Difference between Axe FX II and MFC101 Mk1 and Mk2?

Rock72

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I know the quickest way to get the good answers is to ask rather than wading through pages of threads. So here it goes:

1. What is the difference between the Axe FX II and Axe FX II Mk 2?

2. The same with the MFC-101?

Help appreciated.
 

bammbamm

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I know the quickest way to get the good answers is to ask rather than wading through pages of threads. So here it goes:

1. What is the difference between the Axe FX II and Axe FX II Mk 2?

2. The same with the MFC-101?

Help appreciated.
Ethercon jacks are now used on both units. Also, I think they put some vents in the Axe2 mk2 to appease some guys.
 

Scott Peterson

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The difference is a locking Ethercon connection on both.

There are some vent slots on the Axe-FX II on the side. They are very small.

AFAIK, that's it.
 

KGWagner

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The MarkII versions of both those devices use an Ethercon connector to tie them together, rather than the typical RJ-45 connectors. It's a much more robust connection. You can still use a standard CAT-5 cable in a pinch, but you'll be better off with the Ethercon parts.

Neither device comes with a cable, so you'll have to pick one up somewhere. I got mine at Markertech, but I'm sure there are other sources.
 




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