IK Multimedia has created a portable battery-powered guitar amplifier capable of producing 15W of amplification as well as offering three custom voiced analog channels: clean, drive, and lead. The iRig Micro Amp is now available to preorder priced at €150, check out the video below to learn more about the battery guitar amplifier which is equipped with an iOS USB interface allowing you to connect it to a wide variety of different devices both mobile and desktop.
Powered by a single integrated unit derived from IK’s award-winning iRig HD 2 mobile guitar interface, with 24-bit, 96 kHz for pristine sound quality. “iRig Micro Amp’s real magic comes from the included high-quality connection to your iPhone, iPad and Mac/PC. Jam through 10 amp and 26 stompbox models with the included AmpliTube CS app, plus 9 amp and 10 stomp models from AmpliTube 4 on Mac/PC.”
Features and specifications include :
– Compact battery-powered guitar amp
– 1 x 4” speaker for fuller sound
– 15W RMS, as loud as amps twice its size
– 3 analog channels: clean, drive, lead
– Low, mid & high EQ and gain controls
– Headphone output for silent practice
– Aux input to connect mp3 players
– 4 Ohm cabinet out connects to larger speakers
– Connects to iPhone, iPad, and Mac/PC
– 24-bit, 96 kHz quality for professional sound
– Unlocks 10 amps & 26 stomps in AmpliTube CS for iOS
– Includes AmpliTube 4 for Mac/PC for 9 amps, 10 stomps
– Use with all your favorite apps
“iRig Micro Amp offers 15W power when plugged in, and 7.5W when running on 6 x AA batteries. Combined with a 4” custom-voiced speaker, it pumps out surprising volume at half the size of similarly-powered amps. So it’s perfect for everything from a bedroom or desktop, to jamming with friends or street busking.”
For more details and full specifications jump over to the official Ik Multimedia website by following the link below.
Source: IK Multimedia
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