The silent-play gear is called the Mighty Plug. There are 13 amplifier models. The setting can be adjusted by Mobile APP. The Li battery played for 3 hours. The mode is only for the receiver. You have to use a mobile app. You can connect the Amplug to your computer with a Micro B cable if you have built-in audio streaming function.
👤I replaced a $20 headphones amplifier that had issues with the plug getting loose. I was a little hesitant because it seemed a bit more expensive than the normal headphones, and my playing skills are limited. I like to noodle with my guitar to entertain myself, not trying to be a rock star. This was a great investment. The plug is easy to attach to different guitars. With the companion app, you can change the settings and create different sound profiles. If you want to make changes or use the provided drum settings and backing tracks, you don't need the app to play. There is a The Pros and Cons of this product are as follows: Big improvement over normal headphones in both build quality and features, and a Rechargeable battery for playing along with music streamed from phone/tablet. The preset is one per channel, it would be nice to be able to preset 2 of the same channels, if that fits your play better. There is a There is no volume control, but there is a Microusb connection and no volume control on the phone. March 2021. I didn't realize I had it for so long. It took me a long time to figure out if I could use the bass preset for my guitar. Voila! Pre-set sets are 7 tone instead of 4. There is a If you're an avid user of the phone, there is a third party app called "Mightier Amp" that will allow you to use any of the amplifier in any of the 7 pre-set, so you can set up 7 different clean channels.
👤I had both the Micro and Plug 2. The Micro was the first thing I got because I hated it. I had a variety of headsets, from studio headphones to Skullcandy earbuds. There is a The Micro seems to have a persistent hiss at times and odd volume when streaming music to play to. The guitar was too loud to blend with the music, even though I tried to equalize the volume. I hated the limited preset. The effects only have 5 changes. Nothing sounded good. The amplifier has 5 adjustments. Nothing sounded good either. I found the Micro fatigued my ears because of the issues I was having with volume and headsets. I could not play through it for more than 40 minutes. I sent it back for a refund. The NUX Mighty Plug 2 was sent to me last week. The app is what makes a world of difference, even though it is a bit lighter than the Micro. The rest of the effects and Amps allow you to dial it in better. It only takes a minute to cycle through your settings and add in whatever you want. It has a noisegate. Total lifesaver! The NUX has built in backing tracks, a drum bank, a sound card, and other useful features. I haven't streamed videos yet but I have streamed music and there's no signal loss like I experienced with the Micro. It works perfectly and you can change it here and there. It is intuitive. The power button can be used as a mute button. There is a A couple of hours have passed since you last heard from this thing. The Micro is overpriced because it lacks features. The Micro works and sounds better than the NUX, which is only 69 dollars. The hype around the Micro is overblown after I had experience with it. I like under the radar products. These types of devices are way ahead of their competitors at a ridiculously affordable price, even though the NUX doesn't have the same brand power as Fender. Try them out with you. Trust your ears and be friendly. The NUX is the better choice for me.
This headphone amplifier is widely used in music stores, choir, studios, museums, education, home component systems, commercial sound systems and anywhere you go. It is lightweight and portable and can be carried conveniently. Shielding reduces signal interference and enhances heat resistance. 3.5mm AUX and theusb type-c ensures a more reliable and stable connection It is possible to output a sharper and more real stereo sound without distortion with the help of the SNR> 100Db and THD+N 0.0003%. It enhances the signal input into the amplifier circuit for optimal performance of the headphones. The bass switch gives you a more shocking music experience. It has a 3000mAh rechargeable battery which can keep the headphones working for more than 10 hours. You can plug and play the amplifier with the audio cable and Type-C cable. There is an on/off switch so that you can turn it off without plugging in the amplifier.
👤I wish it could charge from my laptop while I use it. I don't mind. The battery lasts 12 to 15 hours. I don't care about that claim because it's a long one. Don't listen to headphones for that long. This unit is built to last. It's size 12-15 hours is amazing. The volume knob is strong. The bass boost switch is too close to the headphones jack and volume knob, but I don't need it with my headphones. You either need or don't need bass boost, I don't need to switch between songs constantly. I have studio quality headphones that need the drive so I bought this unit. Beyerdynamic DT770 and DT990. The pro is 250 ohm. The sound of the laptop'susb port is better than the sound of the 1/8" jack out. If you want quality sound, you shouldn't use the 1/8" jack. There is a The sound quality gives my music a nice warmth and clean sound. You shouldn't be doing this. Don't use the 1/8" at the same time as you use theusb jack. There will be a noise in the sound.
👤This is a portable instrument amplifier. It works well and can drive my 80ohm DT770's with a weak instrument signal. If you don't have ear buds, the bass boost is huge and the gain switch is great for matching signals. It was worth the money.
