The product page on Amazon listed these ampliers as operating on AC input voltage: 100 – 240VAC (10%), 50/60Hz.
When I received my order, the product box has the 120V indicator on the shipping sticker. So, do these XLS amplifiers have auto voltage switching built in or do user from countries operating on 220/230V needs to use voltage step down converter?
I have search this website and also the accompanying documentation that comes with the product, but have not found any definitive answer to my question.
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I would like to automate pedal movements by using midi. The midi source would be a backing-track created in Logic Pro.
To change the programs this way works fine but I it would be so cool if I also could program the "whammy-thing" in my backing track...
Does anybody have a clue?
I just got this model used and it did not come with any CD software. I'm not sure what it is supposed to have or what I need.
I use a Surface Pro with Windows 10. I do not see an option for any pc downloads for this software (?)
Do I need any software to download from the tone library or can I just download the file(s) then upload to unit?
Finally, I have never worked with fx pedals let alone a multi-effects unit. What is the best videos that give thourough tutorials, if any? The bigger the crayon the better (LOL I'm old) *I did download the manual
I have a question for a future update for TRIO+
Is it possible that i record my chord progression in the looper, then playback the looper with that chord progression and start the BAND recording (and stop rec automatic at the end)? So the BAND is learning from the recorded chord progression.
I do this now with a extra looper but that is an extra pedal....
Thanks in advance,