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Portable Guitar Amp from nUX belonging to the Mighty series.

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  • SlapKidSlapKid

    Hold water

    nUX Mighty 8Published on 11/29/14 at 14:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have version 1, two switchable channels (clean and choice of models for the second), flight to the clean gain and volume for the second.
    Eq natural and effective 3bandes (low maousses!) And effects section (mod, rev / delay) for everyone.
    Battery operated if necessary, real tough hatch back.
    Alim standard boss, take a steady course to avoid the buzz. Feature, the amp works well with 9v (output power 4w) than 12v (therefore the output power of 6.5W).
    Digital course (24bit for codecs and 32 for internal processing, it is light and airy and dynamic).
    Hp 6 inches 8ohms, I do not see that I installed using a hp output. And while I was there I installed an output jack for remote contr…
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    I have version 1, two switchable channels (clean and choice of models for the second), flight to the clean gain and volume for the second.
    Eq natural and effective 3bandes (low maousses!) And effects section (mod, rev / delay) for everyone.
    Battery operated if necessary, real tough hatch back.
    Alim standard boss, take a steady course to avoid the buzz. Feature, the amp works well with 9v (output power 4w) than 12v (therefore the output power of 6.5W).
    Digital course (24bit for codecs and 32 for internal processing, it is light and airy and dynamic).
    Hp 6 inches 8ohms, I do not see that I installed using a hp output. And while I was there I installed an output jack for remote control of the channel change and onboard chromatic tuner (which mute the sound).

    UTILIZATION

    It's very simple because everything reacts distinctly.
    The clean sound is beautiful, warm and organic, and agrees well your usual pedals upstream.
    The second channel offers options well focused, I have a weakness for plexi type that is very present here and natural, like the multi mfx10 brand actually.
    The modulations have the merit to exist, and for me to be detachable ...
    The delay is quite present and short, blah. Reverb is dense and short enough, once she is very helpful.

    SOUNDS

    First, I use it on my usual boxes (2 12 inches 16ohms placed in pseudo stereo, I'm in the middle), and so I can really judge the quality of the amp. The last used an Ibanez tsa5tvr any tube, underperformed this nux in terms of clear sound and marked saturation, it is already amazing!
    Nux to clean catch (about 11hr) remains flexible and does not produce the typical screeching transistor, it is well done. As for the sound it super clear plexi saturax well as less serious than loaded into the clean channel (finally a manufacturer that understands!) And very natural while in pan.
    I use 12v to have more power over my boxes it's been a lot of its only local I need no more (6w doubled boxes of 98dB / w each that makes about 110 decibels! If so, and this is felt as such).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love this thing done, customizable easily and very convincing sound quality level.
    Potential hiccups now: I got in okaz so ubiquitous buzz even if's Light is perhaps a false manipulation of its previous owner, but try before you buy because it's embarrassing.
    It's not easy to be paid soft, it is often too loud in the evening or when the sound is very strange. Not enough progressive so early in the race. Here, F and M are the same until recently! But Vox is much more progressive in this case. That said, my da5 takes the beating sound quality compared to the level nux, sad and dreary without dynamic, even if the effects are much better.

    Nux this brand is found under different badges (eagletone, rocktile, etc) as wholesalers, keep your eyes open! the original site is nuxefx.com to compare.

    Considering the price I put 10 there not long ago we had a Danelectro Honeytone and a half for the same amount! No comments!
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