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    kennew
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-10-08

    The mono input on my Flashback 1 is intermittently cutting out.  How do I send it in for service?  Or is it even worth doing that?   Service charges can often rival the cost of replacement.  Thanks

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    Warrioremg
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-09-29

    Hello, I've bought used Delay FB mini 1 and it doesn't have a dry signal. I've tried to switch kill dry by using Toneprint (version 4.4.18 for PC) templates, but it did nothing. Any suggestions?

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    • Warrioremg
      PedroRodrigues Hi Warrioremg,Please consider that the FX Level pot on your pedal is an analogue pot that mixes the wet signal with the dry after the wet signal has been converted back to analogue. With that in mind we can't do any clever digital trickery to the wet signal like turn it all the way up or all the way down when you are using the loop mode, because the pot is analogue. Because the looper is 100% wet and has no dry signal, this means that the FX level pot controls the overall output of the entire signal therefore not providing a dry signal.
      • Oct 3
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    JamesMatheson
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-09-24

    HALL OF FAME 2X4 REVERB: I know how to use the Tone Print Editor to create and save my own Tone Prints, but how do I assign my Tone Prints to the 4 FOOT SWITCH PRESETS?

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    • JamesMatheson
      WilliamR
      • Sep 24
    • JamesMatheson
      TC-Mike there are 2 ways to store toneprints to any of the 8 available preset bank locations:

      - use the type selector to select any of the 6 stored TonePrints on the pedal and then press and hold any of the current 4 memory location to overwrite preset with selected stored tonePint

      -while connected to the TonePrint app, you can also directly store the current TonePrint you are working on directly to any memory location by pressing and holding one of the 4 presets FS (this will overwrite the existing preset ) -> so no need to store to TonePrint slot first
      • Sep 27
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    DsMiddleton
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-09-19

    Anyone having this problem?

    It is occuring whenever I try to import my song template for mixing. there are about 5 instances of DVR250...but it just crashes instantly.

    IMac 2017, 64 gig ram...

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    • DsMiddleton
      PedroRodrigues Hi DsMiddleton, thank you for your post, please confirm that you have installed the 2.0.02 version present on the link below:
      https://www.tcelectronic.com/tcelectronic/product?modelCode=P0DCR
      You will also need the iLok License Manager to be installed on your computer, but you are not required to create an iLok account or activate any license as this will only be required if you have the Native version, so we can deposit the license.
      • Sep 20
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    Jmwilkins
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-09-14

    Hi, is there any way to identify what TonePrints are downloaded into spots 1-3 of my flashback2 and hall of fame2? Thank you.

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    • Jmwilkins
      WilliamR Hello, William from music tribe here. Regretfully, once the tone print is transferred to your device, there isn't a way to Identify the specific tone print from the pedal itself.
      • Sep 14
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    remork
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-09-06

    hi there

    having the same issue as Shamusotoole, where s/he states:

    "I bought a Flashback 2 with the aim of mono input, external tap, and stereo out." and ends up frustrated.

    i was looking for:

    mono in, dry+quarter notes out in one amp, dry+dotted eights in the other.

    this is perfectly possible with nothing plugged into the R input. it is also perfectly possible with a splitter cable, sending the exact same signal to L and R inputs. until you enable external tap in the editor, that is.

    since this is clearly a dual delayline equipped pedal, that can do mono to stereo or stereo to stereo just fine, i find it hard to wrap my head around the reason why enabling the ring on one of the inputs to accept pulses would cause the stereo spread of the outputs to be summed to mono. if it can do mono to stereo with nothing plugged in the R input, hopefully this is a software matter? where it can be programmed to do that very same thing, only while listening for taps on the ring?

    i found myself eyeballing the Nux duotime. while that doesn't have external tap tempo (want to control time from a  Boss ES-5), i prefer its dedicated tap tempo switch over holding down the switch on the flashback. but i think it sounds a little flatter than the flashback, and buying another delay pedal that almost does what i want is getting old. (looking at you, Nemesis.)

    but seriously, there has to be a reason for Nux to make these - me and Shamusotoole can't be the only one looking for this functionality? and the Flashback 2 comes soooooo darn close..

    seriously, a firmware upgrade that provides this would make this pedal the single best thing since sliced bread. smallest form factor (pedalboard real estate matters!), and an offering that no other manufacturer has provided, with a superb sound.

    please? pretty please? :)

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    • remork
      PedroRodrigues Hi, remork please follow the link below to access the guide and all the tools you require to update your unit.
      https://wsi.li/dl/qPJ7Lq3gRzheaGg98/
      Thank you
      • Sep 7
    • remork
      remork

      thank you Pedro. you got my hopes up for a minute :) but i'm quite sure my Flashback 2 is already running the 2019 #1.2.00 firmware, since i already have the internal tap tempo working, which was new to that firmware update. and while the 'new' internal tap tempo mode for the linked firmware retains full stereo as advertised, what i'm asking for is for the EXTERNAL tap tempo to retain the stereo image. which this firmware does not do. but i'll doublecheck the firmware next time, just to be sure.

