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Behringer B412DSP 600W 12" Active Loudspeaker

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With integrated mixer and DSP control!

The Behringer B412DSP is a state-of-the-art loudspeaker that will simply blow you away with its 600W. It holds a bi-amped 600W engine which drives a high-efficiency 12" woofer for brutal punch and a 1.75" titanium driver for high-end resolution. The loudspeaker's built-in mixer allows you to run the show without any extra equipment.

But this animal also has a brain: a powerful 24-bit DSP controls the crossover, a dual compressor/limiter, phase and time corrections and even a noise gate. The intelligent dynamic EQ makes sure your system sounds perfect at any sound level. Powerful, but so lightweight you don't have to be a gorilla to carry it.

Features
  • High-power 600-watt 2-way PA sound reinforcement speaker with integrated
  • Mixer for live and playback applications
  • State-of-the-art 24-bit digital signal processor for ultimate system control
  • Digital crossover, phase and time correction for perfect driver alignment plus dual compressor/limiter for total system protection
  • Digital noise gate, low-cut filter, 2-band EQ, dynamic contour filter for ultimate sound reproduction
  • 2 ULN Mic/line inputs with individual volume controls and peak LEDs
  • Extremely powerful 12" long-excursion driver provides incredibly deep bass and acoustic power
  • State-of-the-art 1.75" titanium-diaphragm compression driver for exceptional high-frequency reproduction
  • Ultra-wide dispersion and large format exponential/conical horn wit multi-cell aperture throat
  • Additional line output enables linking of additional speaker systems
  • Versatile trapezoidal enclosure design allows different positioning stand mounting with 35-mm pole socket
  • Tilts on its side for use as a floor monitor
  • Ergonomically shaped handles for easy carrying and setup
 

B412DSP 600W 12" Active Loudspeaker Specifications:

  • B412DSP Speakers:
    Output power (Peak Program):
    Low-frequency range: 460 W
    High-frequency range: 140 W
    DSP: 24-Bit fixed-point Motorola
    AD/DA converter: 24-Bit/48kHz
    Limiter: Dual protection for woofer and driver
    Dynamic EQ: dual parametric EQs
    Noise gate: Variant (off to ”30 dB < -45dBr)
    EQ High: ±15dB (12kHz)
    EQ Low: ±15dB (100kHz)
    Low Cut: 40“160Hz (24 db/Oct.)
    High-performance woofer: 12" (305 mm) long-excursion
    Tweeter compression driver : 1-3/4" (44 mm) titanium-diaphragm
    Frequency range 45Hz to 20kHz
    Impedance: 8 ohms
    Max. sound pressure level: 127 dB @ 1m
    Dispersion: 90 x 45
    Crossover: 1.7 kHz, Butterworth, 24dB/Oct.
    Dimensions: 15-1/2" W x 26" x 15" D
    Weight: 65 lb.
    High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life

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BehringerB412DSP 600W 12" Active Loudspeaker
 
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5.0

it might be heavy but -

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from birmingham

Comments about Behringer B412DSP 600W 12" Active Loudspeaker:

sound quality is amazing, dare i say it? as good as the mackie srm450, ive used both and prefer to pocket the difference

(6 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
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You have to be a Gorilla to be able to pick it up!!

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from Australia

Comments about Behringer B412DSP 600W 12" Active Loudspeaker:

Behringer got it all wrong with this particular model. While all other speaker manufactorers are making lightweight speakers, Behringer decide to bring out a 30kg Gorilla. Try putting it on a speaker stand and see how your back feels afterwards.

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