#1
I recently bought me the pod hd pro unit, and I am a super noob when it comes to this stuff, so my question is what is the best way to plug my loudspeaker into my pod hd pro for the best possible sound? Sorry if that's a stupid question, I'm just not too sure, and I couldn't find the answer anywhere. Thanks in advance!
#2
Well it depends on the quality and the type of connections your speakers have. Ideally, use balanced outputs with proper balanced cables, if your speakers have a balanced in.
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#3
make sure you run the pod in direct mode for the PA. you may need a power amp if you system isn't powered.

Here is a great tone guide (i'm also using the pod hd pro). Its a great amp, just be patient and you'll get your sound, it takes some time and patience to find the right amps/cabs/etc. Good luck!

http://foobazaar.com/podhd/toneGuide/
#4
Quote by Eppicurt
Well it depends on the quality and the type of connections your speakers have. Ideally, use balanced outputs with proper balanced cables, if your speakers have a balanced in.


Do you mean with XLR cables?

And I have a Gemini RS-412 Active Loudspeaker if that helps.

And I got a tone. Personally the best one I've ever used IMO:

http://line6.com/customtone/tone/225408/
Last edited by Iggy2972 at Aug 5, 2013,
#5
I also have a bbe sonic maximizer and idk how to send it through my pod via fx loop. Help please?