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  • sigma
    Triber
    2020-07-16

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  • sigma
    Triber
    2020-06-12
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      • June 22, 2020
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        • June 23, 2020
  • Guitar111
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-10

    For the flashback delay 2 is the modulation setting the same 2290 mod that is on the flashback delay 2x4?  Does the 2290 delay on the x4 sound the same as the 2290 on The 2x4 flashback delay but with other options?

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    • Guitar111
      TC-Mike

      The 2290 delay sounds thre same on all Flashback models.


      The Flashback 2 version have the added feature of the MASH switch, whcih is mapped to freeze and repeat the delay buffer indefinite and input to delay FX  is closed, so you can solo dry over the delay drone as long as MASH switch is pressed down.


       

      • June 10, 2020
  • Philwwe
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-10

    Hi,

    Just picked up the Spectradrive and super useful having a PSU included.  What's the power output of the included PSU?  I currently use a BOSS PSA PSU which outputs 500ma so will the PSU included with the Spectradrive have a similar output and be able to drive up to 4 pedals if needed?

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  • TC-Mike
    Triber Moderator
    2020-06-09

    hi, 

    i moved your post into the correct forum...

    If you want to start out simple without using the aToneprint app, just  use the "DETUNE" type and set the amount of detuning for each Pitch shifter voice via VOICE 1 + 2 interval potmeters -> in DETUNE mode they shift the pitch with up to 50 cents instead of semitones and combined with the 2 direction toggle switches, you can very easily dial in the setting you mentioned above.If you just wnat one detuned voice with 7 cents up, set VOICE 2 to OFF.

    If you want to customize your own Detuning toneprints via the app Try the DUALDETUNE template from the  as a starting point, if you want dynamic detuning via the pressure sensitive MASH switch.. You can customize the detuning amount either fixed for each voice, or change it dynamically via MASH switch. On the MASH mapping page you can set up the parameter curve for the detuning.

    P.s.. you can have a fixed custom detune amount per voice and on top have different detuning via MASH switch, where the value of the detuning will return to the current pitch value of the potmeters of a toneprint when the MASH switch is released.

    Cheers,

    Mike

     

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  • NickyC
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-06-07

    Just got my Plethora X5 and I'm really pleased with the quality of the effects.  I can cnnect to my PC via USB OK but no matter what I try (Android, iPhone iPad, etc) I can't get the Bluetooth connection to work.  Any ideas anyone?

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  • nadampski
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-04

    I just noticed that the 1.1.52 firmware for the Plethora is now available, in case anyone's interested..

     

    https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Guitar/Effects-Processors/PLETHORA-X5/p/P0D9M/Downloads

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  • davidduts
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-03

    Hello everybody,
    I have a problem with my mark V 90w head and the new TC Electronic Plethora.

    By testing the Plethora in that case guitar> Plethora> AMP R.A.S, but in the effect loop (in system 2 or 4) my sound is muffled.
    If I don't activate any effect and with the effect loop activated, the sound stays faithful (thanks to the true bypass system of the pedal, I imagine), but as soon as I activate an effect, it's as if I turn my tone knob all the way down to the bass and I lose at least 6dB.

    Side power lamp of the Mesa, I did not see any particular anomaly after inspection.

    I tested the Plethora on another amp (Marshall avt100x) and I also have a change of sound but here it is the opposite effect, more acute, less bass and a slight fuzz effect, as well as a small loss of sound.

    Thanks for your feedback

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  • rawkinrobb
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-06-02

    Hi. I've recently purchased this amp...which the website suggests is from Canada where I am, but their phone number would appear that they're overseas in Europe. Before they ship it out, they've sent me an email that the power supply it has is a 240v 50hz and would not work in my country. The power supplies online seem to be universal. Anybody have any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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  • BryanRMiller
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-05-30

    Having a great time with my new board. Quick question: I was under the impression a standard power supply such as my voodoo should power this. Am I wrong? My voodoo powers all other TCE pedals, but not this one. I have had to use the power supply that came with the unit.

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    • BryanRMiller
      WilliamR

      Hello,


       


      The PLETHORAX5 requires a minimum of 600mA to operate. Power supplies like the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 3 have dc taps that are 500mA each which would fall short. 

      • June 1, 2020
    • BryanRMiller
      BryanRMiller

      Ah, well explained. That's unfortunate for me. Thanks.

      • June 2, 2020
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