Vox Adio Air GT and Adio Air BS - 2017

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Introduced by Vox in May 2017, the Adio Series amplifiers were packed with features and value. Two models were offered, the Adio Air GT for guitar and the Adio Air BS for bass guitar. The Adio Air GT and BS were replacements for the discontinued Vox Soundbox Mini.

Specifications and Features:

  • AC or battery (AA cell x 8)  operation
  • 50W total output (25W x 2) on AC power
  • 5W total output (2.5W x 2) on battery power
  • Two 3" speakers with tuned bass vents
  • Lightweight design - less than 7 pounds
  • Stylish injection molded plastic cabinet
  • Molded handle
  • Traditional Black Vox Grill Cloth - Adio Air GT
  • Traditional Blue Vox Grill Cloth - Adio Air BS
  • Single channel solid state design, single ¼" input
  • Gain, Treble, Middle, Bass and Master Controls
  • Eleven internal amp models featuring Vox VET (Virtual Element Technolgy) circuitry
  • Up to twelve additional amp models are incorporated when the Adio Air amp is connected to your PC running the included Vox Tone Room software
  • Chorus, Flanger, Phaser and Tremolo on FX1 control
  • Seven more effects added when connected to your PC running the included Vox Tone Room software
  • Digital Delay and Reverb on FX2 Control
  • Four stages of noise reduction
  • Korg "Acoustage" virtual surround sound technology
  • Eight assignable user programs
  • Digital guitar tuner that supports drop tunings
  • Wireless MP3 playback via Bluetooth
  • USB Type B input jack
  • 3.5mm aux input jack
  • Head phone jack
  • Tone Room and Jamvox III software included
  • 14.17" x 6.50" x 6.42", 6.4 lbs less batteries

The plastic injection molded plastic cabinet for the Adio Air amp series featured a slanted body design. The cabinet design minimized parallel surfaces, adding strength to the enclosure.

The speakers were enclosed in a separate, internal enclosure inside the Adio Air (see exploded view at left). This inner enclosure was further divided into right and left cavities to improve stereo performance. The internal speaker enclosure also included a pair of flared ports to enhance bass response.

The Adio Air grill frame was perforated with a honeycomb structure of hexagon shaped holes. These holes allowed sound to pass freely and without restriction while providing maximum protection for the speakers.

USB Interface
The Adio Air GT and BS both included a Type B USB interface that allowed either amp to be connected to a computer.

Vox bundled two software programs with the Adio, Vox Tone Room and Jamvox III. The Vox Tone Room program expanded the models and effects available in the Adio Air GT and BS. The Jamvox III program was a learning aid that will either cancel or emphasize a specific part from an existing mp3 recording.

Vox Adio Air GT & Adio Air BS
Audio Output: 50 watts RMS (mono) an AC power
25 watts RMS per channel (stereo)
Speakers: 2 x 3", 8 ohms
Batteries: 8 x AA batteries, 8 hours operation
AC Adaptor: 19 VDC
Dimensions: 14.17 x 6.5 x 6.42 inches
Weight: 6.4 lbs.

Official Vox Adio Ait promotional video clip, used by permission of Vox Amplification



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