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|Package Weight||23.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||21.0 x 14.0 x 12.5"|
|Frequency Response||65Hz to 20kHz|
|Inputs||XLR and 1/4" Phone|
|Power||120V, 60Hz (T 4.0 A H 250V)|
|Dimensions||18.27 x 11.50 x 9.62" (464 x 292 x 244mm)|
|Weight||18.77 lb (8.52kg)|
I bought a pair of these along with a Rolls MX122 Mini Mix Pro mixer and couldn't be happier. Not knowing any better I initially hooked them up to my mixer with 1/4 unshielded speaker cables which basically acted like a big antenna and picked up all sorts of radio interference and noise.
I'm just starting out my mobile DJ business so I started looking for some decent prices speakers. I was kind of skeptical about these even with all the good reviews. After I plugged these speakers up MY FREAKING ROOM EXPLODED! THESE SPEAKERS ARE THE BOMB!
Speaker very nice, compact with Sturdy handle
there just ok for what they are.but for $ they are good at best
Compared to similar powered speaks by Mackie or JBL the Behringer Eurolive series is substantially less expensive. It has an XLR output, which makes it easy to daisy chain speakers together (if you do this with similar Mackie brand speakers you'll find that there is significant signal attenuation...
I now own both the 10 and 12 version of this speaker and am very impressed with the performance of both.
I travel a lot on tour of restaurants and bars. Carry two of those with me (b208d and b210d) - and usually, end up giving them away or selling them on the road (overseas) - because of it, I've purchased more than a dozen of them - and they're awesome.
They are great speakers, they can deliver a lot of sound with a lot of power, definitely for more than 20 people in a room, perfect for house parties and stuff. I've tried them in different conditions, they could run a little bit soft for open spaces where the people are not really close to them...
I use this speaker for my home karaoke system. It is loud enough to do the job. I usually just plug the mic right into it and use it as the vocals speaker and sometimes I plug the mixer into it so that I can use multiple mics at a time.
Use them in the exercise room for workout music. Sounds good.