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Behringer Ultratone K3000FX
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Behringer Ultratone K3000FX

Keyboard Amplifier from Behringer belonging to the UltraTone series.

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Lennon Mercury Lennon Mercury

«  Not terrible »

Publié le 01/24/14 à 09:41
Value For Money : Excellent
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UTILIZATION

It has several input / output jack, XLR, etc.. So I was able to connect at the same time 3 keyboards, recorder and a microphone. It also has a headphone input (I do not use, any interest on an amp lol). It also features an Equalizer, that's nice.
100 presets and effects (the difference between most of the effects is very thin).

OVERALL OPINION

This amp is not bad on paper, it has a good value for money. However, while it shows 300 watts of power, in reality it does not even reach 100, suddenly we can estimate injured as a good amp 100 watts may cost slightly more expensive. And above all it weighs 35 pounds, is not the kind of machine that regularly leaves his room or his room. Mine is set to have the breath after a few weeks of use (fortunately means that this breath when not playing).
In the end, the good market ultimately be expensive! I do not have that choice.
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