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Precautions
Location
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Using the unit in the following locations can result in a malfunction.
In direct sunlight
Locations of extreme temperature or humidity
Excessively dusty or dirty locations
Locations of excessive vibration
Close to magnetic fields
Power supply
Please connect the designated AC adapter to an AC outlet of the
correct voltage. Do not connect it to an AC outlet of voltage other
than that for which your unit is intended.
Interference with other electrical devices
Radios and televisions placed nearby may experience reception
interference. Operate this unit at a suitable distance from radios
and televisions.
Handling
To avoid breakage, do not apply excessive force to the switches
or controls.
Care
If the exterior becomes dirty, wipe it with a clean, dry cloth. Do
not use liquid cleaners such as benzene or thinner, or cleaning
compounds or flammable polishes.
Keep this manual
After reading this manual, please keep it for later reference.
Keeping foreign matter out of your equipment
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Never set any container with liquid in it near this equipment. If
liquid gets into the equipment, it could cause a breakdown, fire,
or electrical shock.
Be careful not to let metal objects get into the equipment. If
something does slip into the equipment, unplug the AC adapter
from the wall outlet. Then contact your nearest Korg dealer or
the store where the equipment was purchased.
THE FCC REGULATION WARNING (for U.S.A.)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
Unauthorized changes or modification to this system can void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
CE mark for European Harmonized Standards
CE mark which is attached to our company’s products of AC
mains operated apparatus until December 31, 1996 means it
conforms to EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and CE mark Directive
(93/68/EEC).
And, CE mark which is attached after January 1, 1997 means it
conforms to EMC Directive (89/336/EEC), CE mark Directive (93/
68/EEC) and Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC).
Also, CE mark which is attached to our company’s products of
Battery operated apparatus means it conforms to EMC Directive
(89/336/EEC) and CE mark Directive (93/68/EEC).
* Company names, product names, and names of formats etc. are
the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
owners
Contents
Introduction ............................................. 4
Welcome aboard! .......................................................... 4
Main features ................................................................ 4
Setup ....................................................... 5
Installing Batteries .......................................................... 5
The Guitarist’s Guided Panel Tour .............. 6
A. Top Panel .................................................................. 6
B. Rear Panel ................................................................. 8
Creating Your Own Program and Adjusting
the Noise Reduction .......................... 10
Creating your own program ......................................... 10
Adjusting the noise reduction ........................................ 11
Styles and effects ................................... 12
STYLES ........................................................................ 12
Effects ......................................................................... 14
Troubleshooting ...................................... 17
Specifications ......................................... 18
Programmer’s Cheat Sheet ...................... 19
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Introduction
Welcome aboard!
Thanks for choosing the VOX DA5. To ensure a long and
trouble-free relationship with your new amp, please read this
manual carefully, use the amp as directed and keep the
manual for future reference.
Main features
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The compact DA5 features five watts (5W) producing stellar tones inherited from the VOX Valvetronix
series (AD15VT, AD30VT, AD50VT, AD100VT).
This portable amplifier is powered by six C batteries
or the included AC adapter, enabling you to play anywhere.
Inputs include an AUX IN jack, for connecting an external audio device (CD, MP3 player, etc.), and a
MIC INPUT jack, to which you can connect a microphone. You can play along with recorded music or
accompany your vocals on guitar.
The TAP button enables you to easily set the flanger
speed or delay time in sync with the tempo.
The amplifier provides eleven distinctive sound
styles that can be used in various musical genres.
Eleven high-quality effects are built in and seven are
multi effects that let you use two effects simultaneously plus Noise Reduction.
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The power select switch lets you adjust the output
wattage of the power amp. This means that even
when the master volume is turned up to the max to
drive the power amp, you can lower the volume without losing any tone or feel.
Setup
Installing Batteries
Please refer to the illustrations in the section entitled “The
Guitarist’s Guided Panel Tour” (page 6).
1. Turn the MASTER volume on the amp all the way
down.
2. Insert the batteries as shown on page 5.
Alternatively, plug the supplied AC adapter cord into
the DC IN jack on the rear panel, then plug the AC
adapter into a wall outlet.
Remove the battery compartment cover located on the bottom of the unit by pulling the ribbon. Insert six C alkaline
batteries as shown in the figure. Be sure to observe the correct polarity.
NOTE: Batteries are not included. You will need to purchase
them separately. Never use any type of battery other
than alkaline batteries.
