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Behringer Ultratone K1800FX Reviews

3.5 stars based on 4 customer reviews
  • daveugber
    from KS January 23, 2015Music Background:
    Hobbyist

    Behringer K1800FX

    Sure, it can get lost behind some drums or a fat guitar! it's 45 watts-per-channel! The MAGIC of this device is in getting TWO! linked as a stereo pair ($600new) this is the most versatile, solid amp. I constantly relish in the ability of this amp to include a vocal channel, a channel for playback, a channel for keyboards and a fourth channel for whatever else you desire...all at the same time, and occupying their own frequencies... my bother has the K3000FX, and it is a MONSTER! plenty of muscle and accurate playback... i absolutely LOVE the 1800... i'm not sure why someone expects to pay $300 for an amp and expect it to be up front. Even the Roland of this magnitude has limitations... linking this to a second K1800FX is plenty of juice, and in true stereo, with the ability to literally place left/right anywhere in a room...in fact, it's easier to carry two of these together than one alone!

  • M. Blair
    from Warsaw, IN USA May 12, 2013Music Background:
    Musician

    It's pretty good, not great.

    I've used this amp for about a year now, and I've been wanting a new amp for about four months. It's got some great features, such as a built in effect processor, four channels, and Mic Input. But it can't be played loud enough in practices to be heard over the drums and mix in with the other instruments before it gets worn out and gets really quiet. I definitely recommend it for someone new to keyboards and still experimenting with how to create new sounds, but given it's weight, it's not worth carrying it around everywhere for someone who's more experienced.

  • Dennis j Cray
    from Dunnellon, FL July 23, 2012Music Background:
    Semi pro musician

    Little amp, big sound.

    Has all the 'bells and buzzers'. First thing i did was replace the driver for the horn (80-w) with a 20w driver - now it kicks ass!

    Small, compact, lots of inputs and outputs, effects up the gazoo and one channel even has an XLR. Great for a single or big gig.

    Line out enables you to use the amp as your personal monitor and the stereo line IN can take a signal from the main board.

    Lots of bang for the buck.

  • Bob
    from California May 28, 2012Music Background:
    weekend warrior

    Just not that good.

    I have had it for 3 years. I wanted to like it, really, but am now selling it. I play keys, and in a live setting it just didn't put out enough sound. It will get loud, but it doesnt reproduce the sounds accurately. I have an old peavey kb100 that sounds better than this amp. I am no expert, but I do have ears and I know what I'm hearing and it isn't good. Sorry behringer! I have one of your mixers a d I love it!

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