Mighty Lite BT now reaches the mkII generation with this reinvented model, adding new features, modes and computer editing to an already winning formula, bringing a world of sonic possibilities to the guitar player in a compact and convenient package. Keeping with the desktop form factor and powered by 6 x AA batteries or optional 9V adaptor, the mkII adds a USB type-C port which can connect to a PC or Mac computer to edit settings using the Mighty Editor software. In addition, the Bluetooth connection enables wireless editing via the Mighty Amp app. Both software and app are free to download from www.nuxefx.com. Mighty Lite BT mkII also supports audio streaming over Bluetooth for backing tracks and a built-in drum machine for solo practice. New features include effects, modulations and new amp models with an IR loader for flexible cabinet simulation, which can be programmed and stored into 7 internal presets. This new version offers a huge pallete of tones in a manageable and versatile package for bedroom practice, project studios and travelling guitar players.
Bluetooth audio streaming and preset editing USB type-C port for PC/Mac editing and firmware Mighty Editor™ software and Mighty App™ free to download Inbuilt drum machine and metronome Digitally modeled effects, modulations, delay and reverb Selectable amp models, cabinet IR loader and acoustic IRs Runs from 9Vdc power adapter (not supplied) or USB via power bank or 6 AA Batteries 5 Watt speaker Suitable power supply 173.290UK
Power supply 9Vdc (6 x AA battery or optional adaptor) or USB-C (185mA) Speaker 75mmØ (3") 5W, 4 Ohm Dimensions 166 x 124 x 98mm Weight 720g Inputs Guitar in (6.3mm jack), Aux in (3.5mm jack) Phones output 3.5mm jack PC Com port USB type-C Power in 9Vdc, 120mA (5.5 x 2.1mm DC jack pin negative)
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