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How am i supposed to connect the Nomad Jukebox to my portable Meta 42 Amp?

It has two mini stereo lineouts for left and right channels, and a line in and a headphone jack...

I just bought the kimber mini - mini cable... is there a way i can hook it up to the jukebox?

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At first I had no idea what you were talking about - 2 line outs? But I looked it up on Google, and there are indeed 2 line outs for "connecting 2 and 4 channel speakers." Hmmm. What happens when you plug it in to line out 1? Do you get stereo sound?
 
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exactly my question


anyone know this answer? thanks

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You attach the amp to the one on the right (closest to the headphone jack) The second one is if you have the creative 4-1 sound system. BTW, the jack works very well with an amp.
 
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Quote:

Originally posted by vandit
exactly my question


anyone know this answer? thanks

vandit


Why don't you plug it in and see what happens?
 
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Quote:

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Why don't you plug it in and see what happens?


because i am about to buy it from a friend at school, and i didnt get to see it yet...

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OK, I did a quick search, and I think that you can just use line out #1. I never read anything about a special cable, and found things like:

"With line out (#1) I find it cleaner and better overall, anyway not shockingly good. "

That person said they were using a TAH, which comes with a mini -> mini cable.
 
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That result, "not shockingly good", may have more todo with the amp in use more than anything.

I use mine with a Meta 42 and am very pleased. It's a great sound.
 
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hehe, how do they sound unamped?

im gonna test em out with my sennheiser hd280 pro's tommarow at school
(unamped that is)

will report back when i amp it up


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My Nomad Jukebox 3 is the best sounding piece of portable equipment I have ever heard.
 
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I use my Jukebox 3 with Ety ER6 and Grado SR 80s and both sound great unamped.

Just make sure you use well encoded MP3s and you will have a nice sound system on your hands.
 
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