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I have usually run leads from the trio Plus amp output and the mixer output into my guitar amp. This is ok, but I wanted to send the lead from the mixer output into a separate PA (for drums and bass) and the guitar sounds through the amp. When I tried this the PA sound was clear but there was horrible interference and no guitar sounds at all coming through my guitar amp. Any thoughts?

Answers

  • When you have both connections connected simultaneously the Trio+ knows that the Drum/Bass track will go through the Mixer out only and the Guitar through the Amp Out.

    Try to reinitialize the Trio+ to see if it clears the issue?

    Press and hold the Guitar FX and Alt Time buttons at the same time, and apply power.
    Hold the Guitar FX and Alt time buttons until the Style LEDs finish cycling all green,
    then release the buttons and repower the unit.

  • BarnseyBarnsey Posts: 3
    edited January 24
    Thanks for your answer. The connections started to work as they should anyway, but if it happens again, I will try out your suggestion.
  • @Barnsey said:
    Thanks for your answer. The connections started to work as they should anyway, but if it happens again, I will try out your suggestion.

    Oh that is good to hear, absolutely you're welcome! Contact us at [email protected] if you ever need direct support.

  • Hi
    I have a different issue now.
    On playback some of the songs or parts of songs I created, are too slow. It seems more of a problem with some of the tracks than others. Nothing to do with the time stretch function which is always set at noon. Taking out the power lead and putting it back in sometimes helps. I was wondering if this was a fault with the Trio+ or the memory card.
    Thanks
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