Behringer Ultrabass BX4210A
Behringer Ultrabass BX4210A

Ultrabass BX4210A, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Behringer in the Ultrabass series.

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Gib*51 12/22/2010

Behringer Ultrabass BX4210A : Gib*51's user review

«  Very satisfactory »

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ULTRABASS BX4210A (manufacturer's specifications)
- 450-Watt bass amp (provided you add an additional speaker BA 115, in my case) woofers with 2 original BUGERA 10''Aluminum Cone engine and 1 "horn

- Powerful 450-Watt bass amp with front-ported cabinet
- 2 woofers original BUGERA 10 "HARD ATTACK aluminum-cone
- Tweeter 1 "mistaken for ultimate punch
- Recessed carrying handles and integrated rollers for easy transportation
- Technology Patented * DYNAMIZER capture every nuance of your playing for ultimate punch
- Switchable Ultrabass subharmonics processor for unbelievable serious power
- Dedicated 5-band EQ with Deep, Bright and Shape functions for awesome sound shaping
- Musical limiter for ultimate volume without distortion
- VU meter vintage style for precise level control
- Direct output for symmetrical wiring to a console
- Dual footswitch included for Ultrabass and Shape functions
- Tuner function and line output for versatility beyond reproach
- Insert for devices (stomp boxes, rack effects, etc.).
- 3 speaker outputs on jack and professional connector compatible with Neutrik Speakon ** (I added a speaker BA 115 to round down)
- System Active cooling temperature-controlled for ultimate protection
- Ultra-rugged power supply with toroidal transformer for maximum power reserve
- High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life


- Use no problem, very simple configuration.
- The sound is obtained relatively easily provided to be very methodical between the bass amp, multi effects pedal and the amp itself, this represents a sum of parameters which can be easily lost. But if you follow a procedure, the versatility of the amp allows good adaptation to different scenes as concerts. (What I am saying is valid for all type of material).
- The manual that came in handy for checking impedances pregnant when I bought my 15 "(BA 115). Behringer also responds to questions with no problem.
- In summary my configuration is currently as follows:
- Receivers BX 4210 A
- Eceinte BA 115
I am absolutely satisfied with the result in terms of power and in terms of sound.
I use the combo only during rehearsals and all concerts outdoor or large rooms. (In all cases the DI connector allows dubbing sound).


- While playing rock since the 70's to today, when I fantasize even on AMPEG SVT Classic 300W tube of U.S. I must say that my material is suitable for my music because it speaks is a unit very affordable and sturdy. (Slightly heavier 39 kg) + (BA 115 32 kg)
Between 2500/3000 € for Ampeg Behringer and investment there much difference .... One may even wonder if the hardware "U.S." not exaggerating a bit?!
- My bass is an Ibanez SR 605 Soungear + A pedal Boss ME 20 B + Aphex compressor.
- As said above, I get the sounds I want: clean, nice round, fat and more. For my part, I like round sound with punch.
- I do not hate any particular sound. I play again with the group so I want the maximum versatility of my equipment.


- I bought the amp in April 2009.
- I bought the cabinet 15 "in December 2009.
All this is in perfect working condition and appearance is very important to me (Monk is a funny side to me!).
- I am 59 years since last September, then is it really necessary that I indicate the various materials with which I have played since the age of 15?
- What I like and what triggered my purchase decision was undoubtedly the price and since I recognize that I have some satisfaction to use it by repeating (1x weekly) and concerts (15 x in 2010).
The quality / price ratio is outstanding if not the best market, after it is posh or not: you buy a Fender U.S. because it's written on it while a Mex or another would probably do nicely.
Now .... if you are rich is another story.
Precisely, with the pace of the 2010 concerts, I just ideas and if I had a new bass amp .... not to buy, after all I would do the same thing.