      • Sep 8
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    Tomtuma
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-09-01

    I recently bought a used flashback 2 and I found that when turning delay time up past 12 o oclock there is no initial dry signal . so i hit  anote and dont hear anything until the delay kicks in . I see there are a couple switches inside the box for bypass/dry kill but nothing changes in regards to this when I switch them . One of them will cut the signal if the pedal is off and switch it back and it works fine . but the kill dry thing seems to not be working . I updated the pedal and dont know what eles to do .

    any helpappreciated

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    • Tomtuma
      Dale_M Hi there it would be best to send us a Technical ticket to assist you via our Support tab above.
      • Sep 2
    • Tomtuma
      PedroRodrigues Hi Tomtuma, please take in to account that with second hand units the conditions are always a misery, nevertheless I would advise your to perform a firmware update on your unit,the resources for this process and the guidance on how to use the deep-switches on your unit will be present on the link below: https://wsi.li/dl/BXGkrHMbMStmFw79C/ Thank you
      • Sep 2
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    InVitr0
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-09-01

    Hello, is there a way to get the Hall-Effect Sensor for the Flashback 2? 

    It is the IC20 and the part is mechanically broken. 

    Musicstore could not/refuse to replace the part within the guarantee time.. 

     

     

    this is quite sad, because the pedal work. but I cant switch it.

    why should I throw away a 110€ pedal when a 2€ part is broken? 

     
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    RickyMarshallKirkpatrick
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-08-24

    I've had my ND-1 for a long time.The delay knob has gotten super loose as far as the delay time adjustment goes.It still locks in the delay time when I move the knob to the 12 o'clock. I was wondereing where I can get it repaired. Thanks!

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    • RickyMarshallKirkpatrick
      WilliamR Hello, William from musictribe here. Please click the support link at the top of the page and create a service ticket. Someone will contact you ASAP to arrange this for you.
      • Aug 24
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    ColinG
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-07-26

    I am not sure what I am doing wrong here.

    I have perused the manual and watched YouTube videos. However: with the Loop light blinking green, I set myself up with a few chords/notes to record then hit the 'Loop' button.  What happens then is the first note/chord just echoes back at me, then the next...and the next... until the whole thing is a cumulative mess!

    Of course, all I want to do is hear what I am playing; then hit the button again and hear it all back as I played it. It is as if I am playing into an echo efffects pedal?

    I hope all that made sense and you are now rolling your eyes as I have made a very obvious error.

    Thanks.

    Colin.

     

     

     

     

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    • ColinG
      PedroRodrigues Hi ColinG as a first step I would suggest to check if you are using the latest version Firmware version for your unit. If your unit is not please follow the steps below to update your unit.

      To perform the firmware update please download the newest firmware from the “Support” page for your TC pedal.
      https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Guitar/Stompboxes/DITTO-JAM-X2-LOOPER/p/P0DAT/Downloads#googtrans(en|en)
      There are updaters:
      – for Microsoft Windows (these are ZIP archives containing the firmware
      installer) and
      – for OS X (these are disk image files containing the firmware installer).

      2. Unplug all cables (including the power supply) from your TC pedal.

      3. Connect the pedal to your computer using a USB cable.

      4. Insert the DC power supply plug. The leftmost LED on your pedal should
      turn green.

      Your TC pedal will now be recognized as an updatable device.

      Applying the firmware update
      Open the firmware update file. The pedal’s current firmware will be listed,
      as well as the version contained in the updater.

      Click “Update” and let the program run. The BeatSense LED will flash red
      during the update. At some point, the update window may indicate that the
      pedal has disconnected, which is normal.

      When finished, the unit will return to the loop mode display shown prior to
      the update procedure
      • Jul 27
    • ColinG
      ColinG

      Thanks Pedro, I will try this. I have now had two pedals suspecting a fault with the first! I am a bit perturbed that there seems to have been no update for eight years. But worth a go.

      • Jul 27
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