The key to switch is to click on the switch on the wireless guitar transmitter. The wireless guitar system uses a 24bit/ 48KHz sample Frequency and a full 20 hertz Frequency to reproduce a clear high quality audio signal. Plug and play, the guitar transmitter and receiver will match automatically, it's easy to recognize and use, just turn on. A professional wireless system is suitable for most electric guitars, bass, acoustic guitars, bakelite guitars and other musical instruments. The built-in 700mAh battery is safe and comes with larger capacity that can work for 6 hours after fully charged. There is no interference and low Latency. The wireless guitar transmitter receiver system has advanced 3.0 digital UHF wireless technology that will be better than 2.4 GHz wireless system and 5.8 GHz wireless system in signal stability and audio quality, there are 10 10 channel for optional that avoid interference, no lag or no.
👤This is the simplest wireless system one can imagine. Plug it into your effects device. Plug it into your guitar. For a second or two, press the single button. Wait until the light stops blinking. It works perfectly with my Artcore 93 ME's passive pickups, my Carvin DC-400's active pickups, my Epiphone EJ-200 SCE's active acoustic pickup, and my Steinberger Spirit Pro's passive pickups. I don't have a bass so I can't play it. I would expect it to work well. It's under 2 ms now. I have no problem with my computers' 2.4 ghz Actiontec and 5.8 ghz TP-Link routers sitting 5 feet away. This thing is on the air. No crashes or drops outs. There was no sound degradation. Line of sight is not necessary. It goes right through the wall. It folds up so you don't have a big plug in your guitar. Stays put as well. If you have issues with active pickups, they give you a male to female extension. That is an item they give away for free. This is the best deal in town for $50.
👤It sounds like compromise is for convenience. It works but occasionally pops and sounds bad. Automatic setup. It was easy to use. The cable cannot be replaced for sound quality. There was no noticeable lag. I went back to cable. Not a good definition in sound. There arencies missing. For practice.
👤The Martin acoustic has a pickup less than 5 feet from the receiver. A/Bing against a cord. Very low level. The cut-outs were very hissy. It's notusable. It may work better with magnetic pickups. Returned. There is a $10 restock fee.
👤The wireless guitar system is easy to use and does everything well. The range and bandwidth is adequate. The battery life is good if it is not interfered with. The white noise that you don't get when using a cable is something that I have a problem with. It's probably a win. The white noise is most apparent in headphones as most guitar Amps don't reproduce the frequencies associated with hiss. The instruction manual translation is a complaint. The English is not easy to understand. The company should consider hiring a native English speaker to write the manual for exported items.
👤Liked the quality, thoughtful ergonomics, and nice cabling. The arpeggios keep having signal drop outs when I play fast stuff like 'Goin Home' from Woodstock 1969 by Alvin Lee. I returned them after a long time. I played a couple of models that did not have a cable attached. The 20 ms latency is advertised. Next time I will try the more expensive version. There is no reason a device under $100 can't be used. Line 6 G 10 was good but not as good as the bed I had, and the airline was junk.
👤The Westshell Wireless Guitar System is $299. The combo is $100 cheaper than the THR 10IIWL. There is a The Westshell system worked on the first try. Thanks to Westshell, my base THR 10 II is now "wireless capable"!
Support clean, chorus, fury, metal and wah 5 guitar effects. It's suitable for electric guitars, bass, acoustic guitars and other musical instruments. The input is designed for headphones or speakers. The VOL switch can be used to adjust the guitar output volume. A built-in rechargeable battery can work for up to 8 hours. No more being told to turn it down. Close your eyes and be a rock god. The range of the guitar headphone amplifier is 16 - 33 feet. B6 can't be used to connect with other devices because it can't be searched for, and they only can use a phone to do that. To play music on the phone. B6 can transfer both guitar voice and music signal. Customer satisfaction, 30 days money back service and a free replacement are included. Product quality is their life at their company. They have a duty to keep products with high quality. If you have a problem with their products, please contact them. Leave a message to them after clicking Sold by "Kithouse Direct". The key to improving is your suggestions. Kithouse products were chosen by you.