NOTE: Never use any AC adapter other than the included one.
3. Plug your guitar into the INPUT jack on the top panel.
If you also plan to use a CD or MP3 player, or a microphone, connect the player to the AUX IN jack or
the microphone to the MIC INPUT jack on the rear
panel.
4. Turn on the POWER switch.
5. Slowly raise the MASTER volume to a desired level.
HINT: The rear panel POWER SELECT switch controls the
output level of the power amp, letting you adjust the
volume while keeping that great-sounding power-amp
distortion!
HINT: Selecting a lower output wattage during battery operation will extend battery life.
About battery life
The battery life varies depending on the output wattage selected by the POWER SELECT switch.
POWER SELECT
5W
1.5W
0.5W
Battery life
18 hours
25 hours
30 hours
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Replacing the batteries
Replace the batteries when the indicator above the
POWER switch becomes dim.
NOTE: If the battery power is low, noise may be heard.
NOTE: Depleted batteries must be removed from the DA5 immediately. If you leave them in, malfunctions such as
battery leakage may occur. You should also remove the
batteries if you will not be using the DA5 for an extended time.
The Guitarist’s Guided Panel
Tour
In this chapter we’re going to take a look at the top and rear
panels of your amp.
A. Top Panel
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1. INPUT Section
This is where you plug in your guitar.
2. Power switch
When the power is on, the indicator located above
the switch will be lit.
3. AMP Section
Here’s where you adjust the settings for your amplifier.
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STYLE selector switch
EDIT 1
This switch selects one of the eleven different sound
Styles including clean sounds, slightly-distorted
bluesy sounds, crunchy rhythm sounds, and highgain lead sounds. When you select a different type of
sound, the noise reduction setting is automatically
configured to accommodate the selected amp sound
Style.
Use this to adjust the parameters of each effect. By
using this knob in conjunction with the TAP and BYPASS buttons as described below, you can adjust
three different parameters. (That is, if the BYPASS
LED is dark.)
Turn EDIT 1 (without pressing a button) (EDIT 1)
Turn EDIT 1 while pressing TAP (EDIT 2)
Turn EDIT 1 while pressing BYPASS (EDIT 3)
If the BYPASS LED is lit (the effect is bypassed), you
can hold down the TAP button and turn the EDIT 1
knob simultaneously to adjust the noise reduction
sensitivity.
GAIN
This adjusts the preamp gain.
TONE
This adjusts the tone.
MASTER
This adjusts the overall volume of the amplifier.
NOTE: The GAIN control also affects the amount of distortion.
For some settings, there may be virtually no distortion.
4. Effect section
Here you can adjust settings for the effects and noise
reduction. For details on each effect, refer to “Styles
and effects” (page 12).
EFFECTS
Selects the type of effect. You can use the TAP button, EDIT 1 knob and Bypass button to adjust the parameters of each effect. When you select an effect
type, the effect parameters will be initialized and
Effect Bypass will be defeated.
NOTE: You can’t adjust the effect parameters while the BYPASS
LED is lit.
NOTE: When you turn on the DA5, the EDIT 2, EDIT 3 and
Noise Reduction parameters will be automatically set
to the values appropriate to the current selection of the
EFFECTS and STYLE selector switches.
TAP (EDIT 2) and LED
This button enables you to set the speed of a modulation-type effect such as CHORUS or FLANGER
the DELAY time or REVERB length. Simply press
the TAP button twice at the desired interval and the
LED blinks at the specified speed or time.
HINT: To set the time to exactly match the tempo of a song,
press the TAP button several times along with the song.
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HINT: You can also further adjust the speed or time, by holding
down the TAP button and turning the EDIT 1 knob.
(This is the EDIT 2 mode)
B. Rear Panel
NOTE: If the BYPASS LED is lit, you won’t be able to use the
TAP switch to set the time. (The TAP LED will be dark.)
NOTE: If you turn off the power to the unit, the value set by the
TAP button will be reset to its initial value.
BYPASS (EDIT 3) and LED
If you don’t want to use an effect, press this button to
turn the effect off (i.e., bypassed). If the effect is bypassed, this LED will be lit.
NOTE: You can’t adjust the effect parameters if the BYPASS
LED is lit.
HINT: While the effect is bypassed, you can adjust the noise
reduction sensitivity by holding down the TAP button
and turning the EDIT 1 knob.
HINT: The bypass setting is remembered even when you switch
modes, switch programs, or turn off the power.
