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HELIX FLOOR VS POD GO

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Helix vs POD go is always interesting, because Line 6 has launched a mini baby of Helix – POD GO which is comparatively good sounding unit than its ancestor POD HD 500x. POD Go has capability to load custom IR(Impulse response) files, if you would like to download free Impulse response files then please do click on this LINK to access and download the same.Now lets compare both Helix and POD Go and see what features make them different.

FEATURES

LINE 6 HELIX FLOOR

LINE 6 POD GO

  • Amp Models
  • Effect Models
  • Presets
  • Simultanious Processing Blocks
  • Signal Flow Options
  • Snapshots
  • Impulse Responses (IRs)
  • Global EQ Bands
  • Main Display
  • Footswitches
  • Footswitch Modes
  • Footswitch Types
  • Looper Types
  • Looper Memory (Full Speed)
  • Looper Memory (1/2 Speed)
  • 1/4” Inputs
  • 1/4” Outputs
  • XLR Inputs
  • XLR Outputs
  • Effect Loop(s)
  • Digital In
  • Digital Out
  • Headphones
  • MIDI
  • USB Audio Interface
  • Master Remote Control
  • Variable Impedance Circuitry
  • Hands-Free Pedal Edit Mode
  • Chassis
  • Treadle
  • Scribble Strip LCDs
  • 1/4″ Exp Pedal Inputs
  • External Amp Control Outputs
  • Power
  • Product Height (in/cm)
  • Product Width (in/cm)
  • Product Depth (in/cm)
  • Product Weight (lb/kg)
  • 83
  • 213
  • 1024
  • Up to 32
  • Up to 4 stereo, serial or parallel
  • 8 per preset
  •  128x 1024 or 2048 -point
  • 3 fully parametric
  • 6.2″ color LCD
  •  12 capacitive touch + EXP toe
  • Stomp, Preset, Snapshot, Looper
  • Latching, Momentary
  • 6 Switch, 1 Switch
  • 60 sec mono || 30 sec Stereo
  • 120 sec mono || 60 sec Stereo
  • Guitar, Aux, Return 1-4
  • Main L/R, Send 1-4
  • Mic pre w/ Phantom Power
  • Main L/R
  • 4x send, 4x return stereo-linkable
  • Variax VDI, S/PDIF
  • S/PDIF, AES/EBU/L6 LINK
  • 1/4″ stereo
  • In, Out/Thru + USB
  • 8-In, 8-Out W/ Re-Amping
  • Command Center
  • Guitar In
  • Yes
  • Extruded + Cast aluminum
  • Cast aluminum
  • 13 x 2”/5cm
  • EXP 2, EXP 3
  • 2 (1=Tip, 2=Ring)
  • IEC
  • 3.61/92
  • 22.05/560
  • 11.87/301
  • 14.6/6.6
  • 83
  • 209
  • 256
  • Up to 10
  • Serial
  • 4 per preset
  • 128x 1024 or 2048-point
  • 3 fully parametric
  • 4.3″/11cm color LCD
  • 8 capacitive touch
  • Stomp, Preset, Snapshot, Looper
  • Latching
  • 6 Switch, 1 Switch
  • 40 sec mono/20 sec stereo
  • 80 sec mono/40 sec stereo
  • Guitar, Stereo Return
  • Main L/R, Amp Out, Stereo Send
  • NA
  • NA
  • 1x mo/ste Send, 1x mo/ste Return
  • NA
  • NA
  • 1/4″ stereo
  • USB
  • 4-in, 4-out w/ re-amping
  • NA
  • NA
  • NA
  • Bent steel and polycarbonate
  • Cast aluminum
  • NA
  • EXP 2 (shared w/ Footswitch 7/8
  • NA
  • DC-3g
  • 3.5/88
  • 9.1/230
  • 14.1/359
  • 5.5/2.5

FINAL DECISION MAKING

Helix vs POD Go, believe me if I had slight more money then I will definitely go for Helix without any doubts because of its massive processing power I can use this power to create complex chain of effects to rock the stage and crowd. But If i have money crunch then also I’m not disappointed because I can invest on POD Go and earn, save some money and later on upgrade to Helix, Thank you to Line 6 to come up with such a intuitive great unit that can fill in without any massive dent to the sound quality :).

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