Universal Audio OX Amp-Top Box

Plug into this reactive load box to push your tube amp into sweet distortion at any volume -- and shape your tone with Universal Audio's speaker cab models.
Get the ultimate tone from your tube amp -- anywhere, at any volume. The Universal Audio OX Amp Top Box is a premium reactive load box, allowing guitarists to play and record their tube amp in its ideal sweet spots -- from the edge-of-breakup to fully cranked -- at any volume level, and with instant album-quality mic, room, and speaker cabinet emulations at the turn of a knob.

Featuring Universal Audio's breakthrough Dynamic Speaker Modeling, OX emulates speaker breakup and cone cry like no other box on the market. It's the world's finest boutique speaker attenuator and guitar amp recording solution -- overbuilt for years of home and studio use.


Join us as we take a closer look at the OX in our exclusive video:


Now You Can:
- Get the ultimate tone out of your tube amp -- anywhere, and at any volume
- Pair your amp to the world's best reactive load, with boutique UA analog quality -- built for years of home and studio use
- Instantly audition dozens of album-quality mic and guitar cabinet setups with front panel "Rig" control
- Get authentic "edge of destruction" tones complete with speaker breakup and cone cry, thanks to UA Dynamic Speaker Modeling

Features:

- Premium, no-compromise analog reactive load box for tube guitar amps
- Five finely-tuned guitar amp attenuation levels -- from off, to whisper quiet, to full band volume
- Front-panel "Rig" control for instant, album-quality mic and speaker cabinet emulations
- UA Dynamic Speaker Modeling emulates speaker breakup read more and cone cry
- World-class Universal Audio EQ, compression, delay, and reverb effects built-in
- Selectable 4, 8, and 16-Ohm operation
- Front-panel Headphone out for silent practice with cranked tones
- Balanced TRS line outs, and S/PDIF digital outputs for stereo recording
- Pair with OX mobile or desktop app over Wi-Fi for editing and saving presets
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Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 20 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 22 x 13 x 12 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): UAD OX
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 831-440-1176
(2 ratings)
Submitted January 19, 2018 by jim walker in New york, NY
"Universal Audio OX Vs. Two Notes Torpedo Studio"
My review of the new UAD OX Verses the Two Notes Torpedo Studio/Live/Cab/Captor Disclosure - I have been using the Two Notes Studio for a year+. And just received the OX yesterday and unboxed & played for 2 hrs. Enough for a basic review for sure. Note I am a guitar player recording in my home studio and not getting paid to do this review. Just wanted to share my experiences after learning plenty on the UAD forum from others. Two Notes Two Notes was kind of the only game in town unless you wanted to cobble together your own Smart reactive load (i.e. SUHR) and then add your own IRs (Celestion, Red Wirez, Ownhammer, etc). Setup - TN Studio Balanced analogue outs into UAD Apollo 8p and listened thru Yamaha HS8 FRFR monitors and headphones. Pros -Two Notes is an open platform, i.e. use your Impulse Responses ( IR's) or the Wall Of Sound IRs. Some of which are quite good. -I get to blast my amp(s) and feel the amp while keeping my destroying my hearing. -Neighbors and family can't hear me blasting amps at midnight. Cons -Two Notes Studio is just too finicky for me. I can't get consistent results. Respectfully, some people disagree with my experience. They says "any good sound requires a lot of tweaking." Agreed but... -After spending time to tweak a good cabinet sound, changing to a different cabinet requires you to start all over again. Frustrating. -The 2 most important controls Input and Output volume are totally inconsistent and results become finicky. -While Two Notes's generic effects are read more

Musical Background:
30 yrs as guitarist /recording music .

Musical Style:
Blues, Rock, Jazz
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