bad-man-inc Posted December 8, 2013 Share Posted December 8, 2013 So I've browsed and read as many forums as possible. I understand that early podx3 live's will have usb audio drop out, with windows 8 computers. Unless they have a new hardware part installed. I've spoken with my local long and mcquade, they said it would be a 22 week return time. Little much. I need my pod for my band as the vocalist, the tap delay is fantastic...and need the pod for my recorded guitar work with another band. 22 weeks, can kiss my arse. Has anyone done this on their own? I am a techy anyways, is there a posting somewhere of the Technical Bulletin #52 anywhere? Or is there a software fix for this yet? K those questions aside.... When I first started to use my podx3 live with windows 8, it was a battle for soundcards. Then it would last almost an hour, before audio drop out, now it won't last a minute. Is this normal for the "audio dropout"??????? I've used new and old USB cables, tried all the usb ports, front and back, don't use a hub. I want to hulk smash something, but need to know which should go first. Since my pod has no warranty, maybe I should just trade it in for a pod hd (but a broke lollipop nugga)....but if I did that, will I be able to keep my custom tones???? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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