👤Cell phone manufacturers are removing the headphone jack. There is a The paranoid know that using a wireless communication device is a potential security risk. Audiophiles know there are limitations to the on-board audio and digital stream. The device is good even though it doesn't have the quality of a high-end DAC. I use it with open back headphones, Bose closed-back earphones, and Sennheiser earbuds. It sounds good. There is a The audio works well with the input source. It worked with my phones. It was just like plugging in a headphones into a jack. I did the same thing on my Windows desktop. The audio out jack on the desktop and my tablets worked just as well. A definite improvement over simply plugging the headphones straight-in; more mid-range and base, a deeper sound stage, but maybe some narrowing. You can get more bass with the enhanced bass setting. I can't tell you how long the battery lasts. It's a functional DAC/adapter, no sound color, no static, hiss, or added noise. It's 5% cheaper than my desktop audio interface, but it's not as good. There is a The brushed and anodized aluminum case feels sturdy if a bit heavy. There is a The volume knob has a nice sound when you turn it on or off. There is a bass boost equalizer on the volume control knob. There is a switch on the back. It's nice to know if you're using high impedance headphones. The slide switch on the back is a little awkward, but you don't change it much unless you're changing headphones. The bass boos and impedance switch are small. There is a The battery should not be run all the way down. I might have left the unit on and drained the batter. Trying to use it from the discharged state was like it stopped working. The blinking charge light wouldn't show after the battery was completely exhausted. Neither in-line orusb modes produced sound. This was within the period that was required. Amazon has the same device. Did the battery damage it? Is it so heavy that it broke a conductor? Was it a production mortality issue? I don't know why. I would still recommend it. If you use the device for 90 days, you should be able to get a quality alternative to the missing headphone jack.
The all-in-one personal headphones amplifier has a onboard digital signal processor. There are a wide range of clean and dirty tones in the 12 Amp models of the mustang. There are 13 effect models with parameters. For playing along in real time, you can use the bluetooth audio streaming. The battery is charged via the internet.
👤This thing is awesome. There is a I wish they had these when I first started playing guitar. There is a There are a lot of usable sounds for both Single coil and humbucking pickups with this little guitar amplifier. The effects that are available are quite usable and definitely worth the money for all of the Fender Amps that are built in. Each Amp has a bright or dark sound that works well for a variety of pickup and playing styles. The fact that you can play your guitar along with backing tracks and/or lessons on the internet is what pushes this product into the 5 star range. It's useful for guitar players who can't crank their guitars up in the house because of their wives, parents, neighbors, or roommates. The late night jam sessions are the new norm. There is a The battery life is long enough for a lot of practice sessions. I haven't noticed any audio issues. If I change my mind, I will update my review. There is a This is the best guitar amplifier on the market. Especially for the sounds of the Amp. There is a The product arrived in a timely manner. Nice job!
👤$400 is what I would have paid for this device. It's easy to use and beautiful.
👤The mustang micro is portable and easy to use. The sim sounds are really good. There is no app to make things complicated. It is what it is and I like it. It has a weird hiss after some notes. It is not crazy but it can be a distraction. It seems to be more noticeable with my humbucker guitars, but did it to some degree with all my guitars. I wanted to use it as a very basic audio interface but could not get it to sync with protools even though my pc recognized it. It was tried withASIO4 etc. That whole experience made me sad. It could be an issue with my computer. I haven't had issues like this before. It is still a good practice for when you don't want to make noise. I used it to work with Cakewalk on my laptop.
👤This thing can be used for a little plug in amplifier. It has a great battery life, so you won't have to charge it often. I use the Sony MDR-7506 monitors that I record tracks with, and it sounds great, even though it depends on your headphones choice. The sound field on your phone, tablet, or computer can be used to play video lessons or songs. I use this to practice and follow along with the Fender Play app. I think the sound quality, choices of amplifier types, the different FX, and the EQ capability are all great. I think it would have made this thing bigger if they had provided us with knobs over the push buttons and lights for indicators. This is the best headphone amplifier I have tested and the one I own. The only thing better than this is playing through a real amplifier, but that is not always realistic in a crowded apartment building. It's great for 3am guitar practice because you don't have to worry about being evicted for being a jerk. This was worth the $100 I spent on it.
The LekATO All-in-one headphone amplifier has a variety of effects, including overdrive, distortion, CHORUS/PHASER, delay and reverb. You can save all the changes you made to a channel for further use. The Xender pocket guitar amplifier has a function to transfer music signal to guitar headphones or speakers. The Guitar Headphone Amp is ready to record. The sound of the guitar can be heard in a noisy environment. When fully charged, the guitar headphone amplifier can be used continuously for 5 hours. The Guitar Headphone Amp is a handy silent-play gear for guitarists. You can jam with your favorite tracks or play with musical ideas late in the night.
