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[DISCONTINUED] VOX AMPHONEAC30 Active Guitar Headphones
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- Headphones with built-in am Plug technology that allows you to obtain AC30 tone immediately
- Headphones made by Audio-Technica, the trusted name in headphones
- The headphone amp uses a new reactor circuit that’s based on the Valve Reactor technology featured in Vox amps, delivering incredibly dynamic AC30 tone
- Totally analog design that faithfully simulates the circuit response of the original amp
- Faithfully reproduces the classic Vox AC30 tone
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VOX Amphone AC30 Headphones
Active Headphones for Electric Guitar or Bass
The VOX amPlug is a popular series of headphone amps that you can simply plug into your guitar or bass to enjoy full-fledged guitar/bass sound. Now, amPhones make it even easier. amPhones are headphones that have the amPlug technology already built in.
Just plug in an instrument, and enjoy serious guitar/bass sound. The headphones themselves are made by Audio-Technica, trusted name for headphones. They can be used as conventional headphones when the power is off. There are four types of amPhones available: AC30, Twin, Lead and Bass
Amphone AC30 Features
- New reactor circuit based on the Valve Reactor circuit featured in VOX amps
- Totally analog design simulating the circuit response of the original amp
- Effects provided: chorus/delay/reverb for the guitar versions, and a compressor for the bass version
- 1/4" connector allows connection to any guitar or bass
VOX AC30 Amphone
amPhones are headphones with amPlug technology built in. Just plug in an instrument, and enjoy serious guitar/bass sound. The headphones are made by Audio-Technica, the trusted name for headphones. A guitar/bass can be connected to these headphones, or they can be used as conventional headphones for listening to music.
Headphones with am Plug technology built in! The Vox amPhones AC30 Active Guitar Headphones plug directly into your guitar output jack so you can easily enjoy classic AC30 tone without waking the neighbors! The amPhones AC30 headphones provide great sound quality and comfort thanks to headphone technology from Audio-Technica. Additionally, you can use them as conventional headphones when the amp simulator is switched off. Vox amPhones AC30 headphones are perfect for practice, listening to your MP3 player or any other source. If you love the AC30 tone and you need a way to practice silently, these are for you! The AC30 model in the Vox amPhones series faithfully reproduces the sound of the classic VOX AC30 amplifier. It uses a completely analog design in order to faithfully model the circuit response of the original amp, and will satisfy even the most critical listener.
Top customer reviews
They are also comfortable on your head & especially so on your ears - the padding is very good.
Thats about it for the Good !
The Bad : The cable that connects these headphones to your guitar is way too short, it fits but it could have been another 2 feet long to make it more comfortable.
The control dials located on the left earphone piece are recessed and impossible to access while wearing them on your head. You have to take them off to alter then - So Make Sure you're Wearing a Strap if You're playing Sitting Down ! - also the cable ( again ) is connected to the left headphone piece, this means the cable has to go behind you or between you and your guitar.
If running it behind you its not comfortable - its too short - if running between you an guitar then it will pull on your headphones as it gets 'caught' as you lean forward then back.
It seems that the technicians that develop things , like headphone amplifiers , arern't guitar players themselves because for a right handed guitar player the cable should connect to the right side of the headphone piece. This wouls give an unhindered line from the guitar jack to the headphone ...but obviously thats too simple for the technicians at Vox. (btw it's ok for lefties as it is)
Overall I said it was okay, just ! For the price its not worth it at all though the Vox Amplug ( which I also have ) is a far better choice, you can use your own digital headphones which are probably heaps longer then the Vox AC30 AGH.
So save your money.
My advice to Vox ... find some technicians that actually play the guitar !
Bad side is that the dials are hard to adjust. the effects dial beeps when it is changed but that doesnt matter because its very hard to find the dial while wearing the headphones. effects are chorus, delay and reverb. on the effects dial the chorus is like 1-3 delay 4-7 and reverb 7-10(which is not described in the instruction manual). also they are kinda ugly. they went for a modern-vintage look but achieved niether oh well.
So basicly if you buy these you will get amazing sounds pounding thru your sinuses which may cause involuntary orgasm of the acoustic variety but they are not slickly designed.