Behringer EUROLIVE B212 LoudspeakerProduct #600733 Behringer 600733 YAAA Unpowered Speakers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
Full-range sound, easy price, and just 23 lbs!
The Behringer EUROLIVE B212 is a 2-way PA speaker designed for excellent sound at all volume levels. It features 500W handling, 12" long-excursion woofer, a 1-1/4" compression driver with horn, HF driver protection, and a versatile enclosure design that allows positioning for use as a monitor or main. It also has a 35mm polemount socket, ergonomically shaped handles, and two Speakon-type connectors plus two 1/4" jacks.
- 2-way PA speaker
- 500W handling
- 12" long-excursion woofer
- 1-1/4" compression driver with horn
- HF driver protection
- Trapezoidal enclosure
- 35mm polemount socket
- Ergonomical handles
- 2 Speakon-type connectors
- 2 - 1/4" jacks
Unbelievable performance at a fantastic price! Order today!
EUROLIVE B212 Loudspeaker Specifications:
- Frequency range 65 Hz to 18 kHz
- Power rating (Peak Program) 500 W
- Impedance 8 ohms
- Sensitivity (1 W @ 1 m) 93 dB (Full Space)
- Dispersion 90 °x 60 °
- Crossover frequency 2.5 kHz
- Dimensions (H x W x D) approx. 21-2/3" x 13-5/8" x 10-5/8"
- (550 mm x 345 mm x 270 mm)
- Weight approx. 23.2 lbs.
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Got two of these and they have worked out well. Sound good for the price. Light weight and easy to place on stands. Come with Speakon as well as connectors and handle the powered mixer well. Would love to get more for daisy chaining.
Behringer seems to be trying their best to corner the market on good, affordable, PA stuff. I ordered two of these but only received one due to the demand. The price is RIGHT, so please, let's try to keep it there. My only complaint is with the placement of the 1/4 inch inputs. When you use it as a monitor, it rests on the cable end. A right angle adaptor solved the problem. Come on Behringer, let's crank up production, I could use more of these.