👤I recently got two new pedals, the Alexander Jubilee Overdrive and the Diezel Herbert, and I liked them both. It didn't have a jack for silent practicing. I have a Valeton Rushead Max headphone amplifier which helped a bit when listening through headphones but still wasn't great, so I tried out a Boss Pocket GT, a Fender Mustang Micro, and this LEKATO headphone amplifier. I was very interested in the section for cab sims on the LEKATO headphone amplifier. I was thinking about getting a cab sim pedal for the Diezel Herbert, but it seemed like it would be too much for a second power supply. When I added a headphone jack to the Diezel Herbert pedal, I found it sounded the best through headphones, since the VHT Deliverance cab was the only stock cab that was turned on. It sounded similar to playing the Diezel Herbert through my Code 50, but the Fender Mustang Micro sounded a bit less defined. I liked the settings on the Mustang Micro and found the model of amplifier sounded similar to the Diezel Herbert model. I decided to keep the mustang micro since I can use it alone for silent practice and sometimes plug it into my pedals and still have a good tone. The design of the Mustang Micro is similar to that of this. There is a The mustang micro is one of the more expensive headphones out there, but if you want to use it alone and sometimes plug it into your pedals, I would recommend it. If you want to use a headphones amplifier only to plug into pedals, I would recommend this one since it is less than $50 and makes pedals sound very good through headphones. I haven't tried the LEKATO yet, but it's rumored you can record with it like the mustang Micro, and even upload your own IRs. If you have some cab sims that you like, you can get this and use it as a cheap, portable cab sim pedal. I would recommend this in place of a cab sim pedal or as a headphone jack for pedals, but not as a stand alone headphones amplifier. I hope to see cab sims added to their headphones, as well as the ability to upload third party IRs, because I really like the idea. I have added a video showcasing the sounds of the 10 pre-amp models, as well as my Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro on the neck pickup.
👤It's still great. The ability to plug into a phone makes this even better. Let me explain. The device has a white cable that plugs into one of the jacks. Those who don't know a TRRS is a microphone-equipped headphones accessory. It does two things if you plug it into your phone's jack. The guitar audio is fed into the phone. It takes the audio from your phone and puts it into the headphones that are plugged into the Lekato device. You can use an app like Yousician to practice and the app will hear the guitar perfectly since it's a direct signal and you can hear the app through the headphones. If you're going to do this, I recommend using "bypass" mode because the signal going into the app is as clean as possible. The original review was original. There is a I was going to give this a bad review. The first one that showed up was very tinny and hissy. I got a new exchange and it sounded better. The built in preset are not perfect. Look at them as a demonstration of what this thing can do. There is a After reading through the manual, the editing capabilities are not bad at all. I wanted a tone that sounded close to preset 9. I didn't want the delay. The delay can be disabled and the rest kept. I saved it again and now 9 doesn't have delay. The IR cab simulations are really impressive. I had a very Santana-like tone coming out of my guitar without much effort after selecting a Mesa sim andamp 9. I plugged this into a P Bass and it sounded great on a few of the guitar preset. If you want to play a bass without any processing, you can use the bypass mode. This thing can do a lot for the price.
The power supply is best with PolaroidAAA batteries. The headphones are out, the aux in. The dimensions are W x D x H.
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👤I bought a VOX AC30 headphones amplifier a few years back, but it didn't have the sound I wanted. I watched the reviews for a long time before I decided to take a chance. I thought I could return it if it didn't sound better than my AC 30. There is a I was surprised that this amplifier sounded better than my old one. The sound into my ears is close to what I hear with a good full sized amplifier, with a decent set of over the ear headphones. I can use my phone or laptop to play along with some backing tracks. The hotel room is perfect for practicing. This one has three sound versions and three Effects. You can mix up 12 different outputs. Tone, Gain and Volume pots are used for tuning. The sound of an over-drive sound is expected to be produced by turning up the gain. The tone knob does a good job. There is a The VOX plugs directly into the audio jack of your guitar, but I find this pretty inconvenient since it never seems to orient so that adjustments are easy to make while playing. I use a two foot long audio extension cord. It's long enough for me to wrap the VOX over my lap. It reduces the chance that the audio plug will break when the guitar is sitting down. I've tried many different approaches to get a portable guitar amplifier. Most end up making things sound bad. The VOX Blues is the best headphone amplifier I've tried to date. It's a great way to play and practice when guitar sound isn't welcome.
👤Two years ago, I bought a new amplifier. I paid for it. I can use it to hear myself. I just needed to hear myself for practicing. It really sounds like rubbish. It wasn't for a bass. There is a I bought the same unit last week and it costs almost four times as much as the other one. Does it sound better? Oh, that's right. Yes. Both units have an aux input and a headphone output. The Joyo's initial gain adjustment is a pot while the Vox unit has 3 levels you can choose from. There is a volume dial. The drum machine in the unit can be adjusted to be just a metronome with 3 different rhythms. I didn't want a drum machine. I could see a use for it if we're in the morning. The unit sounds better than it did two years ago. The tone is rich and clean, like an expensive amplifier.
