Line 6 Announces POD HD Pro X
The POD HD Pro X contains more than 100 studio and stomp effects and dynamic DSP processing.
Calabasas, CA (September 24, 2013) -- Line 6, Inc. today introduced the new POD HD Pro X guitar multi-effects processor and studio interface, replacing the popular POD HD Pro. Like the recently released POD HD500X, POD HD Pro X features more DSP processing power than before, giving musicians even greater flexibility for creating complex signal paths and unique, intricate tones.
“POD HD Pro X makes the latest POD available in a rack-mountable form factor,” said Max Gutnik, Vice President of Products, Line 6. “With a world-class collection of amps and effects, plus more DSP power than ever, POD HD Pro X represents the ultimate creative studio tool for guitar players.”
POD HD Pro X features the same award-winning collection of HD amps as its predecessor. From vintage classics to modern powerhouses, each HD amp delivers incredible sonic depth, character and touch nuance. More than 100 studio and stomp effects allow guitarists to re-create classic signal chains or discover completely new sounds.
Featuring unmatched flexibility and greater processing power than any other guitar interface, POD Pro X is designed for tone exploration. Dynamic DSP gives guitarists the freedom to decide which effects to use, and where to place them in the signal chain. They can now add even more effects than before, opening up all-new tonal possibilities.
With a wide variety of analog and digital connections, POD HD Pro X is ideal as a studio interface. Guitarists can record vocals or acoustic instruments, track with their favorite HD amps, use the stereo FX loop to connect stompboxes and outboard effects, and much more. A USB connection provides multi-channel, studio-quality recording with popular digital audio workstations.
POD HD Pro X is the perfect foundation for any guitar system, and integrates seamlessly with a James Tyler Variax guitar and DT amp or StageSource speaker to form the Line 6 Dream Rig—the only system that can be virtually any rig.
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