Vox NT15H-G2
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Vox NT15H-G2

NT15H-G2, Tube Guitar Amp Head from Vox in the Night Train series.

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What is the function of the "Eco" switch on the back?

 
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1 Posted on 09/11/2014 at 02:11:57
Hi everybody,

Does anybody know what the 'Eco' switch on the back of the Vox NT15H-G2 and NT50H-G2 (to the left of the main power input) does? (I've looked on the site and found nothing, and the manual doesn't appear to be available for download yet)

https://www.thomann.de/thumb/bdbmagic/pics/bdb/324014/7829789_800.jpg

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2 Posted on 09/11/2014 at 13:58:25
I checked with my contact at Vox, and he said that the Eco switch is only on European versions of the amps, and is there in response to the European ErP legislation, which has to do with power conservation. When the Eco switch is turned on, the amplifier automatically powers itself off after it's been idle for two hours.

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3 Posted on 09/11/2014 at 14:28:29
Wow, thanks Mike! Google wasn't helping one bit...

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4 Posted on 09/12/2014 at 05:14:19
You're welcome!
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