NAMM 2020: Vox gives its Mini Superbeetle the Bluetooth treatment

The Mini Superbeetle Audio is now a living room-friendly Bluetooth speaker.

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NAMM 2020: Vox has debuted the Mini Superbeetle Audio, a Bluetooth speaker version of its Mini Superbeetle practice amp.

The Mini Superbeetle Audio has an output rating of 50 watts and comes with a 6.5-inch speaker and 1-inch tweeter housed within its compact cabinet. Its front panel features a standard three-band EQ of bass, mid and treble, along with an additional sub-bass control for the fine-tuning of sub frequencies in dance and electronic music. The Mini Superbeetle Audio also features a rear aux input jack for playback on devices that aren’t Bluetooth-enabled.

Aside from supporting regular audio playback, the Mini Superbeetle Audio can also accommodate guitar input, thanks to an internal circuit that models the sound of the AC series. A three-knob layout of gain, tone and volume allows the user to dial in their desired guitar tone, while an additional amPlug input jack expands the amp’s range of guitar sounds.

Other features of the Mini Superbeetle Audio include a smartphone output jack for silent practice and a speaker output jack for an external 4-ohm speaker.

Pricing and availability for the Vox Superbeetle Audio TBC. For more information, click here.

Find out more about NAMM 2020 here.

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