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  • forart
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-05-17

    Hi everyone, since Behringer studio amplifiers are often used in home HiFi too, someone made an unofficial DIY kit to convert their look:

    A500_hifikit_1.jpg

     

    The main problem - since it's CNC manufactured - is the cost (around 120€)...

    ...it would be great if Behringer release an OFFICIAL "look conversion kit" at a reasonable price (50€ or even less) !

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  • CJ1988
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-05-17

    Hello, I purchased a Bugera 6262 Infinium guitar amp head from Adorama Camera. It was shipped to me and arrived when they said it would. Upon plugging everything in the first time I found the lead channel to be very faint and almost completely inaudible. The clean/crunch channels work great but I am not paying for an amp that only halfway works.

     

    Now, that being said: I contacted the dealer and was told to get in contact with Bugera as Bugera would send me a retube set. I called the support number and got an automated voice directing me here, which is completely ridiculous. Human interaction is needed for some cases, even in today's tech savvy society. 

     

    I have an email out to support and figured I'd post here, any help is greatly appreciated!

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    • CJ1988
      ShanePierce


      @CJ1988 wrote:


      Hello, I purchased a Bugera 6262 Infinium guitar amp head from Adorama Camera. It was shipped to me and arrived when they said it would. Upon plugging everything in the first time I found the lead channel to be very faint and almost completely inaudible. The clean/crunch channels work great but I am not paying for an amp that only halfway works.


       


      Now, that being said: I contacted the dealer and was told to freejobalert gimp notepad++ get in contact with Bugera as Bugera would send me a retube set. I called the support number and got an automated voice directing me here, which is completely ridiculous. Human interaction is needed for some cases, even in today's tech savvy society. 


       


      I have an email out to support and figured I'd post here, any help is greatly appreciated!





      Hi there.


      I also once recieved a faulty product from Behringer and I returned it with some help from them. You will get through too.



      Regards,


      Shane

      • July 8, 2019
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