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  • tootstoots

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 01/24/06 at 03:41
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    -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
  • bobkornbobkorn

    HA4700

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 01/22/14 at 09:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    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 pro…
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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
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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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    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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  • ponthieux62ponthieux62

    Produces very good value for money

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 02/04/13 at 23:02
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    Used 24 times out of 24 FM for 2 years. No other test model, the only model previously used maintenant.Le addition, the price, no breath, less knob cranté.Très good value for money, and digression must stop criticizing Behringer.Cela not always committed moi.Avec experience that I would do without the choice problem.
  • Baby.StudioBaby.Studio

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 12/11/12 at 08:49
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    hello
    unreliable equipment, it works well in the beginning and because of the quality of the components that shit is lost stereo or other ... This is the second amp of the same brand and still have problems I strongly recommend
  • SmouffySmouffy

    I like

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 12/08/12 at 06:47
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    IL 4 years ago, the first I bought was a ARTcessories 4, it was okay but not enough function and too small, so I bought the Behringer HA 4700, and I like it. For the price it is very affordable and I will make the same choice, and who knows maybe a second soon. My rating 10/10
  • Alternat RunnerAlternat Runner

    Simple and effective

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 07/15/12 at 23:38
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    How long you use it?
    About two weeks.

    What is so special that you love the most, least?
    What I like most is its simplicity and effectiveness. What I like least? Detented potentiometers ... it definitely I struggle ... but it is a habit for Behringer ...

    Did you tried many other models before buying it?
    No, this is my first.

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    Given the quality and simplicity, excellent.

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Without a doubt.
  • 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 certain…
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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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  • TaminoTamino

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 06/01/04 at 00:22
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    Bought two days ago, the first trials are successful. The routing capabilities are interresting between a primary (main), a front deuxime (live in) and for each of four channels between an auxiliary to the main mix signal and a second signal (interresting for the comfort of musicians).
    Each channel has an output faade and three outlets in rear, 12 headsets available.
    Rglages acute / bass / balance "GD" or "hand-to" spare, VU meter and main spars, or between terminals symtriques asymtriques.
    Good stuff!
  • FmarineFmarine

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 07/11/04 at 00:29
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    Bought yesterday to voice session with Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro. I chose to mute Left Right, and in direct auxiliary input. Another motivation: the price: If the MODEL is dfaillant or fails, its affordable price trs allows it to be a "consumable". I used other sytmes onreux more, and even if for reasons beyond Retailer I just n'apprcie its audio quality, I do it again this choice.

    Indeed, the RSID intrt do not in the audio reproduction: what comes out of headphones is not good trs (headphones: AKG K440, Sennheiser HD600, HD580 II, Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro DT 770 Pro). The sound is not prcis, lack of bottom up and aggressive is incomplete (!), The bandwidth is limited and dynamics missing ..…
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    Bought yesterday to voice session with Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro. I chose to mute Left Right, and in direct auxiliary input. Another motivation: the price: If the MODEL is dfaillant or fails, its affordable price trs allows it to be a "consumable". I used other sytmes onreux more, and even if for reasons beyond Retailer I just n'apprcie its audio quality, I do it again this choice.

    Indeed, the RSID intrt do not in the audio reproduction: what comes out of headphones is not good trs (headphones: AKG K440, Sennheiser HD600, HD580 II, Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro DT 770 Pro). The sound is not prcis, lack of bottom up and aggressive is incomplete (!), The bandwidth is limited and dynamics missing ... etc ... short, for anyone who wants to make prcise COST: no. It is also impossible to deny a low-level design: in other manufacturers more stringent when the level is infinite (here rglage 0) means no, here we still hear an audio signal ... but on the cot and right across the audio outputs ... weird.
    The equalization (per channel) has only MRIT than Xiste. We have the rglage bass & treble, and their action does not give a nice report! (But see below: within +)

    However, and it's the intrt: trs is complete and well thought over his features. Diffrent its direct entry in, with auxiliary rglage per channel (front and rear), his mute left and / or right, the summation of the Stereo (mono then). . while a channel = ease of use ... The same as the handling of each knob and Crant is enjoyable and consistent in quality: fairly rare in this constructor to be signal: good point.
    The Eq: dsastreuse still in its audio quality, ... but it is what intrt Submitted practical to cut a little treble to minimize them in the repisse headphones on the microphones. It just so far. I'm not talking from the bottom which is unfortunately absent original, so you can just add that the Behringer between the enlve.

