Vox AC15VR Amplifier

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Tube and solid-state, vintage and modern, clean and dirty – the new VR Series has it all. Now, for the first time in VOX’s 50-plus-year history, you can channel switch between legendary VOX tones and higher gain modern tones, all powered by Valve Reactor real tube technology and at a price that will pleasantly surprise you!

Vox AC15VR Amplifier

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VR Valve Reactor Originally designed for the critically acclaimed Valvetronix modelling amplifiers, the Valve Reactor circuit places a 12AX7 vacuum tube (or “valve”) into the power stage. Known as a dual-triode tube, the 12AX7 is actually two tubes in one. Our engineers have configured this tube to act as a small power amplifier. This circuit provides all of the tonality and feel of an all tube amp.

Too small to be used as an amplifier on its own, the output of this Valve Reactor circuit is fed to a high-quality solid state power amp that adds no tone coloration to the signal. This power amplifier also has some special circuits that feed the changing loudspeaker impedance information back to the Valve Reactor. This last interaction of tube, amp, and speaker provides the lively sound and feel that defines an all tube amplifier.

grabbing tone. Back for More The AC15VR's back panel features an external speaker jack for use with an 8 ohm extension cabinet. Using an extension cabinet will mute the internal speaker.

Also provided is a jack for the optional VOX VFS2 dual footswitch, which offers hands-free channel-switching and reverb on/off action. VOX AC15VR Valve Reactor Specifications Dimensions (W x D x H): 602 x 265 x 456 mm (23.70 x 10.43 x 17.95 inches) Weight: 16.4 kg (36.16 pounds) Output Power: 15 Watts RMS into 8 Ohms Speaker: 1x 12", 8 Ohm VX12 Celestion custom speaker Inputs: Input jack, Footswitch jack Outputs: External LoudSpeaker jack Options: VFS2A Dual Footswitch

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