HINT: The Bypass button can be used to modify effect parameters (EDIT 3). Press and hold Bypass and simultaneously turn the EDIT 1 knob. See the chart on page 14
for what parameters can be controlled.
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1. POWER SELECT
This switch adjusts the output wattage of the power
amp. This means that even when the master volume
is turned up to max to drive the power amp, you can
adjust the volume without losing any tone or feel.
2. LINE/PHONE jack
Use this jack if you’re plugging directly in to a mixer,
recording device, or if you’re using headphones.The
output signal from this jack is taken before the power
amp, and the character of the guitar amp cabinet is
applied to it.
NOTE: Connecting headphones to this jack will mute the internal speaker.
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3. AUX IN jack
Connect an external audio device to this jack. This
enables you to conveniently connect a CD or MP3
player and play your guitar along with the player’s
output.
NOTE: Adjust the playback volume on the connected player.
4. MIC INPUT jack
Connect a microphone to this jack.
5. MIC VOLUME knob
This adjusts the volume of the microphone input.
6. DC IN jack
Connect this jack to the included AC adapter.
7. Cord hook
When you are using the included AC adapter, hook
the cord here to prevent it from being accidentally
unplugged from the jack.
NOTE: Use care when unhooking the cord so as not to damage
it.
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Creating Your Own Program and
Adjusting the Noise Reduction
This section explains how to create your own program, including how to adjust effect parameters and the noise reduction setting.
As you’ll hear, selecting a different effect type by using the
EFFECTS selector switch will automatically adjust the EDIT
2 and EDIT 3 parameter values to suit the selected effect
type.
In addition, selecting a different amp sound style by using
the STYLE selector switch will automatically set the noise
reduction to a value that suits the selected amp type. This
can be very convenient. However, you may sometimes want
to tweak an existing preset program to change a sound to
exactly what you have in mind. Alternatively, you may want
to adventurously explore the world of sound creation and
design by starting from scratch.
HINT: When you turn on the DA5, the EDIT 2, EDIT 3 and
Noise Reduction parameters will be automatically set
to the values appropriate to the current selection of the
EFFECTS and STYLE selector switches.
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Creating your own program
Let’s start from scratch.
1. Use the BYPASS button to bypass the effect. (The
BYPASS LED is lit.) If you want to use an effect, you
can add it at the end of this process.
2. Use the STYLE selector switch to select an amp
sound type.
HINT: For more details on STYLE options, refer to “Styles and
Effects” (page 12).
3. Adjust the top panel GAIN and TONE knobs.
4. Hold down the TAP button and turn the EDIT 1 knob
to adjust the noise reduction. This setting is also
saved as part of your program. For details, refer to
“Adjusting the noise reduction” (page 11)
HINT: Adjust the noise reduction so that you don’t hear noise
when you’re not playing your guitar.
5. If you want to use an effect, press the BYPASS button to turn bypass off (the BYPASS LED goes dark).
6. Select an effect, and make adjustments. For example if you want to add delay, turn the EFFECT
selector to “DELAY.” If the selector is already set to
“DELAY,” you’ll have to turn it to a different effect and
then back to “DELAY.”
Use the TAP button or EDIT 1 knob to adjust the
delay time and delay level.
DELAY TIME:
DELAY LEVEL:
DELAY FEEDBACK:
Press the TAP button twice at the desired interval, or hold down the TAP
button and turn EDIT 1.
Turn EDIT 1 (without pressing any
button).
Turn EDIT 1 while holding down the
BYPASS button.
NOTE: When you select a different type of sound, the noise reduction setting is automatically configured to its initial
value to accommodate the selected amp sound Style.
3. If you want to use effects, press the BYPASS button
to make the BYPASS LED go dark and the effect(s)
will be heard.
HINT: For details on the effects, refer to “Styles and effects”
(page 12).
Adjusting the noise reduction
Here’s how to adjust the noise reduction
HINT: When you use a high-gain amp type such as “HIGAIN
1,” “HIGAIN 2” or “HIGAIN 3,” we recommend that
you use noise reduction.
1. Press the BYPASS button to make the BYPASS LED
light.
2. Hold down the TAP button and turn the EDIT 1 knob
to adjust the noise reduction sensitivity. Turning the
knob toward the right will produce greater noise reduction (less noise). If you turn the knob all the way
to the left, noise reduction will be off (more noise).