👤This unit fit the bill perfectly for me, because I wanted a "no frills" amplifier for practicing my guitar in bed late at night without disturbing the whole house. The speaker that creates the sound will limit the headphone amplifier. If you have good headphones or a nice stereo system, you can expect to be very pleased with the sound quality and features at this price point. This unit feels like they took the circuit board from one of those models and made it smaller. I use this unit to plug it into a real stereo system that I use for my TV and PS4 and 2 large Technics floor speakers. It sounds better than the digital modelling of the Vox, possibly due to the nice speakers. The clean and slightly overdriven tones are essentially the same or better than a real AC30, I couldn't believe it. Since it's digital, this little thing won't be able to match the sweet tones of a real overdriven tube amplifier, and you might get some clipping or harsh distortion if you don't dial it in just right. I was able to dial in some really nice lead tones after finding the sweet spot between my guitar's volume and this amplifier's gain and volume knobs, which was similar to the AD30 VT. Some of the negative reviewers here who are reporting tinny / piercing sounds simply haven't found that sweet spot between their attack, guitar volume, amplifier gain, and headphone volume. You need to get all 5 factors right to get the most mileage out of this thing. If you don't dial it in right, you will probably get less than stellar sounds, but that's just because you aren't dialing it in right. The effects are good enough for a distraction, even though they sound less great than dedicated stomp boxes. I only use the reverb, and I found that one of the 3 available settings suited my needs perfectly. There is a I love having the controls at the guitar. I would love to be able to adjust gain and volume from my guitar.
10 Amps with Multi Effects is a guitar amplifier with 10 classic Amp modules and multi effects. It has 10 IR CAB modules. The tuner function is used. The MiniTurbo is a high sensitive amplifier that can be used for guitar and bass. It is convenient for practice to play accompaniment via the Mini Turbo guitar amplifier. The high quality files can be exported to your PC/phone via theusb port. When fully charged, the Mini Turbo guitar headphone amplifier can last for 5 hours.
👤I've used VOX one for a long time and here are my thoughts in comparison, I wish I could express how tired I am of that button that does all the things at once on VOX. In comparison to VOX, vox has a drum machine. I haven't figured it out yet. The modes there do not make sense, more like tweaking bass/treble, but settings made out of the box. I didn't expect this at all. It's called wow-effect, right? Not really into this kind of stuff. I'm not completely fluent with the terminology. It is also nice. The body. I am afraid to break the thing because VOX is all jany, but this one is sturdy and monolith. The rotating jack does it's job and makes it more compact, but not that this one is a piano-size. The batteries are built in recharchable batteries, which is more convenient than 2*AAA that power the VOX one. Like this one more. There is a vox vs this one is an overall choice. This one has buttons and a body. There is a I haven't used it much yet, but I will get one of each in the recommended section.
👤The distortion was exactly what I was hoping for. I was happy with the sound of pinches. If you put too much weight on the unit, it could bend the jack. I play my guitar with no fear. I use the aux in to make beats with Caustic 3 so I can play with drum tones and practice. The internal battery lasts for a good amount of time, it's easy to handle 2, 6 hour practice sessions on a single charge and doesn't run out. I was not sure what to expect after reading the reviews, but I needed a cheap pair of headphones. I rolled the dice for 20 bucks and I am very happy. The Chorus effect is the only Con I have for it, it's all or nothing and it's just too obvious. I wish the effect was on a variable dial like the distortion, but not so much that the Chorus is overpowering your chord tones. I don't think I'd use this for the chorus effect even if it was variable. I think the distortion is right on the money when it's maxed out. The unit is worth the money and will not fall apart. Even if the jack broke on the unit it would be hard to wire a patch cable to the unit. I've thought about doing this or getting an extension cable so I don't have to worry about it. If you need something for 20 bucks that has good distortion, is small and works with headphones for practice, I assure you this is the unit to buy.
👤I am a musician. I wanted a bass eq-ed amplifier that could be charged. The unit is a very clean and clear sounding amplifier. If you prefer a clear sound, it works well with bass or guitar. If you're looking for a unit that has a high level of distortion or overdrive, this might not be the one for you. I've read that the output volume on this amplifier is low. I've found that the opposite is true. I've found that the amplifier will leave your ears ringing after a practice session if you use a pair of Sony over-the- ear headphones. I think this little amplifier is worth the money, and I recommend it to my fellow players.
