Posts by Manolo76


    I used for the 1st time Rig Manager this afternoon cause it was time to make a selection of the rigs I use.

    I installed Rig Manager 2.0.17 and start copying the profils I have on the Profiler to the Local Library. No problem so far excepted that for some reason, I have no favorites anymore (rigs are here but not marked as favorites). Well, I started to delete rigs I never used in "MyProfiler" section and it seemed ok, it's written 96 instead of the 753 I had before deleting BUT when I started browsing the KPA, there are many rigs I deleted that still there...

    Now, when I launch Rig Manager (updated to 2.0.18 which fixes the bug about favorites... too late for me), it's written 96 but as it didn't delete the rigs on KPA (not all at least as it's written Syncing Rig 1 of 656), it starts the Sync and take a while.

    So, how can I "tell" Rig Manager to make the KPA matches the 96 rigs displayed in "MyProfiler" the Rig Manager; i.e, deleted the unwanted rigs ?

    EDIT : the rigs appear in KPA but I can't select them, I can select only the 96 rigs I see in the Rig Manager...

    OS of the KPA is the last official update (

    I would like to win time, it's the opposite.

    I asked the question cause with Master Output, the "poc" is barely noticeable while with S/PDIF, it's hard for speakers.

    I don't use my KPA all time so all my system is often on before I turn the KPA on but if it is something that can't be avoid, I'll turn off my speakers first ;).

    According to the Totalmix, the main output is set to -27.2, so, you can't hear sound in your speakers. Do you have feedback of signal in the SPDIF input in the 1st row of Totalmix ? If yes, just raise up the volume of the main output.


    with 2.5.0, when I go from "All Rigs" to "Just Bass", I have my bass rigs (tagged "Bass" by pushing the "Rig" button -> Edit Tag) as expected but when I'm going back to "All Rigs", rigs are all tagged with Bass. It's just a display bug cause when I go again in "Just Bass", I have just my bass rigs and by switching rigs (press buttons in different ways is more exact :P), I finally got my guitar rigs tagged with Guitar.


    I would like to know if anyone tried to reproduce the sound of the bass in Uprising from Muse ?

    I tried with a Transpose stomp (pitch -12) and a Muffin for the drive but I'm not 100% satisfied.

    If you have some tips or a profile please ?

    I think it's a great idea if you just want jam on backtrack without turn on your PC or simply because you haven't you PC with you (travel etc...). You just need headphones and an usb key.

    Thanks to BRUNO, I reported this to support and here is the specs for outputs :

    Analog Outputs

    Master L and R Outputs: XLR balanced, ¼ inch TS unbalanced with ground lift

    max output level: XLR +22dBu, TS +16dBu

    Monitor Output: ¼ inch TS unbalanced with ground lift

    max output level: +16dBu

    Direct Output/Send: ¼ inch TS unbalanced with ground lift

    max output level: +16dBu

    Output Dynamic Range: >108 dB

    Dedicated Headphone Output: ¼ inch TRS stereo, 33Ohm

    There's an error in the KPA Manual Basics and Profiling where it's written that both XLR and jack are balanced.

    Sad to read this.

    Bought my KPA from Thomann. The 1st KPA had a bad responding knob. Thomann changed the KPA without any charge. The DSP died few months later and Thomann repaired my KPA without any charge again (no charge for shipping etc... it cost me 0 €). It's what your dealer has to do.

    A DSP error is usually a software error and not a hardware error ?(
    Did you try all the resetting?

    But whatever: Call them. My emails are often ignored too - but when I gave them a call everything has been worked out.

    Not in this case. I exchanged emails with Kemper support, following advices : tried resets, deleted rigs etc... but unfortunatly, always had the DSP Error tab so we reached the conclusion that the DSP board was faulty (and someone on the forum had the same problem and needed to send back his KPA).

    I'll try to call Thomann.


    I got a DSP Error on my KPA about 2 or 3 weeks ago and sent it back to Thomann (Kemper Support said the DSP was faulty). They received the KPA june the 11th. I asked Thomann when they think they'll send me my fixed KPA but no answer.

    If it happened to you, how much time it took to have your KPA back to you ? I have a gig june the 30th so I would like to know if I can expect have it before this date.