#1
Would it be possible to use stereo headphones with my Fender Deville 410?

It has a Int. speaker jack for 4 ohms, and a ext. jack for 8 ohms.
I'm pretty sure that those will not work, but is there any other way to make headphones possible?
#2
You could plug the pre amp out into a headphone amp and then plug your headphones in that. Depending on wether it mutes the power amp or not when you use the pre amp out you might need to plug in an unconnected cable in the power amp in to mute the amp's speakers.

Don't ever plug headphones in the speaker jacks, just don't.
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#4
alot of smaller practice amps have headphone outs

-Gibson LP VM
-Silvertone Kentucky Blue
-MXR CC Delay
-Ibanez TS-9
-Egnater Rebel 20
-Avatar 1x12

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#5
Its a tube amp most dont come with a headphone jack. You wont get that great tube tone you like with headphones anyways. There are attenuators with headphone jacks but a bit expensive. Better off to find something you already have that can be used with headphones.
#6
Quote by HowerPower
Do you know any examples of a headphone amp? I've never heard of that.

Headphone Amp
There you go

It won't sound nearly as full as when using your speakers, but it'll work just fine.
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