Currently Being ModeratedDec 27, 2011 1:45 AM (in response to gerby1990)Re: Possible to connect Pocket POD to hifi-amplifier?
No problem. That's what pods are for. People plug in their Ipod and phones in all the time. Get yourself a jack to phono splitter cable. Your amp has quite a high input inpeadance so you aren't going to be able to pass enough current to damage it. In fact It might be a bit low. Try it. The absolute worst that can happen is that you find out that you need a DI box to make it sound better.
PA Guys blow up speakers because they over drive their amplifiers ( shoulda bought a bigger amp) otherwise, It is almost impossible for the correct size amp to blow up speakers. What you are doing is amplifing the sound of distortion which is an entirely different thing.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 29, 2011 12:49 PM (in response to gerby1990)Re: Possible to connect Pocket POD to hifi-amplifier?
It just depends on your amp's inputs. The Pocket POD's 1/8" direct output is line level, so if your amp has this type of input, it will work. Pbassred's reference to a DI box is true if using the 1/4" output.