👤Take it for what it is, it's cool at this price point. It's not a top notch mind blower, but it's not too expensive. The unit is a very cool unit at a fair price, despite a few goofs from the manufacturer. Here's what you get. : Clean setting sounds too dark for my taste, but not bad at all. Chorus This is actually a REVERB setting. My favorite setting is the Flanger. This is not a Flanger, it's the Chorus setting and it's similar to the Prince song Purple Rain. Great too. Metal. It's a very good sound. There is a It's fun to mess around with the film. It doesn't sound amazing, but the fact that you can listen to music on your phone for less than $50 is great. Your headphones would be the last component. If you have bad ones, guess what it will sound like. The other microamps are modeled after one tone, this one gives you 5 different settings. When you read the box and instructions, you will know what I mean by the mislabeling of effects. There is a It's cool that this little amplifier makes it easy to jam anywhere. I bought a second one because I wanted to use it at home, but I couldn't because I was at work. It's more likely that you'll pick up your guitar and start playing.
👤I travel a lot, and I often take with me a guitar, which I have souped up with a Kent Armstrong jazz pickup and Fishman piezo and an onboard preamp. I play jazz on my iPad or phone and use band trax to back me up when I practice. The idea of having my guitar come out of the same speaker, amplifier, andamp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; That worked, but it was a process. The Jack that is inserted into the guitar is a little different than expected. I knew it has a 3.5mm cord. Male jack on each end. The male jack is 3.5mm. The female to male adaptor is 3.5mm. Why? I need a 3.5mm male to plug into the gadgets. The cord should have a 3.5mm male on one end and a 3.5mm female on the other. Please fix this! There is a I was able to plug the headphones into the gadgets I bought them for, because I had a 3.5mm attached cord. The maximum volume was not loud. Adequate, but not threatening to hear. The 3.5mm male cord on my Altec Lansing Orbit speaker works great with my iPad, but the cord is very short. I bought a four foot cable with two 3.5mm male jacks and a 3.5mm female/female adapter so the two male jacks could work together. I liked the tone, but it wasn't very loud, even turned up all the way. I found a pair of earplugs from an iPod. I do not use them. Never tried. I plugged them into this gizmo because they had a 3.5mm male plug. Hey! They sounded great! A good clean jazz sound, and much more volume. Yeah! When I travel next week, I will simply take the guitar, this little gizmo, and the tiny earplugs, the last two of which take up only a couple inches in the guitar's little gig bag. There is a I followed the directions. I clicked on B6 in my iPad and it opened. Simple! It worked out fine! I use the volume on the app to adjust my band against my guitar. There is a The closest thing to a clean channel on this gadget is the Reverb function. It sounded very mild with the headphones and the speaker and the earplugs. I never use distortion, but I tried them. If you like to practice silently but with distortion, you will do okay with this. I am not sure if you will use the other effects. You can only use one control panel app at a time, and there is no way to change the rates of these things. To change, you have to press a button and it will connect to your guitar's outlet. It's hard to see. It is impossible while playing. I would say to count on either a clean or a distortion tone. If you have to pick two, those are the most important. If you use an acoustic electric guitar and want it to go into an amplifier with a built-in wireless device, this will do that, using the reverb setting. It's easy. There is a This is a useful device if you know what it does and does not do and it still meets your needs. It does what I need while taking up very little space. Any travel guitar that has a Male jack should work with this and the earplugs.
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.
👤The video is in higher quality on my channel.
👤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.
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.
It's a great carry-on guitar amplifier for silent practice. There are three switchable Amp models with clean/overdrive/distortion and on top of that Modulation with Chorus/Tremolo/Flanger and Ambience with Delay/Reverb effects. Aux input is used for jamming. A built-in Li-ion battery can provide up to 5 hours of battery life. If you have any questions, please contact them directly.
👤Alright. We know this won't compete with tube Amp or ultra nice pedal boards, but we want you to go back to strumming E and faking F. This gives the perfect device for audio feedback of places to improve while also inspiring progress because nobody wanted to hear that. There is a Controls are responsive and do what they are supposed to do. Gain and volume are almost the same on all but the clean channel. It's nice to have delay and reverb for a practice unit. There is no perfect tap tempo stuff. You get a feel for what is possible. There are nice values for depth and rate. The blend is controlled by a knob. The switch for the three modes is executed well. The distortion reminded me of a rat pedal. The DS1 orTS808 were probably closest to Overdrive. The only complaints are that microusb is not bendable and that bringing tone up adds noise to the circuit. This far surpasses the abilities of vox mini Amps for 40.
