Open Box (Scratch and Dent) Behringer B1520 Pro Eurolive Professional Series 15" 2-Way Speaker
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Full-range sound with chest-thumping lows and sparkling highs.
The Behringer EUROLIVE B1520 Pro 2-Way speaker from the Professional Series features a beefy 15" long-excursion woofer and 1-3/4" titanium driver capable of handling 400W/800W program/peak power handling while delivering robust sound pressure levels. A wide 50Hz-18kHz frequency range ensures solid bottom end and brilliant, natural highs. It also features 50x 50 dispersion, a crossover frequency of 2.5kHz, a rugged construction with steel grille, and Speakon connectors. Its rotatable design means it works as either a main or floor monitor, while a 35mm socket allows it to be pole mounted.
- Powerful long-excursion 15" driver
- Rotatable, asymmetrical 1-3/4" HF titanium diaphragm compression driver
- Wide 50x 50 dispersion
- Rotatable design for mains or floor monitor use
- 35mm socket for pole mounting
- Neutrik Speakon connectors
- 400W/800W program/peak power
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B1520 Pro Eurolive Professional Series 15" 2-Way Speaker Specifications:
- SPL: 96dB (1W @ 1m) full space
Frequency range: 50Hz-18kHz (-10dB)
Crossover frequency: 2.5kHz
Dimensions: 15-3/5"W x 25-1/8"H x 16"D
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Comments about Behringer B1520 Pro Eurolive Professional Series 15" 2-Way Speaker:
I dare someone to write a bad review on this one. I just used them for the first time playing in a smaller club and they sounded perfect. Every bit as good as the SR JBL's we normally use. I drove them pretty hard with a ep2400 and they never sounded stressed. They have a wonderful smooth natural sound without any harshness found in some other cheap speakers. Absolutely no complaints. The plastic construction threw me off a bit but they certainly seem rock solid. The best speaker for the dollar period. I cant say enough about Behringer stuff.