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Behringer Ultrabass BA115 600 Watt 1x15 Bass Cabinet
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If you're looking for floor-shaking bottom end, try the Behringer Ultrabass BA115 600 Watt 1x15 Bass Cabinet. Light, ultrastiff aluminum cone speaker...Read More
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Massive low frequency support and crisp attack.
If you're looking for floor-shaking bottom end, try the Behringer Ultrabass BA115 600 Watt 1x15 Bass Cabinet. Light, ultrastiff aluminum cone speaker packs fast response, incredible attack, and solid punch while the switchable 1" horn tweeter gives you as much high-end sizzle as you want. The tweeter also has a unique remote control feature that allows it to be controlled via footswitch or MIDI. Ample power handling (600W) gives you loads of headroom for a wide and rich response.
The heavy-duty cabinet is constructed with reinforced internal speaker chambers, recessed carrying handles, integrated wheels for easy transportation, shockproof metal grille, reinforced corners, and rugged carpet covering. Front-ported for deep bass response. I/O features 1/4" and Speakon connectors. 8 ohms impedance.
- 600W power handling
- 1 - 15" aluminum cone speaker
- Switchable 1" horn tweeter
- Reinforced internal speaker chambers
- Front-ported bass cabinet
- Tweeter remote control via footswitch or MIDI
- 1/4" and Speakon connectors
- 8 ohms impedance
- Recessed carrying handles
- Integrated rollers
- Shock-proof metal grille
- Reinforced corners
Ultrabass BA115 600 Watt 1x15 Bass Cabinet
- Frequency response: 40Hz-16kHz
- Dimensions: 25-4/5"W x 25-4/5"H x 14-2/5"D
- Weight: 71 lbs.
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I bought this cab as a compliment to the BX3000T head. I initially was going to get a 410 cab as well, but it was backordered and I needed an outfit asap, but...Read complete review
I bought this cab as a compliment to the BX3000T head. I initially was going to get a 410 cab as well, but it was backordered and I needed an outfit asap, but I will order the 410 soon. I had an SWR head/cab outfit that I loved, and pretty much figured it was the best tone I could get. WRONG. This cab is amazing. It will rattle the floors and windows, and still give you a clean treble high, with amazing tone, all with headroom to boot. The cab also has a footswithcable tweeter, and built in casters which is a godsend considering the weight of this monster. On that note, Behringer did not skimp on materials building this thing. It is a rock, and comes through in your sound. I'd highly recommend this to anyone with any system, as replacement, or an addition. The price is unbeatable, and coupled with the tweeter/footpedal option, and a BX3000T head, the sonic capabilities of this outfit is limitless, and so is the headroom! It's my first time with aluminum cones, and I was very weary about that, as well as buying a "discount" outfit for my bass. I have a few Behringer rack processors, and a mixer, and was very pleased with the price point, and the sound quality, and based on that, and the reviews, I gave them a try. Since buying the BA115 Cab, and the BX3000T combo, I've sold my SWR system. I also sold my Jazz bass, and purshased the Geddy Lee sig Jazz bass. Some might say that is trading down on all levels, but I couldn't disagree more. I've never been happier with my tone, and I'd gig with this outfit without a backup anyday.
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I bought this cab about a week ago and have used the BX3000T head on it. Now, keep in mind this cab is supposed to handle 600W, and the head only pumps out...Read complete review
I bought this cab about a week ago and have used the BX3000T head on it. Now, keep in mind this cab is supposed to handle 600W, and the head only pumps out 300W. I blew the speaker within the first fifteen minutes of playing with the volume a little over a qaurter of the way. Not to mention the highs sucked bad on this thing. Mids were ok, and it blew when I played lows...........I am very dissapointed in the behringer company, because they usually make decent stuff. I can only hope that my BX3000T can last. Looks like an AMPEG cab is going to be in my near future. I thought I would ignore all the bad feedback on here, and trust the good feedback, hoping that the good feedback was right. It turns out that I should have listened to all the bad reviews on this hunk of junk..........
