Anybody know of any ways that I could combine both Spotify/iTunes backing tracks from my computer and output from my amplifier into a single pair of headphones? Gonna be moving into an apartment soon and would like to avoid any possible noise complaints from neighbors
A mixer, if the guitar amp has a headpnes out.
Switch to a modelling floor processor that has an aux in (POD HD, Amplifire, Boss GT) or switch to amp sims on the computer.
The Amplugs have aux in, killed two birds with one stone for me.
arrmaher13 Chances are if your amp has a headphone output, it has an aux in input (to use with the output from your computer) as well. What amp do you have?
Will Lane You're right, it totally does have an aux in input. Two, actually. I have a Fender FM65 DSP.
arrmaher13 Technically those are both part of one input. You would need an 1/8 or 3.5mm Male TRS cable (if you are using your headphone output of the computer) to male RCA. However those two inputs are for stereo imaging which you would need two speakers for, so you could probably get by using only one RCA connector. But likely if you get a 3.5mm TRS to RCA, it will come with the two RCA plugs.
Will Lane so, I could connect my computer to the amp using a 3.5mm TRS to RCA cable and then plug headphones in to the amp headphone jack and I should be able to hear both my playing and the audio from my computer?
arrmaher13 Sounds right to me.