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Tried Hd500x With L2m, Sounded Very Thin.... Help?


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What is the Output mode of your Pod? The L2m is an FRFR speaker system, especially in Reference/PA mode. It has other mode settings that may work better with your HD500 preset. It's important to match the speaker mode to the HD500 Output mode as well as the preset's cab/mic settings.

 

 If you are connecting the Pod to the L2m?using L6 LINK, try manually changing the mode of the speaker. By default the speaker switches to Electric Guitar mode when a POD HD device is connected. Depending on your preset you may prefer the sound with the speaker in Reference/PA mode.

 

The HD500X saves the current mode of a StageSource speaker in its stored preset. Because the default value is Electric Guitar, that's the mode the speaker switches to when an HD500X is connected. You can change this on a preset basis by saving the preset after manually switching the speaker mode to a desired different setting. That way you can tailor the speaker mode to your HD500X preset on an individual basis, ensuring that you always have the combination that works best for you.

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What is the Output mode of your Pod? The L2m is an FRFR speaker system, especially in Reference/PA mode. It has other mode settings that may work better with your HD500 preset. It's important to match the speaker mode to the HD500 Output mode as well as the preset's cab/mic settings.

 

 If you are connecting the Pod to the L2m?using L6 LINK, try manually changing the mode of the speaker. By default the speaker switches to Electric Guitar mode when a POD HD device is connected. Depending on your preset you may prefer the sound with the speaker in Reference/PA mode.

 

The HD500X saves the current mode of a StageSource speaker in its stored preset. Because the default value is Electric Guitar, that's the mode the speaker switches to when an HD500X is connected. You can change this on a preset basis by saving the preset after manually switching the speaker mode to a desired different setting. That way you can tailor the speaker mode to your HD500X preset on an individual basis, ensuring that you always have the combination that works best for you.

I did not know it defaulted to that. I'm trying to get it to sound as close as it can to what the front of the house sounds. :(

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