Not sure what you're getting out of the two. My impression that probably the POD modeling
sounds a bit shabby and a real amp is nicer (been there, and it is), but you still want
the fx so you run the POD strictly for fx.
Am I missing something
or can't you run the POD through the fx loop of the amp and switch to a stereo rig (say 2
cabs with 2x12 each, or one 4x12 cab that can run 2 mono inputs) and just dump the whole
PA speaker setup.
Another way to do it is via stereo PA speaker setup and use
the amp strictly as a distortion/gain box/preamp tybe. Not sure about this model but the
fx send or maybe line out speaker emulated might take care of it. If it has tubes -
consult the manual, you might need speaker load. In that case I remember reading about a
cabinet load box here somewhere on this site which would be inserted after the amp so you
can record or run direct. Personally if that is the need, I'd rather dump the amp and live
with the modeler or get one of the HK preamp boxes, such as the Tubeman or Tubeman II.
Not sure on the POD but might be able to do 4 cable setup (putting the amp
in the POD's fx loop) but might be worht looking at, in that case if you want stereo then
you'd have to go with guitar speakers.