#1
Alright, yesterday I managed to get ahold of a certain adapter that enabled me to plug in my guitar into the microphone input of my computer's sound card. Through my RP 350, it sounds great, even better than on my amp.

The question I'm asking is, is the sound card in danger of any sort of damage from the distorted signal the guitar is sending into it? I mean, from what I hear it's working great, I just don't know if I'll burn it or something...
#2
You won't get very much sound, like, you won't hear it unless you turn your speakers way up.
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#4
Quote by Ghold125
You won't get very much sound, like, you won't hear it unless you turn your speakers way up.


On the contrary, because I use my guitar processor I can hear it perfectly, even at low volumes. My question is will it do any physical damage to it?

And no, I don't hear any clipping. Sounds just fine.
#5
It can do physical damage if the signal being amplified is larger than what your soundcard can handle. Clipping is a sign of reaching that threshold.
#6
ive done the same, it SHOULD be fine
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