5 classic guitar effects: clean, chorus, foliage, metal, and watt. The portable pocket guitar amplifier is suitable for electric guitar, bass, electric acoustic guitar and other musical instruments. It was a perfect Christmas gift. It's ideal for your children, friends, families or lovers who love guitars. A built-in audio amplifier. Their electric guitar amplifier with true analog circuit faithfully mimics the response of original Amps.allows you to play guitar with high volume but not bothering neighbors. There is a built-in wireless device. The electric guitar pocket amplifier has a receiver function, background music can be input, and the earphone output allows you to use it anytime and anywhere. Continuous working time is more than 8 hours. Enjoy playing music. The guitar output volume can be adjusted by the VOL switch, so you can enjoy the music you like in your audio player while playing guitar. Plugging into your guitar is done with the 1/2 inch jack. You can pick up a mini guitar amplifier and start playing. You don't need much more than a pair of headphones and a cell phone to practice. Plug the amplifier into the guitar with the order of the plugging in and on/off buttons. Plug in the headphones to the amplifier. Turn on the amplifier. If applicable, turn on headphones. When finished: Turn off headphones if they have a button. Turn off the amplifier. Unplug the amplifier.
👤I am quite happy with this device, but I am concerned that it doesn't seem to be charging. I will be using it for bass, but not using the "effectors", just Clean, because I was sold on the ability to use it on the phone. The box shows a black color option, but I have not seen the black option on Amazon, so I would have preferred this.
👤Our son got an electric guitar for his birthday and we got this for him. He doesn't have to carry his Amp around the house and we don't have to worry about it breaking. He can play his guitar in the house. He plugs his headphones in. He likes the different modes on it. It is easy to use.
👤The unit performs well and I like it. It would be great to combine effects. I don't understand why the unit is designed to face away from the user. The writing is not written in a straight line. It seems like an odd design choice. The unit is a good price point. I recommend.
👤It's used to rehearse late at night so as not to disturb anyone. I use my phone to rehearse along with tracks using my earbuds that have the ability to connect to the internet. This has been useful. The sound works for me.
👤This little device is useful. I connect the 3.5mm plug to my headset by plugging it into my guitar. My phone can be used to input the Sony headset. I can play music on my phone and play my electric guitar with sound effects from the camola. I can leave the room while not hitting my wife. The sound effects are very good.
👤I bought this so I could practice with music while wearing headphones. Sounds great and I love the different modes. I'm sure my roommate and neighbors are happy that I have it. I think it's great that I can practice at night.
👤This does what it says it will do. I can play in the middle of the night. There are 4 effects and a clean setting. They do what they are told. I can watch and listen to my online lessons while I play. My friend tried it while buying a used guitar and then bought one a few minutes later.
👤This is an excellent practice or jam device that can be used anywhere at any time without the need for power supplies and without affecting people nearby. It would sound better with a range of distortion effects. Multiple effects at the same time would be nice. It would be off the planet if a mixed sound could be exported. There is a Imagine being able to play music with this plugged into a PA. There is a Rickstar Downunder is a rock guitarist.
👤The Gizmo is great for practicing. I don't have enough space for everything on my boat. I use this device either through my earbuds or my onboard entertainment system. It delivers a good quality sound and good levels when I use my earbuds. A good jam-on can be obtained. One can really rock out when playing through my entertainment system. I have used my device. I have a multi effects pedal that I plug into. It is plugged in the same way as an amplifier. Plug the device into the out port of the pedal and either use earphones from the device or a 3.5 jack cable from the device to a speaker. I use the AUX in to plug mine into my entertainment system. There is a The effects on the device are limited to what one can do with the sounds. It is very basic, but it will work for sessions where space is limited. I love it, but wish there were more controls on the effects. A not bad piece of kit.
The guitar receiver set is designed for electronic music instruments. There is a low noise and latency in the 2.4G signal. The range of the wireless guitar system is about 30 meters. 6 sets of devices working at the same time, one-to-one and no interference; and one transmitter can transmit signal to several receivers at the same time also, all at the same time. The guitar has a built-in rechargeable battery and comes with a cable to charge it. The Getaria Wireless Guitar System has a button for different positions.
👤Works well. It's easy to use. Hopefully the video will help.
👤The product arrived in a very sturdy box. Within a couple of hours, it was all charged up, after I unboxed it and connected it to my charging cord. I put them in my guitar case and headed for the gig. I plugged the transmitter into my guitar and the receiver into the board and switched them on when I got there. Within a few seconds, they were matched. After reading some of the reviews, I was a little skeptical but the system sounded like I was plugged in. The audio was clear and there was no lag. I played the whole two-hour gig without ever turning it off. I was able to check our sound on the fly without missing a note. I think these things are a bargain.
👤I used these on my Chinese standard. I didn't hear any noise or delay. The range seemed good. I went to 3 rooms with walls that were 40 feet away from reception. These would have worked well for my needs, except for my other guitars. I play two guitars and the transmitter won't fit into the plug until it's fully inserted. The photo is attached to explain the problem.
👤I took a chance on this thing. If I had to, I would return it. Plugs in, pairs right up, charges and sounds great. I've been playing guitar for 20 years. I didn't think I'd have the freedom to walk around the room and not step on a cable. That day has come. Everything else in your world is probably wireless from your cell phone to your computer, but not your guitar. It is time for inexpensive wireless guitar set ups.
