New Behringer Utility Items In Shops Now

Three Micro Series models available – headphone amp, line mixer and hum destroyer      24/02/06

New Behringer Utility Items In Shops Now


In the wake of the recent NAMM show, Behringer have announced the immediate availability of some more of the products that they launched there. These latest are three ultra-compact devices from their Micro series – the MICROHD HD400, MICROAMP HA400 and MICROMIX MX400. here’s the lowdown on each of them from Behringer’s own press release…
MICROAMP HA400
The MICROAMP HA400 is a four-channel stereo headphone amplifier designed for use with all types of headphones. With four high-power stereo amplifiers, a high sonic quality is assured even at maximum volume levels. The product also comes with an Output Level control for each channel; ultra low-noise 4580 operational amplifiers; and a DC 12-volt adapter.
MICROMIX MX400
The MICROMIX MX400 is an ultra low-noise four-channel line mixer that provides a high sonic quality even at maximum output levels. The product also comes with an Input Level control for each channel; ultra low-noise 4580 operational amplifiers; and a DC 12-volt adapter.
MICROHD HD400
The MICROHD HD400 is an ultra-compact two-channel hum destroyer that removes AC hum and noise. It breaks ground loops safely, while maintaining a high sonic quality. The product automatically converts unbalanced to balanced signals without any signal loss, and also comes with two 1/4� TRS inputs and outputs for two mono or one stereo signal.
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