So on Friday I played a show with my band, and my buddy who drove my gear to the gig had left my Kemper Power rack (In a Rackcase) in his car overnight. It's winter where I live and it was snowing so naturally, it got really cold. So he gets there, I set my stuff up, everything as usual, I turn the master up and there's no sound. I fiddled around for about 10 minutes, redoing the whole setup and panicking until slowly the sound started coming in. After that everything was fine. I'm still a bit worried though, is it safe to let your Kemper gets this cold? And have you ever experienced the Kemper having to warm-up for this long?
Check out the Tone Junkie Youtube series Kemper Tips and Tricks, if you haven't already. Lots of helpful stuff in there.
Wow, you are the second person in a week to post about much the headphone amp sucks on those things (not counting all those who joined in), that's crazy on such a small forum, haha. They must be bad...
Man the one on my scarlett is fine guess i got lucky