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Behringer Ultrabass BX4210A 450W 2x10" Aluminum Cone Bass Combo   

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A potent bass amp with mids that bring your music out loud and clear!

Powerful and packed with features, this truly affordable 450W bass workstation with a front-ported cabinet loaded with 2 - 10" hard attack aluminum-cone speakers and a custom-made 1" horn tweeter for high-end punch. It delivers big sound but not at the expense of definition. Patented Dynamizer technology gives you the ultimate punch, and the switchable Ultrabass subharmonics processor delivers stunning low-end power. There is a dedicated 5-band EQ with Deep, Bright and Shape functions for creative sound shaping. A musical opto-limiter assures problem-free high-volume levels without distortion, and you also get a vintage-style VU meter for precise signal level control. The connectivity options include 3 speaker outputs on 1/4" jacks and a professional speaker connector. A dual footswitch for Ultrabass and Shape functions is included.

FEATURES
  • Powerful 450W Bass Workstation with front-ported bass cabinet
  • 10" aluminum-cone speakers
  • Custom-made 1" horn tweeter for clear highs
  • Recessed carrying
  • handles and integrated rollers for easy transportation
  • Patented* Dynamizer technology for ultimate punch and to capture every nuance of your playing
  • Switchable Ultrabass sub-harmonics processor for unbelievable low-end power
  • Dedicated 5-band EQ with Deep, Bright and Shape functions for awesome sound shaping
  • Musical opto-limiter for volume without distortion
  • Vintage-style VU meter for precise signal level control
  • Balanced XLR DI for direct connection to your mixing console
  • Tuner function and Line Output for additional flexibility
  • FX Insert for external effects devices (stomp boxes, rack effects, etc.)
  • 3 speaker outputs on 1/4" jacks and professional speaker connector (compatible to Neutrik Speakon)
  • Integrated limiter and active, temperature-controlled cooling system for ultimate protection
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4.1

(based on 56 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Don't be fooled by the negative reviews!!!!

While there is no arguing that Behringer decided to put in speakers that can't handle the amps power this is still a great amp for the price and let me explain why. I own...Read complete review

While there is no arguing that Behringer decided to put in speakers that can't handle the amps power this is still a great amp for the price and let me explain why. I own several Behringer products with which I am very happy with but their manual are difficult to read to put it nicely. Anyways after using it for a month at a gig I noticed that the speakers kept on overloading because has a clip light that warns you. I went back and read the manual and it says that the bass signal should peak at 12 o'clock on sound level dial on the top left of the unit. I have a passive 5 string Cort bass and after tweeking the gain to the highest setting and putting the output to around 8 or 9 o'clock I have never had a problem again. I've been playing at a small bar in a three piece and have never had to turn it up louder than that because it just has a ton of power. Anyone who doesn't read that important section in the manual and just cranks the gain and the output knobs way up is probable going to ruin the speakers. It is a strange quirk to have on an amp but if you dial it in right you won't have any problems. Great quality amp for the price. Fellow musicians are shocked at the quality of the sound for the price.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

theres no 210 on earth that can handle 450 watts

I was over at a friends house and they had one of these in his shed where our band practices. First thing I noticed was it was all pulled apart the grill was pulled...Read complete review

I was over at a friends house and they had one of these in his shed where our band practices. First thing I noticed was it was all pulled apart the grill was pulled off and somewhere in a corner. I asked him if it worked and he just said no. Apparently it had been in the back of a truck and tipped over and water completely filled the head unit of the amp. Next thing I asked was what the heck happened to it. Him and his friends had been throwing tennis balls at it because they didn't think it was worth anything. The kid who bought it had the warrenty and had it replaced like 2 or 3 times because it kept breaking. Well I sat down and pulled the head unit out and took it home after telling him that these crappy brands like crate and behringer all have the electronics put together by machines and the only human interaction these things get before they're put out for sale is to see if they turn on and if the thing gets wet theres basically nothing to hurt in it. Turns out I was right; the main reason it didn't work was the cab part of this amp was blown to hell. I have it plugged into a separate cab and the head works beautifully. I'm still figureing out why you have to hit buttons to turn on the eq but you never know maybe behringer had a secret when they made it. I honestly think behringer has two options get rid of their warrantys or make it right the first time. Either way they're loosing money with the way they're working it now

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Don't be fooled by the negative reviews!!!!