NOTE: Depending on the guitar you’re using, excessively high
noise reduction settings may cause notes to be cut off in
an unwanted manner!
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Styles and effects
In this section we’re going to talk about the eleven styles and
effects.
STYLES
You know that there is a plethora of great sounding amps out
there, and that the quest for the ultimate sound can be endless. After countless hours of soul searching, earnest discussions (not to mention the occasional friendly argument!),
calls to tone-wise friends (some professional players, some
not ... but all blessed with great ears)—plus, of course, listening and playing—a top eleven list was finally drawn up. As
you’re about to discover, the ones we went with are not only
the cream of the crop but also offer up the widest possible
array of the greatest guitar tones known to humans—from
pristine clean to outrageous overdrive and all points in-between.
CLEAN 1
This style has a beautifully responsive, rounded lowend, delightfully transient mid-range attack and
sweet treble making it the perfect partner for singlecoil pickups. Strummed chords just ring out and blossom.
CLEAN 2
This style’s clean sound is very tight “n” twangy, with
a deep, taut, piano-like bass.
BLUES 1
This style is very responsive to picking dynamics and
guitar volume settings. Backing-off your guitar volume can produce a beautifully clean and full tone. It
also means that you can make notes or chords more
distorted or clean depending on how hard or soft you
pick.
BLUES 2
This style has a thick tone with second and third order harmonics that increase as the amp is cranked.
BLUES 3
This instantly recognisable signature tone produces
clean sounds that are rich and jangly with a smooth
yet detailed top end, and overdrives that have a glorious, throaty bark.
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CRUNCH 1
This organic sounding style is dynamically rich and
warm, yet biting and distinct!
Rolling back your guitar’s volume results in a unique
and highly usable clean sound.
CRUNCH 2
This style has a fat, roaring sound with a distinctive,
cranium-crushing crunch.
Rolling back your guitar’s volume produces a bright,
clean sound that’s perfect for chord work and will cut
through any mix.
HIGAIN 3
This is capable of a powerful, heavily saturated
sound that combines an open low-end with compressed mids and highs.
The result is a tone that remains focused and well
defined at even the most extreme gain settings.
DRIVE
This style has a spectacular overdriven sound that’s
perfect for sax-like, legato soloing. With its GAIN
control wide-open, it produces a stunning sustain
which is very smooth and soulful.
HIGAIN 1
This style’s toneful, high gain punch and girth results
in a highly aggressive, tone-breathing monster capable of mondo-gain while retaining individual note
definition.
HIGAIN 2
The deep, loose low-end, some-what “fizzy” top and
monstrous gain will make this style a mainstay for
modern, players who tune low.
At low GAIN settings, this produces a distinctive,
bright clean sound bolstered by rich, upper harmonics that add fullness and dimension.
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Effects
The DA5 provides eleven of the most popular effects (some
effects actually combine two effects). You can adjust the
SPEED parameter of modulation effects or the TIME parameter of delay/reverb effects simply by pressing the TAP
switch twice. In addition to using the EDIT 1 knob to adjust
the most important parameters, you can make more detailed adjustments by holding down the TAP button or BYPASS button while turning the EDIT 1 knob.
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NOTE: In order to adjust the effect parameters, Effect Bypass
must be off (BYPASS LED dark). If you hold down the
TAP switch and turn the EDIT 1 knob when bypass is
on (BYPASS LED lit), you’ll be adjusting the noise reduction - not the effect parameter.
TYPE
TAP
EDIT 1
EDIT 2 [TAP+EDIT 1]
AUTO WAH
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WAH SENS
WAH ATTACK
EDIT 3 [BYPASS+EDIT 1]
WAH POLARITY
COMP
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COMP SENS
COMP ATTACK
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COMP+PHASER
PHASER SPEED
COMP SENS
PHASER SPEED
PHASER RESONANCE
COMP+CHORUS
CHORUS SPEED
COMP SENS
CHORUS SPEED
CHORUS MIX
CHORUS+DELAY
DELAY TIME
DELAY LEVEL
DELAY TIME
CHORUS MIX
CHORUS+REVERB
CHORUS SPEED
REVERB LEVEL
CHORUS SPEED
CHORUS MIX
FLANGER+REVERB
FLANGER SPEED
REVERB LEVEL
FLANGER SPEED
FLANGER RESONANCE
TREMOLO+REVERB
TREMOLO SPEED
REVERB LEVEL
TREMOLO SPEED
TREMOLO DEPTH
ROTARY+REVERB
ROTARY SPEED
REVERB LEVEL
ROTARY SPEED
ROTARY SENS
DELAY
DELAY TIME
DELAY LEVEL
DELAY TIME
DELAY FEEDBACK
REVERB
REVERB TIME
REVERB LEVEL
REVERB TIME
REVERB HIDAMP
AUTO WAH
PHASER
This models an auto-wah; a device that creates an
automatic “wah” effect that varies with your picking
dynamics (i.e., how hard or soft you hit the strings).
