#1
I finally found a converter that works so I tried my headphones out on the amp and I was amazed, much better harmonics, high frequency didn't cut out sound...Distortion was ALOT better. There is also alot less buzzing. Could it be my headphones are a higher quality than the speaker? (this isn't the 15g this is the old 15w frontman)
#2
because the speaker is pretty bad.

wt headphones, you bypass the speaker.


i swapped out the speaker in my 25R made all the difference.
Jenneh

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#3
NexXtech Digital Stereo Headphones. I am also doubting I need a new amp because it sounds pretty good with those headphones. Would I change my mind once I tried out a valvetronix?
#4
probably, unless you like to play quietly.

then there's no need to upgrade yet.
Jenneh

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#5
It's true it sounds better, but I HIGHLY doubt it'll even compare to the VTX.
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#6
Hmm that's interesting. I have a pretty crappy amp, if I buy headphones for it, can sound it better too?
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#8
I had the same experience when I played a Vox DA15 through some high-end headphones -- I was surprised by how much better it sounded than through the stock speaker.