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I've been playing guitar using the MK multimedia iRig adaptor on my iPad with the Amplitube Fender app.

Great fun, Great sound.

I want to now go from the headphone out socket on the iRig to my Guitar amplifier.
I have done this just using a 3.5mm stereo plug to 1/4" mono plug with good results but I know the impedance is all wrong.

I want to find an impedance converter that turns the high pass headphone signal into a low pass line out signal.

Preferably with the input being 3.5mm stereo and the out being mono 1/4"

Any ideas?
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I've been playing guitar using the MK multimedia iRig adaptor on my iPad with the Amplitube Fender app.

Great fun, Great sound.

I want to now go from the headphone out socket on the iRig to my Guitar amplifier.
I have done this just using a 3.5mm stereo plug to 1/4" mono plug with good results but I know the impedance is all wrong.

I want to find an impedance converter that turns the high pass headphone signal into a low pass line out signal.

Preferably with the input being 3.5mm stereo and the out being mono 1/4"

Any ideas?
Behringer do a range of stuff that may help...I use the same setup as yourself, but needed phantom power for my Rode Mics. They can be found at:

BEHRINGER: Home

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