    To conclude: dsastreuse quality audio (without any EXAGRES), but features and trs compltes effective. To return musician: So it's almost perfect. Convenient, fast and comfortable to use
    But so what?? and although its price and because it trs well thought of his duties ... I do not regret that choice. So a good return for MODEL musician or headphones INTERPRETATION.
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  • bioman666bioman666

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 02/08/05 at 09:17
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    Retailer also after notice I'm not sure what to add except that it is a very very good investment! for a little over 100 channels there are 4 DIFFERENT (on which you can plug headphones 4 each).

    The sound quality seems to me more than enough to back, but I can not speak for another use (utiliss headphones are the real bottom line: AKG 55).

    Features greatly conomisent my nerves! The bass player can be mounted on the canal without covering anything that had to have prtention bass guitarist can keep his earplugs under the headphone (oh yeah there a. ..) without us blowing the ears ...

    The knobs individual bass / treble can still be used ... although now I do not too useful. There are …
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    Retailer also after notice I'm not sure what to add except that it is a very very good investment! for a little over 100 channels there are 4 DIFFERENT (on which you can plug headphones 4 each).

    The sound quality seems to me more than enough to back, but I can not speak for another use (utiliss headphones are the real bottom line: AKG 55).

    Features greatly conomisent my nerves! The bass player can be mounted on the canal without covering anything that had to have prtention bass guitarist can keep his earplugs under the headphone (oh yeah there a. ..) without us blowing the ears ...

    The knobs individual bass / treble can still be used ... although now I do not too useful. There are some useful features (from stereo -> mono to return on foot bath, mute), for details, see the Behringer website.

    There are more than enough power to dcrocher cells of your headphones, though the ones I used had a impdance low (like 32 ohms to 16 or even AKG for shure e2) then on big studio headphones it should be less empty; m'enfin we are all one-third of the race of volume knob, gain gnral half. There gure the guitarist-to-balls-plugs that grows his own half but his headphone and morflent itself: we see her cheeks tremble every stroke of the bass drum ...

    With my meager exprience, I refer this choice!
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  • BleuAzurBleuAzur

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 08/15/05 at 20:08
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    Trs good product, comfortable and easy to use. Trs good report quality price.
    Japprcie power four-channel direct inputs in its diffrent, rglage with auxiliary channel.

    The POWERPLAY PRO-XL HA4700, did not give me a problem, certainly the quality of the product nai not super fancy, but in the words Vetjc:

    <p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>The sound is clear and dynamic carefree buzz ...</span>

    So what more!
  • alexandret11alexandret11

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 09/04/05 at 03:13
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    I use it for a little over a year ....
    Even if it's behringer and much spit on the brand, no problem with this hardware product.
    The report qualitprix is ​​impressive. It is clear that the sound is not suited for studio monitoring, but more than enough for a headphone back musicians.
    This headphone amp is very practical especially with the direct outputs that enable to connect several in the chain.
  • J-LucJ-Luc

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 11/09/05 at 07:02
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    I have a few days, it's good stuff cheap. Vu-of nitre and each output, bass-treble and volume per channel. I use it to power 4 headphones: Sennheiser IR basis (with two wireless headphones), a HD200, HD570 and a AKG 210.

    There are plenty of gain, can make a really lot of noise in the ears. INTERESTED what is it that is in between XLR or jack and the signal is returned or XLR jack. It all parat con, but allows sound to continue its path towards a very easy amp for example.

    I'll let you know if I change my mind ...

    [edit 9/11/05]
    APRS over a year, I confirm the opinion of Fmarine: dpouill the sound of his bass and treble lose much DEFINITIONS. The amps are clearly not "HiFi". Howev…
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    I have a few days, it's good stuff cheap. Vu-of nitre and each output, bass-treble and volume per channel. I use it to power 4 headphones: Sennheiser IR basis (with two wireless headphones), a HD200, HD570 and a AKG 210.

