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Behringer Ultrabass BA410 1000W 4x10 Bass Cabinet
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The Behringer ULTRABASS BA410 1000W 4x10 Bass Cabinet has light, ultra-stiff aluminum cone speakers for fast response, incredible attack, and solid p...Click To Read More About This Product
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Precise aluminum-cone attack and big, in-your-face bass tone.
The Behringer ULTRABASS BA410 1000W 4x10 Bass Cabinet has light, ultra-stiff aluminum cone speakers for fast response, incredible attack, and solid punch. 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 (1,000W) 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. The cab is front-ported for deep bass response. I/O features 1/4" and Speakon connectors. 4 ohms impedance.
- 1,000W power handling
- 4 - 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
- 4 ohms impedance
- Recessed carrying handles
- Integrated rollers
- Shockproof metal grille
- Reinforced corners
Ultrabass BA410 1000W 4x10 Bass Cabinet
- Frequency response: 40Hz-16kHz
Dimensions: 25-4/5"W x 28-1/5"H x 16"D
Weight: 102 lbs.
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A Thumper's Dream
I just purchased this cab and I power it up with the BX4500H by Behringer. What an awesome pair! I had the 4x10 Behringer cab with the the paper cone speakers, but that...Read complete review
I just purchased this cab and I power it up with the BX4500H by Behringer. What an awesome pair! I had the 4x10 Behringer cab with the the paper cone speakers, but that didn't work out to well (the 1st one was delivered with a busted speaker, the replacement cab lasted for a few weeks before one of its speakers began to rattle). Therefore, I chose to go with the cab with the aluminum cone speakers. The aluminum cones on this baby seem to be sturdier than the paper cones at high volumes, and the fast attack of the amp is perfect for today's styles (slappin' and poppin'). The ultrabass feature creates interesting tones that are perfect for "lead" bass or sizzling solos. Warning: Do not use the ultrabass feature at a very high volume or with the cab EQ'd with maximum bass. I haven't done it but it would surely bust a speaker or two. If you play strictly jazz, opt for the paper cones because they'll give you that smooth, understated response. However, it you want the sizzle of today's pop, R&B, rap, and contemporary jazz styles, then this is the cab for you.Overall, this is a great cab for most applications (garage rehearsals, nightclubs, churches, small arenas, etc). I would have to hear it in a large arena to comment on its effectiveness there.
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I thought this would be a good value for higher SPL venues. Wrong!!! The third time used there was a speaker rattling sound. Upon inspection I noticed that the aluminum cone had...Read complete review
I thought this would be a good value for higher SPL venues. Wrong!!! The third time used there was a speaker rattling sound. Upon inspection I noticed that the aluminum cone had come loose from the edge spider. Seeing no other choice, and since this was the start of a three hour gig, I had my sound guy disconnect and remove the faulty 10 incher. Not half way through the first set another speaker takes a dump. By the end of the gig several speakers had failed...all the same problem...the aluminum cone breaking from the flex edge spider. Powered with a Behringer 300 watt head - which I dig. But, all in all, a horrible experience - that my band mates handled much better than I !!! The speakers are manufactured in Malaysia and are crap although the cab is well constructed. Trust me...stay away !!! Caveat Emptor...
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I have 2 of these, I have to say they have worked well for me. As for quality I must have been lucky, or the new runs of these are not as good as the old. They have been to burning man, and several parties where they were uses as sub woofers. Crown 602XLS is used to drive both cabinets.When not at parties I use these with a SWR550x to play bass on. 1000w is probably about 4x what you should use to drive these things. The SWR is 550 watts and is to much for two of these cabinets if pushed. They sound good as subs if you use a crossover to cut off over 140hz. They are a lot of speaker for the price if you get one that holds together. If your looking for a cheap bass cab this is it. If you want to do anything serious with these forget it.
I've owned one of these along with the behringer matching bass head for 4 years now. The wattage this thing puts out is not nearly 1000 watts... personally I think it would break around 250. After owning mine for about a year or so it started buzzing and sounding like garbage, and it turned out one of the cone's linings came loose. Well I fixed that, but now it sounds like garbage again. All the speakers need to be replaced, and that costs more than this thing costs new. Don't waste your time or your money on this thing. It's not worth it.
I played this cab for five weeks and I have one driver left. If you take half the purchase price and throw it in the garbage, you'll be money ahead.
I bought this bass cabinet about a year ago and when I bought it, it sounded incredible. Tons of wattage to handle any tone I wanted to play with. about a month the top right speaker blew. I found this really weird considering that the head I was playing through (GK BackLine 600) only puts out a max of 300 watts. Within another 3-4 weeks two more cones blew. So much for 1000 watts. Behringer is good price for a crappy product. Don't waste your time.
lots of people have been saying the speakers break easily, but mine have been keeping up quite well. my behringer 450 Watt head works well with it. i play a schecter studio 6 string bass, and i use a digitech bp200 pedal, and i am very enthusiastic with my set up right now. this cab has lots of high end, which i love, i'm in a funk band, and the other bassist uses an ampeg 115, but is jealous of my glorious BA410. i've even had someone a singer in my brother's band use my amp without asking, and everything is just as good as ever, no breakage!
Our bass player bought this less than a year ago and the day after he bought it, the top right speaker blew, then about 3 months later the bottom right blew, and now the cab sounds like dog poo, I just want to warn everyone that this cab is junk, don't waste your money, buy a Kustom or something else.
I play in a band 24/7 over three states. This amp sounds good out of the box, but fails to hold up even under the most gentle of conditions. This is a bad investment, and not worth a penny.
I just recently bought this cab along with the Ultrabass head. I was considering buying the 220 watt Ampeg 115 combo but that combo didn't have the tone or power I was looking for. The Ultrabass feature on the head is amazing and I would recommend this cab to anyone looking for a REAL amp with high tone quality.
I had the speakers on this cabinet replaced three times. Don't waste your time with this one, and get the paper cone version instead. Don't get me wrong it sounds fantastic at first until all the speakers start cracking. Luckily Behringer did try to screw me and they sent me the paper cone version plus another item to make up for the cost. The paper version has more wattage anyway.
I am a worikin musician playing every weekend (usually all three nights). I was very impressed with the sound for the price. The first night I played it worked perfectly. The second night a speaker blew. I got that fixed and the next gig another speaker blew. I never had the volume over 4 on the Behringer 450w. Ultrabass Head. The sound is great, but the quality is very poor. If you gig at all, this is not for you.