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  1. Français Deutsch Q: Which power supply works with each Line 6 device? Line 6 power supplies are available at your local dealer or at our Online Store. Q: I want to power more than one Line 6 unit from the same power supply. How can I achieve this? A: The Voodolab Pedal Power II Plus can power up to 6 Tonecore pedals and two Modeling pedals at once, and the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power AC can power up to four Modeling pedals. Other power supplies may not deliver consistent voltage and are not supported by Line 6. Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus Voodoo Lab Pedal power AC To power the early Line 6 "modeler pedals" (DL4, DM4, FM4, MM4, etc) with Pedal Power 2 Plus, use output 5 or 6, DIP switch AWAY from normal with the supplied red/black ended cable (it's 2.1mm/2.5mm reverse polarity and the red end fits the effect pedal). The reason this works is that the actual current draw* of these early modeler pedals is less than 250mA. Also, when DC power is used, 12V is required (as opposed to 9V when AC power is used). *It is quite common for effects/pedals to be labeled to match the specifications of some included/OEM power supply (as labeling them differently can often times confuse the end user). When however, in reality, these effects/pedals will have an actual current draw (mA) that is (far) less than this specified/labeled value. Note: sometimes, the actual current draw can be found in the manual (appendix/specs). Q: I am traveling overseas. How should I power my Line 6 device? A: You can buy any adapter that converts your country's power to these specs and it will work. Any electronics store in your country should be able to sell you one, or you can contact your local Line 6 dealer. Be aware that the DC-1g and DC-3g power supplies are universal across all voltage and power standards around the world, and you will only need the appropriate adapter for a new region rather than a different power supply or transformer. There are certain products that operate over a range of power supplied and don't require any conversion: Helix Floor/Rack/LT, Powercab 112/112 Plus, Firehawk 1500: 100-240V AC Relay G90: 90-250V AC POD HD Pro/Pro X: 100-240V AC POD X3 Pro: 100-240V AC Q: What if I do not have the Line 6 power supply? A: If it is not possible for you to obtain an official Line 6 power supply, then any other power supply with the same specifications should suffice (but is not supported). Q: I am outside the United States, what do I need to power my Line 6 unit? Option 1: We recommended that the proper Line 6 power supply be used. Please contact an authorized Line 6 Distributor for the appropriate region. To acquire the proper Line 6 power supply for a desired country, please visit the Authorized Line 6 Dealers page to find an one near you. Option 2: You will need a travel voltage converter. These will work with our products provided they output the currents and voltages specified on your Line 6 devices or power supplies. Q: I purchased my internally powered Line 6 unit in a region that has "XXX" voltage, and now I am relocating to a region that has different power. Can my Line 6 unit be modified or do I need to use a external transformer? A: Many Line 6 products can be internally modified at an Authorized Line 6 Service Center to the power needs in your new region. Spider amplifiers require that the transformer be replaced along with internal modification. Please note that this is a non-warranty modification and will not be covered under any warranty agreement. Q: What are some of the common power situations around the world? A: Always verify your voltage and frequency BEFORE plugging your unit in, as damage could result if the unit is improperly powered. Although there can be variations to power, here are some common voltage and frequency situations found around the world: United States: 120V AC/60 HZ Europe: 230V AC/50Hz United Kingdom: 230V AC/50Hz Australia: 230V AC/50Hz Japan: 100V AC/60Hz Here are some examples available on the web: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_electricity_by_country http://www.world-import.com/all-transformers.htm Q: What is the U.S. warranty on a Line 6 power supply? A: 90 days from the purchase date. This applies to power supplies purchased separately and were not included with a Line 6 device. Q: What is