👤I've only used it once so far but I'm very impressed. I play music at the church. Within a minute, I plugged it in. I use it with my Bose L1. I went to the back of the room to do my sound check. There was no interference and the sound was full and natural. It works great with my bass. This is the perfect solution for dealing with cords. I paid $200 for a Tascam wireless system ten years ago and it's a pain in the butt. I have to use a cable and DC module to connect the receiver because the transmitter puts a lot of noise through my system. If the transmitter dies, you have to keep batteries on hand. I gave up on it. I'm good to go for hours with these plug ins. Technology is grand!
👤I expected bad battery life, poor sound, and limited range; I expected to reinforce the axiom "you get what you pay for". I am happy to say that I was wrong. I bought this on a flyer, after a friend and bandmate took the plunge, and I didn't expect much. I have been working with this for a long time. It pairs quickly, has a great range, and is free from detectable latency. I expected a battery charge to last two hours, which is reasonable, and I was able to make it through a four-hour gig on a single charge. We are trying to get the third member of our band into the world of wireless.
The guitar amplifier is designed for low frequencies. Three built-in Bass channels: Classic, Modern and Overdrive. R&B, Hip Hop, Blues, Metronome, and Tap Tempo are some of the rhythyms. The foldable jack plug is compatible with all guitar body shapes. ATTERY: Up to 17 hours of play time with two batteries. When not in use, it turns off automatically.
👤I know a lot about playing music. I am finally learning an instrument thanks to Covid. There are 3 - bass, guitar and ukulele. How hard could it be? It's funny. The little "amp" is awesome. I plug it into the bass, hook up the phones, and it sounds great to me and doesn't bother the neighbors. One of the reasons you might put practicing off is because you are creating an awful mess as you bumble around the strings. I have picked up the bass for at least 30 minutes every day since it arrived. I don't know if this thing is accurate or if it sounds great to people who know better. I got it so I could practice. I can't imagine a better tool for that.
👤Good sound and drum loops. I get confused between volume and drive combinations to get the right sound and volume, but that's where you shape your sound. I like the first two sound modes, but the third one is getting a lot of diff sounds. The distortion is not something I like, but it seems a little heavy. There is a It is worth the money. I bought the Donner Basement because it was half the price, but it still has a lot of static even when it's not plugged in. There is a The unit sounds clean. Buy it, play it, get your jerk on and call it a day.
👤The included beats/loops don't include a straight dum cha 4/4, but they do include random complicated patterns.
👤A friend of mine is a player. I was not sure if it would be a good thing. It's half the size of a deck of cards. You're freed from cords to your power supply and angry neighbors once you plug it into your bass. It takes a while to learn the controls on the unit. I'm not sure how the tempo button works, and I'm not sure how to use it. Setting a pace is the best thing to do as a new player. You can do finger movements. With a steady beat. Absolutely love this thing!
👤I have a box amplug amplifier that sounded great because it had drums in it. I can't put it down after having it for 24 hours. It's great to have a drum beat on board. The last settting is a basic snare that can be used as a metronome. It's great for exercises. This one is very good with the drums.
👤This is better than the VOX. There is a It is easier to change the drum grooves. The drum grooves are not great but they are better than the others.
👤I use a studio grade head phone with this and it works well for the practice routines and such when others would be disturbed. The drum machine is difficult to use but it makes this little amplifier very useful. I'm glad I got this bass amplifier.
👤The BlackStar Bass Headphone App is very useful. I need to practice after work and late in the evening without disturbing my family and neighbors. This does the job. It's easy to use and portable, and can plug in any Aux devices. It lasts for over 15 hours of use. There is a Hope this helps... I highly recommend!
It can be compatible with a variety of digital devices, such as mp3 mp4 mobile phone computer, which may lead to noise. The Mini Hifi is convenient to carry and can output great sound. Load Impedance: 160-300, Amp Using Time: More Than 5 Hours. The signal input into the amplifier is enhanced by a two-stage gain switch. It is possible to output louder sound, but a sharper one, with a 3.5mm AUX input and output. There are various of digital devices that can be compatible with mp3s, mp4s, phones, laptop computers and 3.5mm audio.
