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You can use up to 8 sets of headphones on this unit, which is more than most would need. Each channel has its own volume control, plus a master volume control for the 2 mixes it can use. They can get very loud! Be careful when setting your levels - you could blow out your headphones and ear drums.
Each channel also has a mono switch, and a toggle switch to use either mix 1 or mix 2 coming into the amp. Another convenience is that you can insert your headphones into the front or rear of the amp, which cuts down a bit on cable tangling.
I will say however that this headphone amp is quite noisy as you crank it up. You start to hear a lot of crackle and hum at high volumes, and it seems to increase as the channel numbers increase. So the first headphone insert is fairly quiet, but the 8th one is a lot noisier. This unit is quite cheap, as with most Behringer products. Reu Germany, with headphones HPS of the same brand. C walk a lot. I use it as an individual return for each musicos. It is powered by Ctlr I left my room by the table or to send, according to the conf.
As usual with this brand. If it again, I Do not hesitate. Did you find this review helpful? So do not register with deaf musicians, especially the saturation transients are very ugly This is not the top, but for the price, hard to complain.
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