Behringer AT108 Ultracoustic 15-Watt, 2-Channel Amplifier

Behringer AT108 Ultracoustic 15-Watt, 2-Channel Amplifier

Behringer AT108 Ultracoustic 15-Watt, 2-Channel Amplifier

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Behringer AT108 Ultracoustic 15-Watt, 2-Channel Amplifier

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Behringer's AT108 Ultracoustic 15-Watt, 2-Channel Amplifier has a strong metal enclosure ensuring that your amplifier will be well protected from rough handling. The 20W 8" dual-cone speaker and Virtual Tube Circuitry (VTC) provides your instrument the capability to achieve the unique sound that comes from classical tube amps. In addition, the AT108 has a dedicated CD input, a headphone output, and an additional microphone input with separate volume control, allowing you to play or practice along with your music in privacy.

Versatile Sound Tools
With VTC technology you can achieve the sound associated with classic tube amplifiers. The additional XLR microphone connector gives you the flexibility to either mic up your acoustic guitar, or it can used as a vocal amplifier. The stereo input allows you to add MP3 or CD music to your amplifier, so you can listen and practice along with your favorite music.
Durable & Lightweight
The strong metal enclosure with its high-grade wood cabinet covered in vinyl will assure a long life for this amp. This amplifier was designed for practicing. Its light weight, compact size and durability make this amp ideal for practice while on the road.
UPC: 689076361460
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Behringer AT108 Ultracoustic 15-Watt, 2-Channel Amplifier
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    Behringer AT108 specs

    Power Output 15W
    Speakers Dual-cone Full-range 8.0" (20.3 cm)
    Inputs Instrument - x1
    Microphone - x1
    CD - x1
    Outputs Headphone - x1
    Controls Front Panel Microphone Volume - x1
    Instrument Volume - x1
    Low-Range Frequency Controller - x1
    Mid-Range Frequency Controller - x1
    High-Range Frequency Controller - x1
    Power Switch - x1
    Controls Rear Panel None
    Effect Type Tube-like Amplifier Sound
    Casters No
    Dimensions (WxDxH) 14.1 x 6.4 x 12.7" (35.7 x 16.2 x 32.2 cm)
    Weight 11.2 lbs (5.6 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 14.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 15.4 x 13.8 x 7.5"

    Behringer AT108 reviews

    AT108 Ultracoustic 15-Watt, 2-Channel Amplifier is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for I was really excited waiting to try this amp: small, sturdy, enough output power, equalizer - just what I wanted! When it arrived, I spent a lot of time trying all possible combinations of volume and equalizer settings trying to make the sound acceptable. Not even great, just acceptable. I could not. Amps are not my field of expertise but I have a layman's opinion that the point of failure is the speaker which just can't deliver all the frequencies spectrum the amplifier pumps out. Now I am returning it for a refund, glad that I ordered it in B&H who make buying AND returning as easy as you can imagine.
    Date published: 2012-01-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect, Quick shipping Nothing more to say then thank you.
    Date published: 2012-03-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good mini amp! Very good portable amp with 1/4 and XLR mic inputs. Very good quality and value for your money.
    Date published: 2011-11-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Amp Fabulous small amp, sounds good, looks good and a great price, what more could you want?
    Date published: 2017-03-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Small but Capable Amp! Hearing ourselves the way we sound to others is of the essence in music. This small, acoustic Behringer Ultracoustic AT108 amplifier gives the musician/singer the needed outside feedback to get things sounding right.No one hears themselves the way they sound to others. This simple reality must be understood and somehow corrected for by anyone recording music. This is why performers in the studio wear headphones while recording and why a small acoustic amplifier is a necessary piece of gear for an acoustic guitar playing, singing song writer. The Behringer Ultracoustic AT108 acoustic amplifier more than does the job.As the owner of eight completely acoustic guitars, I thought a lot for years about trying amplification. I probably never hesitated with ambivalence about any other purchase in my life. Much to my delight, together with a passive, inexpensive hole-mounted pick-up (the Seymour Duncan SA3SC Woody) , an inexpensive Audio- Technica vocal microphone and this Behringer AT108, I can hear a fullness and richness that actually makes good instruments sound even better!At least as importantly, it allows me to hear myself more the way I am heard by others who will not hear me, as I do in part, from the resonations inside my skull.One of the most universal and predictably shocking experiences anyone who records their own voice is struck by is how different it sounds when recorded than it does when they are singing or speaking it. The mechanics of this ubiquitous situation are not difficult to fathom.To hear what those listening hear, you have to arrange things so as to hear the sound coming TO you, not FROM you. That is where an amplifier comes in handy. It aims your own sound back at you so you can hear something a lot closer to what an audience would hear.When we 'hear' ourselves without any external amplification or direct audio feedback, we are 'hearing' a combination of the sounds being processed through our ears as well as those vibrations and sounds that are created by the vibrations in our heads. The people who hear us, only hear us through their ears. The two experiences are not the same.To discover how we really sound to others, we can go about it two ways. First, we can go ahead and record ourselves then listen and be astounded at how different we sound from how we thought we were sounding while recording, or we can put our practice through electronics - either through an external amplifier or through headphones, so that we can hear ourselves more closely to the way we will be heard by others.As an acoustic guitar player, I recently invested in a small, specifically acoustic amplifier, the Behringer Ultracoustic AT108, and have found the results to be simply astounding as I can now, for the first time, practice my songs until they sound the way I would like them to sound to others before recording them.For a small amplifier that successfully replicates, electronically, the deep richness of an old tube acoustic amplifier, this Behringer AT108 provides amply volume for both the instrument and separate input voice, along with a three section equalizer, to provide the self-accompanying guitarist with the sound of what s/he really sound like to others. It can, initially, be a rather shocking experience!Technically, this AT108 is at the low end of the famous Behringer line. Although the company is based in Germany, this box is built in China to their specifications. Solidly built and encased in a brown vinyl wrapping, it sports:- 15 Watts of Power amp output,- An 8 dual-cone full-range loudspeaker with 4 Ohm impedance and a powerrating of 20 Watts,- Inputs for an instrument (1/4 TS mono connector,) a microphone ( BalancedXLR) and for CDs (1/4 TRS stereo connector,)- A headphone output connector ( 1/4 TRS stereo connector, and- Three (Low, Mid and High Range) frequency controllers.The unit measures approximately 13 X 14 X 7 inches, weighs just over 11 pounds and is easily portable. It comes delivered with 13 feet of instrument ready plug-in cabling.Finally, to answer a question I had that caused me to hesitate for years before buying a small acoustic amp, it does NOT make an acoustic guitar sound, in any way, like an electric guitar. The sound is that of a deepened and amplified acoustic. The natural tones are enhanced, not rendered tinny or 'electrified.'It is at home in a room when you are alone practicing or on a stage in a small venue. The 15 amps pack a wallop and it can blast pretty loudly for its petite and easily portable configuration.At a current on line retail of somewhere between $ - $, an entire enhanced world of acoustic playing, practicing and listening is now open to me. The Behringer AT108 just might turn out to be one of the smartest investments I have ever made on behalf of my acoustic guitar playing, singing and recording.
    Date published: 2012-12-17
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