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Old 01-06-2011, 09:33 AM
ShayShay ShayShay is offline
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Default Monitor issues

if i dont have a pair of monitors to run into my mbox3 mini if i pug a quarter inch headphone adapter into the output, and then just just plug my akg k44's in will they act as monitors? the reason i need this is because the mbox is taking over my laptops sound card and i cant playback anything, so i record a terack then i cant hear it, makes editing pointless. so yeah, will this work so i can hear playback? i realize it wont be the best quality just want something to track with until i buy some monitors.

-Dell inspirion laptop windows xp
-Bluebird cardioid condenser mic
-mbox3 mini
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Old 01-06-2011, 12:29 PM
nst7 nst7 is offline
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Default Re: Monitor issues

You would want to plug your headphones into the headphone output, if that's what you're asking.
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