Behringer Ultrabass BX300
Behringer Ultrabass BX300

Ultrabass BX300, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Behringer in the Ultrabass series.

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Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 6 reviews )
 3 reviews50 %
 2 reviews33 %
 1 user review17 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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MGR/Anonymous's review"Behringer BX300 Ultra Bass"

Behringer Ultrabass BX300
Purchased from 8thStreet music online for $99.99 US,$240.00 CDN with UPS and duties

Theres nothing I don't like about this amp.Definetly loud and clear for a small 10"speaker.The sound shape feature definetly allows you to dial in an extreme range of sounds.I play An SX 75 jazz copy with the stock offshore electronics and the sound is incredibly clear and punchy.

Can't find anything wrong with this unit.

solidly built,light and nicely finished off

This Amp definetly allows you to dial in a vast range of sounds.Crank it up and the Dynamizer feature keeps it loud and clear.I compared it with a Fender 25 bassman and a frontman 15 and they lost!

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American-tube's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Quiet"

Behringer Ultrabass BX300
30W Transistors


- Bass
- Medium
- High
- Volume

1 active input
1 passive input
1 line
1 effects loop
1 headphone


it works right away, there are not 36,000 settings either.


At his level, it is for pleasure, should also have a good bass.
Its nickel Marcu Miller Jazz Bass and Music Man Stingray.


I use it for 4 years and I do not regret my choice.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Ultrabass BX300
Does everything has already said in the previous ones opinion.


Configuration is very simple.
There are easily a good sound. The bass is round and treble are quite acceptable even if it means a slight hiss when pousss maximum. function shape allows her to cut a trs accurate in the bass.
The headphone jack is very useful and allows me to play late at night without disturbing those around me.


I play mostly rock is hard rock but I privilgie bcp treble.
Now this amp is really aps to play sharp. I use a Fender Precision with but by a good set found that snapping sound quite acceptable.
Although I do not like when the bass is very pronounced, the function shape my bcp served at a concert o my pedal had lach.


I own this amp for over a year and it is on this amp that I learned to play.
I also did concerts with bcp silent but his power is too low.
It should be more to play, repeating with a single guitar and then play at home.
With the experience I would do not have that choice, although it is very practical, simply because his power is insufficient for the concerts and that it is not suited to play with a lot of treble.

Doing's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Ultrabass BX300
Everything has been said in previous opinions.

4 / 10 because no XLR
And the weight is too heavy for a portable amp


Configuration is very simple and the manual is very clear (1pts)

But the sound is disgusting!

Let's be clear: You want to play alone in your room
well forget it.
The volume knob (repetition) is super bad
Either you hear and the sound is not bad
either you get along too and the sound is bad

The headphone? Like you do not hear that at the risk of demolition
ears because of its completely unbalanced

I put 0 / 10 because after 2 years in my possession
I managed to get Jamia something worthwhile.


It does not suit me except for my drum machine (and again)

I used it.
Washburn A: Not bad but as soon as I went on another amp .. Slap
An Cruiser: Its very bad and had bass and the amp.
Samick A: Reduced to a single round his grave ... and that's it.
A Olp: Discouraged by the low I was at that time.

Nothing could get out of this amp it might be me but I still say loe

0 / 10 because it really made me r ** ch!

I recently changed bass (Yamaha BB404) and all of a sudden
Pouf sounds that I put out was far better
The only downside amp saturates at low volume, the circuit must DYNAMIZER foirer


This amp should sound good with a good low
but given its price it is aimed especially at first.
After what I have said I recommend very highly.

With experience ever ...
2 / 10

PS I admit that I have trouble understanding the previous opinion but good.
What can I say beware

Go 2
Change low and radical change in his now all is well

It must be me ...

toden80's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Ultrabass BX300
Power is honorable, it's safe
connectivity for its mission satisfactorily, except perhaps a volume control knob of the input tape
effects are limited to the shape function, which is a kind of band-pass filter and adjustable detachable belt
quite effective but I come back
I add that there is an active and a passive entry


Configuration is very simple
right there is the option shape, which finally is super intuitive, as a sort of wha good round in the locked position
it is convenient to boost the EQ setting
Indeed, the volume is not regular at all
but there is an effects loop, so nothing prevents to, for example, a behringer eq, 20 euuros, and reduce the volum een ​​sweet
ben is nice for the rest


The sound is really optimal for what we want
my fretless is round, and sounds good in my fretted slap and also reggae ...
I do not understand the previous reviews
Perhaps it is a matter of adjustment ...


I think I can say that this is not a scam, it's not money thrown out the window
is sure it must rage dealers gear, which pollute these forums a lot, but hey veiled in his room to play or rehearse with a scratch, there is no better value for money (let's face it, at the same power the least mark is at least half more expensive!)
that being said it's not the amp magic ddéchire all, is lightweight but very powerful, super strong but not expensive at all, and no longer manufactured in the United States is not reversible ... guys ...
Just something that does its job

manuk's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Ultrabass BX300
It's a transistor amp 30w (+ punch DYNAMIZER circuit). The connection is simple: 2 between Pasivas / active bass, an RCA to play with a cd, a headphone jack and an effects loop
As for the bass mid high rglages shape.Sans theft and forget build Bass Reflex
it's simple but it takes to play at home or in an acoustic session


This amp is the same simplicity, it's plug and play without too much Chipot
Dlivr sound is round and not enough raw rglages, we get the qualified easily with the eq without compromising the bass is very round (120hz), the mediums were fishing and can ncessaire abaisss be enough to gain a little clartles acute lack of transparency my taste (I also possde an old Trace Elliot and the comparison is harsh but that's another good range of prixbien). The button shape adds some good games for the nuances fretless (he won in round). The only problem is the volume knob is increased from virtually nothing to a high rev 2After volume continues to grow more mod rately but in 6 or 7vous have neighbors above and below that come with you in rhythm and drumming on your door and yelling
Jai rarely heard a small scream as loud amp without too much saturated (I finally understood What does the enigmatic DYNAMIZER punch ...)
The record is clear as usual with Berhinger


I have a branch Jazzbass us, an Ibanez sr900 5-string fretless Ergodyne a carbon (or Luthite for Ibanez) has a lower hollow body, and each time the sound coming out fairly silent Fidler bass. The amplifier allows great versatility thanks to SETTING THE shape, but is more rock than jazz East (although I quibble with some russi on my fretless sounds have a smooth and felt very s jazzy). In short a good sound trs trs for prix.J 'test have several amps This category in-store and he does and is still my master purchase


Best quality price
Simplicitbr /> Fidlitbr /> lightweight weight
The cons
The volume knob
No Xlr (but the chicane I)