Hey all, I just got a Tech 21 DP-3X pedal at a great price from Amazon Warehouse (I was asking for it, right?). It was listed as "like new" and looked like it when I took it out of the packing. It came in the Tech 21 tin and everything. I was super excited to give it a go but I've come across some "issues" I haven't seen mentioned on the TB forums. Signal chain: Bass -> DP-3X -> PreSonus audio interface -> headphones (also tested with headphones directly into the pedal) Issues: -XLR hotter than 1/4": I know it's been mentioned that there is some sort of cab modeling on the XLR, but it is noticeably louder. The PreSonus has an input meter on the front which reflects this as well. -Hotter on "clean" channel: Many people have commented that they didn't like the pedal because kicking on the mix created such a volume disparity. I have the opposite experience - when I turn off the mix it's the same as above, perceived higher volume and I can see it on the PreSonus. -Clipping the pedal while in clean mode: If I turn one of the EQ knobs all the way up, I assume it's the pedal clipping. I did this last with the mids as the way up and even had the highs all the way down. It doesn't sound like the good distortion the pedal produces. It's that electronic almost farty kind of breakup. Has anyone else experienced this?