Behringer Ultrabass BXL1800A
Behringer Ultrabass BXL1800A

Ultrabass BXL1800A, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Behringer in the Ultrabass series.

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Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 5 reviews )
 1 user review20 %
 3 reviews60 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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Foubel's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent choice!"

Behringer Ultrabass BXL1800A
Ultrabass transistor amp, 180watt power supply several connection options: PC + headphone + microphone + to. etc ... Impressive sound without distortion including saturation.


Config. simple and easy to use and allows obtaining the desired sound in all circumstances.


Suitable for styles such as rock, metal, pop etc. ... I play with a 5-string Ibanez BTB 305FM these three styles of music by adjusting the degree of compression and the Equalizer. The Ultrabass level is generally maintained at third because beyond the sound begins to curl.
Distortion to consume moderately depending on the composition.


I use it for two years, I had the opportunity to use a 70watt HARTKE of which I found very limited in every way! Given that the BXL1800 offer as playability and sound quality compared to the purchase price, I think this is one of the best on the market and recommends purists bass without hesitation because they will surely delight!

anthonyb1282's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good amp cheap"

Behringer Ultrabass BXL1800A
Transistor amplifier 180 watts
12-inch aluminum cone
7-band eq
2 channels
a headphone jack input
An XLR socket
Making a CD
footswitch supplied
ultrabass function


The setup is good, the manual is very clear. The sound is a little metallic but accurate and correct.


I play rock and I'm happy with the sound of this amp. I performed concerts to 200 people outdoors with my group and I had no problems. In this room is the same.
There is a passive input, but it supports many active basses.


I use it for 8 months and I am satisfied, from my very small budget at the time of my purchase. I have not had any problems with.
Its weak point is its weight, about 30 kg, which makes it difficult to transport, but it goes with a devil.
Its strong point is its value more than very good.

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

Behringer Ultrabass BXL1800A
Note that I have the 1800 BXL BXL 1800A and not the difference is that the cone of mine is aluminum and it costs 40 € cheaper. I also stated that I think would consider the price (230 €).

180 Watts RMS
HP 12 "

Only one low input
Effects loop
Line Out asymmetric
Balanced XLR DI output
CD input

7-band EQ + /-12db
2 channels: Channel-1 (clean) with gain
-Channel 2 (overdrive) with adjustable gain, contour and level if you turn the gain below half, the sound is not saturated, we can use this channel to control the contour which is quite practice.
In fact it is a Ultrabass sub-harmonics generator
Switchable compressor
General volume control (master)

For an amp at this price, the conection is very complete, even on high-end amps it is not always the same. The footswitch allows you to engage or disengage the ultrabass change channels and it's great practice together.

I put 9 because, that a bowl of 12 "is a bit light for 180 watts and can not add more speakers. But at this price it's still great!


The configuration is fairly simple thanks to the bands Eq 7 is great practice has been to find a sound that pleases the principle is simple what you love you push and what not like it is removed! As against the use of the channels are not going to self must try but soon you realize that the use of contour on channel 2 is super interesting.
We therefore obtain the desired sound in a little tampering after a few minutes.

The instructions supplied with it is in French is clear and it explains a lot yaa know about conection etc ... Again it is the only practical thing is they give too much advice on settings (notably the use of channel 2)


So that's where it gets tough! The sound is not bad but not great either course can obtain a wide range of sounds by playing the Eq of the amp and the bass can get a very fat or very metallic . on the other hand as I play with a pick I can not say too much more in terms of slap. Then it's on it not sound like an Ampeg or Galen, but saw its power and for the price it's still not bad everyone seems to spit on Berhinger for their amps but this one is correct. In any case it is a very good report.


I have since last January. I needed a powerful amp for rehearsals and j'aivais too much budget so it was the ideal compromise. I did two concerts, the power is suiffisante for small rooms and high volume it holds up well outdoors, but I did not need to push the volume knob more than half! The value is pretty unbeatable, but if you have a bigger budget it is perhaps better to invest in a Hartke A 100. I think I referaris this choice but now that I think I have the budget to sell it go upmarket. I would buy can be a Gallien-Krueger Backline 115 or an Ampeg BA115.

Ka5346's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Ultrabass BXL1800A
This is one of tranistor amp 180watts
between a jack, output jack ansi rglage a very easy


The use is a port of everyone we can get lots of sounds easily


I like going out of his heavy (grunge rock) and this amp fits perfectly my game or racks
I use it with several bass (ibanez, warwick) it sticks a little while PRSA.


I use it for three months is not very practical trs great and it is 25 kg when I pass by the shop and this amp trs corresponded well with what I sought and esttiquement silent prices not too expensive if I had the nouvau choi I ​​probably do it again the same

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

Behringer Ultrabass BXL1800A
Power: 180w
Settings: Gain1 (clean)
Gain2 (rather distorted)
Level (works only with the gain is that I included in the manual)
Shape (same as for level)
Equalizer 7-band spectrum with a practice if conait every thing and to give a precise sound
Compresor (Appere surout for the slap)
Ultrabass (useful to put a low background)
Master (his general of the amp)
Inputs: On the back: pedal comes with (to change the channel and Ultra Low BTAC)
pedal effect JHA not quite understand the stuff but I'm not stalled
CD input
Front: Phones
low input of course;)


Simple configuration
If one is not too easy to con the fate sn
The manual is clear


I play rock and it's rather easy going
I play with a bass Yamaha RBX 370A is that Nickel
on the other hand for the settings I can not get too ahead I turn the knobs and I see that it gives! but usually I draw against a good son.Par I never really pushed
I do not like playing too much with compressor.L 'ultrabass is nice and comes with Foot swicht is good!


I use it for one week and frankly I like it There's big sound is really cool
The placement is very practical, high quality retrour and carpet gives the impression of having a good amp protégé.Je ssayé had nothing before, désolé.Le value is good.