Tag Archives: amps

BEHRINGER’s ELX Line Array Elevates Rivalry Clash Tailgate Party

BEHRINGER provided its new ELX-42 Line Array loudspeakers and complete X32 mixing and monitoring solution for this year’s Rivalry Clash 5 and 10K races so it’s massive tailgate party had massive sound.

The tailgate party featured performances from Fox and the Law, Whiskey Syndicate, Panama Gold and NTNT on its main stage, which was completely decked out with state-of-the-art live sound reinforcement equipment.

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Beginner Tips: The Language Of Guitar Amplifiers


What Does a Guitar Amp Do?

Everyone knows that guitars and amps go together – just like rock & roll and loud! We’ve all seen musicians onstage, with their guitars plugged into amps or stacks of amps. But why did he/she choose that particular amp – and what does an amp do other than make your guitar sound louder?

A guitar amp has two main functions. First, it allows you to “shape” the signal going from your guitar into the amp. Second, it takes that custom-tailored signal and drives it through the power amp, which then boosts the signal level and sends it to the speaker, so you can get face-melting volume (or at least — Read more

BEHRINGER releases CP6000 Series wall controllers for EUROCOM MA6000 Digital Mixer-Amplifiers

 

CP6000UL (U.S.)

CP6000UL (U.S.)

7/7/2013 Seattle, WA — BEHRINGER has added to the utility of the MA6000 series of Digital Mixer-Amplifiers with the release of the CP series of wired remote control panels. Designed to offer low-cost remote volume control and source selection, the CP6000UL will fit North American electrical boxes while the CP6000EU is sized for European applications. Available immediately through the EUROCOM distribution network, the CP series offer yet another dimension of — Read more

BEHRINGER Amps Survive Flood

When keyboardist Jack Manzella rescued two BEHRINGER keyboard amps from the watery depths of Allison Wonder Band‘s flooded rehearsal space, he thought his gear was lost forever. However, to everyone’s amazement, when the amps dried out they still worked!

The KX1200 and K3000FX had been completely submerged for four days, but the Allison Wonder KX1200 smalldurable amps proved they could handle just about anything. They were not so lucky with their non-BEHRINGER gear, which gave out.

In an email to BEHRINGER, Jack Manzella commented, “BEHRINGER gets A+ for — Read more