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stay away from HA400 from Behringer

post #1 of 8
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thought it was a decent purchase, but now that i plugged my headphones into my source card, the headphones don't respond to any guitar strings or have the clarity like they used to.  did i blow them already by putting them into the amp?  please help.  ad700 headphones.

post #2 of 8

Well that sucks....I was thinking of purchasing the HA400 to eliminate the need of constantly plugging/unplugging my different headphones all the time. 

 

So how bad does it degrade the quality? (from a scale from 1-10)

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 

i wouldn't say it degrades the quality, i would say it ruins your headphones.  i had my ad700's hooked up for just a few days and i found out the one day that the highs and mids were almost completely gone.  it could have been that i accidentally put the volume all the way up a few times by accident, but i would say if you want something like this get the Rolls Pro Amp.  its about double the price but its better quality and you get 1/4 and 3.5mm jacks to plug into.  this behringer only had 1/4 jacks which was a pain.  you also need a 2x male rca plugs and on the other end a 3.5mm or 1/4 jack to plug into your source for the rolls pro amp.  i bought teh ha400 for almost teh same reason as you but i would stay away.  if you still want it, i will sell you mine for really cheap.


Edited by jschristian44 - 10/11/10 at 9:29am
post #4 of 8

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by jschristian44 View Post

It could have been that i accidentally put the volume all the way up a few times by accident, 


YOU blew up your headphones because you misused some associated equipment. Accept responsibility for this rather than dragging someone else into it.

post #5 of 8

I own a HA400, and I've had no isses with it for over 2 years.  It's great for when friends come over as I can plug in multiple headphones.

post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 

yeah i think it was totally my fault.  sorry.

post #7 of 8

dudes.. it does hurt your headphones and sp[eakers it fricking buckled every one of my headphone driver when plugging in headphones jack or connecting ha400 to power. 

 

I have no idea about the design of such amps, but it is not when i connect the sound source that it make such dangerous buckling and boom popping sound that can hurt my ear enough no matter what volumn from 0-10 it';s the same level of pop noise if not louder at 10(with no music of course)

 

there is not even a costumer support line from behringer

 

someone from behringer better stand out and explain this to me or else,,

post #8 of 8

Sorry, Behringer equipment is hit or miss and good costumer support from a budget manufacturer? Do not expect too much and check the manual, reviews and forum feedback...

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