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Old 05-03-2019, 10:31 AM   #2
serr
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Except you'd need a time machine function for live performance.
(Can't very well send your guitar signal back in time to make up for the lag while you play!) You can time align a latent system for post production but not for live performance or live sound. The hardware has to make the cut for minimum accepted lag.

6ms lag on the guitar system?!?
There must be some digital processing going on then.
Look into that vs some other amp sim options.

16ms latency with some wireless headphones?!?
Well that's a show stopper!
You need to hit under 10ms latency minimum for live use. (Some would say more like 5ms. I say 10ms is the max you can perform with.)

That's not OK.
If it was a wireless radio system, there would be no lag at all...
Is this some bluetooth headphone thingy? You're going to want to replace this with a proper wireless system or go back to wired. You need no lag or anything else is a moot point and you can't really play.
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