Reviewed by 29 customers
I have BX4500H head with BA210 & BA115 cabs.Limiter lighter always flashes when I play so I keep the volume down low.The BA115 was replaced 6 months into the warranty, now a further 6 months down the track I find the box has gone again.The braiding has separated from the speaker connection.Behringer gear is all rated at PEAK POWER don't buy unless your expectations are really low.If you can't find spec's on the gear get away from it.I'm going to use the boxes with Eminence speakers.Stuff the Behringer crap.Picked up LH1000 (hartke) lots better.
At a show my Fender head blew up. My Buddie had the Behringer 450W 2X10 combo amp and he let me borrow it and if I liked it he would sell it to me cheap. It's been almost 2 years and I love that amp! I am going to start gigging again and I needed more sound.I purchased the Behringer 1 X15 speaker cabinet and this thing also rocks! The sound is so huge now. I can't believe this thing only cost $200. Even though Behringer stuff is not expensive, the quality of their stuff is amazing. People always ask, "Why Behringer and not something better?". Then I let them listen to it and they are blown away! Just because it is cheap does not mean it sucks. Buy Behringer Bass and not only will you have Kick-Ass sound, but you will save hundreds of dollars, and who doesn't like saving?
I went to my local music store and was looking for my first CAB/HEAD combo. I asked for the cheapest combonation of the two and the guitar salesman pointed me to this one. He let me test it out for 10 minutes and I couldnt believe it was so cheap. I would definetly recommend it to any one. Definetly blows a combo amp out of the water!
I ordered this cab in the first week of July and when I received it the speaker was busted so I returned it and a month later when I got it back It worked really well, I did get the year warranty on it just because of the reviews I read, but I used it at our first show this past weekend and I was rather impressed because I could actually hear myself a lot better with it. The price for this cab is great because you are getting 600 Watts for this price I didn't think that was bad at all!
I bought two of these cabs with the Behringer 450watt head last summer. I got a killer deal, even for how cheap these things are.I play in a metal band that requires massive low end and these cabs do that just fine. The switchable horn is a very cool feature and makes the sound more bright. I was suprised at how responsive the drivers are for being 15s.However, just recently, one of my cab's crossovers fried and I serioulsy doubt these cabs can handle 600 watts. The only reason why I gave these things a 7 in the value column is because they are so cheap they really can't hurt themselves in that department. I am using my Behringer rig until I can afford an Ampeg head and cab. I plan on using the Behringers for practice which I am sure they are well suited for.
Not bad. This is my first big cabinet. And it sufices. At first the horn threw me off. I didn't notice a difference when it was on or off. And it does make a hissing noise. But I guess I keep it on because it does bring the tone out a little. And I suppose at the level of volume you'd be playing the hiss wouldn't be that bothersome. Overall its a decent cabinet. The wheels suck so its hard to lug around, but it'll thump which is good for me. I don't mind having it as my first for something that big for that price.
I was a little weary at first as this cabinet got a lot of mixed reviews. I've owned mine since July and have had no problems. The bottom tones that come out of this cabinet are incredible. I broke my cabinet in slowly by waiting a couple of weeks before playing at a loud level. It gets used almost everyday. I would reccommend this to anyone on a budget.
I bought one last year along with a 300w head of the same brand. I rock it nearly every day and haven't had any problems thus far.The knobs I find a bit squirrelly so sometimes its hard to fine tune it. I especially like the switchable horn feature combined with the aluminum cones as it lends some flexibility to its deep tone.
I bought one of these about 18 months ago, gigged with it but mainly use it for rehearsal. Last week at a gig the speaker failed. The tech tells me that the circuit board inside failed ( a part became unglued and literally fell off). The tech also told me that they fix about 5 per week on average with the same problem SO I might suggest that you do as I did: Buy the extended warranty and get it repaired under warranty. I love this cab though. The speaker has great response. I use it with my Hartke 3500 head, a 2x12" Legion cab and my SWR 2x10". The tone is great, literally thunders, you have to abuse it to blow a speaker. HOwever, beware that there is a commmon problem within the ciruitry - poor glue/ soldering eithin the board.
I thought it would be good because it was cheap, and I liked it in the store. But seriously, just wait and buy something by SWR or Ampeg or Peavey. This thing's really not worth it and CANNOT! handle 600 watts, no shot. It clips with it's own partner the BX4500 less than half way half gain and bass volume three quarter up. Just wait.