Behringer UltraTone KX1200
Behringer UltraTone KX1200

UltraTone KX1200, Keyboard Amplifier from Behringer in the UltraTone series.

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MGR/Task Ledbetter 10/09/2003

Behringer UltraTone KX1200 : MGR/Task Ledbetter's user review

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I bought this Behringer kx1200 keyboard amp for $275 u.s.d. at Guitar Center in Memphis,Tennessee, USA. My reason for purchasing this was so that I wouldn't have to haul my large Sunn Coliseum bass amp system to smaller gigs.

The thing that I like most about this amplifier is the tone. It is rated at 120 Watts (RMS) and features a 15' driver with a 3' midrange and a little tweeter.
It also has four quarter-inch inputs, buffered effects-loop, balanced lines in and out(1 of each) and two sets of RCA jacks, both in and out. The bastard even has a quarter-inch line-out jack plus an internal cooling fan and detachable AC cable. Hell, the thing probably has about 5 or 6 other rear panel features that I forgot to mention, plus a 4-band EQ and master volume. This unit also has 4 individual volume knobs, one per channel. 100% solid-state circuit, which means no tubes to hassle with.Oh, and the Behringer kx1200 features a very traditional Fender cabinet design with silver control panel and logoplus old-school corner guards. The black vynil upholstry is flawless, the speaker is better than expected, and the metal side-handles are a huge convenience when it comes time to pack up and go.

No dislikes, everything works beautifully

The unit is robustly constructed and heavy, which,as everyone knows,is a sign of quality. The upholstry is flawless. The knobs are of a type easily replaced should they ever chance to fall off or break. The nice brushed-steel control panel is logically arranged and easily read. In a word, BUILT TO LAST

Bassists, if a small combo-type amplifier is what you're looking for, make it a Behringr KX1200 combo. The other brands seem to lack features and power by comparison to this unit.

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