Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRABASS BA410
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11 August 2011
Summary: I'm not a gigging musician and I don't have a ton of cash but I want that full sound most single speaker cabs just can't produce. I also want affordable quality. I'm running a Berhinger 180w head through it (again money) and there is a ton of head room and no signs of quitting. I gave it a 9 because I don't gig and beat the hell out of it. I have no doubt it would take a beating.
Pros: Solid sound, inexpensive and built like a tank!
Summary: I've owned this cab for 3 years now and have yet had any problems with it. The construcion is not top notch, but is well enough to drive it around and gig with regulary. Over the 3 years a screw fell of from the side of the cab, where it connects with the wheels, but that was repaired quickly. The sound is alright, its not the best cab out there, but is certainly good enough to gig with. The cab is loud.
Summary: This thing rocks! i combinate it with the BA115 and that really kicks butt! but im also tryed it some alone..it dont goes really as deep bass as with the BA115 connected..but it sure deliver some great power!! Im playing with the horn\'s of becuse it suites me better.. and i dont like the high screaming you get with them when you play with overdrive as i nearly always do.. but they are cool when you dont overdrive..
Summary: I bought a BA410, took it home and recorded all day that day, and half way through my recording session noticed a real horrible \"farting\" noise emitting from the upper-right speaker cone when I would hit any frequency around A agressively. Yeah, I definately returned that thing as quick as possible. Could have been a defective unit, could have been a sign of the type of product the company delivers.
Summary: So i own a SWR 350, wich is great. I used to play throug some homemade Celestion cabs, monitor only. Way back in time i had peavey, Ampeg, Dynacord, all the 15 inch types, big heavey, but the Ampeg and Dynacord sounded good. Than i had to use small combo\'s for a few years. Lately I liked the 10 inch sound a lot, but no one with a family can afford the SWR, Ampeg etc. cabinets. It took me long enough to pay for the amplifier!
Pros: good sound and not expensive
Cons: Heavey, needs plank with wheels. Will it last??