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Behringer Ultrabass BA210 500 Watt 2x10 Bass Cabinet

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The rugged Behringer Ultrabass BA210 500 Watt 2x10 Bass Cabinet can really push air. Light, ultrastiff aluminum cone speakers pack fast response, inc...Click To Read More About This Product

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Ultimate attack definition in a nicely portable cabinet.

The rugged Behringer Ultrabass BA210 500 Watt 2x10 Bass Cabinet can really push air. Light, ultrastiff aluminum cone speakers pack 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 (500W) 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.

FEATURES
  • 500W power handling
  • 2 - 10" aluminum cone speakers
  • 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
  • Rugged carpet covering
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Frequency response: 42Hz-16kHz
  • Dimensions: 25-4/5"W x 19-7/10"H x 14-2/5"D
  • Weight: 63 lbs.
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3.0

(based on 19 reviews)

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This cabinet is pretty good, all things considered

Two things right off need to be mentioned about the BA210. One, the componets are assembled in China, and two, the BA210 is an 8 ohm rated cab instead of the implied 4...Read complete review

Two things right off need to be mentioned about the BA210. One, the componets are assembled in China, and two, the BA210 is an 8 ohm rated cab instead of the implied 4 ohms. That said, it is overall made pretty well, although the seams of the covering are a little too apparent for my tastes. I am hoping they don't start to split open from moving the cabinet around. The wheels are a nice feature. One reason I went from a 4X10 to a 2X10 was due to the weight (i can't afford a roadie) and that this one cab takes 500 watts is really something. The only real improvement I would make to it, is to have an adjustable attenuator for the horn instead of the on/off switch. So far, it seems rugged to beat around a bit if neccessary, as the internal framing seems quite sturdy. The corners are fair enough, although not as substantial as Hartke's. If you are looking for lighter cabs to haul around, and want the punch of 10" aluminum drivers, for the money it is hard to go wrong with this cabinet.

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Blown speakers=Blown $$$

I own the 1x15 and the 2x10 cabinets being powered by a G-K Backline 600. Both have crapped out on me in less than a year. One of the 10" speakers has...Read complete review

I own the 1x15 and the 2x10 cabinets being powered by a G-K Backline 600. Both have crapped out on me in less than a year. One of the 10" speakers has seen the aluminum cone entirely seperate from the cloth part of the speaker(exept for a 1" section where the cone actually ripped)! The other 10" is starting to go as well. Doing research, I have found this to be quite a frequent problem with the 2x10 cab. The 1x15 has just stopped working all together. I haven't had this looked at yet but I'm pretty sure it's the board in the back for the 1/4" jack thats fried. This is just terrible seeing as how they only get used once a week for about 3 hours a practice. I Will be replacing speakers with Eminence speakers as the sturdiness of the cabinets are sufficient for my needs. Overall, stay away from Behringer unless it's all you can afford, because you do get what you pay for.

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4.0

Blown Away

By Larry P

from Statesboro, Ga

Purchased the Behringer BA210 & BA115 cabinets inNov. 2005. Paired them with a Peavy Firebass 700 Ialready owned, and from the first use the band & Iwere totally impressed! I never imagined the difference that aluminum cones would make. Behringer has brought real sound quality & reasonable price togather! -Thanks!!!

 
3.0

If you like distorted bass!

By Ragin Rog

from Maryland

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This cabinet just doesn't handle like their 1x15. I have a full Behringer rig, the 300 watt amp and a europower2500 power amp, pushing a behringer 1x15, and the 2x10. The 1x15 is fine, and gives you good bass tones when you need to turn it up, the 2x10 however gets a distorted sound. Sounds like my bass has a distortion pedal hooked up. I would only recommend this amp for practice or small venues, OR if you have a bass with Passive pick ups it should be fine. My bass with active pick ups is just too hot for the little 10's

 
4.0

Surprise cabinet

By Tony--eBwK

from L.A. Calif.

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I stumbled upon the BX300 head at a rehersal studio that supplies equipment for rehersal with my reggae band. Behringer bass equipment was the last thing I would ever buy or use. You get what you pay for right? Well, next day I went out to buy it. While I was at the Guitar center I played it thru the BA210 cab with a nice 5 string. nice sound. So I bought the cab as well as the BX300 head. The next nite I did a Jazz gig with my upright and the following nite a Reggae gig with my electric bass, also added a Ednen cab with a 15" at the raggae gig. This rig handled the gigs. The Jazz gig was on stage at the end of a gym. Good tone and presence. The raggae gig I was pushing air, I was also asked to turn down. The reggae band is a loud band. For the price I can't belive it. I have the expensive Edens, SWR, Ampeg, GK etc... and this rig really did the job for a lot less money. The tone may not be a nice as my Eden but it's not bad. Nice job Mr. Behringer.

