Question about Marshall 15 Watt Guitar Amp
The problem is that a CD has a stereo signal and the Marshall is mono.
You could make a simple mixer cable with resistors as a completed cable is not something you will find easily.
Take three 1K resistors joined at one end and connect the open ends of those one each to the three terminals of a stereo plug that fits you CD player.
Connect a mono plug and cable with "hot" to the joined connection of those resistors. Connect the ground shield of that cable to the barrel connection of the stereo plug that one of the resistros is also connected.
NOTE: if you use the "line" output of the CD player, then use 10K ohm resistors instead of 1K.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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