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is it possible for me to turn my voice changer into an amp?



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jeff-o7 years ago
It probably already has a small amp in it, but it won't be able to drive much more than a 1/4W 8 ohm speaker.
xxInSAniACxx (author)  jeff-o7 years ago
i just want it to work for my guitar.
Ah, I see.

OK, can you tell us more about your voice changer?  Does it actually have any input jacks?  Does it have a built-in microphone?  Have you opened it up to see what ICs are inside?
xxInSAniACxx (author)  jeff-o7 years ago
no input jacks, yes to built in mic, but i,m not sure what EXACTLY ICs are. yes I've looked inside.
Ah, then I wouldn't bother.  You'd spend as much time modding the voice changer as you would building a dedicated guitar amp.  See if you can get ahold of a pair of old computer speakers, they're more suitable for modding in this way.
xxInSAniACxx (author)  jeff-o6 years ago

THANKS!!!!!! best response ever!!!!!

(nO sArCaSm)
No prob. :)
xxInSAniACxx (author)  jeff-o6 years ago
"See if you can get ahold of a pair of old computer speakers, they're more suitable for modding in this way." next question.......how would i do that?
Easy. Swap the 1/8" stereo jack for a 1/4" mono jack that plugs into your guitar.
xxInSAniACxx (author)  jeff-o6 years ago
thanks, im building an amp from scratch now though. I've got a diagram if you'll help me, if so PM me on my page.
orksecurity7 years ago
It would probably be possible to run the output of the voice change _into_ a stronger amp...
xxInSAniACxx (author)  orksecurity7 years ago
do you know how i could do so? i want to use it as a pocket amp for my guitar.
I'd have to see the circuit as it now exists. Simplest answer, frankly, might be to replace all the electronics with a small amp...
NachoMahma7 years ago
.  Probably not, but impossible to tell without more details on your voice changer