GB card. I turned on the amplifier without a card, nothing happened. I put the card back in and turned on the amplifier again, but it didn't work. And then I decided to replace the card with another and reflash it again. I only had 16 GB at hand, I pulled out the old card, inserted a new one, and holding down two buttons Tap and Tone turned on the power. The amplifier has entered the firmware installation mode. After that I installed the latest firmware 2.60. The installation went well, there were no problems. After installation, I reset by holding down the Volume and Tap buttons, and the amplifier turned on to its normal mode. Everything worked. But now periodically, not very often, but sometimes several times the amplifier independently during operation resets to the factory settings and turns on again. At the same time, LEDs 1 and 4 light up (only 1 and 4). They blink several times and a reset occurs. I don’t know what it is, but I’ll figure it out. Perhaps the system does not like the SD card, and I need to install 4 or 8 GB. Maybe bad cables or bad contact somewhere. I will say one thing, I have not yet met such an so expensive, unstable lollipop. Build quality and components are terrible. What the sound is lollipop, what the amplifier is lollipop. I was fooled by the high-tech design. Good luck to everyone, guys, if I can find out anything else, I'll write here.
  4. Hi, I have successfully recorded from my m20d to an SD card. I can play and mix the files on the mixer. When I put the (fat 32 formatted) card in my Mac, I can not see any of the files. They are still there, just not visible. This has worked properly in the past and I'm not aware that anything has changed since it did. Any thoughts? Thnx!
  5. Hi guys this is my first post and what I encountered with the pre-owned Spider Jam which I purchased last week. I recently purchased a 6 month old spider Jam which clearly had seen little use by the previous owner. However, after going through some of the functions and whilst cycling through the drums section I eventually encountered the ubiquitous "Fatal Error MemDeviceNand line #70" which after a quick search on Google suggested it was a corrupted firmware problem. The firmware version in my SJ was 2.09. I followed the recommended Line 6 advice/settings on formatting my 1gb SD card in Windows 7 and copied the newly downloaded 2.09 version of the flash memory file ( fw.bin ) but after several attempts at re-formatting and copying the file to the SD card via the computer, I was still getting a message from the Spider Jam that it couldn't read the card which was frustrating to say the least. To cut a long story short... I placed the SD card in the Line 6 Jam SD slot and formatted the card that way instead of by means of the computer and then transferred the file in the computer to the card and Voila...it accepted the card and after installation, the SJ was as good as new. I've read that some people couldn't get the formatting right in order to transfer the data to the SJ so my advice would be to simply place the card in the SJ and format the card that way rather than in the computer... Windows 7 recognised the SJ formatted card and transferred the file to the empty card and it was just a matter of simply placing the card in the SJ, pressing save and selecting firmware update and after installation, it works a treat and without any frustration. It's also a brilliant piece of kit too! What I would ask is why the firmware data becomes corrupted? I'd be interested in finding out what causes the corruption if anyone has an answer! Tony
  6. Hi all, When my band and I rehearse, we record our practice sessions to an SD card in the M20D because once in awhile, we'll play a song really well and will import the tracks into ProTools and turn it into a demo for our website. While practicing along with one of our recordings tonight, playback suddenly stopped and the M20D displayed the following error message: "A problem occurred during recording or playback. (code -41)" I'm guessing (hoping, actually) that it's corruption of the SD card I was playing back from and not a problem with the M20D. I've played back this same file from the SD card many times on the M20D without any issues, but tonight the problem began. I rebooted the M20D and playback stopped and the error message appeared at exactly the same point in the song. Has anyone else had an issue like this, and if so, how did you resolve it? FYI: I'm still at v1.1 of the firmware. I'm hesitant to update to v1.2 with a gig approaching, but will do so if I've got good reason to believe it will fix this issue. I'm copying all of the files off of the SD card and I'm going to format it and see if any of my Mac disk utilities can identify any issues with it. Thanks for your help! Cheers, Scott
  7. Hi people Is there any possibility of increasing the SD card memory from 2 gb to 4,8,16 gb. Does Line 6 know if it can be done ! Many thanks 2410
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