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Behringer Bxd3000h

4/5, 4 from 1 review
Nice price point
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Recent Reviews

  1. lark_z
    Nice bass at good price
    4/5, 4 out of 5, reviewed Aug 9, 2022
    Sound:
    4.00/5,
    Build Quality:
    3.00/5,
    Features:
    4.00/5,
    Feel:
    3.00/5,
    Value:
    5.00/5,
    Pros
    • + Price, Compression, Footswitch
    Cons
    • - Size, Ultrabass
    Well, I finally resolved my 'smoky' TC BAM200 issue with Sweetwater and had store credit to use. I am one cheap bast**d, so the next on the price point list was the Behringer Class D. I've had it for maybe a week and a half. Note that my knowledge of amps would not fill a thimble. Bedroom player here with a bit of 'getting with the neighbors' to jam. The Ampeg BA108 just can't cut it for more than a tame electric guitar.

    - 300 watts (yeah right) at 4 ohms, 180 watt at 8.

    Pros:
    - Sounds great through my shop built BFM Jack Lite 10. First taste for me of what a real amplified bass should sound like. Love it.
    - Nice and loud for my needs.
    - Two channel footswitch is handy. I'm using it to switch to a bit less volume for pick play vs. fingerstyle.
    - 7 band EQ seems to work well. Wish I knew what I was doing here.
    - Compressor seems to work well.
    - AUX input which some of the small Class D's do not have.
    - Weight. Can't be more than 10 lbs.

    Cons:
    - The size is easily 5X that of the BAM200. You're not going to sling this into a small gig bag.
    - ULTRABASS feature is not much, if any, use. Featured to 'add an octave below'. No way, might be a fifth. Just adds crappy mud. Other reviewers have noted the same.
    - FBQ feature to 'show the EQ bands you're playing in'. This is a switch next to the EQ which changes the EQ slider LEDs to show the processed signal frequencies. All I see is a bit of flicker at 63 and 160 Hz and even then I have to turn off the lights and squat in front of them to see it.
    - Nit picky, but I find the handle only on one end to be odd. It's always NOT on the side you reach for, LOL.
    Price Paid:
    229

Head Details

  1. Power:
    300 watts at 4 ohm, 180 watts at 8 ohms
    Weight:
    8 lb
    Size:
    18 x 9 x 5 inch
    Inputs:
    Instrument, AUX
    Outputs:
    Speaker, Line
    EQ / Controls:
    7 band
    Price:
    229
    Features:
    Compression, Ultrabass
    Behringer
    Class D
    300 watts at 4 ohm, 180 watts at 8 ohm
    AUX in
    Footswitch
    Compression
    Ultrabass
    DI out
    Effect Send/Return
    Line Out

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