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1.0 out of 5 stars A total waste of money, 8 Feb. 2014
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This review is from: Behringer HA400 Microamp 4 Channel Stereo Headphone Amplifier (Electronics)
I don't usually write reviews here on Amazon but on this occasion I had too as this is the biggest load of junk I have ever bought. I know it's only £14-99 so you can expect much but I didn't expect something that sounded distorted like you were listening to a radio channel not tuned in properly and the sound doesn't go louder, which is the whole point of the amplifier.

I listened to it trough and Amazon Kindle HD tablet and a Creative mp3 player, I would honestly say that putting cotton wool over your years and then putting your headphones on top of that would have a similar audio effect.
Avoid.
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Initial post: 25 Feb 2014 19:01:34 GMT
Gregorius says:
From your description, it sounds as though the input level that you are supplying is way too high, thus driving the little amp into clipping. Try turning down the volume on the device suppplying the input. This might fix the problem. If you can't get a clean signal even from a low input, maybe you've just got a faulty one. Those good reviews can't ALL be lying!

The real point of an amplifier like this is not to boost volume levels beyond what your device normally supplies, but to allow four users each to have her/his own choice of volume level from a single source. If you just want huge volume into a single pair of cans, this is not your device of choice.
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