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What would you even use such a thing for...
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I'm not sure, I know they have converters that go the other way, but I'm not too sure about that.

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What would you even use such a thing for...


Plugging an MP3 player into an amp, or plugging a guitar into a computer (a bad way to do it)...

Check Radioshack or an electronics store, they should carry them.

Or just type in 1/4" to 1/8" adapter on amazon.
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Plugging an MP3 player into an amp, or plugging a guitar into a computer (a bad way to do it)...

Check Radioshack or an electronics store, they should carry them.

Or just type in 1/4" to 1/8" adapter on amazon.



You'd use a Jack to Headphone converter for plugging an MP3 player in, not the other way around.
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thanks for the help guys! I'm it using for a band project. I have a couple of software synths on my computer, and I have a MIDI keyboard. and basically the keyboard is the controller for the software synths on my comp, and I want the converter so I can run the synth out of my amplifier.
#12
They sell them at Guitar Center. Might be cheaper at Radioshack. Or you can get one from China on ebay for like $1.
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My favorite one is the Grado 1/4" to 1/8" converter. It's used to connect expensive home stereo-style headphones to portable electronics. It puts a few inches of cable between the jack and the plug so that the jack you're plugging into isn't directly supporting all the weight of a 1/4" plug with converter attached. They're usually around $15.
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thanks for the help guys! I'm it using for a band project. I have a couple of software synths on my computer, and I have a MIDI keyboard. and basically the keyboard is the controller for the software synths on my comp, and I want the converter so I can run the synth out of my amplifier.

Hang on here, what kind of amp?

If it is a guitar amp and you are sending a line out or headphone signal to the input you are first at the wrong levels and second the output from the computer is stereo and you are going into an instrument input.