ZT Lunchbox Acoustic 2-Ch P.A. In A Box
- Mic channel with 1/4" and XLR inputs.Instrument channel with 1/4" input.Dedicated Mic Gain control.Dedicated Instrument Gain control.
- Plate Style Reverb with independent channel controls.EFX Loop.3-position Anti-Feedback Control with bypass.Anti-Clip limiting circuit
- Phantom Power (12v).Variable Headphone/DI Output.Custom Ultra-High Performance 6.5" Speaker.
- Switchable External Speaker Output (Optional Internal/External).
- Aux Input on 1/8" Stereo Jack.Voltage switch 115V/230V
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Top Customer Reviews
ZT is misrepresenting this product in their marketing and advertising -- not a 200 watt amp, no DI, no linear woofer response with increasing volume, and a contrived modeled sound. What surprises me most is that the professional magazine reviewers haven't picked up on any of this, except for a few who have pointed out that the amplifier is not as powerful as ZT says it is.
Gives you the ability to dial in just the right amount of vocal & guitar. Have used this very low at times & very loud at times. Very pleased with sound & love the ease of operation. Dial in reverb,etc. for each channel to match your taste.
Have sold 2 pricey p.a.s since purchasing this lunchbox.
A must for any singer-songwriter that plays small venues at times. Most coffeeshops, etc i've been to have subpar sound systems. Bring your own lunchbox & you know the sound will be good. Any house concert, coffeeshop, small venue owners, pick one up. You will not regret it.
I may not be an expert on sound but do consider myself qualified to some degree. My home system consists of Bryston, Classe, PS Audio, Benchmark, Musical Fidelity & Martin-Logans. So I do know good sound when I hear it & am disappointed at the sound in many smaller venues. If they all had ZT Lunchbox gear then I would know the sound will be satisfying(that is if the artist is good!)
5 stars for sure, do yourself a favor & give one a listen.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This amp sounds nice with acoustic guitar (although it projects sound in a very directional fashion) but the EQ seems to have been permanently "shaped" for that instrument... Read morePublished 15 months ago by toomany
This is a dry good piece of equipment for the price and the physical size is perfect for those impromptu gigs.Published on July 18, 2014 by Alan Howeth
I love this little amp. Great sounding and flexible. Takes pedals well. Loud enough for what I do. Really a nice amp.Published on June 27, 2014 by Peter T.
I ordered this amp because a friend had the original Lunchbox and was very happy with it. After my receiving the amp, I have been working away from home and had not used the amp... Read morePublished on May 5, 2014 by Dennis
This little amp is so cute! It has great features but it gets hardly any - and I mean ANY - volume until it is cranked to full blast. Read morePublished on March 29, 2013 by jana wessel
Several of the reviews of this amp are of the "original" lunchbox electric guitar amp. A totally different piece of equipment. Read morePublished on March 15, 2013 by mymartind35
So,I have had this amp for about 2 1/2 yrs.,and I've logged close to 300 gigs playing a Gitane D500 in the Django Reinhardt group I perform with. Read morePublished on October 5, 2012 by kendo24
The ZT Acoustic Lunchbox has been my traveling companion for a year and a half. I mostly do small clubs and house concerts and this great little amp has covered the rooms... Read morePublished on September 24, 2012 by Phil Lee