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    Question Any way to mod Ampeg V4-B to send through PA?

    Just wondering if anyone out there has some insight for me. I'm looking to be able to take a line off my Ampeg V4-B, and somehow patch the signal into a P.A. or mixing board without blowing it up.

    All my V4-B has for outputs is 2 external speaker jacks and one line out to external amp. Is there any DI or other option that could transform these signals so I could input it into a mixing board at live shows? I love the sound from the V4-B and I just want to be able to have that going through the PA at shows instead of a dry direct line from my bass.

    Thanks for anyone that can help.

    -Aaron Z

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    That's precisely what the "ext amp" jack is for. No mods or DI required.
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