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I have a guitar amplifier that has an emulated line-out port for headphones. Can I plug these headphones into the guitar amplifier? Would I need a separate headphone amp as well?

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Sennheiser 560s and HD 600 are two of my favorite headphones so far. I decided to keep HD 600 but I'm wondering if I should upgrade my setup to get more sound quality out of these... Currently using Fiio K5 Pro. The comfortable volume for me is usually at around 11am but I can safely raise it to 2pm when I want more. I'm keeping it on medium gain. Some things I'd like are: The absolute must is that the sound quality would be significantly better than the one on Fiio K5 Pro. I'm not looking to get 100% performance and my budget is limited, so if some DAC/AMP combo can do like 10% less than the one that costs 100$ more, the cheaper one is fine for me. Harshness is an issue for me and I feel like Fiio K5 Pro is making the audio more harsh, maybe I'm overthinking it. Ideally I'd like it to be a USB UAC 1 type of dac/amp so that I could avoid the mini-usb dac I'm using to connect to a game console, deliver audio to the dac/amp and then to headphones. This isn't a requirement but...

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Emulated Line Out on JVM410HJS - headphones?

Does the book SAY it is a headphone output? A line out is not the same thing and whilst you are very unlikely to damage anything you will not get any useful level, if anything at all.

Two solutions present themselves. A headphone amplifier, the very cheap Behringer ones are said to be pretty good or, vastly more useful a cheap mixer.

With the latter you could also connect a source of backing tracks, from a phone say? Many mixers, whilst very cheap also have an FX send rtn system allowing pedals to be introduced into the setup. Many even have USB recording facilities tho' IF that interests you a better way to go is an audio interface. The cheapest good one IMO is the Alesis i02.

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SUHR ISO LINE OUT

The ISO Line Out box is NOT a load box. In other words, the amplifier must have a speaker, or suitable load, connected at all times. The ISO Line Out box is not a speaker cabinet emulator.

Operation:
Connect any available speaker output jack to one of the Speaker Thru jacks on the ISO Line Out box. If the amp has only one speaker output jack, connect this to one of the Speaker Thru jacks on the ISO Line Out box and plug the speaker into the other Speaker Thru jack. Connect the Line Out jack to a balanced or unbalanced jack of your mixer, effect or recording device. Set the appropriate level.

Line Out:
The Line Out jack is wired for balanced or unbalanced connections. The transformer is wired to the tip and ring connections of the jack. The cable shield is floated and can be referenced to the box ground ONLY when a balanced cable is used.

Phase Switch:
The phase switch is used to invert the phase of the signal. Set the switch in the up position to invert the phase, down for normal phase.

GND Ref Switch:
The ground reference switch can be used to reference the box ground to the Line Out cable ground. This should ONLY be used with the use of a balanced cable. For mono cables, leave this switch in the down position.

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Hi guys, I know micing an amp is THE best way to go, but unfortunately for a kid that aint gonna happen. I have tried using the Johnson J-staiton, I like it...but it still has its draw backs. I was wondering if I got a Marshall amp with one of those emulated line outs would that work? Has anyone used it and been successful getting good tones out of it? Or should I not even waste my money. I want a good smooth lead tone (sort of like Satch) and a nice rhythm tone (being able to play with feedback is a plus too!). I was thinking of using the MG or AVT series, probobly a 50-100 watt one. I really dont want this to turn into a thread of mics are better or anything, just an honost opinion from anyone who has tried it. Thanks you guys.
The point of miking a amp is to get the natural sound with roominess in it. If you run it through the line out, then you wont get the same sound no matter what company amp you use. So decide on what you are gonna do, go direct or mic it. My advice is do both and combine them.
Just a couple of weeks ago I was recording a couple of demo tracks for a guy who is going out to a guitar school in LA and needed to submit some work. He was using one of those little Marshall Ministacks, and to be honest, it didn't sound that great to start with. We decided to try the emulated line out and it was even worse. The sound was harsh and raw, and had absolutely no transient between clean and distortion. I've used a J-Station in the past, and I know from experience that the sounds from the J-Station will blow away anything you could get from the emulated line out.
My advice is do both and combine them.

great tip. i record scratch guitar tracks through a pod 2.0, then mic up an amp (if its my 4x12 i'll do two on the speakers and a v67g backed up 1-3 feet) and stack those tracks on top. it'll save your hair when you get to mixdown.

speakers play a huge roll in the sound. they limit and exagerate certain frequencies produced by the guitar, add certain distortion charateristics when driven, and interact with the air in a way that adds to what you percieve as that signature, mic'ed tone. certain line outs, dubbed 'emulated', and outputs on modeling amps (the a.i.r. function on pods) try to compensate for the absence of speakers, some better than others.
Hi guys, I know micing an amp is THE best way to go, but unfortunately for a kid that aint gonna happen. I have tried using the Johnson J-staiton, I like it...but it still has its draw backs. I was wondering if I got a Marshall amp with one of those emulated line outs would that work? Has anyone used it and been successful getting good tones out of it? Or should I not even waste my money. I want a good smooth lead tone (sort of like Satch)
I hate direct guitar recording more than I can say, but I like Satriani and thought I would chime in that on several of the Satch albums all the lead tones were recorded direct. Do a google search on Satriani and recording and direct, and you will probably find the details of how they did it.
I've got one of the smaller Marshall practice amps, and the line out signal is awful, totally useless for recording.
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Re: Emulated Line Out

Postby Capel » Wed May 30, 2012 1:49 am

MKB wrote:
Capel wrote:A better explanation of what I want to know: is the emulated out independent from the master volume (if I'm running into a PA does turning up on stage increase the level at the mixer) - looking at its possible applications in a live setting!!

Thanks for the replies peeps!! :)
The master volume has no control whatsoever on the emulated line out, only the level of the tube power amp. This is handy live; you can set your stage volume wherever you like and the PA gets the same amount regardless.

IMHO the tone of the JMD501 emulated out into a powered wedge monitor is argue ably as good as the JMD501 tube amp/speaker. I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't have heard the comparison. The JMD emulated out is the best I have ever heard, and it would be difficult to get as good a result with a mic in a live setting.
Sweet - exactly what I'm chasing..... just waiting for this weeks paycheck to pull the trigger on a 50W head now!
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