The Behringer Powerplay PRO-XL HA4700 is a headphone amp that makes a perfect addition to your studio setup. This professional headphone amp has 4 quiet, powerful channels that can drive loads down to... Read More
The Behringer Powerplay PRO-XL HA4700 is a headphone amp that makes a perfect addition to your studio setup. This professional headphone amp has 4 quiet, powerful channels that can drive loads down to 8 ohms and offer improved sound performance, comprehensive signal routing, and mixing functions. Each section offers mono/stereo operation, balancing, left/right mute, LED output meter, high and low EQ, balance and volume controls in one rack space. Servo-balanced, gold-plated XLR and 1/4" TRS I/O include 3 headphone outputs per channel, 2 XLR and 2 - 1/4" TRS inputs, and 2 XLR and 2 - 1/4" TRS outputs.
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I bought this as an alternative to on stage in-ear monitoring for my band at church. Is it Aviom? No. But I'll tell you what, this gave us exactly what we needed. We fed a basic monitor mix into it and everybody was able to up their own instrument in their individual channel. If you want a "poor man's" alternative to in-ear, this is your answer. I'd recommend this to anyone! I've had no problems with the channels having different volumes like some reviews stated and the thing has been running without incident for 2 years. And I get PLENTY of volume. There are no downsides that I have found.
I've had this headphone amp for about a year, and it's in my mobile rack, which I move once a week. It's been fine for all I've needed. The only thing that I have a little reserve on is this: when I plug an instrument into the "aux" jack of a given channel so as to enable that musician to crank up his own instrument in the mix, I've found some buzz -- like a ground loop. Now it's important to realized that I'm saying this: I'm taking a guitar, plugging it into the sound board, and then ... with either a Y-cord, or the channel insert jack from the sound board, I'm running a 2nd line to the aux jack of a specific channel of this Behringer unit -- that is, it goes to the channel which the guitar player is listening to via headphones ... when I do this, I do find some buzz that I haven't been able to get out. However, that buzz has *not* affected the other channels. Besides from the above, this unit is versatile enough that I can use it to drive my monitor speakers -- and that's good. I also can use it to send a stereo line-level mix to my video camera, so I get a stero mix with sound-board-quality on my videos ... not bad, eh? I think this is WELL WORTH THE MONEY.
This item was purchased for the purpuse of having more than one set of headphones connected to the same audio source . This is great for you and your band members to listen to your home recordings . The features are ok and the sound is accurate . The frequency response is very wide 10hz - 150khz . The output can get as loud as you need . Its built like a tank but like all electronics the insides are fragile . If you and your budys need to mix your songs at the same time i recomend this product to you . Remember when you purchase your headphones they should all be the same model . My rating is based souly off of the performence for the price . 5 STARS
I initialy was not going to buy this product due to the brand and some negative reviews, but I thought I would give it a go anyway and I'm glad I did. This unit, while it does not give the high fidelity sound reproduction associated with more expensive gear, sounds good for monotoring without any aparent flaws. There is a slight audible hum if you dont set the levels corectly, but after some tweeking it is too quiet to hear. All channels work fine as well. The features are great for the money. I would recoment this to anyone looking to add a good headphone amp to their project studio. I immagine you would not find this unit in a pro studio, but it wouldnt suprise me if you did.
I have had the HA4700 for 2 months now and wished I had gotten it sooner.We practice in my garage and when we didn't have the HA4700 the calls would come in!! And, due to the room the sound wasn't quite palatable. Then we get the HA4700 HOLY MOSES!!! We each select our own volume, lows and highs, and we can hear each other and BEST OF ALL the neighbors love it! As do we. So do yourself a favor go get the HA4700 great piece at a GREAT PRICE!
Versatility enhances the Powerplay Pro, with it's four different stereo or eight mono "More Me" monitor mixes. But routed to a multitrack recorder you can put down four stereo tracks or eight mono tracks of the same instrument with different effects for layering your sound and experimenting or four other instruments in stereo or eight instruments in mono and/or mix it all down to two tracks. Features, value and flexability make this a good all around choice.
The Powerplay Pro is a great headphone amp for the money. What I like about it, is that it allows you to send "more or one musicians sound to them" or to any one of the players without making the others suffer ! When I rehearse with my band under headphones our bass player can never be loud enough and I only want to hear him at a decent level. The Powerplay lets me give him his desired level of volume without destroying our ears. That's a nice feature.
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