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Dt25 Firmware 2.0, Any Questions

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Hi all,

I upgraded my DT25 to new firmware but I don't know how to change preamp model e reverb model without POD. Is there an editor for DT amps ?

For example, how can I set, on channel A-II, Hiway preamp and Hall reverb ?

 

thanks

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I asked the same question....look to the top of this discussion page....see pinned post with links to Midi editors that will send data messages to make the changes. You will also need thew Midi implementation guide from the L6 manuals page for the DT25.

 

Gazza

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However, as I understand it, the new firmware is useless when used with the POD HD, because all the preamp models are already in the POD. Is that right ?

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Kind of... but still worthwhile as there are some fixes to the amp model defaults and some L6LINK enhancements.

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My favorite part of the new firmware is choosing the reverb I want and assigning it to the amp to free up the fx slot and DSP from the Pod.

 

 

However, as I understand it, the new firmware is useless when used with the POD HD, because all the preamp models are already in the POD. Is that right ?

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Is there any reason I would want to consider NOT doing the V 2.0 update?  I don't use a Pod HD, and like to keep things fairly simple. Are the additional tone options that dramatically different/enhanced compared to the existing options?  I already have a HOF reverb pedal, so I'm not that concerned about those enhancements. Thanks

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if you dont use a pd, then there's WAY more reason to do the update.... becomes a complete amp factory... you can customize all the topologies and other amp setting to anything the pod offers.... as well as make combinations of amps not possible on the pod.

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After I upgraded to 2.0, the first default sound (ch A/I) has a very low volume. Very strangely, volume increases when I set "low volume mode" to on.

I hope it doesn't be a tubes problem. Now I'll try to downgrade firmware

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The firmware's downgrade solved the problem ..I don't undesrtand

You do not have this problem on volume with 2.0 ?

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I don't have the issue. could be bad defaults. had you loaded up one of the dt customizer programs and changed it around or reset the defaults?

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No, I didn't use customizer programs for edit defaults. It was the default sound of firmware. I'll try to flash 2.0 again

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I would try using the customizer. if you get the same result.

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I flashed 2.0 again
In attachment, the default amp with firmware 2.0. When I switch "low volume mode" to on, the volume increases

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that may be normal. i can't recall... i haven't had the stock models loaded for quite some time.

but in low volume mode you are adding back the power amp modeling....

in regular mode, you might need to turn up the master or channel volume depending on the model.

if you ignore the difference between low volume and regular mode, can you dial in an amp worthy volume?

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with master and amp's volume at max, volume is however low ... i can play in my home

 

p.s.

The problem is only for Blackface. If I choose Tweed, the volume is higher, perhaps because boost is set to on

However, it's lower than firmware 1.0

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There was another thread about this a while ago. It was concluded that that's the way the models are. I am at work and don't have time to search, but it was a fairly recent thread in here.

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There was another thread about this a while ago. It was concluded that that's the way the models are. I am at work and don't have time to search, but it was a fairly recent thread in here.

 

In fact, this is the answer of Line6 Support:

 

"Hey Carmine,

That's a Fender model on NFL 1....That's actually normal as a Twin or Deluxe has no gain control...just one volume...dime the channel volume and use the drive for volume when using NFL 1...tonestack completely changes between amp models I hope this help."

 

 Maybe, the only way is increase volume using drive.

 

 

My favorite part of the new firmware is choosing the reverb I want and assigning it to the amp to free up the fx slot and DSP from the Pod.

 

 

How do you do it ? You must connect POD in send/return of the DT25 and disable the preamp of POD ? In this case, the switch on POD is set to "amp" instead of "line" ?

 

 

I hope my English is understandable ..

 

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In fact, this is the answer of Line6 Support:

"Hey Carmine,

That's a Fender model on NFL 1....That's actually normal as a Twin or Deluxe has no gain control...just one volume...dime the channel volume and use the drive for volume when using NFL 1...tonestack completely changes between amp models I hope this help."

 Maybe, the only way is increase volume using drive.

 

 

 

How do you do it ? You must connect POD in send/return of the DT25 and disable the preamp of POD ? In this case, the switch on POD is set to "amp" instead of "line" ?

 

 

I hope my English is understandable ..

 

To use the amp reverb, just select the reverb model you want by using the DT edit program for channel A, then turn the reverb knob up on the amp until you get the amount you want.

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if you dont use a pd, then there's WAY more reason to do the update.... becomes a complete amp factory... you can customize all the topologies and other amp setting to anything the pod offers.... as well as make combinations of amps not possible on the pod.

So then I would need to use a laptop to control/modify the settings? If yes, then how to the controls on the amp work?

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once you make your choices they are sticky... then you just use it like a regular amp...

 

So then I would need to use a laptop to control/modify the settings? If yes, then how to the controls on the amp work?

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