EDIT 1 “SENS”
EDIT 2 “ATTACK”
EDIT 3 “POLARITY”
Adjusts the sensitivity of the effect
in response to the volume of your
guitar.
Adjusts the response speed of the
auto wah.
Adjusts the direction in which the
effect operates.
COMP
EDIT 2 “ATTACK”
TAP
Sets the modulation speed in a
range of 0.1...10 [Hz].
EDIT 2 “SPEED”
This lets you use the knob to make
fine adjustments to the parameter.
EDIT 3 “RESONANCE” Adjusts the amount of resonance.
Adjusts the sensitivity of the compressor. Turning the knob toward the
right will increase the amount of
compression and sustain. If you turn
the knob all the way to the left, the
effect is OFF.
Adjusts the strength of the attack.
HINT: In the COMP+PHASER and COMP+CHORUS combination effects, the ATTACK parameter is already set
to the optimal value.
“SPEED”
CHORUS
This models the rich sound of an analog chorus unit.
TAP
Want to play a clean passage that needs to be nice,
smooth, and even? Need a bit more sustain on a
lead line? Then look no further; COMP is the effect
for you. It’s modeled on a compressor pedal that is
hugely popular due to the percussive clean sound it
can produce—making it perfect for ’80s and ’90s pop
and funk rhythm work. It can also add a singing,
mellow, sustain to lead lines - clean or dirty.
EDIT 1 “SENS”
A model of a much respected and popular analogue
phaser, housed in a banana yellow box!
“SPEED”
EDIT 2 “SPEED”
EDIT 3 “MIX”
Sets the modulation speed in a
range of 0.1...10 [Hz].
This lets you use the knob to make
fine adjustments to the parameter.
Adjusts the mix amount of the effect.
HINT: In the CHORUS+DELAY combination effect, the
SPEED parameter is already set to the optimal value.
FLANGER
A model of a truly classic flanger that “unchained” a
highly influential modern guitarist who many hail as
the “godfather of two-handed tapping.”
TAP
“SPEED”
Sets the modulation speed in a
range of 0.1...10 [Hz].
EDIT 2 “SPEED”
This lets you use the knob to make
fine adjustments to the parameter.
EDIT 3 “RESONANCE” Adjusts the amount of resonance.
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TREMOLO
TAP
This effect is based on the highly acclaimed tremolo
circuit found in some guitar amps.
TAP
“SPEED”
EDIT 2 “SPEED”
EDIT 3 “DEPTH”
Sets the tremolo speed in a range
of 2.5...10 [Hz].
This lets you use the knob to make
fine adjustments to the parameter.
Adjusts the tremolo depth.
ROTARY
This models a rotary speaker.
TAP
“SPEED”
EDIT 2 “SPEED”
EDIT 3 “SENS”
Sets the rotational speed of the
speaker in a range of 0.8...10 [Hz].
This lets you use the knob to make
fine adjustments to the parameter.
By adjusting this parameter you can
make the rotational speed change
automatically in response to the volume of your guitar. If you use this
function, set the SPEED to a slow
setting.
DELAY
This is a model of one of the most respected analogue tape echo machines ever made. In the original
the “echo” is produced by a playback head and the
exact “delay time” is set by varying the motor speed.
Many professionals prefer these “lo-fi” units because
of the warm, dark echoes they produce.
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“TIME”
EDIT 1 “MIX”
EDIT 2 “TIME”
EDIT 3 “FEEDBACK”
Sets the delay time in a range of
1...1,486 [ms].
Adjust the mix amount of the delayed sound.
This lets you use the knob to make
fine adjustments to the parameter.
Adjusts the amount of feedback.
HINT: In the CHORUS+DELAY combination effect, the
FEEDBACK parameter is already set to the optimal
value.
WARNING! If you crank up the FEEDBACK too much, an
uncontrollable, cascading “runaway” of echoes will occur. So, use your ears when setting this!
