#1
whats the proper way of using headphones?
I connect my headphone on the output of my ampli
using adaptors, and it sound like shit, and it only have
sound on the right speaker, now I have sweaty ears that
i dont like, how do you guys use headphones that is confortable?
#2
What amp? Which output?
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#3
be careful what you're plugging into... could overload the headphones and cause them to break.
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#5
Get a big fan and play hair metal?
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#7
But what amp do you use?
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#8
Quote by kean1251
whats the proper way of using headphones?
I connect my headphone on the output of my ampli
using adaptors, and it sound like shit, and it only have
sound on the right speaker, now I have sweaty ears that
i dont like, how do you guys use headphones that is confortable?


I get sweaty ears, too, with over-ear headphones. Just comes with the territory and it's the price you pay for isolation.

The option is to use the custom-molded in-ear monitors from Shure or Westone, etc., but those are expensive. There's a DIY way to go about this: http://www.howtogeek.com/57481/how-to-make-custom-silicone-ear-molds-for-your-in-ear-monitors/ but honestly, I haven't tried it. Or, you can just use standard earbuds (though you'll want the ones that effectively isolate outside noise -- and they're likely to have over-amped bottom end).

Attaching the headphones to your amp is going to be difficult to help you with unless we have a lot more information. You don't plug them into the speaker output jacks; you'll ruin your headphones. What amp are you using?
#9
get an audio interface.
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