👤The tone is clean. The gain tone is not very sweet. You can get a moderate gain tone if you play with the gain knob and tone knob. Moderate gain is good for me because I play 80s style. There is a The onboard effects are usable for practice. There is a I shouldn't complain because most of the plug-in headphones are just one-trick ponies. There is a A good drive unit in front of the input would make a world of difference because of the clean tone. A nice little unit with some tweaking could give you what you are looking for.
👤The sounds of the models are terrible. I think the heavy metal sounds are ok. I was looking for some nice clean sounds. That is not happening. The reverb is not good. They put adjusting knobs on the side.
👤I only have one problem with the plugs for the guitar and amplifier. I own 2 guitars with a plug in. The companies need to make longer plugs. When plugged into a guitar, rubs on and limited movement are present. The sound is pretty sweet. I was going for everything.
👤Clean sounds in any setting. It is easy to charge the battery via the internet. It's perfect for practice without the risk of eviction.
👤When I ordered this, I had reservations. It was as stated and far exceeded my expectations. It is easy to use. I use the chorus and reverb most of the time. It enhances my practice experience. I think you'll be happy if you're looking for portable effects with headphones. I use the headphones with it.
👤I picked up the Valeton mini amplifier because a friend recommended it and it was out of stock. The little pocket amplifier is half the price of the other models and it's awesome! I haven't used any other models with other upgrades, but this one is the one that gets the job done. The 3.5mm jack works well for playing along with a track on my phone, and I can easily balance the amplifier and track volumes. I would have liked to have purchased one sooner.
40 millimeter drivers and Neodymium magnets are used for sound. The closed ear design provides comfort. The gold plated plug ends in a 9.8 foot cord. It can be used for storage or travel. 10 to 20 kilohertz is the response time. These large headphones feature a secure closed ear design. The technology for connecting.
👤I've tried a lot of headphones and these sound the best to me. Generally flat sound is what I like. I want present but not overpowering bass and low bass, and I'm more concerned with clear mids and highs. There is a I've tried to include the following with my sound rating. YMMV. Subdued highs, some mid bass emphasis but not overpowering, is what Audio Technica ATH-M50X is. 6 Bose QC25 is a little weak on bass and weak on highs. It can be a little bassy at low volume. There are bright highs. The ANC is the best. Way too bassy. The Everest Elite 700 is much better than the 7 OPPO PM-3. 10 Sennheiser 202 is not good. It was cheap, too bassy, no highs. The 4 Sennheisers are well balanced. The M2 is close to perfect. The PXC-550 is a wireless noise cancelling device. These are excellent. Extra bass says it all for Sony. The Sony 7506 is called Perfection 10. The Sony 7506 are the closest to perfect that I've tried. They are not heavy on bass but can produce a good sound. The balance leans towards the highs. It was bright but not harsh. You end up hearing subtle sounds in the music that is missing with other headphones. Those who want more bass or don't like bright highs won't like these. This matches perfectly for my listening taste. There is a They are very comfortable. Many of the headphones are not comfortable. Ear cups that aren't big or deep are either tight band or thin band. These headphones are great. The biggest disadvantage is that these are wired, so it's easy to get caught on things. I was looking for a wireless accessory. I couldn't find one at a reasonable price that sounded as good as these. The closest was the Sennheiser PXC-550, but it was $400 and wireless wasn't worth an extra $30. There were times when I didn't want noise cancellation. Sony doesn't make a wireless headphones with this sound. There is a These are the cheapest headphones I've ever listened to. The prices for the headphones range from $20 to $450. Highly recommend the Sony 7506. If you enjoy this kind of sound signature.
👤I'm rating these five stars, but they have a big negative. They are studio quality headphones. They serve as earmuffs if you plan to wear them out and about. I wore them out in June and they were all good, but I was sweating out the top of my head and down my neck. The sound quality is not great for being out in the heat. These headphones never made that claim. They never claimed that they were an object with speech capability. Superb sound quality is what you want in a pair of headphones, and they can deliver that.
👤These headphones have been my go-to for years, especially in the radio and music industries. They sound great and their ear-pads make it impossible for a sound monitor to leak at loud volumes. Unless you step on them, a pair of 7506s will last a decade or so. The issue with these headphones is that they pinch the web between your thumb and forefinger while placing them on your head due to a surprisingly sharp joint that holds the earpieces to the headband. A simple fix is to wrap black electrical tape around the articulation, which really isn't needed to adjust their fit. If you walk into a major market radio station that supplies jocks and producers, you will probably see that the chief engineer has already taped the joint open. For my taste in pro audio, the sound and longevity of these headphones far outweighs the pinch potential, and, for the bucks, you can't get a better pro headphone.
