Hi folks. New to the Profiler (I have the Profiler Power Rack). I am using a workflow that is probably not standard here, but I am hoping you can help nonetheless. My setup is basically to use the Profiler up to, and including the amp part of the stack, and then take that output from monitor output into my UA OX Box for the cabinet, mic and room processing, plus some FX processing like EQ, Delay, Compression and Reverb.
So my question is this. For any given rig I am working on, I want to take the signal out from the amp and bypass the cabinet emulation (and remaining signal chain) completely, and I want to do this for all rigs. I would think I do this via the Output section, with the radio button called "Cabinet Off" in the Mon. Output section. Problem is, the button is always disabled. So 1) I don't understand how it would actually get enabled, and 2) in the disabled state does that mean the cabinet is or isn't in the signal chain? Doing the ear test, it doesn't seem to be in the chain, but it kind of bothers me to not understand why. Can anyone better shed some light on how this works? I read through the manual the best I could, but I could not find reference as to how this button would be "disabled".