I sincerely apologize for this possibly extremely newbie question, but I just can't seem to figure this stuff out. First, a small bit of back-story (perhaps you'll recognize that my whole approach is wrong and can suggest something better - I'm open for suggestions). I've bought an electric guitar yesterday, and now I would like to get a signal into my PC and out through my old NAD amplifier (connected to the PC, obviously). The reason being - I don't want to buy an amp specifically for the guitar itself when I have a perfectly fine pair of columns already. Instead, I'd rather get a piece of hardware like Line 6 POD UX (or, likely, the smaller version of that device). My guitar teacher let me borrow his UX2, actually, so that's what I'm testing at home at the moment. Everything works well if I connect headphones to the UX2 directly - but this bypasses my PC, and as mentioned - I'd like to use my PC and connected speakers. One option is to use "record to this device" in Windows using the added recording device, but there's a notable delay - it'd be fine for recording purposes, but it's not so ideal for playing. There's an option in the POD software to use a kX ASIO device. Sounds OK - I like kX, you can do lot's of cool stuff with these drivers, and I could probably get rid of that latency! Alas, all I hear is silence. I've downloaded an ASIO test signal generator (http://www.tropicalcoder.com/ASIOTestSigGen.htm) to see how that'll work. Again, silence - and I've tried all the possible device outputs (kX out 00 / 01 to kX out 14 / 15). So, my guess is, I'm not routing the signal correctly in my DSP. I was under the impression, that each ASIO output corresponds, by default, to each FXBus. Since I'm using 2/3, my guess was that using kX out 02/03 would let me hear something. That, or I'm missing some other vital piece of configuration... What am I doing wrong? Here's a screenshot of my current DSP setup: http://imgur.com/aUukLo5 EDIT: I've managed to take a step forward. I've ditched the ProFX plugins in my DSP and instead loaded the FXBusX (used by default). Now I can hear the test sounds generated by the ASIO test signal generator. Unfortunately, I still can't get any sounds from the POD. Here's the (rather simplistic) screenshot of the POD's preferences: http://i.imgur.com/QfRuZnZ.jpg I'm not entirely sure what input channel refers to. I'm guessing the Output channels are the equivalent of ASIO output devices in the test application (with the slight exception that the numbers don't quite match - the test application starts from 0, while the POD starts from 1). Any ideas what could still be wrong?