Hi All. Can anyone advise on this please?

I have attempted this using the XLR Out on the Baggs to the T4S and can't seem to use the Baggss control;s to adjust Tone for my Acoustic, any ideas/help appreciated. 

Ronnie.



Edit Subject: Previously "How Do I Set-Up my BOSE TFS Tonematch to accept an LR Baggs Session DI."
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Hi  again ST.

Re: Previous post on how to get my L R Baggs Session Acoustic DI to talk to my Bose T4S Tonematch Mixer.

You kindly responded, advice of which I tried, but again no luck.

I can't get any response from the Compression & Saturate knobs on the DI, so as to make any noticeable difference to the tone of my electro/ acoustic, which is why I got this particular high-end DI pedal.

The Tone I am after is very similar to Charlie Worsham's on his Session DI.

Much appreciated if you have time ST, Can you assist by posting a diagram/drawing of the connections between the two devices.

The DI has an XLR Out on the top face of the pedal, with 1/4 inch jacks for  In/Out.

Many Thanks.

Ronnie.

Hi Ronnie,

Ronnie posted:

Hi  again ST.

Re: Previous post on how to get my L R Baggs Session Acoustic DI to talk to my Bose T4S Tonematch Mixer.

You kindly responded, advice of which I tried, but again no luck.

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Much appreciated if you have time ST, Can you assist by posting a diagram/drawing of the connections between the two devices.

The DI has an XLR Out on the top face of the pedal, with 1/4 inch jacks for  In/Out.



Here are two options for connecting the L R Baggs Session Acoustic DI to the T4S.  I have shown the connections to T4S channel 2 because I usually connect my vocal microphone to channel 1.

1. Use a 1/4" (6.3mm) Tip-Sleeve cable.



LR Baggs to T4S 14

OR

2. Use an XLR cable

LR Baggs to T4S XLR

The XLR cable method is preferred because this will give you a balanced connection from the L R Baggs Session Acoustic DI to the T4S*.

Ronnie posted:
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I can't get any response from the Compression & Saturate knobs on the DI, so as to make any noticeable difference to the tone of my electro/ acoustic, which is why I got this particular high-end DI pedal.

The Tone I am after is very similar to Charlie Worsham's on his Session DI.

On the T4S, set the ToneMatch Preset to

Category: Utility
Preset: Flat

Set zEQ to bypass for Low, Mid, Hi

Set ParaEQ  to bypass

Set all effects to Bypass (press the channel 2 FXMUTE button)

With the settings above - the T4S is not doing anything to the signal except controlling the volume. You should hear the output from the LR Baggs unit.  Battery?

Try the Compression and Saturate knobs on the L R Baggs Session Acoustic DI. If they still don't respond, then you may have a problem with the LR Baggs unit.

If the Compression and Saturate knobs on the L R Baggs Session Acoustic DI don't respond, try it with a different amplifier or

Bypass the T4S

If you are using an L1 Model II or L1 Model 1S, connect a 1/4" (6.3mm) Tip-Sleeve cable to the Power Stand Analog Input.

If you are using an L1 Compact, connect a 1/4" (6.3mm) Tip-Sleeve cable to channel 2 and set the ToneMatch switch to Line Level (down position)

Please tell us what you hear.

ST

*Balanced vs Unbalanced 

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