5 watt output mini guitar amplifier A guitar amplifier has a distortion effect device. Amplify your sound with this portable, solidly built mini headphone amplifier with an incredible amount of features. It has a standard guitar input jack that accepts a standard guitar cable. A multi-functional enhancer. Recording function can be saved in a card. Capable of playing any format of music. A 3.5mm headphone jack is included. You can mix the audio from the incoming device with the guitar input. If you're playing back the guitar, you can use the mp3 recorder to hear what you just played. The guitar amplifier has a built-in rechargeable battery. The small screen of the guitar amplifier has a batter indicator. You will know when to replenish it. It's portable, portable Play along with backing tracks. The Aroma Guitar Amp, 1*usb cable and friendly lifetime technical support are what you get.
👤This thing is worth it. I can practice guitar outside with this mini guitar amplifier. The built-in battery is amazing. I haven't had to charge it since opening the box. I didn't know that it has recording/playback functions when I bought it, which is great for like layering riffs. The sound quality is decent enough to practice with and loud enough to be heard in large groups. I have no complaints so far. I bought a second mini amplifier.
👤After playing nylon and steel stringed Taylor guitars for many years, I was looking for a small amplifier that could occasionally be used with them, but mostly for my Traveler guitar, which I bought here on Amazon. It's a good value for the money and it's the right size. It is not usable for folk, Spanish or classical music. My instructor tells me that the circuit has an overdriven front side amplifier in order to deliver the distorted sound that is heard in Rock music. We tried plugging in bigger speakers. Back to my headphones and ear buds. Too bad.
👤I got this for my husband because he has a lot of instruments. I love the man even though he is an instrument obsessive. He wasn't looking for a mini portable 5W guitar amplifier, but when you need ideas for gifts for a musician, and you're not one yourself, you keep your eyes and ears open. He had his guitar plugged into a small speaker while he was on the beach in Mexico. Our crew was snookered since we all wanted to sing with him at an all inclusive place. The small speaker couldn't make it over all of our voices. He said that a mini amplifier would be better. I got him this one because I took a little bit of complaining. I broke open the box and plugged it in to charge after he didn't like it. That caught his attention. "It doesn't need batteries?" He said so. No sir, it doesn't. He appreciated how flippin' light it is. He liked the fact that the clip can be turned around and turned into a stand. You can either put it out facing your crowd or clip it if you don't have anything. This thing is a big hit in the volume department. It was so loud we couldn't believe it. He said I can still turn it up after I said "WOW, that sure is loud". The portable amplifier can go all the way to 11. There is a He loved the inputs and outputs of the amplifier. There are a guitar jack, a mic jack, and a headphone jack. He said it would be cool if it had a speaker that could play music, so he could use his phone to play music. That's the only negative thing he could say about it. This was a winner of a gift for me.
👤The AG-03M battery can be charged multiple times. The micro-usb is found on many smart phone charging devices. In both inputs and outputs, it's very flexible. Sound works well with both magnetic and piezo guitar pickups. The combo belt clip and stand is very useful. Good as a unique and appreciated gift for guitariststs for both practice and sound enhancement of solid body and acoustic guitars with a piezo pickup. There is a The standard guitar cable is used to connect the guitar to the amplifier. There is a Also, note: The AG-03M is capable of both Recording and Playback if a Micro-SD card is inserted. It's possible to tunes through headphones or an amplifier speaker. There is a A.mp3 can be recorded from one or more of the three audio inputs. The Micro-SD card reads "HDSC (F:)" when inserted into my laptop port. I copied a dozen.mp3 music files into a directory I created using WFE. All of them were played by the Aroma Amp with good sound. The tone knob has no effect on.mp3 audio, but the EQ Button changes the audio response with each of the five profiles provided. There is a Playback of a song. Audio files can be accessed via the AG-03M internal speaker or earbuds. Listening to music with earbuds provides a satisfying bass response and the five EQ modes quickly make the audio sound different for different types of music. There is a The AG-03M's display lights up in "PC" mode when the cable is inserted into it, and WFE reads the chip as "(F:)". The.mp3 files can be played in PC mode by WFE in the usual way. The instructions say that the recording is made in an "AMP file". As "rec0000.mp3" I had to manually create a folder in the root of the Micro-SD chip. The AG-03M called the first recorded file "rec00000.mp3". One can change the name of the recording to make it friendlier to recall. There is a They can be moved or copied into a directory. To record, plug in your guitar and push the M button repeatedly. To start the "tape" rolling, press the button for about a second. The time for the recording is shown on the display. Do the same thing to stop the recording. The AG-03M is well made and has no problems. There are only two objections left, and they are small and hard to read.
