#1
ok i know this is a noobish question, but on my amp, what is the difference between the low and high input? i've always played through high because its louder.

i have active pickups too if that makes a difference
#2
High Input should be what a Passive Bass would use.

A Low Input has -15db on it, I think, for Active Basses, which helps even out levels.

It may be the other way round.. but from what you've said, I think that's the right order.
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#4
It shouldn't be. An Active set will already have a boost to them compared to passive pickups. So you should be going into the Low Input. I think. Take a look at your user manual to be sure though...
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#5
You should be going through the Low input if its louder on the high, for the reason Nutter said, but it wont damage your amp putting it in the wrong one.


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#6
I've got a Same type of Amp Plugs.
Low is Active.
High is Passive.
It doesn't won't kill your bass, The Amp might be a Bit Fuzzy.
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#8
They will be very quiet.
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#9
You don't HAVE to do anything. All the different (sounds like low in your case) input provides is a slight cut in volume. As long as the amp isn't clipping it shouldn't matter which one you plug into.