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Line 6 TonePort GX
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Line 6 TonePort GX

USB audio interface de la marque Line 6 appartenant à la série TonePort

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deep1deep1

Line 6 TonePort GXPublished on 07/16/07 at 11:53
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Incredible!
Value for money out of the ordinary. Excellent sound reproduction. A Quick and efficient. LTD with a guitar with 2 EMG 81 active quality is not negligible.
Emulations of his are numerous.
As neophyte in the recording with Cool Edit Pro and Cubase SX 3 anything is possible.

UTILIZATION

Fast and efficient!

GETTING STARTED

Simple. Use both to listen to that recording.

OVERALL OPINION

Genial. The bomb ball donf five!
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Phil5150Phil5150

Line 6 TonePort GXPublished on 07/25/07 at 04:18
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See site line6 because the list is long!
The sound modlisations trsralistes at the grain of each simulation.
on the other hand, it still lacks the reproduction of the attack on HP (you know what "Wooouuuammmm" if CHARACTERISTICS for mtalleux when pummeled on the low E that can restore a true front microphone jack amp and can not return the modlisation, but hey this is tip top TonePort GX!.
I use it with a guitar ibanez saber mounts EMG 81 and 85 ... adcoiffe STRID!

UTILIZATION

Quick and easy installation, the manual is in English on the other hand ...
Beware buy one more mini-jack cable / RCA Stereo to connect the output of the TonePort line out (mini jack output) directly to...…
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See site line6 because the list is long!
The sound modlisations trsralistes at the grain of each simulation.
on the other hand, it still lacks the reproduction of the attack on HP (you know what "Wooouuuammmm" if CHARACTERISTICS for mtalleux when pummeled on the low E that can restore a true front microphone jack amp and can not return the modlisation, but hey this is tip top TonePort GX!.
I use it with a guitar ibanez saber mounts EMG 81 and 85 ... adcoiffe STRID!

UTILIZATION

Quick and easy installation, the manual is in English on the other hand ...
Beware buy one more mini-jack cable / RCA Stereo to connect the output of the TonePort line out (mini jack output) directly to your monitor speakers (if available RCA attention!) If you want used as the TonePort GX sound card.
You can also configure the TonePort as plug in your squenceur prfr.
Finally, possibility to buy packs later models like the pod xt and 30 days offered for fun or perform on-site GuitarPort On Line.

GETTING STARTED

Hat line 6, simulations and especially the effects are of high quality for 72 euros is really given. Zero-latency and no bug APRS several uses.
I was looking for a solution home recording studio quality sound and close my Flextone 3 that I use live.
The TonePort GX is the ideal solution for work with headphones and / or monitor speakers while bnficiant the best research of Contents modlisation.

OVERALL OPINION

Line 6 has aimed on target, a no-fault will become a card in the weeks ahead. I recommend all eyes closed.
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PierrotwsPierrotws

Line 6 TonePort GXPublished on 08/29/07 at 14:36
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Toneport case, the simplest, with just a guitar input, a headphone jack, and USB cable.
was used to record stuff clean, and even to have a amp simulation and effects on the cheap (75). Practical, simple, effective! (And much style as the JamLab, the tone of the harbor mouth, and can be hung or placed anywhere

UTILIZATION

You put the CD BEFORE you plug the ptite bete, and then installs itself. Unless you are a quiche in your computer, and you never install a program in your life, there's no problem (in the opposite case, is not really the fault of Line6)
Once installed you plug your guitar and you cry in front of the GearBox software, remembering that the whole is only 75.
The...…
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Toneport case, the simplest, with just a guitar input, a headphone jack, and USB cable.
was used to record stuff clean, and even to have a amp simulation and effects on the cheap (75). Practical, simple, effective! (And much style as the JamLab, the tone of the harbor mouth, and can be hung or placed anywhere

UTILIZATION

You put the CD BEFORE you plug the ptite bete, and then installs itself. Unless you are a quiche in your computer, and you never install a program in your life, there's no problem (in the opposite case, is not really the fault of Line6)
Once installed you plug your guitar and you cry in front of the GearBox software, remembering that the whole is only 75.
The manual is useless, I know even if y 'has a ...

GETTING STARTED

Then .... is great. GearBox is really gniale, it is not directly involved in the recording, but you can take your soft or soft prfr free (like Audacity). Tone Port acts as a sound card, very easy to use.
No latency is great.
It can only record one track, is not a default, as is not to record an entire group at once, with each entry.
Any con, for lovers of compos stupid, who do not want to buy the latest in home studio for I-don't-know-what-to-thousands-d'euros. The sound is clean, a place not eat. Is nickel! Only default, the GearBox software is in English, and there's no patch. One that will BMOL 9, as t s'aurait handy when I beginners with the program. For non-bilingual, do not worry be, is very instinctive.

OVERALL OPINION

I have for some time, and I have all my renregistr terms with it, the result is stunning.
the +: the effectiveness of simplicity not very expensive, very useful, a very basic home studio, as I was looking for. Fed up with having to go through the South, I chose my sounds, and more, it's cheaper: P
the -: To quibble, the GearBox in french. But there's always wrong.
I tried the JamLab It used dailleurs my first choice. The JamLab is fine, but for 10 + of my dealer offered me the TonePort GX. The app is that of all the Line6, the pros of simulation, it is a little more class (is a real case, not a USB cable / jack from a cot on the other headphones) and can rgler the output volume directly on the TonePort.
Honestly, the ratio quality price is really gniale! There's the range above, but I'm just not useful. It suits me perfectly. Is what I'm looking for a long time!
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JohnnyJohnny

Line 6 TonePort GXPublished on 10/07/07 at 23:17
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USB, and simplicity.
record bass on the song.
intel duocore, 1.86kz, 2 GB of RAM.
stuart ham bass fender, behringer mixing desk euro 502.

UTILIZATION

Installation carefree I Tlcharger the update driver vista.
yes for use of gx + there are not simple.
the user manual is clear and not those ben .... not at all clear, moreover, it is in English and if not master the language of a savage damn thee.

GETTING STARTED

Driver hyper stable.
there is the update for vista wind on the site.
I use Cubase LE, gearbox, and band in a box.
latance almost zero in cubase I rgler has 2ms.
how track can be recorded with a single gx I think.

OVERALL OPINION

3 days I buy them on...…
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USB, and simplicity.
record bass on the song.
intel duocore, 1.86kz, 2 GB of RAM.
stuart ham bass fender, behringer mixing desk euro 502.

UTILIZATION

Installation carefree I Tlcharger the update driver vista.
yes for use of gx + there are not simple.
the user manual is clear and not those ben .... not at all clear, moreover, it is in English and if not master the language of a savage damn thee.

GETTING STARTED

Driver hyper stable.
there is the update for vista wind on the site.
I use Cubase LE, gearbox, and band in a box.
latance almost zero in cubase I rgler has 2ms.
how track can be recorded with a single gx I think.

OVERALL OPINION

3 days I buy them on Friday morning.
the simplicity and clear sound, dynamic, clear, I had a firewire edirol fa66 and well gx sound much better.
excellent;
I would do no not the same, not on quality but we must recognize the gx
cot a bit limited these connections I'll go to the store and I'll order the UX2.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Line 6
  • Model: TonePort GX
  • Series: TonePort
  • Category: USB audio interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 06/18/2007

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