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A headphone amp for the price of a CD - Reviews Behringer MICROAMP HA400

Value For Money : Excellent
I've had two years in a home studio.
To a question of price, like everyone, I turned to the HA400.
My first impressions acoustic session were as follows: He does his job well, hey you can not push too much volume but it's enough.
For the second, a sound recording for a rock band: Can not grow well without volume overload the HA400. I plug my headphones directly into the stereo output: perfect, I put it in the HA400 knob in the middle, there was a sound two times lower and if I get the volume of HA400, the amplifier saturates. In the end, the sound was difficult and the musicians are not heard ...
Back home with my DT770 I compare with and without and indeed, the volume is limited, its colorful and ultimately a poor quality.
Since I have used over and I went on a samson sphone more neutral though still colorful and generous volume for our group, we made the headphone and to create a sound balance is still better to have his faithful minimum.
After this little HA400, it is not bad. He does his job unpretentious and good value for money. Especially for starters, its low price will enable you to invest more in other elements (including headphones). In terms of sound, it is in the amateur and non-pro studio but for example a musician back unamplified, it is enough.