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Keenan Friday


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Magnolia, Arkansas, USA
Post  Posted 22 Sep 2019 7:20 am    
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Need advice on hooking up peavey session 500 steel amp to mixer via direct box for use with headphones. I did this a few years ago but have slept since then.

From what I am trying to remember I think I went preamp out to direct box to mixer(nash400-directbox-mixer).

I think I plugged just a 1/4 Male plug (female 1/8 on other end but nothing plugged into that end) into power amp (in or out can't remember) so as to not blow anything in the amp. I was also trying to remember I think I might have unplugged yellow and blue speaker wires also.

Any help would be appreciated I traded Walker stereo steel to friend as I'm not playing with frequency like I used to. I'm switching back to peavey Amps for home recording/practicing

Thanks

Keenan
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Patrick Huey


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Nacogdoches, Texas, USA
Post  Posted 22 Sep 2019 8:06 am    
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Use the line out on back I believe

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Patrick Huey


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Post  Posted 22 Sep 2019 8:07 am    
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https://assets.peavey.com/literature/manuals/80344001.pdf
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Jim Saunders


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Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
Post  Posted 23 Sep 2019 5:39 am     Amp
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You probably know that a NV112 was made with a headphone jack. Also the Roland Cube amps have one.
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