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To do the job properly, you need a headphone amp., which will have the facility to mix each signal, and also attenuate the sound. Useful if one amp is louder than the other, or the headphones are of different sensitivity. I use a Behringer - small, lots of options, and inexpensive. It will sort out the mis-match you have with the sockets on the amps and the ...


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First of all, it sounds like your Y-splitter is either defective, or something is basically wrong with it. It's also possible that the headphone jack doesn't provide enough juice to drive both headphones, or one of your headphones has a short or something. Now, to your real issue. What you need is a small, basic mixer, that you can plug each separate ...


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More likely than not the Y-cable is not for splitting a 6.3mm stereo signal to two 6.3mm stereo outputs. At any rate, it sounds like you want to hear one amp left, another right. When using the normal connectors of your headphone, you'll be making a ground connection with your amplifiers and more likely than not they have independent grounds already. That ...


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A mic level input requires a mic preamp to bring it up to line level before it could be fed into a headphone amp. You could buy a separate mic pre and headphone amp, but getting a little mixer is a good idea since it's a nice tool to have around and you'll probably spend less on a mixer. The one other option would be to get a computer audio interface that ...


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Do I need a USB Audio Interface to run a Dynamic Mic with PC? (Even if I am going to use it only for online calls in the beginning!) It depends on which mic you get. You can find models with everything it needs included (like preamp and converter, which are the most common tasks of an audio interface). In that case you don't need an audio interface. ...



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