Reviews and Problems with Behringer HA400 Microamp 4 Channel Stereo Headphone Amplifier
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Great little amp
Jim in Muncie, B&H Photo
4 October 2014
Excerpt: I have used this amp in my home studio for over four years and it works great with my AKG Monitor 600 ohm phones as well as low impedance ones. It has always presented an accurate image of what the tracks sound like through my speakers; no gain or loss of high or low end and no problem driving four sets simutaneously. Haven't really experienced any negatives thus far.
Excerpt: This product is great. It does exactly what it's supposed to do. Four channels of headphone amplification. It's nothing fancy, but it does it's job and it is extremely inexpensive. Recommended.
Excerpt: I am using the MicroAMP HA400 with my ham radio transceiver so that a second listener can have headphones on at our upcoming outdoor event. Last year, I tried just having two headphones connected through a Y-connector, and that frustrated my companion listener, who was not able to control the volume - I wanted it louder, he wanted it softer. So this small amp will solve the problem at a reasonable cost.
Excerpt: I was recording a few singers in an apartment and needed more headphone outs than what my interface had. I didn't need them to be reference quality, because it was just for tracking. This gave me everything I needed for under $ bucks. Perfect.
Excerpt: I purchased this to drive four sets of Monoprice headphones for tracking in my home studio. It gets incredibly loud without distortion, and every channel works perfectly. The knobs are great, and it seems like a sturdy little thing.
Pros: Clean Sound, Easy To Use, Low price, Unobtrusive