 
4.0

Review

By Nick Cat

from Mobile, AL

I have only had this cab for a few weeks, but so far i like it. One thing I really like is the direct out port. It will be nice at gigs that already have a p.a. I only have a Gallien Kruger 125 watt head so i cant really max it out but i like the sound.

 
2.0

the Bearcat is Back with Bad News

By BearcatJoe

from Rosedale, MD

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Well contarary to my initial experience with these cabinets, I'm sad to say that one of my left speakers has developed a razzing noise. I have not opened it up yet, but it's probably blown. In my 35 years of playing bass through Fenders "and Peaveys, and even some home-made stuff, I have never had this happen. I, as well as my musical colleagues, are "mature" musician. Our band does not play loud. The speaker gave out while playing a private party above a bar for about 50 people. I was using only one cabinet with my BX3000T Behringer head. Now I know that this changes the ohmage/wattage, but this exact set-up is illustrated in the Behringer owner's manual. Friends, I repeat - this was not a loud gig. Well, this cabinet is seven months out of warranty, I've used it for less than ten gigs and never for practice. I am terribly dissapointed.

 
1.0

Hideous at best.

By Vakmere

from Phila, Pa

It doesn't get much worse than this. Cheesey speakers, even when paired with the 15" cab. Sounds farty if you try to turn them up to be heard. Poor sound all around. Little clarity even at 400watts, I went out and bought Mesa cabinets. It was worth the extra money.

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1.0

Blown speakers=Blown $$$

By DROCK5972

from Chicago

I own the 1x15 and the 2x10 cabinets being powered by a G-K Backline 600. Both have crapped out on me in less than a year. One of the 10" speakers has seen the aluminum cone entirely seperate from the cloth part of the speaker(exept for a 1" section where the cone actually ripped)! The other 10" is starting to go as well. Doing research, I have found this to be quite a frequent problem with the 2x10 cab. The 1x15 has just stopped working all together. I haven't had this looked at yet but I'm pretty sure it's the board in the back for the 1/4" jack thats fried. This is just terrible seeing as how they only get used once a week for about 3 hours a practice. I Will be replacing speakers with Eminence speakers as the sturdiness of the cabinets are sufficient for my needs. Overall, stay away from Behringer unless it's all you can afford, because you do get what you pay for.

 
2.0

Beware

By Richard V.

from Harrisburg, IL

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I've had pretty good luck with Behringer stuff, until now. Ordered the cabinet because it looked very cost efficient. Three days after receiving it, I was playing at a small bar and the left speaker started rattling. I couldn't believe it, but I had blown a speaker the first time out with the cabinet. Never blown a speaker before, especially on a new cabinet that was supposed to handle 500 watts. The amp couldn't put out that much wattage in it's wildest dreams, and it was a small bar.

 
5.0

Great Value

By Alex

from Kansas City ( in school in Boston)

Ok. I own the Behringer 2x10 combo. I don't like the hiss, and it's heavier than it probably should be. But, that sucker punches. So, over the summer I started doing gigs with a funk/r&b group playin' EWF, and Prince, and good music that everybody should know. I needed some more speaker power, and decided to purchase this one. It was between this one and a GK Goldline 2x10. 1) This cabinet is not too heavy. I can pick it up with one hand. It does have some weight to it, but not to a point to go crazy about. 2) If you plug another head to this cabinet, you will get a better tone than Behringer. I've tried it with a few high-end bass heads, and the tone was crystal clear! I was extremely impressed.3) This cab is VERY inexpensive, AND it can push out 500watts. I think some people may push it more than it can hold, so yes, the speakers might blow. But besides the weight, and crappy wheels, you will NOT find a better cab for this kind of price!

 
4.0

This cabinet is pretty good, all things considered

By realize-Mu_iv

from Standish, MI

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Two things right off need to be mentioned about the BA210. One, the componets are assembled in China, and two, the BA210 is an 8 ohm rated cab instead of the implied 4 ohms. That said, it is overall made pretty well, although the seams of the covering are a little too apparent for my tastes. I am hoping they don't start to split open from moving the cabinet around. The wheels are a nice feature. One reason I went from a 4X10 to a 2X10 was due to the weight (i can't afford a roadie) and that this one cab takes 500 watts is really something. The only real improvement I would make to it, is to have an adjustable attenuator for the horn instead of the on/off switch. So far, it seems rugged to beat around a bit if neccessary, as the internal framing seems quite sturdy. The corners are fair enough, although not as substantial as Hartke's. If you are looking for lighter cabs to haul around, and want the punch of 10" aluminum drivers, for the money it is hard to go wrong with this cabinet.

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