Hello Swani, thanks for the feedback![quote=“Swani, post:1, topic:327, full:true”]
So i have had the device for a couple of weeks and its fantastic. The build quality is excellent and the device works as expected. In the spirit of constructive criticism a couple of things seemed odd to me:
1: the signal chain on-screen is left to right and on the device is right to left. Its a detail but it jars a little.[/quote]This was one of the first things that struck me too. It’s a bit where conventional guitar FX design and modern UI design clash with each other But I’ve come to like it, it feels as the most logical solution as almost all UI’s of FX software work from either left to right or from top to bottom and basically all guitar FX have the input on the right.
[quote=“Swani, post:1, topic:327, full:true”]2: no on off switch. I currently turn it off by unplugging it. I will wire a switch into the line , but it seems odd to have a thing in the studio which I have to unplug to turn off.[/quote]The MOD Duo is built to be switched off by unplugging the power cable. It’s a mobile device, akin to guitar FX that don’t have power switches either. It’s a bit like the RE-20 version of the Boss Space Echo if you know what I mean. The old Space Echo was meant to be used in a studio and had a power switch. The RE-20 is its modern mobile little brother and doesn’t have a power switch.
[quote=“Swani, post:1, topic:327, full:true”]3: less a complaint and more a suggestion. Shipping the right sort of power plug for the country being shipped to should be a simple thing. Its easy enough to get an adaptor but to serve a truly international audience it would be a nice touch to have people select their countrys plug type from a list and supply that.
[/quote]The MOD Duo’s should be shipped with a power adaptor that matches the wall sockets and current of the country where it’s being shipped too. So it could be you received the wrong power adaptor maybe. Me or another member of the team will get back to you on this.