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Behringer MINIAMP AMP800
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Behringer MINIAMP AMP800

Headphone Amplifier from Behringer .

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" Awesome!"

Behringer MINIAMP AMP800Published on 03/11/13 at 09:25
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I bought this product so that we can repeat at home without the drums.
Feature: awesome
Sound: very good
background: no
plastic box, so be careful

but frankly, for the price, very good!
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" Small headphone amp 2 channel stereo independent"

Behringer MINIAMP AMP800Published on 02/06/12 at 15:17
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Originally purchased as a headphone amp for a drummer
Allows to send the sound of his drums while adjusting its battery. It can adjust the location of the microphones drums to get the best sound.
Then it switches to the overall mix, and it feels immersed in the orchestra.

2 stereo channels A and B with independent Gain and balance on each of two channels. A single meter displays the sum of the two channels A + B.
Inputs on the back of two mono jacks per channel, plus a parallel output on channel A to connect to another amp.

4 independent headphone outputs each with volume control, meter button and switch on one of the two channels A and B. Outputs at the back lined front.

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Originally purchased as a headphone amp for a drummer
Allows to send the sound of his drums while adjusting its battery. It can adjust the location of the microphones drums to get the best sound.
Then it switches to the overall mix, and it feels immersed in the orchestra.

2 stereo channels A and B with independent Gain and balance on each of two channels. A single meter displays the sum of the two channels A + B.
Inputs on the back of two mono jacks per channel, plus a parallel output on channel A to connect to another amp.

4 independent headphone outputs each with volume control, meter button and switch on one of the two channels A and B. Outputs at the back lined front.

Taken on by Alim transformer. ON / OFF button on the front.

For distribution channels 2 to 4 independent stereo returns musicians.
Alas, there is no possibility of mixing together the two voices. On each trip, it's one or the other choice, never the two together.

On a concert, I put this system on the drummer and lead singer of a group of young musicos.
In the months that followed, all the musicians had bought the same amp and use it consistently since.
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Behringer MINIAMP AMP800Published on 07/03/06 at 07:06
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This little amp can plug headphones simultanment 8, 4 channels, this means that we can not rgler the volume by 2 2 (channel = 2casques).

One can choose from two inputs diffrent for each channel. It is very practical, when recording, you can send the main mix between the "A" and send from the "B", and as a, we can play with DIFFERENT for each mix.

Is made to enter the SERIES "mini" Behringer and Premire dception big, it is not the same format as most audio Facilities is to say that It Exceeds lgrement width 1U. We can not rack.

Construction is 100% plastic and trslgre. The level display with LED rev is nice, but must admit that there was no point.

Sound quality: we say "blah",......
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This little amp can plug headphones simultanment 8, 4 channels, this means that we can not rgler the volume by 2 2 (channel = 2casques).

One can choose from two inputs diffrent for each channel. It is very practical, when recording, you can send the main mix between the "A" and send from the "B", and as a, we can play with DIFFERENT for each mix.

Is made to enter the SERIES "mini" Behringer and Premire dception big, it is not the same format as most audio Facilities is to say that It Exceeds lgrement width 1U. We can not rack.

Construction is 100% plastic and trslgre. The level display with LED rev is nice, but must admit that there was no point.

Sound quality: we say "blah", I found his flat trs. The Difference between the direct output of the soundcard and out of this amp is obvious.

But it does not matter either, I did not take to the mix, but just to record, and we do not need a great audio quality when recording. Before this, I had an ART 4 ​​headphones that seemed solid, but even when I lch trs quickly: to double the price, there was even no on / off button! For cons, the quality lgrement suprieure silent.

So in conclusion: 49? is standard for the price of having the 8 headphone with two entrances! Use in recording, so it's nice trs, then unplug the mix.
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Behringer MINIAMP AMP800Published on 05/31/07 at 01:15
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- How long have you use it?
3 months.

- What is so special that you like most and least?

Most?
* The price! A headphone amplifier 2 channel, 8 headphone jacks for less than € 50 ... unbeatable
* Practice: button more than sufficient, Pan, Volume per channel, LED level ... have everything you need for a headphone amp for recording session of a small HS modest.

The least?
* Cheap plastic construction => not heavy enough => it is moved easily by turning the knobs;)
* The sound quality, correct but flat. As said another opinion: it is more than enough to save but it is better mix fine without him.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
None.

- How would......
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- How long have you use it?
3 months.

- What is so special that you like most and least?

Most?
* The price! A headphone amplifier 2 channel, 8 headphone jacks for less than € 50 ... unbeatable
* Practice: button more than sufficient, Pan, Volume per channel, LED level ... have everything you need for a headphone amp for recording session of a small HS modest.

The least?
* Cheap plastic construction => not heavy enough => it is moved easily by turning the knobs;)
* The sound quality, correct but flat. As said another opinion: it is more than enough to save but it is better mix fine without him.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
None.

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Honestly? Just fine.

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
For the price, yes.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: MINIAMP AMP800
  • Category: Headphone Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 08/10/2008
MINI AMP800 has 4 totally independent stereo high-power amplifier sections. You can use the phones level control plus the accurate 6-digit LED output meter per channel for easy level monitoring. There are 2 balanced stereo main inputs with independent Level and Balance controls for individual mixes, selectable for all 4 headphone amplifiers. An accurate 6-digit LED main input meter is provided for precise level indication of both line inputs. Dual headphone outputs on each channel on front and rear panel allow for connecting a total of 8 headphones at the same time. A parallel Link Output enables cascading several headphone amplifiers. Long-term reliability is guaranteed with the high-quality potentiometers and illuminated switches. In addition, all Mini Series models can be stacked on top of each other to create an ultra-compact signal processing solution.

Source: Behringer

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