#1
Hey there,

I have a 1960A 4X12 Cab and I was wondering if you can plug a Pod X3 Live straight into the extension cab with no amp between them?

Might be a dumb question but I'd like to know.

Cheers =)
#4
Thanks, I have a Laney Power amp that is 65W that sounds terrible. Another stupid question but would the poweramp's sound greatly affect the tone from the X3?
#5
not really, but theres also the option of going from the pod into the P.A.
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#6
does the power amp sound nasty when ya plug directly into it with the guitar? if its a real flat frequency power amp ment for a PA its because its supose to sound that way with a guitar plugged into it....meaning ya need something else hooked into it such as a POD or a preamp of some sort. thats if it is a real flat freq power amp and not a regular guitar amp head etc.
#7
Quote by `NeXxuS`
not really, but theres also the option of going from the pod into the P.A.


So the Pod Can power the PA/Cab? and you can just play through the Pod, directly into the PA/Cab?
#8
Quote by BogWraith
So the Pod Can power the PA/Cab? and you can just play through the Pod, directly into the PA/Cab?


if the cab is passive, you need a power amp, if its a powered speaker then you can plug directly into that. some people prefere to run directly into a PA, but when they usually say that they mean they are running it into a mixer + power amp + speakers, unless they have active speakers.
#9
Quote by WaltTheWerewolf
if the cab is passive, you need a power amp, if its a powered speaker then you can plug directly into that. some people prefere to run directly into a PA, but when they usually say that they mean they are running it into a mixer + power amp + speakers, unless they have active speakers.



Oh cool! Thank you very much for this! Thanks guys, answered all my questions!
#10
I have my POD X3 Live connected to two Active PA speakers. Sounds good and saves on cost.