👤What you really want to know is, should I buy this? The answer is short and to the point. There is a For the past few years, a FiiO A3 amplifier has been a constant item in my backpack. If you want to get the most out of your headphones or music, you need a headphone amplifier, otherwise you're just listening to a hot mess. A bad headphones amplifier can be just as bad as a bad amplifier. I was a bit nervous when I opened the box. It was a bad sign that it was more generic. The first thing that struck me was its size and weight. The FiiO has a bass boost switch, but this does not. Also, note: The description says it has a bass boost switch, but it is not. Bass boosting on headphones is a gimmick. The construction is all metal and has ports straight and true. Did you think it would be for the price? I instantly noticed how quiet it was when I first plugged it in. You had to turn it all the way up to get a hint of hiss, as a matter of fact. The Sennheisers did the same thing with all of my other Amps. The price is where this amplifier shines. It was less than $25 at the time of this review. The US Dollar. Are you serious? That is less than 12 of my usual daily driver. I have been using this for 9 days now and I have yet to charge it. There is a This little guy is nice and does what it is supposed to do, so it will help drive your headphones. There was just that little bit of additional power. If you are still undecided about buying these, you can jump on down and buy them now. Is this a good idea? Is that what you mean? Yeah! The rating is. Thanks for taking the time to read my review, I hope it helped. Have a great one. Cheers!
👤Another reviewer said to not be misled by the packaging, which said " Enjoy the shock of HD!" The same box is used for many things. The polished, brushed black aluminum case has an abundance of bells and whistles. A red light on the back of the unit shows the power of the charging port and a second red light shows the power of the speaker. They included a signal boost switch. They outdid themselves with their cables, which included an adequate lengthusb power cable, a short TRS cable with 90 degree elbows, and a long TRS straight-ended cable. The two-sided instruction/FAQ sheet is very comprehensive, even with specifications such as 350mW 32 ohm load, 0.0003 percent, Signal to Noise ration less than 120dB, 20-20KHz Frequency response, and 2000mAh 3.7 volt lithium battery. If you're picky about Chinese products, I'll admit that this quote under their Warnings: There is a battery inside the product, do not open it privately, is great. It's funny. The amplifier works great.
The full range freq response system is based on the World-Class Amplifiers with Cab Sim for headphones or line out. Chorus, Tremolo and Flanger Effects can be used for different Tone Demands. The AMBIENT module has a variety of effects to add a sense of harmony to the tone. Jamming with any audio player has aux input. You can play for up to 5 hours with the onboard charge.
👤I was looking for a portable amplifier that would be easy to carry. I found the amPlugs and thought they would be perfect since they are small and I could plug them into any portable speaker I wanted to use, as well as use my headphones for silent practice sessions at night. I decided to get the AC30 amPlug since it had some nice clean sounds and the AC30 is a classic Amp that many classic rock players use, but I mainly play harder rock and metal which use dirtier tones, so I was trying to decide which of the two. I decided to go with the Valeton Rushead Max after listening to a few videos and seeing a great Black Friday deal on it. I am very happy I did. There is a This is both well built and versatile. I have read that the AC30 amPlugs are somewhat flimsy, though I will likely get one and update this review when I do, as the clean sound on this is enough for me for now. This pocket amplifier is very well built and has no issues. The sounds on this can be used in many different ways. The basic volume, tone, and gain controls are the same as most mini-amps. The effects and types of Amps are where the shine is. The sound of the amPlugs gets dirtier the more you use them, but from what I have heard on the internet, the channels are green, orange, and red. They give you three different Amps on this Valeton pocket amplifier. "OD" gives you a hard rock-style overdrive, and "DIST" gives you heavy metal-style distortion, so you can switch between three of the most popular guitar styles all at once. The OD and DIST channels are awesome. I like being able to switch between rock and metal tones so quickly that I use them all quicker than I do my Randall practice amplifier. Valeton's pocket amplifier is on par with most mini-amps, but it is much smaller, and you can choose which speaker you want to use with it. Randall practice amplifier, while on-the-go I will typically grab a little 808 NRG speaker, which is more portable and sound better. This little device has a lot of effects. You can only have one active version of Chorus, Delay, and Reverb at a time. You can add Chorus, Tremolo, or Flanger to Valeton's pocket amplifier if you have Delay, Reverb, or Delay/Reverb active. You can change how each of them sound by adjusting a knob on the top of the device. There aren't any major negatives about this device, but I have a few suggested improvements. I would add a piece of technology. This device already has a lot of stuff packed into a small package, but it doesn't take up much space. Adding bluetooth would make this pocket amplifier work with more speakers as well as eliminating messy cords, since many speakers in today's world only use it. If I could, I would make this pocket amplifier a little bit smaller, because the top comes very close to contacting the ground when attached to the lower bout on my Les Paul. Making it smaller would make it more portable. I agree with another reviewer that it is difficult to use guitars with the input jack on the lower bout since you can't see the buttons. I think it would be nice to have a jack on the amplifier. I think it would make more sense to let those who have input jacks on the front of the guitar leave it facing downward, instead of rotating the jack side-to-side, as