Behringer Ultrabass BXL900
Behringer Ultrabass BXL900

Ultrabass BXL900, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Behringer in the Ultrabass series.

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Average Score:3.5( 3.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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niromniala's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Ultrabass BXL900
2-channel bass amplifier transistors 90-Watt returned to scene
BUGERA woofer 12
Clean channel with gain rglage ddibr /> Distortion channel with dedicated Gain, Shape and Level
Active 7-band graphic equalizer
Systm visualization frquences for sound creations (care?)
Sub-harmonics processor for dbrayable Ultrabass sub-bass overpowered (bof)!

Musical opto-limiter for ultimate volume without distortion
Headphone spares
Between CD


The manual is clear
there is no problem for grip
the usefulness of the systm visually frquences seems rather as a gimmick ..
I do not use ever of "super bass" ...
is the line between practical
the equalizer is easy to settle
it is not a PCHE ampeg or consort should not compare it's not the same View Categories.


I get the equalizer with a range of sound from dub to sound very fat mtallique.
but this is not an amp for rock metal.
between the channels clear and saturated equalizer and there's plenty to explore a wonderful range of sounds.
for reggae / dub, blues and pop / rock should be fine.
for most metal styles is not great, it is too "soft"
woofer does not saturate the air and got hefty three years that I torture it flinch


I use it for 3 years and it suits me well
for my style of game it sounds like I want and gives me a sufficient range of sounds
and the ultra bass frequencies are visually "gadget" for me ...
I essy one or two models but the same price range I found to my taste.
I think it is a good quality price ratio
to use that I would do what I want.
I put on principle not 10 because there is always something perfectible
(If I had a studio and a beautiful portfolio I would see in ampeg and others ... it's nice to dream ...)

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

Behringer Ultrabass BXL900
So bass amp with two channels of 90 W. Transistor amplifier
Power 90W
Speaker original 12 'BUGERA, FBQ Spectrum Analyzer and Ultrabass Processor
There is a qualizer included in the amp, the faade (very practical, but hard to analyze), an effect Ultrabass and (bndiction), a channel to get out of his pretty saturated ...


Configuration simple enough, no need to take the head with 50,000 buttons rgler roughly one connects its low, it increases the button "master", and go

The sound, in fact, is the great unknown of this amp. All dpend bass and good luck ... For example, when the active channel and the effect saturated ultrabass, we seem to hear a cho, dsagrable enough, that gives her not clear, and really dull. If not for the rest, well, the speaker is well done, the sound is clean, but has not come tickle, a good quality level Ampeg ...
The manual, it is pretty clear (except for qualizer, o trs is poorly explained and sufficient


This amp is well suited my style of music (rock), but hey, do not play mtal above, it is not enough depth of sound and tone ...
I play it with a SR600 Ibanez and Epiphone Thunderbird LTD Edition AW
In rglant bte well, it's a fairly easy obitient decent, but hey, is not a high-end standard for this award ...


I use it for over a year, and I notice dj limits, both at the level of quality, the synthetic grass covering fawn on top begins get the boot
The ratio quality / price is good, but what is not great on this point I'm quite the deu, but good for 199, not expect the Grand ...
With exprience, no, I do not have that choice would do, I would not wear my choice on a Behringer, as I possde another, a 60W, which I no longer know the rf ence, and also its level is not reliable. I would opt more for an Ampeg or H & K. .. You decide ...