Vox amPlug Cabinet  

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Plug your Vox amPlug headphone amp into this powered, 0.7-watt Vox amPlug Cabinet and”voil¡”you have a cool-looking micro mini stack! With your amPlug sitting on the amPlug Cabinet like a miniature am... Click To Read More About This Product

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Overview

Plug your Vox amPlug headphone amp into this powered, 0.7-watt Vox amPlug Cabinet and”voil¡”you have a cool-looking micro mini stack! With your amPlug sitting on the amPlug Cabinet like a miniature amp head you simply plug your guitar into a 1/4" jack on the side of the amPlug Cabinet and you're ready to wail through the cab's 3" Vox speaker. You can still use the headphone jack on your amPlug, if you'd like. The Vox amPlug Cabinet works with the usual amPlug suspects: AC30, classic rock, metal, lead, bass, and acoustic. Powered by 9V battery or optional external power supply.

Features
  • 0.7 watts of power
  • 3" Vox speaker
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 3.8"W x 2.2"D x 4.1"H
    Power: 0.7 watts
    Speaker: Vox 3"
    Power supply: 9V battery or optional power supply
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
One year parts and labor warranty.


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4.1

(based on 14 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good for practice

I have used an amPlug AC30 for a year-and-a-half or so. I like it, but headphone wires can get in the way while playing and be a nuisance. I bought an amPlug Cabinet...Read complete review

I have used an amPlug AC30 for a year-and-a-half or so. I like it, but headphone wires can get in the way while playing and be a nuisance. I bought an amPlug Cabinet as soon as it became available. No, of course you aren't going to get big sound from a 3" speaker. The tone is always bright, but I can dial in both clean and crunchy tones. The pluses are that the amPlug cabinet is small enough to fit in the case with my Strat and, since it is battery powered, I can plug up and be practicing in seconds. I think it is good for what it is and would replace it if it were lost.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Amplifies Tone Hiss

One thing that I haven't liked about plug in (headphone style) amps is their tendency to hiss. My AC30 amplug is better than some but still no different when turning up the tone....Read complete review

One thing that I haven't liked about plug in (headphone style) amps is their tendency to hiss. My AC30 amplug is better than some but still no different when turning up the tone. Plug it into this speaker and the hiss is all you hear. When playing, it overpowers the clarity of the notes and I have to dial the tone way down. Dialing in gain also muddies and distorts the tone to gravel and yet is more defined with headphones. I'm truly unhappy with the amp cab.

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2.0

Amplifies Tone Hiss

By Alexa J Lane

from NM

One thing that I haven't liked about plug in (headphone style) amps is their tendency to hiss. My AC30 amplug is better than some but still no different when turning up the tone. Plug it into this speaker and the hiss is all you hear. When playing, it overpowers the clarity of the notes and I have to dial the tone way down. Dialing in gain also muddies and distorts the tone to gravel and yet is more defined with headphones. I'm truly unhappy with the amp cab.

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Practice amp ONLY

By J.R

from California

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Portable

Cons

  • Poor Sound Quality
  • Weak

Best Uses

  • Home Studio

It only good for practice. It distorts at medium to high levels of noise and really hard to get a good clean sound out of it.

 
4.0

Solid Little Amp

By Bjarne Nielsen

from Rochester, NY

For such a small speaker, this can go loud! I was surprised at the volume I could get out of it. It has a bit of extra hum and at times can sound harsh (although it may be thanks to the amplug), but I really like this, especially its portability. It fits in my backpack when I want to take it with me wherever.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The amplug

By sage dawson

from USA

This thing is perfect for your amplug. For a minute i thought it wasnt working cause i have the metal plug in but it was kinda clean. But i figured out that i turned the gain down instead of the volume. But overall, this thing kicks alot of butt except for the little bit of feedback. But i think that probally depends mostly on which amplug you have and what the settings are on it. (its hard to get a clean metal tone)

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nifty little cab for your Amplugs

