Behringer KT108 Ultratone Keyboard Amplifier (15 Watts, 1x8")
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Its cutesy looks alone make it a winner, but that's barely the beginning. This super-compact 2-channel, 15-watt keyboard amp is perfect for keyboards, vocals, drum machines or wherever a small sound system is needed. Behringer's revolutionary VTC Virtual Tube Circuitry lends the KT108 tube-like sound, and a separate headphone output is provided for those times when you need to keep it quiet.
Use it as a practice amp and play with accompaniment vie the CD input or take it with you whenever small size is crucial. Its powerful 20-watt dual-cone 8 in. speaker provides a wide frequency response appropriate for an amp with such a variety of possible applications. Included is a dedicated 3-band EQ for the ultimate in no-frills sound shaping. Cute is nice but capable is better. Behringer gives you both.
Features:- Extremely versatile 2-channel keyboard amplifier
- Powerful 20-watt, 8" dual-cone speaker for wide frequency response
- 2 instrument inputs with separate volume control for each channel
- VTC Virtual Tube Circuitry for tube-like sound
- Dedicated 3-band EQ for ultimate sound shaping
- CD input allows you to play along to your favorite music
- Separate headphone output -- perfect for quiet practicing
- High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
- Conceived and designed by Behringer Germany
Reviews From Buyers
I recently purchased this amp, from ZZOUNDS.com, and I am totally satisfied. First off, let me preface my review by admitting that I am NOT a musician. I know nothing of the intricacies of perfecting music played through amps, mixers, etc... However, six months ago I purchased a Yamaha DTXplorer electronic drum kit, also from ZZOUNDS, and I have been trying to teach myself how to play(which has been a lifelong dream). As a 54 year old wannabe-drummer, I finally spent some cash for an amp, the KT-108. To be succinct, it sounds fabulous!!! I had tried to play my set through my Pioneer stereo but to be honest, the speakers couldn't handle the low level bass sounds of the drum kit without becoming very distorted. With the KT-108, voila! Problem solved!!! This amp is great for practicing and has been such a blessing for me to be able to get an idea of how I really sound when I am playing. The CD/mp3 player input is great. It's nice to be able to play along to songs(or in my case, TRY to play along). It's also nice to plug in my headphones to the amp, instead of the outlet on my drum module which will help prolong the life of the module. My kit is very travel-friendly, so I recently took it to the family reunion, on Father's Day. Both of my brothers play guitar, the older of the two also plays piano, keyboard, bass and a few more instruments; and my brother-in-law is a legitimate, used-to-be-a-musician drummer, so we kinda had a family boogiefest. I had not purchased my amp yet, so I used my brother's Peavey 50 watt keyboard amp to play the drums. They sounded good BUT I think that the drums sound much better when played through the KT-108. Again, that's one man's opinion but it's mine and I am sticking to it. Keep in mind, I am not going for volume, I just want quality. I primarily listen to jazz and smooth jazz music, so I don't the need Led Zeppelin window-shattering volume and power. Having said that, let me again reiterate that this is a high-quality, outstanding amp. Many thanks to Behringer for a great product and to ZZOUNDS.com for making it available to folks like me!
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