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  • AlexandreCAlexandreC

    Behringer Ultratone KT108Published on 01/05/13 at 11:57
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    Transistor amplifier 15W keyboard.
    Two line-level inputs + 1 stereo input jack (CD)
    1 headphone
    HP 20W 8 "
    Filters serious, medium, sharp.
    No effect

    UTILIZATION

    It is used as a keyboard amp: there is no difficulty.
    The sound is surprisingly good for the price and size of the object.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it without conviction because I had an audio output other than the headphones on my home studio. He is therefore monitor spite. I told myself that I saw the price does not risk much and it is still used. I éh well without problem for my money! Of course we will not compare it to monitor speakers but the sound is still very good. It is very comfortable in…
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    Transistor amplifier 15W keyboard.
    Two line-level inputs + 1 stereo input jack (CD)
    1 headphone
    HP 20W 8 "
    Filters serious, medium, sharp.
    No effect

    UTILIZATION

    It is used as a keyboard amp: there is no difficulty.
    The sound is surprisingly good for the price and size of the object.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought it without conviction because I had an audio output other than the headphones on my home studio. He is therefore monitor spite. I told myself that I saw the price does not risk much and it is still used. I éh well without problem for my money! Of course we will not compare it to monitor speakers but the sound is still very good. It is very comfortable in the bass: I amused myself with my own subs down to a more serious infrasound and it vibrates my walls! It still seems less comfortable in the treble which could amount more out but the filter is okay. The speaker tends to vibrate if the
    grows too serious in but it is already beyond the reasonable (unless it vibrates the walls ...). I have not had the opportunity to push it back because it is generous to its 15W and my apartment is not great but I think we should be able to play in front of a hundred people with no problem.

    If I had known I would have bought it sooner.
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  • DeweakDeweak

    Behringer Ultratone KT108Published on 07/17/06 at 01:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    UTILIZATION

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    OVERALL OPINION

    Small 15 watt transistor amp with a tube emulation "on Behringer." It has 2 input jack line level input + CD stereo. A headphone amplifier cuts the house (the amp becomes a 2-channel mixer + CD).

    I bought this amp for 50 euros at Thomann eventually replace my Peavey KB/A100 I find too powerful in most circumstances, too heavy and too unfaithful to the level of sound reproduction.

    I really had a nice surprise :-). This amp is tiny and lightweight, but sounds good (better than my Peavey). Of course, it is not very powerful, but the 15 watts are there. To give you an idea, it covers a singing voic…
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    See generally agreed

    UTILIZATION

    See generally agreed

    OVERALL OPINION

    Small 15 watt transistor amp with a tube emulation "on Behringer." It has 2 input jack line level input + CD stereo. A headphone amplifier cuts the house (the amp becomes a 2-channel mixer + CD).

    I bought this amp for 50 euros at Thomann eventually replace my Peavey KB/A100 I find too powerful in most circumstances, too heavy and too unfaithful to the level of sound reproduction.

    I really had a nice surprise :-). This amp is tiny and lightweight, but sounds good (better than my Peavey). Of course, it is not very powerful, but the 15 watts are there. To give you an idea, it covers a singing voice without any problem. I tested it with an iPod and a number of songs: rock, electro, classic. A level of 7 / 10, there is no saturation, although the serious cash. Be careful not to push too hard either, the HP is only 8 inches.

    But unlike my Peavey, the three-band EQ is effective and allowed me to easily find the original sound recordings that I had chosen test. There is a certain roundness in the bass, which does not sound "card" as I expected on an amp of this size, and treble can be crafted well.

    Now I almost regret not having the same sound in a slightly more powerful amp, but I really wins in portability! Compared to its price, I put 8 / 10 (not 10 as the wood vibrates when you push a little too low and there is no limiter to prevent damage to the HP).

    I received the product this morning, I'll be a while in EDIT if I see one problem (HP that made the soul, vibrations, etc ...) and to share my impressions after use (in churches , small rooms, in my garden).
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