Behringer MICROAMP HA400
Behringer MICROAMP HA400

MICROAMP HA400, Headphone Amplifier from Behringer.

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Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 19 reviews )
 10 reviews53 %
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 1 user review5 %
 1 user review5 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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Anonymous 's review"A great place to start on headphone amps!"

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
I won't kid anyone here. You're not a high-end studio owner. You aren't looking to spend oodles of cash. You're here because you want a headphone amp and don't have that much to spend. It's not very frilly, but the Behringer MicroAMP HA400 headphone amplifier does everything it says it does. Well.

Sound: It's a headphone amplifier for someone who needs for outputs. It doesn't have unbelievable technology packed inside, but the truth is, it gets loud, and there are four of them. That's really it. There's nothing terribly crippling about it, despite its price and the miasmic stigma that shrouds the name Behringer. There really isn't any more noticeable noise from using it instead of listening directly through my TASCAM US-1641. They're connected with a short Hosa cable and I use Sony MDR-7506's primarily. It's pristine. Due to the market of this product, it doesn't feel irrelevant to say it's also wonderful for desktop speakers and movies and casual music listening, should you be the type.

Quality: SOLID. It's not the heaviest thing in the world, but that's because it's small. I was pleasantly surprised when I noticed the heft of the box. It does have quite the sturdy chassis. That being said, the knobs make me question the quality control. Knobs 1,2, and 4 have a very nice balance of resistance to them, but knob 3 is tough. It's absolutely workable without a lot of effort, but compared to the rest, it's easy to be reminded that Behringer's quality control as of the writing of this review is not exactly what one would call top-notch.

Features: It's a no-frills headphone amp without any sort of adjustments besides volume. It works well enough for monitoring. The one thing that I understand due to the low cost but nonetheless bugs me is the lack of a power switch. You have to pull the darn cord in and out everytime. I know, I know. The lower cost units from my experience are the ones that lack power switches. Unfortunately, this seems to be practically illogical, since the members of this amp's market are less likely to own power conditioners with kill switches for their audio equipment. I have to deal with the same thing for my FMR RNC. Annoying, isn't it? Not a deal breaker though; anyone who spends $30 on a headphone amp can't beg for everything.

Overall: It's a wonderful little machine with its quirks that probably vary from box to box. Maybe all your knobs will turn right, maybe they won't. Either way, This machine does exactly what it's advertised for. And truth be told, having a headphone amp not even for multiple monitoring purposes, but for consolidating your headphone and computer speakers (because I know you low-end people have them), this little box is a very liberating tool. 8/10. Just for the dubious quality control in regards to the knobs, and maybe .1 for my low-end pet peeve, the lack of a power switch. Great product. I still fully recommend it if you don't already have a headphone amp.

Taotopia's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Small, perfect, without major surprises ..."

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
Acquired last year, I'm using occasionally.

What I like the most, the small size makes small services.

What I like least, the audio quality.

I bought this product because we needed to multiply headphone outputs, so purchase made speed for the price .. After not expect the large equipment, it helps out.

If I were in the same situation with no solution I remake that choice but not in another situation;)

Kal's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" practice"

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
Small headphone amp, you enter with a stereo jack, and headphone outputs in a 4 stereo jacks also size 6.5 mm.

I have for many years, it still works fine.

I use it for headphone returns when taking his home studio, so I have my headphones (connected to this little preamp or directly to the headphone output of my sound card - Roland Octa Capture) and so I can have up to 4 zicos connected to it.

I did not test its qualities of restitution but it is not what I intended: it merely serves me to give back to the musicians I record, and in this use it has always done his job, and the sound is very respectable, in short a small preamp cheap, if you want a good stereo headphone amp, look elsewhere, this is not his vocation.

manu286's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A headphone amp for the price of a CD"

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
I've had two years in a home studio.
To a question of price, like everyone, I turned to the HA400.
My first impressions acoustic session were as follows: He does his job well, hey you can not push too much volume but it's enough.
For the second, a sound recording for a rock band: Can not grow well without volume overload the HA400. I plug my headphones directly into the stereo output: perfect, I put it in the HA400 knob in the middle, there was a sound two times lower and if I get the volume of HA400, the amplifier saturates. In the end, the sound was difficult and the musicians are not heard ...
Back home with my DT770 I compare with and without and indeed, the volume is limited, its colorful and ultimately a poor quality.
Since I have used over and I went on a samson sphone more neutral though still colorful and generous volume for our group, we made the headphone and to create a sound balance is still better to have his faithful minimum.
After this little HA400, it is not bad. He does his job unpretentious and good value for money. Especially for starters, its low price will enable you to invest more in other elements (including headphones). In terms of sound, it is in the amateur and non-pro studio but for example a musician back unamplified, it is enough.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" simple and effective"

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
It has no competitor (or very little) in its price range. This little headphone amp is effective multiply by 4 stereo output.

A small box hosting a stereo input (Attention: when you buy, take the cable that apply)

Among us, snooze, it does very well his office. It was still battered and basard the output has depressed. Normal.

In terms of power, it adds a bit of gain to your output.
Regarding the color, I have not ever been listening to see if the added serious or anything else, this is not what I expect from him.

a.k.a's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Value / price!"

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
I use this headphone amp for at least three years and this is my first.

For 20 balls, this little box has 4 headphone outputs with independent volume knobs 4. There are undoubtedly better models, but not at this price!

I have not noticed any significant changes of the signal using this amp and nothing to complain about outputs, knobs or anything else so far. If he were to snap, I redeem the same.

kiki88000's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" not powerful at all!"

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
I received it and in the next hour, I returned!
-Plastic case, plastic buttons, plastic screw ... I wonder if the components are not plastic too?
-The sound is very very very very very low even putting the knobs on the bottom, so unusable situation rehearsal (and other situations).
So, the price seemed uninteresting for this kind of equipment did more. Knowing that it costs nothing dual headphone would suffice hack for the same or even a more powerful chouille. (So a ripoff in my opinion)

Ptilou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Well"

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
How long have you use it? 2 years

How would you rate the quality / price? Excellent

With experience, you do again this choice? I purchased a second ... for another location.

Small, portable and lightweight ... (Nb: you can fix it on the audio interface) with the patafix ...) Sound quality without pb for singers and musicians in a home studio of amateur ... No particular breath. When the budget control, this product is excellent!

note 10!

killian13's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" throw all its sub ..."

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
I use bin uh ...... in fact I would really love to have used a little but I 've never seen it work properly.
I've tested a small model Samson with a friend and I found him very well.
I've felt like a small model of the same gender, just enough to have more than one headphone on my sound card for the boyfriend who spends the night without disturbing the neighbors ...
I liked his practical side, the buttons a bit resistant to spin, no play, and small iron box, with a small transformer, then the mark is still pretty famous.
I have the least liked when I plugged in and noticed that he was full of false contacts. J have the best sound by playing with mono jacks.
I judge the quality / price very bad because apparently too cheap to have a minimum of quality and not expensive enough to incur costs to return the shipment since I bought it online abroad because I do not find it here.
With experience, it is certain that I will not go this election and I put quite a few euros more to avoid surprises at unpacking.

freddant's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" excellent"

Behringer MICROAMP HA400
Received this week.
Super value for money.
Does not sound to me ...
That is excellent.
Unbeatable value for money.