Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H

2,000W Bass Amplifier Head with 5-band EQ, MOSFET Preamp, Compressor, DI, FX Loop, and Dynamizer Technology
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An Ultra-high Power, Ultra-lightweight Bass Head

Packing 2,000 watts of room-shaking, chest-pounding muscle, the Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H bass amplifier head will help you lay down the low end. Despite its impressive power, the Ultrabass BX2000H's sturdy chassis is surprisingly lightweight, thanks to its Class D design. Rich with professional features, the Ultrabass BX2000H gives you exceptionally warm high-voltage MOSFET preamp tone, an expressively-dynamic classic compressor, and Dynamizer technology that will give your playing some serious punch. Complete with a 5-band EQ, integral balanced DI, a dedicated FX loop, and more, the Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H bass amplifier head gives you the professional features and phenomenal sound you demand. There are decades of bass-playing experience here at Sweetwater. Give us a call, and we'll be glad to help you out!

Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H Bass Amplifier Head at a Glance:
  • Class D design delivers massive power in a lightweight package
  • High-voltage MOSFET preamp provides high-headroom tube sound
  • Studio-quality compressor smooths peaks and increases sustain
  • Dynamizer technology adds detail and punch to your sound
Class D design delivers massive power in a lightweight package

Because it uses an ultra-efficient Class D amplifier, the Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H bass amplifier head is able to provide you with enormous power and phenomenal sonic performance in a portable, lightweight package. This revolutionary amplifier design eliminates the need for huge power supplies and massive heat sinks, ensuring that your amp retains all of its power, despite its light, energy-efficient form factor. Also, because it uses less energy, the Class D amplifier's efficient design means it can thump all night without breaking a sweat.

High-voltage MOSFET preamp provides high-headroom tube sound

The Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H bass amplifier head gives you surprisingly warm tone for a solid-state amp due to its high-voltage MOSFET preamp. Similar to vacuum tubes, the MOSFET design operates at high voltages, providing you with unbelievable headroom and responsive playing dynamics. When you plug into the Ultrabass BX2000H you can expect consistently crystal-clear and faithful sound reproduction, regardless of the style of music your gig calls for.

Studio-quality compressor smooths peaks and increases sustain

Based on recording equipment from the 1970s, the Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H bass amplifier head's onboard compressor provides you with studio-grade sound quality. The Ultrabass BX2000H's compressor transparently and musically smooths out signal peaks and increases sustain for a polished, professional sound that will quickly become apparent when you're slapping and popping or picking aggressively. A highly-visible status LED lets you know when you exceed the compressor's threshold, making for easy set up.

Dynamizer technology adds detail and punch to your sound

Utilizing parallel compression, the Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H's integrated Dynamizer power management technology provides you with unprecedented tone and dynamic response. Dynamizer technology imbues your tone incredible detail and powerful punch, so your sound is always impeccable whether you're playing super-soft or pushing the envelope. With Dynamizer technology onboard, the Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H bass amplifier head lets you take full advantage of every single watt that's at your disposal.

Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H Bass Amplifier Head Features:
  • Class D design delivers massive power in a lightweight package
  • High-voltage MOSFET preamp provides high-headroom tube sound
  • Built-in studio-quality compressor smooths out peaks and increases sustain
  • Dynamizer power management technology adds detail and punch to your sound
  • Vintage-style VU meter for precise signal level control
  • Dedicated 5-band EQ with deep and bright functions for sound shaping
  • Switchable shape filter provides powerful control over the character of your tone
  • Balanced DI output for direct connection to your mixing console
  • Dedicated FX loop for external effects devices
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
The Behringer Ultrabass BX2000H gives you the professional features and phenomenal sound you demand!

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Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Total Power 2000W
Compression Yes
EQ 5-band
Inputs 2 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x speakON, 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4"
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Manufacturer Part Number BX2000H

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"Thunder" Bass

This newer Bass Amp from Behringer is simply everything I have been looking for. I have owned the Behringer BX3000H and BX4500H (Class A/B Amps) of which I thought were both great and they are extremely reliable.I was a little hesitant moving to a new (Class D) switchable amplifier. Not anymore! Behringer got a bad rap for being one of the first to manufacture music gear in China. They set up a state of the art factory with unbelievable quality control thus the excellent products. Now almost all US music equipment manufactures make thier products in China. Imagine having (2) BX4500h's to drive your speakers! That is how incredibly powerful this amp is and the sound is excellent. Behringer made a Class D amp that delivers great bass! The 5 band EQ is one of the best I have run across and has just the right tonal range for Bass. I like the Bottom end and this Amp delivers. I was able to get rid of my dbx 266XL Compressor for my Bass because of this amps built in Compressor and switchable "Shape"control. Foot switch really adds to the ease of using this amp to deliver the sound you want. This also has (I am assuming) a switching Power Supply with no heavy transformers in it and it is easy to carry compared to past Beringer Bass Amps. This Amp is the best value around as far as I am concerned. I am using this with a 6 x10" Bass Speaker "Stack" The only thing I would like if it could be done is to be able to use this with a 2 Ohm Load. This Amps Power rating is based on 4 Ohm load which is what I am using. I am thinking of getting rid of my 210 Cab and getting another 410. This amp can more than handle it.

Silly Great

For three hundred bucks one cannot do better. Use the analog meter to adjust the gain. Make darn certain your speakers are up to it, and then stand back. This amp destroys $1800 Tech 21.
Music background: Aging pro

Awesome Power

By far the best bass head I have ever seen in 30+ years of playing bass. Tone is excellent and the lows are punchy with very nice treble. Did I mention the price. A steal at $299. Nothing else on the market comes close to this 2000 watt amp. Enjoy!
Music background: Gigging Musician

Nice, especially for the price

Nice amp, insane headroom. I know I could potentially blast my speaker out with the wattage on this thing, but I keep the output within reason. By the way that the amp is designed, it looks like the EQ is parametric, and that's what I was hoping for. It's NOT parametric, all 5 knobs are for a set frequency. Also when I got it in the mail, it was a little bigger than I was expecting, so make sure you look at the dimensions and weight specs. There's a tiny hint of white noise, it's not terrible though, I've heard much worse. I wonder though if the DI will bug sound guys for that reason, I'm not a huge techie so I'm not sure, I'll have to ask the next soundguy I work with. Here's what I like about it (but first a caveat story). -----I bought a pibass before this, because it had a parametric eq on it. It sounded good and worked well with my electric, but when I tried to knock out ugly frequencies on my upright bass pickup (realist pickup), there wasn't enough headroom to raise the volume, I had both input and output cranked and still not enough. I had it returned for that reason----- This amp (behringer) managed to put the frequencies about where I wanted them to be knocked out, which is very fortunate as I was hoping it would be parametric. So when I turn them way down, there's plenty of gain to compensate for the loss of volume, end result: a pretty decent upright bass pickup sound that I could turn up loud if I need to. And, I'm happy with my electric bass sound through it, no complaints, there's nothing fancy to it and I like that. I really can't complain for $300.
Music background: Pro Musician

great value and big power

Behringer is always in a class of its own when it comes to value. I needed a high power practice amp quick and cheap. The bx2000h has great power. It replaced an ampeg I was using and it has twice the power and more eq options. The only negative is the slight white noise. The tone is pretty dry or transparent but at this price it's acceptable. There are better sounding options out there buy you will pay the price. I also use it for a keyboard amp sometimes. Overall very pleased.
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