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Jad Diab
post Apr 27 2008, 11:28 AM
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I just had a pod X3, that's really cool, and i was wondering what is the S/PDIF out for ? i know that we can record sounds with it, but i mean what's the difference between it and the USB2.0 ?

And by the way, does somebody know how do we create sounds by using our computer, and then put these sounds on the pod3=x3, i installed line 6 Monkey ...
otherwise i'm so glad to have one, i can't wait to record something with it smile.gif


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Jad Diab
post Apr 27 2008, 12:28 PM
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i didn't see that there was a topic on Pods, i'll post it there


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post Apr 28 2008, 03:24 AM
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QUOTE (Zizi Top @ Apr 27 2008, 12:28 PM) *
I just had a pod X3, that's really cool, and i was wondering what is the S/PDIF out for ? i know that we can record sounds with it, but i mean what's the difference between it and the USB2.0 ?

And by the way, does somebody know how do we create sounds by using our computer, and then put these sounds on the pod3=x3, i installed line 6 Monkey ...
otherwise i'm so glad to have one, i can't wait to record something with it smile.gif



Hi Zizi,

Maybe this helps you out.

S/PDIF Digital Output - To send output from POD X3 to another device digitally, connect from this S/PDIF Dig Out to the S/PDIF in on your other device. Connecting digitally is the best choice for routing to external digital recording devices, such as a DAT recorder. The S/PDIF output sends out the Tone(s) according to your device settings - these options are found on the POD X3 device itself by pressing the “Outputs” button (these digital I/O options are not accessible in GearBox). The digital signal is always sent at 24-bit resolution. For more information on using these digital connections, please see your POD X3 Pilot’s Handbook, or check out the GearBox Recording Setup Guide available on the GearBox Online Help site.

If you want to use your computer to get more out of your POD download Gearbox on the line 6 site. It comes with a manual so you should be on your way fast.

Hope this answers your question, in case you need more help do not hasitate to ask.



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Hisham Al-Sanea
post Apr 28 2008, 11:10 PM
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QUOTE (StringBender @ Apr 28 2008, 05:24 AM) *
Hi Zizi,

Maybe this helps you out.

S/PDIF Digital Output - To send output from POD X3 to another device digitally, connect from this S/PDIF Dig Out to the S/PDIF in on your other device. Connecting digitally is the best choice for routing to external digital recording devices, such as a DAT recorder. The S/PDIF output sends out the Tone(s) according to your device settings - these options are found on the POD X3 device itself by pressing the “Outputs” button (these digital I/O options are not accessible in GearBox). The digital signal is always sent at 24-bit resolution. For more information on using these digital connections, please see your POD X3 Pilot’s Handbook, or check out the GearBox Recording Setup Guide available on the GearBox Online Help site.

If you want to use your computer to get more out of your POD download Gearbox on the line 6 site. It comes with a manual so you should be on your way fast.

Hope this answers your question, in case you need more help do not hasitate to ask.




agree with and nice explaning


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