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Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700
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Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700

Headphone Amplifier from Behringer belonging to the Powerplay Pro series

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JeffTadashiJeffTadashi

Great rack-sized headphone amp!

Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 06/19/12 at 22:14
The Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700 is a 4 channel, high powered headphone mixer and distribution amplifier. It features a stereo 1/4" input on the front, 1/4" and xlr left and right inputs on the back, 1/4" and xlr left and right outputs, and connections for headphones (in 1/4 stereo form) on both the front and the back of the unit. There are four independent headphone amplifiers here, although you can certainly hook up multiple headphones to the same amp, which allows this unit to be used with 12 headphones, or 12 destinations. Each headphone amp channel also has an aux in, which allows you to independly mix in a second signal for a specific headphone channel. This is great if a...…
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The Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700 is a 4 channel, high powered headphone mixer and distribution amplifier. It features a stereo 1/4" input on the front, 1/4" and xlr left and right inputs on the back, 1/4" and xlr left and right outputs, and connections for headphones (in 1/4 stereo form) on both the front and the back of the unit. There are four independent headphone amplifiers here, although you can certainly hook up multiple headphones to the same amp, which allows this unit to be used with 12 headphones, or 12 destinations. Each headphone amp channel also has an aux in, which allows you to independly mix in a second signal for a specific headphone channel. This is great if a certain user wants a certain instrument louder in their headphone mix. Notably, I used the aux feature to mix in my vocals louder in my headphone mix.

There is a master level input control, but I find for most sources, you can max this knob, without any clipping on the input. There is a nice meter on the input that shows if the signal is clipping. This same meter exists for all 4 amp channels as well. At times I find that the headphone amp doesn't get loud enough (mostly for drum applications), and I have to force it to clip in order to get loud enough. This is a big worrying, and I feel like I may be damaging the headphones.

Each channel also has independing bass and treble controls, to help tailor the sound to a specific set of headphones, or to a specific user. I generally do not have to fiddle with these settings, but turning treble down when putting guitars though the headphone mix can be very useful, as guitar tones can be very piercing.

Overall, the HA4700 is a versataile headphone amplifier that is suitable for studios, live bands, and for personal use. It's affordable and solid.
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tootstoots

Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 01/24/06 at 03:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
-four years
-connectique complte, functional, solid (date), lacks a bit of gain
-i dont no
-7 Or 8/10 given the somewhat low
- Compare to other products currently co proposs Samson etc ...
I utise mainly for acoustic taken ... of course it's the sound Beringer (and not the top) cel ... not prevented from making good music ... the rest is psycho-acoustics: I think it is more important to know "imagine his sound" to want to hear directly taken (no effect, no equ) if necessary remove the ear ... level of self-return (and the other to play together) is against dterminant.en gn I do not like this brand: for this type of product it relevance
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bobkornbobkorn

HA4700

Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 01/22/14 at 09:15
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To put it simply:

What is significant:
Rackable-
-4 Independent channels
-3 Outputs per channel (including 1 front)
-1 Aux in independent for each channel
2 band EQ -1 independent for each channel
-The possibility of a "mix" by adjusting the balance between the hand and in the in each channel.

Parcontre:
Portard-notched (which do not allow a precise adjustment of volume). We are often trying to adjust the volume
From breath-
Buzz-A disgusting that intensifies the closest channels alim
SAV-A UNABLE TO RECOGNIZE THE FAILURE OF THEIR PRODUCT ON SEVERAL KEY FAILURE TO HA 4700 ...

In conclusion, despite the benefits it can bring, if it again, I will not take this...…
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To put it simply:

What is significant:
Rackable-
-4 Independent channels
-3 Outputs per channel (including 1 front)
-1 Aux in independent for each channel
2 band EQ -1 independent for each channel
-The possibility of a "mix" by adjusting the balance between the hand and in the in each channel.

Parcontre:
Portard-notched (which do not allow a precise adjustment of volume). We are often trying to adjust the volume
From breath-
Buzz-A disgusting that intensifies the closest channels alim
SAV-A UNABLE TO RECOGNIZE THE FAILURE OF THEIR PRODUCT ON SEVERAL KEY FAILURE TO HA 4700 ...

In conclusion, despite the benefits it can bring, if it again, I will not take this product with the basic use is simply challenged by a deplorable buzz.
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Laurent WidthLaurent Width

Very good product!

Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 07/21/13 at 10:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 11 years, it works great, I do not understand the negative reviews for this type of product!
Behringer made progrets they bad but they also have very good!
Personally I'm not hyper fading brand but I notice in some pro studio a few of the brand ... (like what!)
To back headphones that price should not be required, this is not what will make your sound!
I recorded sessions or musicians had their headphones with the Powerplay is n'à person could say, quite the contrary ...
After course! there is a little breath, but I have not had any cracks or anything.
To return headphones is nikel!
I never neglect my purchase and I would do this choice with his eyes closed....…
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I use it for 11 years, it works great, I do not understand the negative reviews for this type of product!
Behringer made progrets they bad but they also have very good!
Personally I'm not hyper fading brand but I notice in some pro studio a few of the brand ... (like what!)
To back headphones that price should not be required, this is not what will make your sound!
I recorded sessions or musicians had their headphones with the Powerplay is n'à person could say, quite the contrary ...
After course! there is a little breath, but I have not had any cracks or anything.
To return headphones is nikel!
I never neglect my purchase and I would do this choice with his eyes closed.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700
  • Series: Powerplay Pro
  • Category: Headphone Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 08/10/2008

With the introduction of the POWERPLAY PRO-XL HA4700, BEHRINGER announces the successor of the popular HA4600 headphone amplifier distribution systems. The new HA4700 offers four high-power amplifiers that can now drive loads down to 8 Ohms and offers improved sound performance and comprehensive new signal routing and mixing functions

Source: Behringer

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