By maya man

from three rivers, ca

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While there is no arguing that Behringer decided to put in speakers that can't handle the amps power this is still a great amp for the price and let me explain why. I own several Behringer products with which I am very happy with but their manual are difficult to read to put it nicely. Anyways after using it for a month at a gig I noticed that the speakers kept on overloading because has a clip light that warns you. I went back and read the manual and it says that the bass signal should peak at 12 o'clock on sound level dial on the top left of the unit. I have a passive 5 string Cort bass and after tweeking the gain to the highest setting and putting the output to around 8 or 9 o'clock I have never had a problem again. I've been playing at a small bar in a three piece and have never had to turn it up louder than that because it just has a ton of power. Anyone who doesn't read that important section in the manual and just cranks the gain and the output knobs way up is probable going to ruin the speakers. It is a strange quirk to have on an amp but if you dial it in right you won't have any problems. Great quality amp for the price. Fellow musicians are shocked at the quality of the sound for the price.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

In All Honesty

By Keric Ympe

from Windsor, Ontario, Canada

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Just like almost everyone elses reviews, I too blew the speakers. Both of them in 2 days... Then again 2 monthes later with a new pair. The speakers are crap, those no doubt about it, but the amp has some pretty cool features and it sounds good to me. The D.I. makes live play easy if you wanna go through a P.A.. I'm a Bass Specialist for a music store, and I spoke directly with Eminence about my amp. If you wanna replace the speakers with something thats really gonna hold up, get Eminence Legend BP102's. The amp with sold golden after that.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

not horrible

By dontcare234

from Leftwich, NE

I've had this amp for about 3 years now and I'm quickly beginning to lose interest in it. For the first year it help up nicely, did everything I needed. About a year and a half in the left sub started to rattle. A couple months later it totally blew out. The speakers can't come close to being able to handle the power of the head.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

a good practice amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Now dont get me wrong, I like this amp, and if youre playing just by yourself or something, it's a great, affordable amp. I havn't been playing bass for long (like 2 or 3 years) so this was my first "real" amp...or so i thought. I had not been playing very loud because all of my neighbors are cranky old people, but when i started getting into a band with my friends, and playing louder,i noticed some things.1. You cant play loud on this thing. It will break.2. The high end buzzes, and the ultra bass wont work below a low f.3. The parts are lame. The electronics are super weak. The speakers blow on a regular basis.So, in conclusion, do not buy this amp.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

theres no 210 on earth that can handle 450 watts

By Coolhairtothemax

from J-Town Arkansas

I was over at a friends house and they had one of these in his shed where our band practices. First thing I noticed was it was all pulled apart the grill was pulled off and somewhere in a corner. I asked him if it worked and he just said no. Apparently it had been in the back of a truck and tipped over and water completely filled the head unit of the amp. Next thing I asked was what the heck happened to it. Him and his friends had been throwing tennis balls at it because they didn't think it was worth anything. The kid who bought it had the warrenty and had it replaced like 2 or 3 times because it kept breaking. Well I sat down and pulled the head unit out and took it home after telling him that these crappy brands like crate and behringer all have the electronics put together by machines and the only human interaction these things get before they're put out for sale is to see if they turn on and if the thing gets wet theres basically nothing to hurt in it. Turns out I was right; the main reason it didn't work was the cab part of this amp was blown to hell. I have it plugged into a separate cab and the head works beautifully. I'm still figureing out why you have to hit buttons to turn on the eq but you never know maybe behringer had a secret when they made it. I honestly think behringer has two options get rid of their warrantys or make it right the first time. Either way they're loosing money with the way they're working it now

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Bugera

By watchduck

from west coast

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I used to discount all the folks griping about the Bulgera speakers blowing out. NOW I KNOW. They are junk. Three months with the amp and external speaker arrays for the show was great but when I jammed at a friends house at low power they smoked before my eyes. I can't believe the poor quality. I suggest you do not buy this product until Behringer loads the the amp with celestion or Eminience. Or buy the amp and expect your life to halt while you wait for new speakers.

 
2.0

Great tone, poor everything else

By Now Hooked on Gallien-Kreuger

from Ontario, Canada

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This combo had great tone, if you could get past the constant hiss from the speakers. Unfortunately within 2 years the speakers fell apart, literally fell apart, aluminum cones can not handle any temperature changes, as well they can not handle the power of the head. If you like the sound and flexibillity of Behringer heads, make sure you invest in a cabinet that can handle it. Definately an amp that sounded great for a while, but fell apart quickly.

 
5.0

Foot note on the 4210a

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Whether you have a lot of bucks or not, this is worth the investment. Warm the 10's gently for a couple of days playing and go forth with no fear; they will hold up. I use the 10's for bar gigs but I use 2/12's and a folded 18 for anything else. 450 watts.... you can hold your own and not strain the PA.

 
5.0

A mushroom cloud!

By Judah-OFvtp

from Boise ID

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Ok people, listen up!I own this cab. I will tell you there is no other cab on the market that can compete with this amp.The first time I plugged my bass into it the windos rattled and one almost cracked.I recomend this bass cab to anyone whis serious about their music! For the price and the sound you will get you caint beat it! Before warned! if you crank it all your neighbors will see is a mushroom cloud where your home once stood, its that powerfull I LOVE IT!

 
4.0

Great amp...not so great speakers...

By mrall

from Austin, TX

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This amp sounds brilliant! There is NOTHING in this price range that can touch it. I use the combo for rehearsals and stack it on top of a Behringer BA-115 cabinet for gigs. The one gripe I have is about the speakers. The Bugera speakers sound OK but the 10s just can't handle 450 watts. I replaced the 10s with Eminence Beta 10's and the difference was amazing! I recommend this amp to anyone who wants a great bass amp for an awesome price.

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