In ultrasound (US) imaging, various types of adaptive beamforming techniques have been investigated to improve the resolution and the contrast-to-noise ratio of the delay and sum (DAS) beamformers. Unfortunately, the performance of these adaptive beamforming approaches degrades when the underlying model is not sufficiently accurate and the number of channels decreases. To address this problem, here, we propose a deep-learning-based beamformer to generate significantly improved images over widely varying measurement conditions and channel subsampling patterns. In particular, our deep neural network is designed to directly process full or subsampled radio frequency (RF) data acquired at various subsampling rates and detector configurations so that it can generate high-quality US images using a single beamformer. The origin of such input-dependent adaptivity is also theoretically analyzed. Experimental results using the B-mode focused US confirm the efficacy of the proposed methods.