Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRABASS BXL3000
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Keeper of the Low End, B&H Photo
30 January 2012
Excerpt: I play in a rock band at smaller venues. My old 45 watt amp wasn't loud enough to be heard over the drums or guitars so I decided it was a time for a step up. This amp's 300 watts can definetly be heard. At my bands last performence I only had to turn the master volume to 3 in order to be heard.
Summary: This amp is awesome. I've had around 5 bass ambut ps including solid state and tube. Or cabinet/head combos. So far this takes the cake. No feedback no buzzing or humming which is pretty common in combos like this. Do yourself a favor and buy this if you gig.
Summary: Does anyone know what the input voltage rating for Behringer ULTRABASS BXL3000 300-Watt 2-Channel Bass Workstation is? does it have a dual power rating can it be used in africa with 220-240 volts ac?
Summary: This amp is very powerful & has a lot of features. The price I paid was unbeatable ($242). Unfortunately it was too powerful for an apartment. It rattled the floor on the slightest volume. I had to exchange it for the BXL900.
Summary: This is a great amp for my needs. Smooth ordering and quick delivery to my door. I recently purchased the Behringer 300 w keyboard amp and it was so great that I bought the 300 w Bass amp also.
Summary: This amp is intended for live performance in smaller venues. It is loud enough to match the kick drum. It provides a solid deep bass sound. The equalizer is great. Bass players will likely crank up the ultra bass and will set the equalizer to maximize the lowest tones.