#1
Don't know where in these forums this question belongs, but here goes.
Alright, I got this Marshall 45watt 15" small practice amp. The other day my stereo receiver went bye-bye on me
So I am basically ****'d as far as playing CD's goes (and I am broke). Can I use my Marshall AMP as a receiver..somehow, I guess this would involve some sort of wirein 'n stuff? Or will the marshall explode?
#4
Firstly, its a "Bump".

Secondly, Don't bump. Especially twice in a row with less than an hour in between.

Thirdly, I'm not quite sure what you're asking. Do you mean you want to use your amp as a remote speaker? The impression I'm getting is that you want to make your amp an infra red receiver.

Fourth, please explain what you want us to help you with in more detail.
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Last edited by bartdevil_metal at Mar 31, 2008,
#5
First bump: Ok
Second bump: Too soon.

But anyway, can't help you with that since I don't know anything about the issue, but... what amp is it? Some old Marshall solid state? I'm guessing solid state since you said "small practice amp" while it's 45W and 15".
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