the difference between alkaline and rechargeable batteries? A: Rechargeable batteries will usually last about half the time of alkaline batteries, and can have an inconsistent power drain after each recharge. We recommend using alkaline batteries when powering your Line 6 product. Not all rechargables are true AA size and may not fit correctly. Quelle alimentation pour quel appareil Line 6? Vous pouvez acheter les alimentations du revendeur. Je veux alimenter plus qu’un seul appareil avec une alimentation, comment est-ce que je réalise ca ? Le Pedal Power II Plus de Voodoo Lab peut alimenter jusqu'à 6 pédales Tonecore et 2 pédales modélisations en même temps. Et le Pedal Power AC de Voodoo Lab peut alimenter jusqu'à 4 pédales de modélisation. Autres alimentations ne sont pas soutenues de Line 6. Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus Voodoo Lab Pedal power AC Je suis à l’étranger, comment est-ce que je peux alimenter mon appareil Line 6 ? Vous devez acheter un convertisseur ou contacter votre revendeur Line 6. L’alimentation DC-1g est universel donc vous n’avez pas besoin d’un transformateur ou une autre alimentation, seulement d’un adaptateur. Il y en a quelques appareils qui n’ont pas besoin d’un transformateur : POD HD Pro 100-240V AC, POD X3 Pro 100-240V AC, Relay G90 90-250V AC. Contactez un des revendeurs officiels de Line 6 si vous avez besoin d’une alimentation différente : www.fr.line6.com/support/dealers/ Et si je n’ai aucune alimentation Line 6? Qu’est-ce que je fais ? Si vous n’avez pas d’accès à une alimentation Line 6. Une alimentation de tires fonctionne aussi, si cette alimentation a les mêmes spécifications. Attention, ces alimentations ne sont pas soutiens de Line 6. J’ai acheté un appareil Line 6 avec alimentation intégrée et maintenant je vais à l’étranger avec cet appareil, est-ce qu’on peut modifier mon appareil ou est ce que j’ai besoin d’un transformateur ? Beaucoup d’appareils Line 6 peuvent être modifiés à un centre de service Line 6 autorisé. Le transformateur des amplis Spider doit être remplacé. Attention, ces modifications ne sont pas des modifications en garantie, donc vous devez payer pour ceux. Attention, vérifiez la tension et fréquence AVANT de brancher les appareils. Ici quelques tensions : États-Unis: 120V AC 60Hz Europe: 230V AC 50Hz Australie: 230V AC 50Hz Japon: 100V AC. Est: 50Hz. Ouest: 60Hz. Quelle est la garantie sur les alimentations Line 6 ? 90 jours pour les alimentations achetés séparément. Quelle est la différence entre les batteries Alkaline et les batteries rechargeables ? Les batteries rechargeables durent environ la moitié du temps des batteries Alkalines. Et parfois, les batteries rechargeables ont un drain de puissance incompatible. Nous recommandons les batteries Alkalines pour les produits Line 6. Welches Netzteil brauche ich für mein Line 6 Gerät? Line 6 Netzteile konnen Sie bei Line 6 Handlern. Wie kann ich mehrere Line 6 Geräte an ein einziges Netzteil anschließen? Das Voodoolab Pedal Power II Plus kann bis zu 6 Tonecore Pedale und 2 Modeling Pedale mit Strom versorgen und das Voodoolab Pedal Power AC kann bis zu 4 Modeling Pedale mit Strom versorgen. Andere Netzteile könnten eventuell keine beständige Voltzahl liefern und sind nicht von Line 6 unterstützt. Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus Voodoo Lab Pedal Power AC Ich reise ins Ausland, wie kann ich dort meine Line 6 Geräte mit Strom versorgen? Sie können sich einen Adapter kaufen, der den Strom im Ausland in den Ihres Heimatlandes umwandelt. Jeder Elektronikladen sollte diese Adapter verkaufen, ansonsten können Sie auch Ihren Line 6 Händler kontaktieren. Der DC-1G ist universal verwendbar, für dieses Netzteil brauchen Sie also nur Adapteraufsatz und kein neues Netzteil oder Transformator. Manche Geräte laufen auf mehreren Voltzahlen: POD HD Pro 100-240 Volt Wechselstrom. POD X3 Pro 100-240 Volt Wechselstrom. Relay G90 90-250 Volt Wechselstrom. Spannungswandler müssen 1,5 A und 100 Watt minimum liefern können. Was kann ich tun wenn ich kein Line 6 Netzteil zur Verfügung habe? In diesem Fall können Sie auch jedes andere Netzteil verwenden, welches die oben angegebenen Spezifikationen hat. Diese Netzteile werden nicht von Line 6 unterstützt. Ich habe ein Line 6 Gerät mit internem Netzteil. Wenn ich nun aber in eine Region umziehe, in der die Spannung eine andere ist, kann ich mein Line 6 Gerät auch umbauen lassen oder brauche ich einen Transformator? Viele Line 6 Geräte (wie Rack-PODs, Flextone oder Vetta) und Verstärker können von autorisierten Line 6 Service Centern modifiziert werden um der benötigten Spannung zu entsprechen. Spider Verstärker brauchen einen neuen Transformator. Diese Modifikationen sind nicht in der Garantie enthalten, Sie müssen also für sie bezahlen. Gebräuchliche Stromspannungen und Frequenzen: Vereinigte Staaten: 120V, AC, 60Hz. Europa: 230V, AC, 50Hz. Australien: 230V, AC, 50Hz. Japan: 100V, AC, Osten: 50 Hz Westen
