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Behringer Ultrabass BX4410 450W 4x10" Combo
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Powerful and packed with features, the ULTRABASS BX4410A 450W, front-ported bass combo has 4 - 10" speakers and a switchable 1", custom-made horn twe...Click To Read More About This Product
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Power, punch, and flexible sound-shaping controls.
Powerful and packed with features, the ULTRABASS BX4410A 450W, front-ported bass combo has 4 - 10" speakers and a switchable 1", custom-made horn tweeter. Behringer's 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 monitoring. 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.
Powerful 450W bass workstation with front-ported bass cabinet
4 -10" speakers
Custom-made 1" horn tweeter for ultimate cut
Recessed carrying handles and integrated rollers for easy transport
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 ultimate volume without distortion
Vintage-style VU meter for precise signal level control
Separate headphone output”perfect for quiet practicing
Balanced XLR DI for direct connection to your mixing console
Included dual footswitch for ULTRABASS and Shape functions
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" jack and professional speaker connectors (compatible to Neutrik® Speakon®)**
Integrated limiter and active, temperature-controlled cooling system for ultimate protection
Ultra-rugged power supply with toroidal transformer for highest power reserves
High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
** Neutrik® and Speakon® are registered trademarks of their respective owners and are not affiliated with BEHRINGER®
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I've been playing in a six piece band for a year and a half now. we've played all over the state and I've been lugging around an old carvin cabinet that I've had over the last 10 years and it has been on it's last legs for a long time. Our band currently uses Behringer for a majority of our sound equipment(mains, subs, crossovers, compressors, eq's, studio mixer, etc.)and my fellow band mates were telling me I should look for a new amp. So I went with a name we've been trusting for along time. I got the ULTRABASS BX4410 about a month ago and it plays great. It's really affordable and it allows for easy hookup with the direct out built in( some amps I've had those aren't worth using). and I can hear myself without cranking so loud the rest of the band is complaining. Thank God they put wheels on it! It's heavy, but I'd rather suffer for 5 minutes and sound great for four hours. I'm sure someone will find a use for the ultrabass, but I for one can't utilize it. Our crossover system is already using ultrabass technology and it sounds great! I can't say the same for the bass amp though. Save it for the 18" subs I guess. Other than that the EQ and Shape controls are easy and effortless to use. I hope I don't have to buy another amp for another ten years, This ones great.
So far I've seen that most reviews have been bad for the behringer gear lol. But I have owned the 2x10 version of this combo amp for about a year or so. Stage volume, pretty well max at all times. So far the amp has been holding up great! sounds great & Still intact. The only flaw I have found in this amp was the inputs which pretty well fell off. but nothing that cant be fixed with superglue.
I just got the ultrabass bx4410 combo, and I am very happy with it. I have owned 5 combo amps and I can say wiyh complete confedince that the UB bx4410 is the best combo amp I have ever played. The amp has plenty of power,and sound.I play in a seven piece band and we play mostly funk and rock and yes we are loud and for the first time all I had to do was roll one box in plug in and not have to battle with trying to hear myself. The amp sounds great and I have plenty of head room I love it.
Make no mistake, this amp will sound great when you take it out of the box and plug it in. The problem is the quality of the speakers, and the tendency from them to blow on even normal volume. Be especially if your bass has an active EQ. The highs are also tough to get heard over full band, and I wasn't blown away by the 'sound-shaping' features. It is HEAVY too, and the wheels always help. Overall, I wish I would have gone with a more reliable brand, which is what everyone told me after buying this one.
I purchased this amp a few years ago, within the first few weeks a speaker cone came unglued and had to be repaired. It is extremely heavy but pretty durible and can withstand constant loading and unloading. The tone isn't great and the features are garbage and you'll never get that nice ampeg tone out of it, of course that's why its the price that it is. If you're in a band just looking for power at an affordable price, this is the amp for you. If you're looking for tone, I would recommend saving your money and getting an ampeg 1 15 combo. Also, if you do decide to buy this, I recommend that you purchase the head and cab seperately, its easier to load and move around.
This amp is an amazing buy for the price. If you want power, this has got it. If you want tone, you can tweak this in order to get anything you want. If for some bizarre reason this isn't loud enough for you, it has both a mic hookup out to directly hook up to PA's, or an extra line out in the back. It is way more than enough power for even the loudest practices, and can run you up all the way through decent sized gigs. So would I recommend this amp. The price is too perfect to ignore...try to find a 4-10" for anywhere near this price...I dare you.
I tried this amp and owned it for about a week, maybe two. It had a nice sound, however the high end was very unherd. The biggest issue is the problem with the speakers. After the two weeks of owning it, one of the speakers blew, and it blew on low volume as well. This amp will ruin itself, even on low volume (it may take a while). Save yourself the time, money, and frustration. Don't buy this amp.
A few years ago I took a chance and bought a Behringer P.A. system. The system is loud, dependable, and rugged. I'm amazed at the effort people make to put down Behringer gear. Face it, people, China is making just about everything nowadays. The design is pure German engineering (Porche?) and Chinese efficiency. Anyway, I played one of these in Salem Oregon and was astounded by the power and tone. You cannot touch this amp for it's bang for buck value. Of course the thing weighs a ton, but that's why you have bandmates! I recently bought some more Behringer equipment and was very happy with the monitors I got. They were 99 bucks each and were LOUD! So, if you can get over the stigma of needing a brand name amp, and you're good, the people you work with will appreciate you for your wise spending purchase and will appreciate the MONSTER low end thump this BEAST puts out. Buy it, you'll like it!
Ever heard the expression "you get what you pay for." well that's pretty much it. Sure its a BIG amp and has a reasonable amount of power, but the tone isn't the best. Countless times i have messed with the knobs and still I couldn't find the tone that I was looking for. If you looking for an amp that can be heard over drums and still find the tone your looking for I would suggest buying and amp a little more pricey.