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Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier  

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The Behringer Ultratone KT108 is a super-compact 2-channel, 15-Watt keyboard amp. It's perfect for keyboards, vocals, drum machines, or wherever a sm...Read More

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      OVERVIEW

      Versatile, compact, and portable 2-channel keyboard amplifier.

      The Behringer Ultratone KT108 is a super-compact 2-channel, 15-Watt keyboard amp. It's perfect for keyboards, vocals, drum machines, or wherever a small sound system is needed. Behringer's VTC Virtual Tube Circuitry lends the KT108 tube-like sound, and a separate headphone output is provided for those times when you need to keep it quiet. Use it as a practice amp and play with accompaniment via the CD input or take it with you whenever small size is crucial. Its powerful 20W dual-cone 8" speaker provides a wide frequency response appropriate for an amp with such a variety of possible applications. Included is a dedicated 3-band EQ for the ultimate in no-frills sound shaping.

      FEATURES
      • 2-channel keyboard amplifier
      • 15W
      • 8" dual-cone speaker
      • 2 instrument inputs with separate volume control for each channel
      • VTC Virtual Tube Circuitry for tube-like sound
      • 3-band EQ
      • CD input
      • Separate headphone output

      Two channels of bedroom or practice space amplification that's super affordable! Order now!

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      BehringerUltratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier
       
      4.5

      (based on 13 reviews)

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      of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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      • Easy to use (5)
      • Portable (4)

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          Most Liked Positive Review

           

          Terrific value for money

          This amp is practically noiseless, lightweight, and powerful for the price, which is about half the price of comparable products from other vendors. It does exactly what you want a keyboard amp to...Read complete review

          This amp is practically noiseless, lightweight, and powerful for the price, which is about half the price of comparable products from other vendors. It does exactly what you want a keyboard amp to do: it makes whatever signal is fed to it louder, with little to no added coloration. The most important limitation from a keyboard player's point of view is the 8" speaker, which is not large enough to reproduce very low bass frequencies with any authority. But any keyboard amp with an 8" speaker will have the same limits on performance. If your music demands a lot of volume for bass-heavy material, buy a keyboard amp with a 10" or 12" speaker instead of this.There are a few other limitations worth mentioning: the amp has no line-out (though it does have a headphone out jack), no built-in effects, and no effects loop. At this price point, it's not reasonable to expect built-in effects, and in any case multi-effects units are very reasonably priced now. I run a Digitech RP350 multi-effects unit in front of this amp, and the two make a terrific combination. Summary: solid build quality, excellent sound quality for the size, noise-free operation, and a very competitive price. I own several other amps in various size and price ranges, and this one offers value for money as good or better than any of them. Highly recommended.

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          Muddy Muddled Sounding

          I normally have good luck with Behringer products, including another of their keyboard amps (K900FX), but I've never really been happy with my KT108. It goes plenty loud enough for a practise...Read complete review

          I normally have good luck with Behringer products, including another of their keyboard amps (K900FX), but I've never really been happy with my KT108. It goes plenty loud enough for a practise amp, sure, but the sound is muddy. No matter which way I turn the EQ dials, the bass notes are poorly defined, the highs sound fuzzy, and the mids seem grainy. I'm normally a poor judge of sound quality, but it's just obvious in this case. I still keep this amp around, though, since the dual inputs in a unit of this size are convenient when I travel (not gigging) and can't take the larger K900FX with me. Can't recommend the KT108, though.

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          4.0

          Does the job

          By David G

          from Jupiter, Florida

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          Pros

          • Easy to Use
          • Portable

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Drum Warm Up
            • Keyboard Amp
            • Learning

            Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

            I just need something that sounded better than my Yamaha P80 keyboard internal speaker and something I could use with my Yamaha DX400 electronic drums. Works great with the keyboard. Does the job with the drums even though it doesn't sound realistic. For that you need to spend 2x as much. The problem is that the bass drum sounds like a flap and the rest of the drums and cymbols work well enough to practice but don't come close to sounding like it does in my Sony Professional headset (even if the Sony doesn't excel with the bass drum either, for that the AT50 might be better). I like that it has two channels and I just leave my keyboard and drums plugged in there for practice. It's smaller than I thought. About a foot or so high and 3-4 inches deep. Very nice an portable. Sounds slightly better than my Klipsch portable ipod speakers. My good studio monitors didn't do an exceptional job either. So for the price this does the trick for me. When I want to record my electronic drums I link into Addictive Drums with a USB and use this for fast warm ups and fun. Good cheap utility speaker which as someone else said can be used as a computer speaker too. I should have used a coupon or something because I think it should be priced about 15 percent lower. Does the job, so no complaints. Might get tired with the slappy bass noise when playing the drums but for now it's ok.