  2. I have had a legacy Variac acoustic 700 model that came with the power supply kit (pedal with switch, XLR out and TR out that comes with the stereo cord to supply power to the guitar).It's been issue-free since I bought it about 8 years ago. I rarely use it with the battery pack due to its short life. Recently I turned it on through the power unit's XLR output and all I got was mega distortion and noise coming out. I checked all the connections and they were good. I tried the TR output from the power unit with the same results. I replaced the XLR cable and tried a different channel in my PA and got the same results. I tried a soft reset of the guitar (sitar setting and plug stereo cable in while holding in button). This did not fix it. I tried cleaning all the inputs with pot cleaner - did not help. I finally tried putting batteries in and used a TR cable straight into the PA. That did the trick and it worked and sounded fine. I deduced the power supply kit was the culprit. To that end I checked the TX going into the unit and it measured approx 10 V AC which should be good. I checked the end of the TRS cable that goes into the guitar and it measured only 7V DC. I'm thinking it should be 9VDC as the battery pack with the 6 AA batteries provides 9V BUT I removed the board inside the power supply unit and the trace corresponding to the ring of the stereo input cable has a print on the board stamped as 7V. So I'm confused? It seems to me a 7VDC output could be causing all the distortion and noise. Shouldn't the TRS cable "ring" be outputting 9VDC to the guitar? I would like to buy another unit power supply kit but research has showed they are no longer made or sold and impossible to find? I could possibly build myself a unit that provides 9V DC to the ring of the stereo cord and provides a TR output to the PA at the same time but I need to know if that ring is supposed to carry 9VDC or 7VDC? Thanks guitarmanpercy
  3. I am more than ever "in love" with my POD HD. Tweaking and tones gets better from day to day. That's why I have given him some supplements and toys, to satisfy him and myself. First of all I like to present my vintage-tennisbag which costs me less than 10 USD. The advantage of this is, that so (as opposed to a discernible effect-pedal-bag) probably nobody would break up my car. Since when pressing the footswitch repeatedly ends up in dirt and a lot of dust on the black surface, I bought for less than 4 USD a table-brush set, which I always carry in my vintage-tennisbag with the POD. To ensure that no cables get caught in the pedal and limit the range of motion, I have attached a self-adhesive Velcro tape to the side of the unit. To prevent accidental sticking of the hated EU-adapter of the power supply, I have around once wrapped the adapter with Velcro tape. And finally, just to be on the safe side, I have bought this power-supply for emergency (for around 12 USD as postet here…) Maybe I can inspire some users with my given suggestions? :ph34r: It would be a pleasure for me! * If there are any problems with my uploaded images you can check them in my german forum-thread here…
  4. Hey guys. I want to buy Floor POD Plus from a guy, but he has no power supply for it. I wanted to buy 9v AC 2000mA adapter for it, because i read that it's the default power supply for this POD, but it's expensive in here. Can I use an adapter with less miliampers than 2000? Like 1300 or smth? I can't find any information about this on the internet.
  5. Hi, I've heard on the internet that Pocket Pods can get damaged or break if they don't get the correct charger. Does it need to be Line6 official? Or just the correct voltage? I've seen this 9V charger on Amazon and it looks like it'll do the job: http://amzn.to/16Tl6Bt Will this be OK to use? Just want to make sure.
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