Behringer Ultrabass BXD3000H
Behringer Ultrabass BXD3000H

Ultrabass BXD3000H, Bass Guitar Amp Head from Behringer in the Ultrabass series.

SlapKid 07/14/2014

Behringer Ultrabass BXD3000H : SlapKid's user review

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It is an analog preamp that file in a stage of digital power, or a ridiculous weight given the size (3.5 kgs max). Comes with footswitch two positions for channel change and activation of the octave.

Channel 1 is volume. Channel 2 is gain-shape volume. 2 does not saturate if we do not want.
Then we have a non-releasable graphic eq (the button is for feedback small lights, useless but good total moron) and the compressor (switched off), the octave, and master volume.
Full of connectors (RCA ins, send-return, line out, footswitch, XLR out, speakon more jack (s) speaker (s).
Rms power into 4 ohms as Powermixer 530 215 watts.
There's a fan you hear but did not whistle, and soon we play we do not hear more. Phew, nothing to do with my Hartke LH500 fire
For the price it must be illegal, finally ...


Very simple because any action is audible. I clean channel 1 for fretless, channel 2 clean but also to tune the low es-slap, it's great to have nothing to readjust at each change (although your servant continues to remember to press the appropriate button ... but this is something else!).
The equalizer is rather rude and shy, but this is perhaps my hp lacking freshness.
The compressor is fine, sly as needed with the fretless he scores.
The surprise is the octave, musical and super accurate (if you play properly, urchins).
Functions are instantaneous foot without noises, comfortable top. Use this amp is great.


Well, the inherent weakness in all low bebert amps was therefore due to their analog amplifier stage. Since it is the same preamp, only the class changes the game and downright good. It is fast but hot and not kss kss at all, the power is there this time around.
1510 acoustic box on tweeter without rendering is quite safe, and AC pulse strong. Box on gk410mbe is powerful and serious but under-represented in the upper spectrum.
Box house on 410 (Celestion BL10-100, closed without wadding) is odd in the fact that the head zap past 11hrs to master, and the volume is much lower than on other boxes. Maybe the large coils of BL10 are too heavy to pull for bebert?

I love this amp, I do not need any more depend on the box actually used. Rather invest in this element is not a scoop whatever field.
And line output allows him stick a beefy maousse power amp if you were frothing guetta ... So everything is possible, and said that bassists were weighted and reasonable people?
I have not tested the channel 2 saturax, not my thing with a low, sorry it lacks rigor for a test I agree.


Oops, already answered above, it is late, thank you for your reading and nightcap.