#1
So I decided to plug my MP3 player into my amp like I often do to use backing tracks and such. Well...yeah...I'll let the picture speak for itself.



Sigh. I have about $200 towards my laptop fund and $4,000 left of tuition to pay.
Anyone else ever burn out an MP3 player by your amp?
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#2
It looks heavenly.

Also, I don't have an mp3...sawwy. But, my computer broke because I shocked by rubbing my feet on the carpet..That's all I got.
#3
Congratulations, I've never done that with all of my different MP3 players, Ipods, etc. I've plugged mine into bass amps so I dunno.
#6
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#9
that looks like someone smashed that screen something harsh
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So I decided to plug my MP3 player into my amp like I often do to use backing tracks and such. Well...yeah...I'll let the picture speak for itself.



Sigh. I have about $200 towards my laptop fund and $4,000 left of tuition to pay.
Anyone else ever burn out an MP3 player by your amp?

that is a cracked lcd screen, doubt your amp did that
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#12
I have a Roland, so I had my amp on Power Squeeze; in between playing, with the amp on, I plugged in my MP3 player to the auxilary port and it made a cracking noise come out of the amp and the screen looked like that.

For the record, the amp I usually use makes me use that adapter thing for headphones; this one makes me do it for headphones, but not for the auxilary port.

As for the screen, on the outside it's just fine. It's cracked on the inside.
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#13
lolz you used teh auxillary port.

I know someone who blew his brand new valve amp by doing that. He wasn't pleased.
#14
It's possible for overvoltage to do that to an LCD screen.
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#16
you must've pumped the gain...

when i pump the gain a tiny amount of electrical current is sent through my wiring,strings,connected hardware etc...and the PUP's are passive
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you must've pumped the gain...

when i pump the gain a tiny amount of electrical current is sent through my wiring,strings,connected hardware etc...and the PUP's are passive

The only thing I did was switch from the Distortion to Metal Channel on my Amp. I can't quite find the right one for Master of Puppets. Distortion sounds a bit like I'm using the neck pickup while the Metal makes me sound like another douche at Guitar Center.
I get very tense around apples...Well, I get very tense generally. I think I've fallen into the trap of blaming fruit.

Jeff


Peavey Studio Pro 112 for sale. Anyone want it?