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Behringer ULTRABASS BA810 Bass Cabinet
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The Behringer ULTRABASS BA810 is a 2,000 Watt giant, with eight 10" aluminum cone speakers partnered with a 1" horn driver for added midrange definit...Click To Read More About This Product
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Massive bottom end with plenty of punch!
The Behringer ULTRABASS BA810 is a 2,000 Watt giant, with eight 10" aluminum cone speakers partnered with a 1" horn driver for added midrange definition. With the aluminum-cone speakers you get extremely direct and clearly defined attack, lots of punch and incredible transparency.
- Reinforced chamber, front-ported bass cabinet for 2,000 Watts of power handling
- Hard attack aluminum-cone speakers
- Ultra-fast, direct response and incredible attack
- Switchable 1" custom-made horn tweeter for high-end punch
- Unique tweeter remote control via footswitch or BEHRINGER MIDI FOOT CONTROLLER FCB1010
- Input and link outputs on 1/4" TS and professional speaker connectors (compatible to NEUTRIK SPEAKON), impedance 4 Ohms
- Recessed carrying handles and integrated rollers for easy transportation
- Shock-proof metal grille, reinforced corners and rugged carpet covering
- Exceptionally rugged construction for long life and durability
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I needed to be louder in the band in which I was playing, and the speakers that I use did not do the job well enough on their own. You really can't turn them up any more than half way without speaker distortion. I can literally shake the building now where I practice and all I'm running is 600 watts. I keep the volume the same as where I used to, (without speakers distorting) and now I find a happy medium to keep walls from shaking. The tone isn't what other brands offer, but neither is the price. I am extremely pleased with this purchase because of the price and the amount of bass presence it contributes to my bands mix wherever we may be playing. Nobody asks me to turn up anymore, ever!
I bought this 8x10 set up about a year ago and have been fairly pleased with it. For the money you aren't going to get more sound...granted the tonal quality is nothing compared to a G/K (my recording rig) with the right head you can do alot with it. The ported cab is a little boomey for anything other than rock/ alternative/ metal and the tweeter is sub par. Power this rig up with at least 600 watt (matching ohms) or you are going to experience alot of distortion long before you hit max volume. All in all, good buy...I might get another if I can manage to blow this one up.
Just got a brand new one out of the box, fired it up this past weekend, and man is it amazing, incredible price too, only downside is that its really heavy. But its got great sound and great design to make up for that, professional sound when mixed with a proper bass head. Would definitely recommend this bass cab to any serious bassist.
I just got 2 of these cabs and hooked then up to a fender head and that is the sound i have been looking for. I recomend this cab to any volume beast who wants a loud, clean sound for any application.
I use this cab through a variety of heads every week when I play with my church band and it sounds pretty decent for the price. There is the option to turn the horn on or off by switch on the back but having the horn on doesn't do you a lot of good, the highs are way too pronounced and don't blend well with the rest of the mids and lows when the horn is turned on. This cab has a good low tone and gets VERY LOUD. I wouldn't recommend this cab for people who are looking for a good studio cab as you can find much better cabs for the studio (and if you're actually in the studio much you should have the money to buy a decent cab.) But for jamming, or band practice when you DO meet the guitarist that won't turn down (I'm primarily a guitarist, I know how it goes) this is a very good deal for the price.
I have owned this Behringer 8 by 10" bass cabinet for over three years. It has never failed to work, and it works hard. The guitarists use Marshall 1960A and 1960B cabinets with their DSL and TSL's, and my Behringer cabinet is powered with a Behringer 300 watt head. They are amazed that it can actually be louder than their Marshalls, and the sound is very clean, without the effect pedals. This baby can really move the air. I get a lot of comments about the speakers can actually be seen moving. The downside is that the cabinet is made from particle board. The speakers make up for this, though. The tweeter works very well, and there is a separate control for it on the rear of the cabinet. Do not let the price fool you. If you are an intermediate player, I would recommend moving up to this cabinet. I am sure that it will perform well with the 450 watt bass amp head that Behringer has been marketing for the past two years. The 300 watt head is more than adequate. I have had offers from others to trade some of their more expensive equipment for this cabinet, but, I will not part with it. I play a few different basses through it that I own that were made by Fender, Tobias, Epiphone, Warmoth, and custom builders and each one sounds great through this cab. Pick one of these up while they are still available.
My name is Robert Newton jr. I purchaced two half stacks 8-total speakers with the Bx-3000 driver,over 2 years ago,and I have been astonished at the quality of the Behringer products a wall of deep rich tones with clarity and easy quick features,I play all the major clubs, and my rock & roll could be more pronounced than any other large venued amp on the market!!!
When I bought this Cab I wasn't sure on it's ablility. Now I have NO doubts about what this cab can do. The construction is good. the handles are designed so you can move it like a dolly with the wheels on the rear of the cab. And the look of this cab blew me away. the picture doesn't do it any justice. this thing is beautiful. And the fact that it can handle everything you give it is even better. I'm only givin it 450 watts, but it can handle 2,000. I'm upgrading as soon as I get the money saved to a bigger amp. The sound from those 10's and the tweeter is amazing. The only thing I don't like is the fact you need a seperate footswitch for the cab to switch the tweeter on and off. And unless you've got a trailer or truck to hall your gig equipment in this thing weighs in at 200lbs. so good luck haulin it around. Why buy the 4x10 cab with paper cones when for a few more dollars you can get aluminum cones and 4 more 10's and it handles a great deal more watts. Trust me, it's worth it. If your on a budget, need to be heard, and want to upgrade later without incurring more cost, git it. you won't regret it, I assure you.