mounting on computers, desk and wall is durable. The OneOdio Studio monitor headphones have a clear sound. Powerful bass, clear vocal, and crisp high tones form stereo sound with large, 50 millimeter speaker unit drivers. It's built to stay competitive. The ear cushions are made of soft padding. The headband is stretchable and can be adjusted to fit you. No more adaptive individuals. DJ style coiled cord is easy to reach from the TV to the chair. There is a 3.5mm plug included. You can plug in the mixer you want to use. The self-adjustable headband and 90 ear cups are ideal for mastering and mixing and can last for hours. All devices have an audio jack. The bass sound is good and the comfort is good. These are the headphones you've been looking for.
👤First off, what are these headphones? Over 40 years of pro audio experience here. There is a These headphones are great for personal listening. DJ quality? If you are talking about a weekend warrior occasional party DJ. DJ use that subjects them to a lot of physical punishment, then absolutely not! They're $30.00 headphones. I give a 5 star for the reasons. Sound quality is important. I can't tell you a real notable difference between my headphones. These are my first 50mm driver phones. Here is my opinion. All you get on these reviews is opinion. The first test. A sound system check. It was very accurate. There is a The second test. Bose studio demo Very good. Music tests. Also sprach Zarathustra. Excellent and Accurate is what Richard Strauss is. Just like I was there, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor. Nice highs and low frequencies. 3. AC/DC, Shoot to Thrill. Yeah, 4. It sounds great. 5. Both GFR and BS versions arenoid. 6. Skynyrd. It would take an awfull headphones to ruin Simple Man and Free Bird. The front row experience is something that should be taken into account. 7. IRON BUTTERFLY IN, A-GADDA-DA-VIDA, Rock ON! There are 8. The CD is called the Acropolis. This is also very Pleased here. There is a These headphones are not what they say they are. Some reviewers have stated that they are not Bass Heavy. They're reproducing more accurate Bass that smaller driver headphones can't. I would call them "Bass Accurate", not heavy. Some have noted that they are not "skull crushing" I have been wearing them for over five hours straight and have used a Neoteck NTK059 headphones. I am pretty sure that all but the most demanding audiophiles will be very pleased with these, even though the Amp did add a positive aspect to the experience. I bought a second pair.
👤I bought these last year and thought they were a good buy but I had no use for them. I have a job in a noisy cube farm where I want to block out all the noise without having to pay for noise-cancelling headphones. I had these on my bed. I decided to give them a chance. I've owned hundreds of headphones and earbuds over the years and I think I'm a pretty good judge of sound quality. These are great for the price. The price to value ratio with these blows them out of the water, as I have other over-the- ear headphones that do the same. If you're looking for clear highs, solid mid-range, and bass that rivals studio monitors in clarity and power at a price that's too good to be true, then these headphones are for you. I sound like a fan. I take listening very seriously. No one can come close to this price. These guys have done a lot. Did I mention the comfort? The build quality and comfort of these is second to none and I wear them for 8 hours a day and 5 days a week. If you want to see what I'm talking about, buy the whole family a set.
High-Grade: adopts the latest wireless UHF frequency transmission technology, new design, unique modeling structure, various technical parameters are much higher than others, support power display and fast charging. The wireless guitar system can reach a long transmission range without signal loss and no lag, and can be used with a delay of 1ms. Support Multiple Devices: it uses a single transmission channel for each device, without interfering with each other. The built-in rechargeable li-battery has a sustainable use of 5 hours. The remain power capacity will be indicated on the back if you double click on the main button. Plug and play, easy to pair, wide usage, 220 rotatable plug. It's available for most electric musical instruments.
👤The Blackwing is the best-looking receiver-transmitter set you can buy. Black and smooth, sculpted with no sharp corners. It feels good in your hand. The logo is flying. The specifications are also great. lag time will never be noticed with a response of just two hundredths of a second. The bass guitar's fidelity and Frequency response are good. The batteries last longer than I can keep playing, and they have a 4-LED indicator to give you plenty of warning when it's time to charge. Click to say that this was helpful. Thanks!