is the case with the amPlugs. There is a The pros make this one of the best pocketamps you can buy, and the cons aren't really significant. If you want a pocket amplifier that will give you a lot of different sounds on-the-go, then this is the one for you. If you have a good speaker, you are getting amazing tones, especially the overdrive and distortion tones. I am amazed that Valeton, a company I never heard of, was able to make a better pocket amplifier than one of the world's leading manufacturers. The Rushead Max allows you to charge the device by plugging a micro-usb phone cord into it, which is much more convenient than using batteries with amPlugs, since you still have to take them out and charge them. I will update this review when I get the AC30 amPlug, since the AC30 is such a classic amplifier. I think Valeton has done a great job in the pocket amplifier department, and I highly recommend the Valeton Rushead Max! There is a March 14, 2020. I said in the review that the little speaker I was plugging into sounded tinny and that the base of the MOKCAO Echo Dot sounded really good. The Vanzom Climber-Z speaker was the one that I settled on after researching smaller speakers and finding that the808 speaker sounded better than the smaller speaker. The speaker is about half the size of the MOKCAO speaker, and it sounds a bit better than the one in the picture. The Vanzom Climber-Z speaker is $60 new, but there are often 25% off coupons on it, which brings the cost to less than $50 new, so I would recommend it. I was able to listen to a few speakers at Best Buy, and though I couldn't compare the sound of the speakers directly, I thought the Vanzom speaker was better than the other speakers. I think the Vanzom is the best deal for its size and price, but there are speakers that sound better than the Vanzom, but for its size and price. If you want to play this through a portable speaker, I would recommend the Vanzom Climber-Z because it has 2 active drivers and 1 passive radiators which will make the sound better. There is a January 1, 2021. I finally got a Vox AC30 AmPlug a few months ago, and I replaced my main amplifier with a Marshall Code 50. I found my previous thoughts to be accurate when I compared the AC30 AmPlug to the Rushead Max. The Rushead Max is more versatile, more convenient, and is more sturdy than other batteries. The foldable plug of the AC30 AmPlug makes it more portable when transporting it, and I prefer the clean tones of the Rushead Max over the AC30 AmPlug. I think the Rushead Max's clean channel is based on a Marshall JCM800 overdrive, and the Mesa/Boogie distortion channel. I was surprised that the Rushead Max's distortion channel was close to the JCM800 model on my Marshall Code 50. The Code 50 has more details and intricacies in the JCM800 sound, but it also has a larger computer and a speaker. The Rushead Max did a good job getting the general tone of the JCM800 down. I have tried two smaller speakers with the Rushead Max in an attempt to make it more portable. The first one I tried was a cheap, off-brand aux speaker, which is essentially just a small speaker with a male aux jack attached, designed for use with phones to make them louder. It made the Rushead Max a bit heavy, but I put a rubber band around the connection and kept it in place. It sounded better than I would have expected from a small speaker, but it was muddy and tinny and had no bass. The speaker could easily be broken if played on high volumes for long periods of time, and playing the distortion channel with high volume made it shake. The second speaker that I got was the JBL Clip 3. The best way to make it portable is to hang the Clip 3 off of one of the top tuners and run a 3-4 foot audio cable from the Rushead Max to the Clip 3. The phone extension speaker sounded better than the Clip 3, but it lacked the bass of the Vanzom speaker. The Clip 3 was much clearer, did not shake at higher volumes on the distortion channel, and had a bit more bass to it. If you want the best sound with the Rushead Max, I would recommend a portable speaker, but if you want to walk around the room, I would recommend the JBL Clip 3 hung over a top. I tried connecting an Aluratek transmitter to the Rushead Max so it could connect to my Vanzom speaker, but I found the lag to be quite noticeable, and I would not use it again. The Valeton Rushead Max is being compared to the AC30 AmPlug, as well as a video comparing sound samples between the Rushead Max and AC30 AmPlug. The distortion tones were achieved on the Rushead Max by changing channels and on the AC30 AmPlug by increasing the gain. There is a September 26, 2021. I bought a Diezel Herbert and an Alexander Jubilee Overdrive pedal and was looking for a way to listen to them with headphones. The Valeton was set to clean mode and plugged into the output, but it didn't sound great, so I tried out a bunch of different things. When I only used a cab sim, the LeKATO made the pedals sound the best, but a clean setting on the Mustang Micro sounded a little loose, and the models on the Fender were better than the Valeton models. I liked the model on the Fender, which sounded similar to the Diezel Herbert, my favorite of the two pedals. The Valeton is more portable and portable than the Mustang Micro, and it sounds better. There are more options for the Mustang Micro. The tone knob on the Valeton is weird because it decreases in volume as you turn the tone down, though the Valeton does have a bit of fine control over the options. One can record with the Micro. I haven't tried it yet, but I will definitely try this at some point, since this is the one I decided to keep out of the three new ones I tried. The Valeton is better for its tone, compact size, and recording ability, but I would recommend the mustang micro for its better tone, more compact size, and recording ability. The price of the Valeton is 3-4 times that of the Mustang Micro. If you don't need to record, the Valeton is still the best headphones under $50, but I think it is worth it. If you can find an extra $50 for a used Mustang Micro or a new one on sale, I would recommend it. I added a few more comparison pictures.
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