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The Vetta II technology has been time-tested and is still well respected today. Sure, the Helix has been our flagship technology for the last five years, but I'm curious to hear if Line 6 plans to keep building products based on the Vetta II technology. Amongst other products, the PodXT, the Amplify and the Spider V all share the same Vetta II algorithms. But there's features unique to a PODX3 that cannot be replicated in a Spider V and viceversa. Would a stereo version of the Spider Jam --perhaps featuring dual signals-- sell well these days? I really think it would --at the right price! Thoughts?
Preferences Â§ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 - = Backspace Tab q w e r t y u i o p [ ] Return capslock a s d f g h j k l ; ' \ shift ` z x c v b n m , . / shift English Deutsch EspaÃ±ol FranÃ§ais Italiano PortuguÃªs Ð ÑƒÑÑÐºÐ¸Ð¹ alt alt Preferences I recently bought the midisport uno interface with the intention of updating my Vetta HD to the Vetta II. I had to contact tech support because of a registration problem with the serial number. When I told him of my update intentions he advised me not to update, saying that if anything went wrong during the update procedure that my Vetta would become an oversized door stop. He said that it would have to be sent to the shop for repairs and that because of the age of the amp finding parts would be an issue. So now I have a conundrum about whether to risk an update. Has anyone heard of this problem before? Any unrecoverable crashes during an update? I've really been looking forward to performing this update for a while but now I'm afraid of losing everything if I do. Thanks in advance for any suggestions. Brian Hensley
Hi I have a line 6 vetta 2 whose output section stopped working while in storage. Anyways I just bought pod farm 2.5 with the studio ux1 interface and I was wondering if there was any way that I could use the long floorboard from the vetta with pod farm?? I don't know how the hookups work I just know that it uses something like a cat 5 Ethernet cable to transmit and receive information. Any help is appreciated. Thank you