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QuoteFrom an Italian forum:"Meanwhile, the latest update (V2) spoiled the arrival of a new version: the Nux Mighty Plug Pro, among the first additional features there will be the possibility to load customized IR (up to 20 free slots), new effects, Drum Machine with 70 new patterns divided into 10 genres, the ability to program the change of effects while playing on a track and an enhancement of the Bluetooth and recording functions, as well as being able to use all the effects on both bass and guitar. Most of these are almost all the functions present on the Mightier app, the tuner is still hidden and it is not clear whether Bluetooth can be used to record on smartphones."
Quote from: nacho1000 on March 21, 2022, 04:41:46 AMSorry. I fail to understand this post. Can you please make it more explanatory?What is exactly Mighty Plug Pro? Is it a new app to work with the same Mighty Plug mp-2?Thanks for any clarification.
Quote from: admin on June 13, 2022, 11:48:30 PMI got one, so far this is very nice, much better than the original Mighty Plug
Quote from: Chumly on February 21, 2023, 09:33:54 AMThat's unfortunate and I'm disappointed that NUX would release such a noticeably defective product.It's peculiar that (on Amazon at least) most reviewers have not mentioned this problem, which make me wonder if it's only with some some units, and/or if many reviewers have severe high frequency hearing loss, and/or if the Amazon reviews have been gamed.See here https://www.amazon.com/NUX-Headphone-Various-Effects-Modeling/dp/B07B3GCHPC#customerReviews
Quote from: Chumly on February 21, 2023, 09:33:54 AMThat's unfortunate and I'm disappointed that NUX would release such a noticeably defective product.It's peculiar that (on Amazon at least) most reviewers have not mentioned this problem, which make me wonder if it's only with some some units, or if many reviewers have severe high frequency hearing loss, or if the Amazon reviews have been gamed.See here https://www.amazon.com/NUX-Headphone-Various-Effects-Modeling/dp/B07B3GCHPC#customerReviews
QuoteFrom the United States 1.0 out of 5 stars Produces a high pitched ringing noise at all times, making it terrible. Other design issues.Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 12, 2023Verified PurchaseOn the GearPage forum thread for this product (look up Mighty Plug Pro GearPage on Google), there are multiple others experiencing the same issue with the high pitched ringing noise (or whine). As well as some people on the Facebook group. It makes it unusable as it is loud enough to be evidently heard at all times, about as loud as an open string.Other than the high pitched whine it is not supposed to make (even when all amps and fx are disabled), it has other problems with its design which I will describe.First, It doesn't have a flush fit with the 1/4" input on any of my guitars, and makes an annoying scratching noise because of this whenever it moves around, which it always will because of its weight and form factor (unless you duct tape it in place, but even then it still does some). This causes a ton of extraneous noise and also makes it impossible to use as a multifx input that goes from the guitar into an amp as well (don't even bother trying to use a 3.5mm to 1/4" adapter, it will just be even worse)...Second, the same happens for the headset port as well, tends to scratch a lot and cause a lot of excess noise because its not a good flush fit with any of my headphones.The headphone port also doesn't allow a full fit for TRRS headset cables (3.5mm) to go all the way in, because the plastic opening near the port is angled (hard to describe with words, but the point stands the headset port definitely isn't well designed). This means that some headsets cable simply won't go all the way into the port and thus you can't use the mic on them, and they're more likely to pop out, and again causes a lot of NOISE.The ability to "stream" with it is overblown as well, I tried getting it to work with multiple streaming platforms and it doesn't plug and play like that at all. Skype, Zoom, etc none of them worked with it. [If you have dozens of hours to spend troubleshooting, I'm sure you could route it into a DAW and use some audio routing software to route the output of the DAW into Zoom, but it is NOT plug and play into screaming software by any means).]Worst part of all is that the seller has been unhelpful in honoring the warranty. ("We can offer a replacement but there will be a heavy restocking fee"). I would not recommend going thru this seller at all if you do get one. They only redirected me to NUX who are based.in China and don't care about customer service at all, once they have sold the item.All and all its a good IDEA for a product, but poorly designed, making it useless. It's a shame becaue some of the amp models and fx seem like they would sound good if it wasn't for all the noise the unit makes, and its design flaws. I would definitely recommend the Mustang Micro over this product as it does most of what the Mighty Plug Pro does minus IR loading and the headset "feature" (which as I described is all but useless).