👤I returned mine after about an hour of testing. The packaging was nice. I plugged them in and played through my amplifier. What freedom! There is a I didn't like what I heard. It also changed my sound. For more information, read on. I tried a guitar that had active EMGs. The sound dropped out multiple times for a beat. I was using them for metal, so it wouldn't be bad. It was noticeable when I had a good rhythm and beat. It wasn't constant, but random. It seemed like it had a problem with fast picking. There is a I tried a guitar with passive pickups. I didn't notice the skip like with the active pickups, but that could be a coincidence, and I noticed it again when I went back to the guitar. There is a The product acted like a noise gate when I tried it, even though I was able to touch the strings. I lost a lot of the natural sound. I want sound to come out if I'm touching my strings. Sometimes the sound I want is so close to natural that I'll barely touch the strings, but using a cable I can do that. I lost a piece of that with these. I don't know the correct words for it, but it was like a noise gate at the instrument level, but on the attack side. There is a I felt like the sound of my guitar was a little bit artificial, but I felt like it didn't matter which guitar I was using. I might have been being overly critical at that point because I had already experienced the other two issues. There is a These were on sale for a decent price, so I gave it a try. They were easy to use and well designed, so you should check them out before the return window because they did technically work. Amazon didn't charge for return shipping because I don't know if I got a good pair. It might work out better for you if you can't lose. The concept and ease of use is something I like. I have also played through the older wireless systems and they did not compare to this.
👤I've been using the Swiff wireless guitar system for about 9 months, and I have nothing bad to say. Excellent sound quality. It is easy to change channels. The battery life is good for two rehearsals and a 3 hour gig, and I've used it for several hours. The advertised battery life is something I have no doubts about. I can tell you that a $200+ system will do that, even if you don't notice it. There is no interference between the two systems when I wear a wireless monitor. These things work. I would not want to step on one. I'm not that clumsy. I've brought a back-up cable to every rehearsal and gig for the last 9 months, but I haven't used it yet.
The amplifier is driving a speaker. 60 to 12 kHz frequencies. The 3-band equalizer has three bands, each with 100 hertz. The total Harmonic Distortion was.05%. For that extra push over the cliff, the volume controls should be 11.
👤The Monoprice 40 watt amplifier is an excellent value. You're not going to find a better amplifier for the price. I turned it on for the first time and it ended up being a session of riffs. The clean channel had great surf tones. The overdrive channel is a good choice for a solid state amplifier. You can get some decent dirty tones with good use of your guitar's volume knob. I use a distortion to get into the clean channel. This is the best deal for a solid state amplifier. You don't have to pay for a brand name. I've been playing all kinds of Amps for 30 years and this one is just as good as any I've used. It's not a tube amplifier. It doesn't try to be. It does what it is capable of. You can get an equivalent with 20 watts and an 8 speaker. 40 watts and a 10" speaker are the same price. If you upgrade the speaker to a Jensen or Celestion, you would beUpgrading this Amp Tone capabilities, especially if you like driving a speaker hard to get good tones. Vintage and classic amplifier designs sound great because of speaker choice. The speaker is an important link in the chain. If you buy a replacement speaker and a new amplifier for the same price, you'd still get the same quality of sound. The newer Champ models have more options, but I prefer a spring reverb. I chose the Monoprice because of that. The effects loop of the amplifier gives you more options for your signal chain. A great value. It's for beginners or anyone who needs a practice amplifier. I'm very happy with my purchase.
👤It will be delivered today. This is my take on the amplifier. Been playing since 1960. I was 800-273-3217 Not a hack with a soldering iron. There is a The amplifier is clear and clean. The clean channel has a compressed distortion entering it. Very strong. The three band EQ is very easy to set. The gain is the most effective for the OD channel. Love the volume controls on both channels. Very funny! A nice touch! The spring reverb is basic, with a lot of "tail" when above 4 or 5, but it's not digital! It's safe. Does what is expected happen. Both channels have clear tones. A very well designed solid state amplifer with a gracious tone and don't forget. The loop to boot! If no one provides this, I add it to amps. Nice touch. There is a To those who complain about no foot switch for the OD, just stick an OD pedal in the input and you will be fine. Get over it! There is a I didn't need this amplifier, but I was interested in it. I bought it. I don't regret that choice. My other Amps are taking a break. This amplifier may be in line with my previous ones.
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