#1
I saw this thread https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=15313489
and tried it, worked perfectly, and i also plugged headphones into my laptop and played some music just to see if it worked, and it did, perfectly, so I actually play music from my computer directly out my amp.
Is there another direct way to connect them?
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#2
yes

get a 1/8 inch male to 1/4 inch female converter thingy and just plug it in
#3


That it? look's like it...

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#4
yeah, that would be it

you might need to mix it down from stereo->mono first, otherwise you're just going to get one channel of it (and if you like listening to the Beatles for example, that ends up being wierd)
#5
i use stereo phono cable and adapters the only problem is that when im listning to some of The Beatles tracks (especially Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band) and a few Led Zeppelins i only get mono channels out of the amp because it not stereo but anyways it works.
#6
Quote by seljer
yes

get a 1/8 inch male to 1/4 inch female converter thingy and just plug it in



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#7
Quote by Casta44
I saw this thread https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=15313489
and tried it, worked perfectly, and i also plugged headphones into my laptop and played some music just to see if it worked, and it did, perfectly, so I actually play music from my computer directly out my amp.
Is there another direct way to connect them?
Peace.


wow, that does work via earphones, really surprising how clear it is.
#8
Quote by seljer
yes

get a 1/8 inch male to 1/4 inch female converter thingy and just plug it in


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I played my computer through my acoustic amp and it was good.