    There are plenty of gain, can make a really lot of noise in the ears. INTERESTED what is it that is in between XLR or jack and the signal is returned or XLR jack. It all parat con, but allows sound to continue its path towards a very easy amp for example.

    I'll let you know if I change my mind ...

    [edit 9/11/05]
    APRS over a year, I confirm the opinion of Fmarine: dpouill the sound of his bass and treble lose much DEFINITIONS. The amps are clearly not "HiFi". However, this device fills completely and the rle of monitoring during recording, it's perfect. I leave my note especially dfaillance has no t seen since July 2004.
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  • PoetPoet

    Behringer Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700Published on 03/02/06 at 08:52
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    Strengths:
    Cheap, effective ... Behringer thank you. Paid € 129 in MegaHertz.

    Finally, we can repeat any time (drum machine, guitar simultaneously with HP, DI bass, keyboard ... all in the headphone!)

    A few complaints:
    1 The entries do not accept a very high signal, or they have tendency to saturate, and there is nothing to indicate! After various tests, it seems that it comes from my device??

    <p class="bbcode-offtopic"> Off topic: <span>Response to ZavierXP - Thanks for the bit of information ... obvious ... But I do obviously not talking about that! The saturation of which I speak is born when all indicators are largely green (since it is necessary to specify such things ... l…
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    Strengths:
    Cheap, effective ... Behringer thank you. Paid € 129 in MegaHertz.

    Finally, we can repeat any time (drum machine, guitar simultaneously with HP, DI bass, keyboard ... all in the headphone!)

    A few complaints:
    1 The entries do not accept a very high signal, or they have tendency to saturate, and there is nothing to indicate! After various tests, it seems that it comes from my device??

    <p class="bbcode-offtopic"> Off topic: <span>Response to ZavierXP - Thanks for the bit of information ... obvious ... But I do obviously not talking about that! The saturation of which I speak is born when all indicators are largely green (since it is necessary to specify such things ... lol)
    I misspoke, and I was misunderstood ... deSolla.

    Here are the details ... :
    The small LED which you speak you learn about two things: the level of pre-amplification of the input signal from the preamp general, and the level of the signal output by each section ... Even with a signal level of a wild entry, the LEDs of the input section of my device does not display more than -30 dB ... Therefore the LEDs do not provide information directly to the input level in the device but on the amplification of the signal by the camera ... Everyone follows?

    Thus, my indicators can be in the green to -30, yet the sound is distorted already! Strange ...

    Clearly, either the input stage of my camera to a very weak tolerance against what it says in the manual, since it is in theory capable of handling far more than the 4 dB, the LEDs of the section General pre-amplification does not work (unlikely since it is easy to know the level sent to the HA4700 from the previous device in the audio chain.)
    In this case, whether tested out of my TLaudio C1 or 01V96 (when reliable gear to control the output level), the sound level quickly saturates HA4700, while it is still very much in line levels tolerated (-10 to +4 dB). You plug the headphones into the headphone output of the 01V96 to the same noise level ... like, the sound is clean ...</span>

    2 ° A light breath on this output 2 and 3 (No 1 and 4, why ...) which pre-amp channels 2 and 3 are responsible.
    A whistle (5000-6000 Hz) continuous with the pre-amp-General is responsible (audible on all channels) when more than half of the race. Thinking it was a problem of mass or earth, I tried the device in different rooms, with friends at local to repeat, nothing to plug ... anything done! Of course, I said that no flag is in the red ... In view of the headroom that this device, I can not imagine anyone foolish enough to paste his ears with a headset plugged into the HA4700 with red LED. Even my drummer (death metal) with DT770 plugs and the head does not grow back the gain when the club Starclassic recording! Apparently, the forums are full of users with this problem, which is not to reassure me.

    I do not denigrate provided Beringher, quite the opposite (I have a B2Pro which is awesome for the price). The sound is fine for the use described above, rehearsal style, local radio ... target what you want to do with! To be objective, however, can not deny that this unit is responsible for a loss of sound quality, see a deterioration sometimes pronounced.

    For the price and convenience, home, home studio, repeated, back-recording, radio station -> 10/10
    For audio precise -> 3 / 10

    Refine much the use you want to do! ...
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