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Could I plug my speakers, headphones and speaker pillow into this, plugged into my PC and just turn up the dial on the one which I require sound? 24 Feb 2015
Yes - dials are 0 - 10. I just plugged it in and set the dial to 0 and heard no sound at all. To give a bit more: It has one input socket and 4 output sockets. Each output socket has a dial which can turn up volume independently from 0-10; thus if you set some dials to 0 you get no detectable sound. I note if there is a tiny sound it was below what I could hear. The dial is analogue so assume 0 means 0 sound emission. One advisory re your PC setup: your speakers, headphone and PC will all likely use 3.5mm jacks and this device uses TLS 6.35mm jacks. Therefore if you order this you should also order a set of converters, which are inexpensive (ie something like http://www.amazon.co.uk/Adaptor-6-3mm-stereo-3-5mm-socket/dp/B000LATMQW/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1424895075&sr=8-3&keywords=6.35mm+to+3.5mm+adapter x 5). Worth ordering together with this as inexpensive items must be in an order of more than £10 for amazon to ship; although marketplace companies will ship orders below £1 but you may wait a while for delivery.
Hi can I use an electric guitar with mixer? 31 Dec 2014
Yes it will work, but! it won't be very loud, as the output from a guitar pick up is very low. 2. It will only sound in one side of the headphones, as guitars are mono and Ha 400 requires a stereo input, unless you have a Gibson 345 that is, as that is a stereo guitar.
How would I connect this to my HDTV? Headphones are very quiet on my TV on highest setting and I want to make them louder. 29 May 2014
Run 3.5 mm jack plug from TV headphone out to the input of the Behringer unit depends how far you sit from your TV you will need a long 3.5. jack plug cable.
Power lead only...
1/4" Jack (Guitar Lead)
I have an home cinema amp but the headphone out put is no very loud need to turn up volume high will these help to make the volume a bit louder thank 10 Nov 2014
This amplifies the incoming signal, so I see no reason why not.
Could I have an input signal from a microphone, to then have one output to a DSLR recorder and another to headphones to monitor the audio? 15 Oct 2014
this unit is designed for alow impedance input at a higher level than a mic delivers depending on what type of mic probabale impedance and input level faults maybe distortion suck it and see
Either mine's broken or it heavily relies on the left channel. Barely anything comes out of the right and is very fuzzy if I turn it up? 27 Sep 2014
If you're sure it's being fed a good signal and the headphones are good, then, yes, it's probably gone bad somehow. If you're hearing the same problem on all 4 outputs then, considering the low cost, it's a scrapper I'm afraid.