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Old 27th February 2007, 01:29 PM   #1
arvin is offline arvin  United Kingdom
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Default Converting a yarland amp to drive headphones

I have a yarland 34c iii amp and want to drive a pair of akg headphones (impedance 32 or 64 ohms), using the speaker terminals.

Can I just connect a resitive divider bridge at the output terminals, to reduce the power? How can I do this?

please advise

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