Vox Adio Air GT


Modelling Electric Guitar Combo

  • Power: 5 W
  • Equipped with: 2x 3"speakers for a wide stereo sound
  • Bluetooth allows wireless playback of music and remote control via app
  • VET Modelling technology for authentic amp sounds
  • Up to 23 amplifier models
  • Up to 19 high-quality effect types
  • "Tone Room" software for accessing all Adio functions
  • AUX Input for spontaneous Jam inserts
  • USB Connection for recording purposes
  • "Acoustage" function for creating a virtual surround sound image
  • Power supply via power supply (included) or AA batteries
  • Battery operation of 8 hours in continuous operation
  • Max. output power of the power amplifier: approx. 25 W x 2 RMS at 8 Ohm
  • Max. power in battery mode: 2.5 W x 2 RMS at 8 Ohm
  • Weight: 2.9 kg
  • Includes download license for Jam Vox 3
Available since July 2017
Item number 414583
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Power 50 W
Speaker 2x 3"
Channels 1
Reverb Yes
Effects Processor Yes
External FX Loop No
Line Input No
Recording Output Yes
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection No
Incl. Footswitch No
Weight in kg 2,9 kg
Power (Manufacturers Specs) 50 W
Speaker size 2x 3"
Memory slots 0
Number of HT-Speaker 0
HT Speaker in Inch No
Number of Midrange Speaker 0
Midrange Speaker in Inch No
Headphone connection 1
Number of Bass Speaker 2
Bass Speaker in Inch 3"
Battery Operation in hours 8 h
Ways 1-Way
Colour Black
Width 360 mm
Height 163 mm
Depth 165 mm
Line Out No
Weight 2,9 kg
Accu No
Housing Material Wood
Construction Type Standard
Using for Guitar
Stand Flange No
Flyable No
Analog Inputs 1
Microphone Input 1
Media Player BT
Voice Assistant No
Remote Control No
Wireless Mic Handhleld / Headset No
Effect 1
Beam Angle Ver 70 °
Low Cut No
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90 Reviews

Excellent little amp
Mairts 27.01.2020
I love this little amp and I think it's a great bang for your buck.
This is my 4th modelling amp and right now I don't see myself switching out this amp. All the previous ones were from Fender Mustang series and I definitely like this one the best. I think the sound is absolutely great for such a small and cheap amp, definitely better than the bigger and more expensive Mustang amps that I've owned. Plus you can use it with batteries and as a bluetooth speaker so I use it a lot for just listening to music from my phone around the house or when I'm doing something in the garden. Since it's so small I sometimes take it with me to a friends house to listen to music.
From the different amp models I mostly use 3 - Brit 800, Brit Verb and Double Rec. They cover pretty much all my needs from more mellow classic rock sounds to nirvana and some more metal type music.
From the effects I like the 2 delays and I think the phaser effect is nice as well, don't really care for the rest of the effects there are.
It looks a bit weird like a woman's handbag but I don't really care as long as it works and sounds fine.
If you need a small amp to just rock out at home or you need carry your amp around a lot you just can't go wrong with this one.


Finally, something that worth buying!
Paul87 12.08.2017
I haven't really found too much information or many reviews, so I was just hoping before the purchase that at this price point it will be good.
In a word, yes it's good, and I didn't regretted ordering it. I will use it as a practice amp at home. For me it was important that if it has a Bluetooth feature, than it also should work properly.
I have briefly owned the Fender Mustang GT before and I wasn't really pleased with the music playback quality because it sounded really boxy, but Vox made it work. The music playback is pleasant and enjoyable.
Lets get to the most important part, I like some of the tones, even though I am just a beginner, I could dial in some nice tones, but I have still a lot to learn about the different effects.
I would mention that it doesn't have any noticeable static noise or humming like other practice amps like the Blackstar ID Core 20.
Yes, it's not a Boss Katana, but it has other purposes.
I would add that the build quality is satisfying. I haven't had a chance to try any recording features, cause I don't need it, so I cant comment on that. And yes it has an app, and it could be a little more intuitive with more features like the Fender app.
So, would I recommend it? Yes if you don't mind the slightly higher price. Is it better than the Yamaha THR 10? I don't know, but its newer and it has a good functioning bluetooth, what justifies the price difference.


Dont let it the looks dissuade you
Jon T 21.11.2021
Great bit of kit. Loads of features. Especially the bluetooth functionality. While it is a practice amp it is loud enough for a quiet jam if that makes sense. I knocked one star off as despite my happiness with the purchase, have you seen it lol. The AI on my phone camera recognised it as a handbag


Does what you expect but a couple more features/added functionality would be nice
RohanB 11.02.2022
I mostly just play at home having started playing 6 months ago and with a lot of my guitar influences using vox amps I liked the idea of this a lot and so far the sound has been exactly what I've expected it can get pretty loud considering the size of the speakers and it does all the sounds I like mostly clean or light distortion, the modulation effects I've found are good too. I do think a couple of things other similar amps have like a looper would be nice and you can't have multiple modulation or delay/reverb effects on at once which would be a nice plus. Also the Vox tone studio app is a bit of a nightmare particularly on mobile but that was all expected when I bought it so impressed and happy with it overall.


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