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    ruezz
    Contributor - Level 1
    2021-04-16

    Well, 

    Can anyone issue any kind of update on if they are going to fix the tap tempo issues that I have seen addressed on here multiple times? It's crazy to me that people have been complaining and still we don't have an option for external tap tempo or being able to dial in the tempo with the control knobs. Someone, please tell me this is coming soon or I'm gonna have to start considering selling this x5 and switching to something else, as it is has proven very difficult to adjust multiple tempos on the fly during live sets. 

    Thanks,

    Zack

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    • ruezz
      PedroRodrigues Hi ruezz as I’m sure it was stated previously this matter has been passed to the Dev. Team, please consider that as we would like to develop and implement promptly suggestions from our customers, we must request some bearing as the team is analyzing this and many others features suggestions to study the implementation viability. Thank you for your message
      • Apr 17
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    RobYates1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-04-15

    Can someone share a link to the 1.2 update settings for midi control or just share them?  I am looking just to be able to toggle up and down on through the boards, possible do tap temp if that was updated. I am new to midi, still learning, but it seems like TC info is tough to come by. 

    Thanks

    Rob

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    • RobYates1
      ChrisEdwards1 Hi Rob, the firmware release notes found in the software tab of the product page will give you some basic information on the new MIDI features that have been implemented. For a complete mapping table of all MIDI CC controllable
      features, navigate to:
      SETTINGS > GLOBAL > MIDI > CC TABLE

      https://www.tcelectronic.com/tcelectronic/product?modelCode=P0D9M
      • Apr 14
    • RobYates1
      RobYates1

      Super helpful link! Doesn’t look like a tap tempo yet, but maybe next update.
      Thanks!

      • Apr 15
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    Tremodillo
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-04-10

    Hi all; 

    I now use the old TC vintage tremolo and have been using it for years. 

    I really love the sound of it ! sounds like and old fender amp and very natural and organic in the sound. 

    I would really like the Tap tempo option as is found in the TC Pipeline. 

    Does anyone know if these two pedals are comparable/similar ? 

    I was thinking to change the vintage trem for the pipeline

    I am not sure I can try out the Pipeline before bying, otherwise I would do that. 

    Kind reg. 

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    • Tremodillo
      PedroRodrigues Hi Tremodillo please consider that the Vintage Tremolo offers a more more saturated expression while the Pipeline is more warm, with the organic sounding sinus curves of the ’60s. Please consider that any of these unit are legacy units. Thank you
      • Apr 17
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    riec01122
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-04-10

    I am curious how to proceed. I find that all modulation effects sound awful in an effects loop after the amp's drive sound and should only feed into a distorted amp. I also find that time based effects only sound good to me in my amp effects loop. With the Plethora is there a way to set it up so that I can get the effects where I want them? I don't use drive pedals and only like amp gain, so putting drive pedals in the effects loop of the Plethora is not an option. 

    Is there a way to set this up to my tastes or have I wasted money on a unit that will end up being useless for my needs

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    carloff74
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-04-09

    Hello, I have TC 6000 mkI is it still possible to upgrade?

     

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    • carloff74
      DavidKnighton Hello carloff74,
      You will need to reach out to your ENTE distributor for pricing and availability on the MK II upgrade.
      • Apr 9
    • carloff74
      carloff74

      Any news?

      • Apr 13
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    Andrew302052
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-04-01

    Hello, 

    So I made a reverse delay toneprnt for the plethora and whenever I try to use it, the signal to the output is cut off when the pedal is not engaged. The toneprint and pedal work fine when the effect is on, but then it mutes the plethora's output when I turn it off. Let me know if you need any more info from me. Would love to get on a new beta if there is one. Thanks.

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    andreaGTI
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-03-30

    hi everyone, I have a G Force, the green lcd display unfortunately no longer works, I would like to know if there is a spare display and if possible have the electronic diagrams to download. Thanks

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    • andreaGTI
      WilliamR Hello, William from musictribe here. Please contact us by submitting a Care Ticket. Click on the Support link at the top of this page. On the Support page, scroll down to the bottom and click on Technical Support to get started.
      • Mar 30
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    RobYates1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-03-28

    Will the Disaster Area DMC Micro controller let me switch boards on the plethora X5?

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    • RobYates1
      NicJonesMT Hi RobYates1.
      You need to send PC Messages to the Plethora from the controller to change the boards.
      I am not massively familiar with the DMC Micro and whether it can send PC messages, so what I would recommend is to contact the Manufacturer to confirm this.
      • Mar 30
    • RobYates1
      LosKartoflos With the PC Channel you can select a board. With CC you go up or down the boards, toggle single paddles and change the hot knob values. Although you can control the looper.
      • Apr 12
    • RobYates1
      RobYates1

      So it does seem that it has a little more midi control than I thought. I actually ordered the DMC.micro from Amazon but it showed up broken so I had to return it. I re ordered the DA Mini Baby3 because it seemed a little simpler. That should be here Thursday.

      • Apr 12
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    YannickScopeThiry
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-03-15

    Hi, Im owning a mk1 system 6000. 
    It boots, but, I cannot pass further into the system (menu) any longer. It only allows me to enter into a minimal basic menu. 

    Someone told me its probably the main processor that broke. 

    I added a service ticket here, but without much result.. It went 'solved' without actually being solved or replied.. 



    What are my options here?? 

    Repair? Where to ask? Cost? 
    Upgrade to mk2? Where? Cost?
    Exchange/Crossgrade to newly announce Native version? Where? Cost?



    I'dd prefer the cheapest option (probably the last one) 


    Any info or help will be greatly appreciated. 

    Thanks! 

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    • YannickScopeThiry
      DavidKnighton Hello Yannick,
      Firstly, I would like to ask your case number? It should start with CAS. It's possible someone responded and it landed in your SPAM/JUNK folder. Cases will auto resolve after about a week if you don't respond. Let me know the case number and I'll delve into it. Secondly, the original System 6000 have been obsolete for a very long time, and there are no parts/components left in the world, so repair is probably your least favorable option. Your best option would be to upgrade to a MKii system 6000. If you wanted to try for repair, either Thermal Relief Design in Las Vegas or Lifetime Services in NY would be a good option. For upgrades, you'll need to contact AVL Media and see if they can provide an upgrade package through their distribution network. If any packages are available, you'll need to contact service and arrange an RMA to have the item upgraded. Let me know if this helps.
      • Mar 15
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    wchristie1
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-03-15

    I am trying to get a G switch to work with my Nova System. I watched the video on You Tube. In the pedal menue. I set the type to G-switch but it does not change presets.

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    • wchristie1
      NicJonesMT Hi WChristie. Could you please submit a Technical support ticket and we can go through some trouble shooting with you.
      • Mar 16
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