By Bodhi

from Raleigh,, NC

If you already own an Amplug (or four), this cab will boost it so you don't need headphones. It goes without saying that a device this size and price will not sound like an AC30 exactly. But it makes an excellent practice amp that will fit in your case. I've even used my bass Amplug with it.
No controlsyou use the contols on the Amplug.
No quality concerns runs after a couple of months of use.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Big Sound in the Palm of your Hand

By Rig Rocker

from Gulfport, Mississippi

I have been playing guitar for most of my life. I work off shore in the Gulf and over sea's. I would carry a full size acoustic guitar with me, and this became to much hassel. 2 years ago, I bought a ESCAPE EG-1 (Traveler Guitar) that would fit on the air plane. I have the VOX amPLug Classic Rock, Metal and the AC30 that i play through. When the VOX amPlug cab came out, I brought the cab @ Christmas and try it out. The sound for this size cab sounds good. It won't blow the roof off your house, but is easy to carry and the amPlug I have sound good through it. This is a perfect match for my Traveler guitar and for space while traveling. The cost is great, but will have to buy the DC adapter. If you want the VOX sound on a smaller scale, buy this cab. Great Job VOX!!!

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

What can I say...

By Sebforget

from Calumet Island QC CAN

What can I say, it?s not too great. I love the Amplugs (see for yourself with my review of the Amplug AC30) so the cabinet was a no brainer to buy. But it sounds like what it is, a 3? speaker trying to act big. But at least I can say it's built tough. There is nothing impressive about the sound, it pretty much sounds like all micro amps. One of the reasons I wanted the cabinet was for the kitsch factor, a cool miniature half-stack, but the cabinet is too big for the Amplug to look like a realistic half-stack. Don?t buy the VOX Amplug + cabinet if you?re looking for a micro amp the cabinet is just an extra for someone who already has an Amplug. Besides the VOX I?ve played the Fender mini ?57 twin, the Marshall MS-2 and the Orange CR3. The Orange was the best, mostly because it includes a tuner. The VOX cabinet doesn?t make the Amplug better but it does give you the option to turn your Amplug into a micro amp and it wasn?t too expensive so I?m not too disappointed with my purchase.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Flippin' Sweet

By Jeff H.

from Orland Park, IL

When I first bought the Classic Rock amPlug I was amazed that I finally found THE practice amp during the late (or early) hours. Even better was this cabinet, so for something with a bit of volume, I didn't have to blow out my eardrums. While you're not going to get a bunch of volume out of it, though, because of its size, it doesn't matter because the sound is so crisp. As I type this, I can't think of any problems whatsoever (although I don't know how well this thing ages - being a Vox, it should be fine). Someone said something about cords getting in the way, but I just used a longer headphone cord and threw it behind my back like a strap, no problem with that.

(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good for practice

By Steve

from Florence, SC

I have used an amPlug AC30 for a year-and-a-half or so. I like it, but headphone wires can get in the way while playing and be a nuisance. I bought an amPlug Cabinet as soon as it became available. No, of course you aren't going to get big sound from a 3" speaker. The tone is always bright, but I can dial in both clean and crunchy tones. The pluses are that the amPlug cabinet is small enough to fit in the case with my Strat and, since it is battery powered, I can plug up and be practicing in seconds. I think it is good for what it is and would replace it if it were lost.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect for the Vox AC30 amplug!

By Sailor Ripley

from Dayton, OH

I just received my Vox amplug cabinet today. I plugged my Vox AC30 amplug into it, and plugged in my Gretsch guitar. The result was awesome! This little combo sounds very much like my full size Vox AC30! I know both the cabinet and amplug seem a little pricey, but they are worth it. I have never heard a portable battery powered amp that sounds like this. It sounds good, and it is loud! The best part is that even when plugged in together the little combo fits perfectly in the inside storage box of my Gretsch hard shell case! This is perfect for taking to a friends house, or on vacation. You won't have to lug around a separate amp. You can fit this little combo and everything you need into your guitar case.

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