Behringer UltraBass BXD3000H

300-watt 2-ch Bass Amp Head with Compressor
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Budget-friendly bass power!

There's no reason to spend a ton when you need stage-ready bass power. The Behringer UltraBass BXD3000H bass head boasts 300 watts of oomph, but the Class D design keeps the weight down, making it great for gigging. With two channels (channel one is clean and channel two is more aggressive), there's a tone for any occasion. You can further shape the sound with the onboard 7-band EQ with a spectrum analyzer, which makes it easy to dial in the perfect sound. At Sweetwater, we know that value is important - and the Behringer UltraBass BXD3000H bass head is loaded with value!

Behringer UltraBass BXD3000H Bass Head Features:
  • 2-channel design for flexibility
  • 300 watts of Class D power
  • 7-band EQ with spectral analyzer to shape the sound
  • Built-in compressor
  • UltraBass processor adds an octave-down signal for extra bottom end
Solid sound needn't cost a fortune with the Behringer UltraBass BXD3000H bass head!

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Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 300W
Compression Yes
EQ 7-band (Graphic)
Inputs 1 x 1/4", 2 x RCA
Outputs 3 x 1/4", 1 x XLR
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Height 4.6"
Width 17.7"
Depth 8.9"
Weight 7.7 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number BXD3000H

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 23 reviews
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5/5

Behringer BXD3000H Bass Head

Bought it as a backup for smaller gigs not needing my Bugera Nuke Head. But, used it at a jam to run my keyboard through with a Bugera 115 Cab. This little 300 watt head did great with the 2000 watt cab. Lightweight head at 7lbs also beats lugging a 75lb rack case with my big Nuke head. I highly recommend this product for any use.
5/5

worth it

For the price, you won't match a bang for your buck. i'm running it to a 4x10 8ohm cab and it drives the hell out of it. i'll use it at a rehearsal in a couple of weeks, and a small block party in August and i'll update after those, but from my testing it out, this thing was worth every penny.
Music background: singing bassist
5/5

A versatile amp that does more than just bass

The UltraBass BXD3000H rattles the molars with an unexpected combination of sound, power and versatility packed into an affordable welterweight amp that's more than capable of running with the big dogs. Selected to be the muscle behind a vintage rotary speaker modification, we're using the Behringer to drive two demanding 350 watt monsters - with enough left in the tank to effortlessly spank a 300 watt external sub and let the neighbors know it's clearly in the house. While the BXD3000H was born for the bass, it performs equally well when coupled to the back end of a portable keyboard and spun at 1,200 RPM. A keyboard amp? The Behringer's EQ capabilities and its variety of tone shaping functions work together to help close the 450-pound digital gap standing between all those five-octave plastic slabs and that elusive B-Something sound. Don't like what you're hearing? The Behringer packs more than enough tools to allow you to fine tune and fix it. Without going broke, or having a chiropractor on speed dial. At 8 ohms and 150 watts, it's loud. At 4 ohms and a full 300 watts, stop playing and answer the door. It's the police. Unless you're working the stadium circuit, a properly configured BXD3000H really is all the amp you'll likely need to deliver some serious mid-sized venue punch to your bass or keyboard. All gushing aside, the BXD3000H is a legitimate five star value that's hard to beat when the bottom line matters.
Music background: Career-interrupted rocker turned rotary speaker guy
5/5

WOW

I wasn't expecting this much for $! Granted i'm using it with some expensive speakers...but this thing sounds GREAT! Best $ I've spent in a long time. you can't go wrong with this thing...just don't peg the compressor boost unless you want to blow speakers! Other than that it's a winner!
5/5

Holy cow!

This is an amazing amplifier for the money! I've been a pro player for over 40 years and I've owned all the 'great' gear. I decided to buy this amp because it is light-weight and since I've had issues with Mark Bass, Fender and Ampeg gear over the recent years, I figured I would spend less and get something that could pay for itself after one gig. I have a Behringer powered mixer and it's always been reliable so what the heck. Right outta the box and onto the stage this amp did a wonderful job. The octaver feature is wonderful and the flat EQ sound of this thing is voiced better than the Mark Bass, in my opinion. I'm loving it!!!
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