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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.
25 Feb 2015 by Alex
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With the correct cable ...yes it does. Line out to line in.
16 Feb 2015 by Robert H.
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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.
31 Dec 2014 by Clive Heenan
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6.5 - my headphones came with an adapter which was handy...
26 Jan 2015 by Boz The Sax
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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.
29 May 2014 by Mrs. Valerie E. Cooper
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Power lead only...
15 Dec 2014 by gareth barham
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1/4" Jack (Guitar Lead)
20 Nov 2014 by Max Marlow
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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
15 Oct 2014 by signof4
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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.
27 Sep 2014 by Stratopastor
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