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            5.0

            Great Little Amp

            By TJ

            from Georgia

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            Pros

            • Easy to Use

            Cons

            • None

            Best Uses

            • Practice

            Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

            I needed a small amp for practice. I sometimes do a multi keyboard solo gig with a SR16 drum machine. Having 2 instrument inputs covered the keyboards. The input for CD didn't seem to mind when I plugged the SR16 into it. This saves me from having to set up my whole PA rig just to work up some tunes.
            I also do music with kids at my church. I use the amp with a digital piano and it's nice not to have to lug a big amp from room to room. (I even use it with the piano for backyard campfires.) The digital piano sounds great through it and I would say the volume matches the volume of an acoustic studio or spinet piano.
            The amp is surprisingly loud, but I wouldn't try to gig with it. It doesn't have booming bass but I wasn't expecting that. For what I needed, a small amp with a clean sound, this is perfect. Don't expect it to do more than is was made to do.

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            4.0

            Nice little amp

            By trekken

            from Amherst VA

            About Me Novice

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            Pros

            • Easy to Use
            • Portable

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment

              Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

              Got this to play cds through and lead children in singing. Should be ideal.

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              5.0

              Great product, features and value

              By n2fz

              from NJ

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              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Portable
              • Realistic Sound

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

                  Small, lightweight, great sound reproduction. I use it for practice and as a speaker for my computer.

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                  4.0

                  decent little monitor

                  By Jonathan

                  from Alabama

                  About Me Experienced

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy to Use
                  • Portable

                  Cons

                  • Unrealistic sound

                  Best Uses

                  • Learning

                  Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

                  This little amp is actually a decent buy for the money, just like most of Behringer's products. It does need more bass for more realism, but as a side-set keyboard monitor in a church setting (where the keyboard is running through the system) it does okay...

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                  (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier

                  By Hans Huther

                  from Texas

                  Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

                  Using this amp with my Nord Piano88 gives a much more natural piano sound reproduction than using much more expensive amplifiers. I chose this unit because it features the virtual tube circuitry which my small Behringer mixer features also. Because the amplification sounded so much better going thru the mixer to an amp while playing the piano led me to buy the KT108 and it has prooven to be just what I needed. It can be turned up plenty loud but I use it in my home and have to turn the volume way down. I highly recommend this unit for home and smaller surroundings.

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                  (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Terrific value for money

                  By lightninrick

                  from Newtown, CT

                  Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

                  This amp is practically noiseless, lightweight, and powerful for the price, which is about half the price of comparable products from other vendors. It does exactly what you want a keyboard amp to do: it makes whatever signal is fed to it louder, with little to no added coloration. The most important limitation from a keyboard player's point of view is the 8" speaker, which is not large enough to reproduce very low bass frequencies with any authority. But any keyboard amp with an 8" speaker will have the same limits on performance. If your music demands a lot of volume for bass-heavy material, buy a keyboard amp with a 10" or 12" speaker instead of this.There are a few other limitations worth mentioning: the amp has no line-out (though it does have a headphone out jack), no built-in effects, and no effects loop. At this price point, it's not reasonable to expect built-in effects, and in any case multi-effects units are very reasonably priced now. I run a Digitech RP350 multi-effects unit in front of this amp, and the two make a terrific combination. Summary: solid build quality, excellent sound quality for the size, noise-free operation, and a very competitive price. I own several other amps in various size and price ranges, and this one offers value for money as good or better than any of them. Highly recommended.

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                  (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  great sound small price

                  By zdoog

                  from CT

                  Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

                  I finally bought a amp for my dm5 pro drum kit was using my 3000$ stereo system carefully til now. WOW i played my drum kit more the first time i pluged in the kt108 than i did when i first got the kit. it just brought the drum kit to life amazing for the money i recommend tweeking the EQ for best sound balance when using drum kits, this is my 4th amp though guitar amps so i have some experience. it makes my kit feel like a real set for the first time. i did notice also if you have 2 channels on your drum kit plug then into both channels on the k108 for even better sound dont go mono. only complaint and not really for the money cd input so far doesnt seem loud enough but it could be what im plugging into it

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                  (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Great little amp

                  Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

                  I play my Micron synth through it and it sounds fantastic. I will get another one so I can play my Yamaha keyboard through two for a good stereo effect.

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                  (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  2.0

                  Muddy Muddled Sounding

                  By ClaireEclectic

                  from Atlanta, GA

                  Comments about Behringer Ultratone KT108 15w Keyboard Amplifier:

                  I normally have good luck with Behringer products, including another of their keyboard amps (K900FX), but I've never really been happy with my KT108. It goes plenty loud enough for a practise amp, sure, but the sound is muddy. No matter which way I turn the EQ dials, the bass notes are poorly defined, the highs sound fuzzy, and the mids seem grainy. I'm normally a poor judge of sound quality, but it's just obvious in this case. I still keep this amp around, though, since the dual inputs in a unit of this size are convenient when I travel (not gigging) and can't take the larger K900FX with me. Can't recommend the KT108, though.

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