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Adding A Headphone Jack To An Amp

Discussion in 'Shock Brother's DIY Amps' started by Agave_Blue, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. Agave_Blue

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    Do expect that without speaker emulation this will be a little harsh and hashy sounding. But it will work. And some knob twiddling will probably get it sounding good enough for practice. It will certainly work for direct recording.
     
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    for another 10 you could get a minimass, it has a line out and you get an attenuator too.
     
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    I thought "Line Out" and "Headphone Out" were not necessarily the same thing.

    The attenuation (and Line Out) would be a bonus for me. What I actually need is a Headphone Out.

    For me any amp without a Headphone Out is DOA. Unfortunately most of the Amp I've got interest in (Classic 30 in particular) don't have a Headphone Out. So, I'm searching for possible solutions.
     
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