Reviews and Problems with Behringer HA400 Microamp 4 Channel Stereo Headphone Amplifier
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Good quality, Seems well made
PixelPusher, B&H Photo
19 June 2015
Excerpt: Bought this small headphone amp to use exclusively with computers, as all of my workstations (used for web design, graphic design and photography) have feeble audio output - not enough to drive a decent headset to sufficiently loud levels.
Pros: Easy To Use, Improves Sound Quality, Improves System Function, Saves Time, Versatile
Excerpt: As a beginner podcaster I didn't want to spend a fortune. This amplifier fits the bill. It's small and wasn't expensive. It comes with an AC plug but you have to provide the audio out/headphone cable that comes from either your mixer, recorder, or computer into the amplifier.
Excerpt: The product was as advertised and very easy to use. It was exactly as expected and described. As a low cost alternative, it excelled. However, I need it to be powerful as well to give me adequate monitoring during live performances.
Pros: Easy To Use, Improves System Function, Saves Time
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...
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...
Excerpt: good, but could have different connections for energy. I'm also having trouble to hear both channels (L & R), only one works. but I will see if the problem is the cable that connects the mixer to the device