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March 31, 2004
Behringer introduced the UltraStack BG412V, at Musikmesse, a high-power guitar cabinet with premium 4x12" heavy-duty-rear-mounted speakers.
The BG412V model features switchable 200-watt, 4 Ohms mono, 2 x 100 Watt or 8 Ohms stereo mode operation.
The speakers in the BG412V are voiced to reproduce classic tone with sparkling highs for clean sound and smooth break-up when distorted, according to Behringer.
Furthermore, the cabinet features recessed carrying handles and casters for easy transport.