REVERB
A model of the most popular spring reverb system
used in guitar amps.
TAP
“TIME”
EDIT 1 “MIX”
EDIT 2 “TIME”
EDIT 3 “HI DAMP”
Sets the reverb time in a range of
0.8...8 [seconds].
Adjusts the mix amount of the reverb.
This lets you use the knob to adjust
the reverb time.
Adjusts the dampening of the highfrequency range.
HINT: In combination effects, the TIME and HI DAMP parameters are already set to optimal values.
Troubleshooting
1. The amp isn’t powering up when the POWER
switch is ON.
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Have you installed batteries? Is the polarity correct?
Or, is the AC adapter cord connected to the rear
panel of the amp correctly?
Is the AC adapter plugged into an AC outlet?
Is the AC outlet switched on and working?
Is the AC adapter damaged?
4. There’s no sound heard from the LINE/PHONE
jack when you use it.
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Check that the top panel MASTER volume isn’t
turned all the way down.
Make sure sound is coming from the amp.
2. There’s no sound coming from the amp
IMPORTANT NOTE: You’ll need to unplug your headphones
or cable from the LINE/PHONE jack to do this, since plugging something into this jack automatically mutes the
amp’s speakers. If there’s still no sound from the amp, go
to “There’s no sound coming from the amp.” If you do
hear sound, check the headphones or cable you are hooking up to this jack.
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5. You can’t hear any effects.
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Is your guitar turned up?
Are both ends of your guitar cable plugged into
where they should be?
Is your guitar cable working?
Are the top panel MASTER volume and GAIN knob
turned up?
Do you have headphones or anything else plugged
into the amp’s rear panel LINE/PHONE jack? If “yes,”
unplug!
3. The amp doesn’t seem very loud
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Is your guitar turned up?
Is the top panel MASTER volume or GAIN knob
turned down low?
Is the POWER SELECT switch on the rear panel set
to a lower wattage?
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Check that the BYPASS LED isn’t lit. If it is lit, the effect is bypassed. Press the BYPASS button to disengage it; the BYPASS LED will go off.
Is the EDIT 1 knob turned down too low? Adjust the
EDIT 1 knob.
6. You cannot hear the sound from a player connected to the rear panel AUX IN jack.
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Is the player connected to the amp correctly?
Is the volume level on the player set too low?
7. You cannot hear sound from a microphone connected to the MIC INPUT jack.
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Is the microphone connected to the amp correctly?
Is the mic switch turned on?
Is the MIC VOLUME knob set too low?
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Specifications
Number of amp types:
Number of effects:
Noise reduction:
Input/output jacks
Top panel:
Rear panel:
Power amp output:
Speaker:
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1x INPUT
1x AUX IN jack, 1x MIC
INPUT jack, 1x LINE/
PHONE jack
Maximum 5W RMS @ 8
ohms
1x VOX original (6.5inch
8 ohm)
Signal processing
A/D conversion:
D/A conversion:
Sampling frequency:
Power supply:
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24-bit
24-bit
44.1 kHz
Six C batteries or the included AC adapter
Current consumption: 390mA
Dimensions (W x D x H): 267 x 179 x 267 (mm)
10.51" x 7.05" x 10.51"
Weight
3.5 kg/7.72 lbs.
Included items:
AC adapter
Appearance and specifications of this product are
subject to change without notice.
For more information on Vox products, please visit our
website at www.voxamps.co.uk
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Programmer’s Cheat Sheet
Wanna remember how you set up your favorite programs?
Well, this is the place to do it!
Simply copy the sheet below and mark up by drawing lines
or coloring. Don’t forget to make notes on NR!
PROGRAM NAME:
EDIT 2 (TAP + EDIT)/:
TAP
EDIT 3 (BYPASS + EDIT):
NR (NOISE REDUCTION):
NOTE:
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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CONSUMERS
This product has been manufactured according to strict specifications and voltage requirements that are applicable in the country in which it is intended that this product should be
used. If you have purchased this product via the internet, through mail order, and/or via a
telephone sale, you must verify that this product is intended to be used in the country in which
you reside.
WARNING: Use of this product in any country other than that for which it is
intended could be dangerous and could invalidate the manufacturer’s or
distributor’s warranty.
Please also retain your receipt as proof of purchase otherwise your product may
be disqualified from the manufacturer’s or distributor’s warranty.
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