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1x10 Guitar Cabinet from Vox belonging to the Night Train series.

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  • etceteraetcetera

    PAs evil as mobile cabinet

    Vox V110NTPublished on 07/08/13 at 12:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Closed cabinet, equipped with an HP Celestion (VX10) made for VOX 16 ohms, with a power of 30watts RMS.
    - The production is good, the cabinet is pretty class, very lightweight (about 5.5 kg) and portable (40x30x16cm deep). In fact, it comes in a small suitcase with wheels.
    here is the link for the "specs" http://www.voxamps.com/uk/nighttrain/lilnighttrain/


    I have a head with an orange dark terror baffle 12 "60W. The receiver is portable, no problem, but the baffle is a different story!
    So I bought this little vox for the holidays. I do not expect much of anything in terms of sound ...
    First test: boxy, screaming ... To break the HP, I searched the forums and found a solution: …
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    - Closed cabinet, equipped with an HP Celestion (VX10) made for VOX 16 ohms, with a power of 30watts RMS.
    - The production is good, the cabinet is pretty class, very lightweight (about 5.5 kg) and portable (40x30x16cm deep). In fact, it comes in a small suitcase with wheels.
    here is the link for the "specs" http://www.voxamps.com/uk/nighttrain/lilnighttrain/


    I have a head with an orange dark terror baffle 12 "60W. The receiver is portable, no problem, but the baffle is a different story!
    So I bought this little vox for the holidays. I do not expect much of anything in terms of sound ...
    First test: boxy, screaming ... To break the HP, I searched the forums and found a solution: mp3 player in the return of the effects loop, and turn it up gradually, in stages.
    Now it does. The bass is a bit shy (but it is a 10 ", right?), But the quality has greatly improved.

    Compared to Orange PPC112, this speaker accepts 30W (against 60). The dark terror 7/15W making, so it is compatible. Advantage that I discovered: to achieve the same volume level, I can get the master, and therefore push the amp more.

    I tried a micro cube and a pathfinder, but I lost a lot in sound quality. With this speaker, I take the dark terror everywhere!

    In general, this is a portable speaker that goes very well with a portable head, all at a reasonable volume ... Great for studying, then!

    ---

    I contacted VOX for more information about the HP. Answer:

    "I regret to announce that VOX does not disclose such confidential information."

    It is not beautiful?
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