#1
I went today and bought a 1/8" to a 1/4" adaptor for my headphone cable to hook into my amp. But when i got home and plugged it in, sound only comes out of the left speaker of my 'phones. It isn't the 'phones though, because i tried it on 3 different pairs, and they all did the same thing. What is the problem here???
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#3
buy a stereo adapter. two rings on the tip.
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#4
uh... if you mean, the little black rings on the end.. hold on, i'll go look.

EDIT: it has two little black rings on the end of the adaptor, and it says stereo adaptor on the package.
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Quote by TheBax
uh... if you mean, the little black rings on the end.. hold on, i'll go look.

EDIT: it has two little black rings on the end of the adaptor, and it says stereo adaptor on the package.

This means your amp has mono output only. You can rig up a complex series of adapters to double the output to stereo, or you can buy specialist headphones with this facility. my Squier practise amp was the same, but Laney thought ahead.

Rob

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#6
i dont think ive ever owned an amp with a mono headphone output. never even occured to me.
Jenneh

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