#1
i need a new amp and and i saw this one and it looks like a killer deal for only 300, or am i just missing something here?
amp
and do i need to buy a head for it? forgive me for being a newb
#2
How did I know this would be Behringer? lol

Don't touch ANYTHING by Behringer except the V-Amp and their rackmount tuner.

And yes, you would need a head for that.

EDIT: And if you're a newb, there is NO need to go get an 810 cabinet.
Last edited by Deliriumbassist at Nov 16, 2007,
#4
1. No head
2. No quality control
3. No need for 8 speakers in your case

That cab seems to be chock full of NO
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#6
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1. No head
2. No quality control
3. No need for 8 speakers in your case

That cab seems to be chock full of NO


Number 2 is the most important.

And before you say 'but itz still 2000W lulz', they don't calculate power that same way as everyone else, so it's massivly overrated.
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+1
#9
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It's probably all MDF too...

MDF if you're lucky. Most Behringers are made of WTF!?!?
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#11
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Sigged.

Not going to lie - I was dying for someone to sig that. But seriously folks - there's a lesson to be learned here. Believe in your common sense - you're not smarter than anyone getting a piece of gear of that 'power' for that price. There's a reason you never see anyone playing them ever.
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I was looking at a used Warwick Vampyre LTD 5'er for about $200. I went home to grab my wallet and came back and some jerk with an epic beard got it already..