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NUX NMT1 4-in-1 Multi Tester

It's happened to us all... amps are set up and mic'd, your guitar has a fresh set of strings, and your pedalboard is lit up like a Christmas lights display! The house lights go down, the soundie gives you the thumbs up, you strike the first powerful chord of what is about to be your best set yet... and you hear nothing! You let out a sigh as you begin to jiggle patch cables, listening for the telltale sound of signal cutting in when you move the culprit just right. Why let that happen more than once when your tuner can tell you whether your cables are working or not?

The Nux NMT1 Multi Tester can test your solderless patch cables and 2.1mm DC power cables for correct connections and shorts - simply plug them into the jacks on either side before your next show and get ahead of any connections that may be on the fritz! When not being used to test cables, the NMT-1 functions as a chromatic tuner, with a large, bright-coloured display that is incredibly easy to read! Last but not least, the NMT1 functions as a pedal current and voltage meter- plug any pedal in and you'll know how much current it really needs! Why let your tuner take up valuable space when it's not doing anything else?

The Tech Features

Brand: Nux

Model: NMT1

lnput voltage range: 9-28V DC

Max current displayed: 2A

Tuning range: A0(27.5Hz)-C8(4186.0Hz)

Tuning mode: Chromatic

Tuning accuracy: ±1 cent

Power: Built-in Li-on battery, charge through USB-C port

Dimensions: 95mm(L)x71mm(W)x30mm(H)

Weight: 125g

Accessories: USB-C charging cable x1, 2.1mm DC cable x1


This product contains a lithium battery.
Orders containing lithium batteries cannot ship via Express or Airfreight.

Reviews (2)

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Just Buy it and stop wasting time

By: on 12 June 2024
If you are reading this (and you are) then you mess about with guitars and therefore, of course, you suffer from G.A.S., which, of course, entails messing about with all the myriad connections always involved in messing about with guitars. Therefore, as you are one of us, then you will, I REPEAT, you WILL need this, use this, be forever thankful that you bought this, will sneer at those who haven't bought this, or will, in a kindly "let me help you along the journey friend" kind of way, tell everyone you know who is a fellow victim of G.A.S. about this, will give another as a gift to those you wish well, etc., etc., etc,........ Stop wasting your time reading this and get Artist Guitars to send you one right NOW!. You neeeeeeed this, but more importantly YOU WANT, WANT, WANT this! Buy! Buy! Buy! Do it! Do it! Do it! You'll be so glad that you did. (read Alan's great detailed review if you're in any doubt) 10 Squillion stars rating!!!!

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We are glad to hear that you are happy with the item. Thank you so much for your review.

Another good-value Nux product

By: on 22 January 2024
First, the short review ….. This Nux NMT1 does what it says on the box — tests your TRS and TS and DC patch power cables, tells you what current your pedals are drawing, serves as a tuner for both guitar and bass, and does it all at a reasonable price. Excellent value! ….. And now for my usual long review ….. CURRENT READER: First, why on earth would you need a current reader? Well, if you’re laying out a more complex pedalboard, and you’re daisy-chaining various pedals — or even if you’re using, say, 100mA or 300mA outlets on a power brick — you need to make sure your pedal groupings don’t exceed the capacity of their power source. It’s probably not a problem with most pedals, since a typical power draw is less than 50mA, but if you have some power-hungry boxes, then knowing those figures is vital. (I have a couple of pedals in the 150-200mA range, and Digitech even has a Synth/Wah that pulls 300mA.) The NMT1 measures up to a whopping 2,000mA (which is w-a-y more than enough!), and across an input voltage of 9V-28V…..CABLE CHECKER: The NMT1 does both TS (mono) and TRS (stereo) – perhaps nothing you can’t also achieve simply by plugging in the cables and giving them a bit of a shake, but good to have that visual confirmation. (Incidentally, I believe it’s a good idea, when doing such a test on the NMT1, to also jiggle the cable to watch for any intermittent issues.) In any case, I have an inviolate rule about cables — if one of them fails a test, or has even the slightest hint of drop-out or static while playing, it goes straight in the bin. Ultra-reliable cabling is simply the cost of doing business, so to speak. The first time your guitar “disappears” from the mix mid-song, you’ll wish you hadn’t economised. ….. TUNER: At +/-1 cent accuracy, it’s not the world’s most accurate, but it does the job. I’ve checked it with both guitar and bass against a Peterson Strobostomp and a Sonic Research ST-200 (both super-accurate) and it’s good enough. Oh, and it even handles the low “B” on a 5-string bass. ….. The NMT1, of course, has an in-built Li-on battery — I haven’t used it long enough to gauge how long a full charge lasts, but I’d expect it to be ages under normal occasional usage.. ….. ACCESSORIES: Comes with a USB charging cable, a DC power cable, and a large instruction sheet that covers everything you need to know. It would be nice if it also came with at least a cheap-and-nasty vinyl case to keep it protected in your gig bag, but, hey, I haven’t marked it down for that omission. ….. Oh, and it’s not a deal-breaker, but just be aware that you CAN’T include this tuner in-line on your rig i.e. unlike your average pedal tuner, you can’t plug your guitar in one side, and then have another lead running out to your amp or other pedals. (That’s obviously because those input and output sockets are dedicated to connecting the two ends of a single TS/TRS cable for testing purposes.) ….. OVERALL: 5 stars for value and functionality and usefulness. ….. As a postcript, I’ll mention that I’ve compared the NMT1 with the well-known Truetone 1Spot Current Reader / Cable Checker, which does some of the same functions, at about the same price. (I also own the 1SPOT.) Frankly, the NMT1 comes out equal, or ahead, on every criterion….. CURRENT READER: Both the NMT1 and the 1Spot came up with about the same result across a variety of pedals, so I’m assuming the NMT1 is reasonably accurate. The NMT1 measures up to 2,000mA, while the 1Spot peaks out at 999mA, so a slight edge for the NMT1, although I reckon it’s extremely unlikely you’ll be testing any pedal higher than 300mA! …..CABLE CHECKER: Again, both the NMT1 and the 1Spot help you check your cables, although the 1SPOT (according to its specs) does only TS (guitar-type) cables, whereas the NMT1 does both TS and TRS, so score an extra point for the NMT1. . ….. TUNER: NMT1 does tuning, 1Spot does not. ….. In short, although I own both, I’d opt for the NMT1.

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Thanks so much for your detailed review! This is very helpful to our customers. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions.

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