#1
So I got a pathfinder 15r recently for home use. Couldn't be happier with it, but there's one little niggle..

If I plug anything into the headphone socket that isn't a pair of headphones with the right connection, I don't get any sound. I can't use it as a line-out, for instance. That's fine, because about an inch away there is a line-out, so no problem. One thing I do have a problem with is that my favourite pair of headphones is a mini-jack, and for reasons I do not quite comprehend, if I use a mini-to-jack converter to make it fit, it doesn't work.

I use the same method on my keyboard for headphone purposes. Is there a reason for this? Is it common with headphone-outs on amps?
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#4
is it a mono or stereo converter

ie, does it have one or two black bands at the end
Last edited by Tune my fork at Feb 1, 2012,
#7
Quote by darkwolf291
^Lies.
Mono works with my amp, but only the right side works.


well it depends on what your definition of working is... but yes normally only one channel will work, I would still suggest he uses a stereo jack to be sure though
Last edited by Tune my fork at Feb 1, 2012,
#9
as dark wolf said, usually you would just get it out of one side of the headphones, but yes i would definitely suggest u try a stereo jack if you've got one lying around as it could be the problem
#10
to be honest it kind of has to be the problem if headphones with the right jacks work with the same socket