Line 6 POD XT Pro Modelling Guitar Amp in Gator Road Case. GalaxyGuitars thanks you for checking out this item. This Pod X3 Pro has been used and tested. I have a number of effect pedals I'll be listing so check them all out.From that Word Wide Web thing. It features the same Dual Tone architecture as the X3, which means that you can set up two different effect/amp/speaker cab rigs at the same time and combine them. Alternatively, you can process two completely separate guitars, basses or voices using one processor channel for each something not possible with the standard version. You also get the Pod Farm plugin (see SOS Jan 09), which essentially provides all the X3 facilities in the form of a Mac or Windows plugin, or as a latencyfree stand-alone'virtual processor' without the need for a DAW. The hardware acts as the'dongle' for Pod Farm and makes the latencyfree processing possible: as long as the Pod is connected to the computer, the Pod Farm software will run as a plugin.
You can still use another interface if you prefer, but for direct USB recording from the Pod or for latencyfree processing using Pod Farm, the Pod (or other suitable Line 6 interface) must be selected as the DAW's I/O device, or be part of a composite audio driver. You can also use the Pod X3 Pro as a computer interface for a Line 6 Variax guitar, enabling you to create new guitars using the free Variax Workbench software. The Pod Pro X3 uses 24bit A-D and D-A converters, and the internal processing employs 32bit floatingpoint arithmetic which is the same as in many DAWs. Up to nine simultaneous effects per signal chain can be used, with effects split between pretheamplifier (stomp) and postamp (send loop). Output 12 is fed by whatever you've selected for the Digital/XLR Outs, 34 is Tone 1 separately in stereo, 56 is Tone 2 separately in stereo, 7 is the sum of the inputs for Tone 1 and 8 is the sum of the inputs for Tone 2.This allows the simultaneous recording of both processed and unprocessed sounds, where both Tone channel outputs may be recorded in stereo. The main differences between a standard Pod X3 and this Pro version are the extra connectivity and the ability to use both channels separately. The X3 Pro has two dual quarterinch instrument inputs, and there are also two balanced-XLR mic inputs with phantom power, gaintrim controls and switchable lowcut filters. Digital I/O is presented in S/PDIF coaxial and AES-EBU balanced formats, as well as the Variax VDI Digital Interface, which uses a CAT5 cable. Analogue outs are on both unbalanced quarterinch jacks (switchable to amp or line level) and balanced Studio/Direct XLRs (switchable to mic or line level with a groundlift option), so pretty much any live or studio scenario is catered for. A connector is included for a Line 6 FBV floor controller, there's MIDI In and Out on standard fivepin DIN sockets and stereo insert points on quarterinch jacks. Another nice touch is the provision of separate, unprocessed DI output for each channel.
The headphone jack on the front panel is controlled by the Master Volume knob. Physically, the Pod X3 Pro is presented as a mains-powered, 3U rack device but it has been styled rather differently from earlier Pod Pro units. This time, the distinctive sculpted, red, anodised front panels have been confined to the mic/instrument inputs. These have been arranged to look like plugin modules and have the necessary XLR and jack connectors on the front, where they can easily be accessed.Also located here are the gain adjustment knobs, plus silver buttons for lowcut filters and pads and LEDs indicating signal presence and clipping. The rest of the unit draws on influences from both the Pod X3 and X3 Live: a reasonably large display assisted by a cursor controller, a data knob and four contextsensitive knobs do most of the editing work. I thought the presentation very stylish. The various soundshaping sections, Tap Tempo and Dual Mode selection are accessed via six pushbuttons, to the right of which is a Tone Volume and Master Volume control. Below is a conventional set of amp controls comprising Drive, Bass, Mid, Treble, Presence and Reverb. Anyone used to using a previous model of Pod should have little trouble in finding their way around. We do not enhance pictures to make the item look better.
Tracked service within Canada and to the USA. _gsrx_vers_827 GS 7.0.13 (827). The item "Line 6 POD XT Pro Modelling Guitar Amp in Gator Road Case" is in sale since Sunday, April 8, 2018. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Processors". The seller is "galaxyguitars" and is located in North Vancouver.
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