The KPA's built in Tuner works great for me.
I purchased the Mosky switch for like $18. It is a true Momentary Switch with the Kemper. One minute it works fine, the next not at all. I ended up picking the switch up to move it and dropped it on my remote. One of the switches broke off. The switches I found are made of cheap plastic stems. I had to laugh. It was probably the best thing to happen to it.
I bit the bullet and shelled out $100 for the Kemper dual switch. It works fine every time that I step on it. It is much bigger and built tough. Plus it matches my Kemper Remote.
You get what you pay for. Lesson learned, ha ha.
Can you put that in Layman's Terms in a real situation? So I take it Power Boost is the 11 in SpinalTap.
Is it used when you already have your KPA and cabinet cranked and your drummer is so loud you need another 12db to get over him?
I looked in the newest manual and cannot find any info on the Output Section's 8/8 "Pwr Amp Boost."
I realize this is for powered racks and toasters, but what does this feature do; and how do we use it to our advantage?
Any information would be useful, thanks.
I have been using Cakewalk's Sonar Producer Edition 8.0 for many many years. I know my way around it and it works well.
Great info. Thanks, guys.
Is there any difference in output to a cab when using an studio profile with monitor cab off (in output menu) vs a merged profile? Basic question, but I want to hear it from you guys, thanks.
I made the purchase. Will report my findings when I receive it.
It's an free upgrade for those who purchased the pack. Check your spam folder. TopJimi sent out an email.
I asked Jimi directly, and he replied that he did some re-mastering of the EQ settings and changed the reverbs to more reflect the album sounds.
What is new in the update for this pack? I didn't see any info on what was used, thanks.
If using a powered Kemper, what would be the proper specs when shopping for a UPS?
I have my eye on a CyberPower OR500LCDRM1U 500VA 300W UPS.
$150 at Newegg.
I’m wondering if this would be enough ?.
I have not used the power amp of my Kemper yet, but plan on trying it out soon.
My Marshall cab is an 8ohm cab.
That means my KPA will be running 600watt RMS.
I’m thinking that a bigger UPS will be needed.
How many are using an Uninterrupted Power Supply as opposed to trusting a Surge Protector?
I have read that the KPA will shut down from sags or spikes with its built in protection.
From that I think that it makes more sense to go with an UPS.
How many are out playing different venues and use nothing or a Surge Protector and have had no problems?
Gathering information here before I invest, thanks.
Although I agree with GForce, one question... Did you turn off the HD500 Amp Modeling?
Yes, I did. Just want a clean shot to hear the effects without having to play two guitars.
Nope, just an honest question.
Nah, I’ll hang on to the old tank for a backup.
Can you tell me why they don’t work together?
Other stomp pedals do from what I gathered.
I have tried hooking up my Line 6 POD HD 500 to my Kemper to compare my old effects while crafting and tweaking new effect settings in the Kemper for future use without the Line 6.
I have tried hooking it up through the effects loop and then into the main input of the Kemper. Both installations seem to sound about the same. The effects sound distorted from my Line 6 or way turbo charged.
I turned down the output of the Line 6 but it did not help.
The Line 6 effects don’t sound good using with the Kemper. Does anyone know what I might be missing, thanks?
I am understanding this more now with your guys help.
The manual, seems to explain some things in detail and others not so much.
My problem was the Lock feature.
I understand it’s use along with when it’s best to apply it now. Copy and Pasting Effects and Modules is proving to be a big help also.
I plan to setup a few Performances for specific songs and a few basic with all needed rigs and most used effects for toggling on the fly.
Rome was not built in a day. Slowly figuring out this beast, ha ha.