more infoLine 6 released the new Flash Memory V. 1.11.0 for the POD X3 series with several included fixes and updates . There are different flash files for X3 Bean and X3 Live so select what you need. If you are a POD X3 or POD X3 Live owner, please download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey software (version 1.23), and use it to update your POD to this latest version of firmware. Here's an overview of what has changed.
Has Line 6 already abandoned podXt users?
what makes you think so?
AFAIK there are currently even special offers for PODxt users for model packs and the GearBox plugin...
Other than that I believe what's on offer for the PODxt now pretty much maxes out what the hardware can do, so I don't expect Line 6 will come up with any MORE stuff to put into it.
I also don't see any kinks or errors left that might need fixing in a new firmware release...
For me, my PODxt live is a rock solid performer, while the X3 still seems to be in need of some work by Line 6 to get near the XTL's level of reliability, and you still can't use all the features that do work with the XTL.
I might still consider buying an X3 live though, if only because I can't get my T1 to work as a recording device in Cubase Studio 4 (no working ASIO driver), and the X3's channel strip models seem to work great for vocal work...
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I purchased an AX212 while they were new, 6 months later they came out with something else (maybe first Vetta series, I don't remember) and the discussion of anything AX212 related disappeared. It seems like they move on...
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