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Hd Pro Output Setting With Dt25 Connected Via L6 Link

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Looking for an understanding on the intended Output setting on my HD Pro when connected to my DT25 Head and 112 Cab via the L6 Link cable.  I can't find documentation in the manuals for the suggested settings as they state what type the signal path is when using the L6 connection. (i.e. Combo Front, Combo Power Amp, Stack Front, Stack Power Amp).   Hopefully you experts can clarify this.  Thanks!

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it should set automatically... in your case to stack.

 

typically:

 

stack=head/cab (closed back)

combo=amp (open back)

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Thanks for the quick reply. So the HD Pro senses the DT25 head via the L6 cable and automatically configures the Output setting in the Utilities section to stack? Now if you look at the menu here in the  there is "Stack Front" and "Stack Power Amp", which one will or should it select automatically?   

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it will select it automatically.. .annoys some people, who prefer one over the other... and they have to change it all the time...

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Ok....after running a test you are correct.  It selects "Stack Power Amp" as the default Output mode.  Thanks.  Additionally on a side note, with the introduction of the HD500X having a new foot switch design and faster processing cpu, I am curious if there is a new FBV in the works that would operate the HD Pro nicely and perhaps an upgrade for the HD Pro?  I currently have the FBV Long Board I have used on my PodXT Pro however it is not a user friendly for the HD Pro, a bit of a disappointment.  

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