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Behringer EUROPOWER PMH3000 Powered Mixer  

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    Behringer

    Ultracompact 800W 16-channel powered mixer with 24-bit multi-FX processor and FBQ feedback detection system.

    The Behringer PMH3000 Europower Powered Mixer has 16 channels (8 mono + 4 stereo), plus stereo tape returns, 2 monitor paths, and extremely flexible I/O options. The 2x400W (800W bridged mode) CoolAudio amplifier will easily handle a large audience for live music. Incredible sonic performance and super-light weight delivered in an ultracompact mixer that is nearly half the weight of conventional powered sound mixers.

    Adding to the list of Behringer "big-mixer" features are: XPQ 3D surround sound effect, integrated Voice Canceler which removes vocals for karaoke applications, stereo 7-band graphic EQ with FBQ feedback detection, dual 12-segment LED output level meters and faders for precise level control of mono, main 1, and monitor 1 and 2 buses. The integrated mono output can be used to feed an external subwoofer. Stereo power amp inserts and phones/ctrl R output with dedicated level control for headphones or powered monitors are also onboard.

    8 balanced low-impedance mic inputs with state-of-the-art IMP "invisible" mic preamps, low-cut filter and additional channel inserts plus balanced high-impedance line inputs for direct connection of line sources or high-output instruments. Full-featured channel strips include input level trim controls, signal and clip LED indicators, dual monitor sends, FX sends, mute and PFL functions, plus high-quality 60mm logarithmic faders for exact level control. Mono channels also include low-cut filters, inserts for connecting external processors and A/B switching for selecting the 1/4" TRS or RCA input connectors on channels 9—12. The dedicated CD/tape input allows you to connect a line-level stereo source so you can play music during your breaks without having to change the fader positions and lose your mix. The super-rugged carrying handle makes it easy to transport while professional Speakon connectors ensure outstanding performance and reliable connection.

    Features

    • Super-compact 2x400W (800W bridged mode) stereo powered mixer
    • Revolutionary and patented CoolAudio Amplifier Technology: Enormous power, incredible sonic performance, and super-light weight
    • Ultracompact dimensions at nearly half the weight of conventional powered mixers means no more lugging around dead weight
    • 16-channel mixer section comprised of 8 mono and 4 stereo channels plus separate tape returns
    • Integrated 24-bit stereo FX processor with 99 outstanding Virtualizer presets including reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, and more
    • Revolutionary FBQ Feedback Detection System instantly reveals critical frequencies for easy feedback removal
    • 8 high-quality IMP "Invisible" Mic Preamps with switchable +48 V phantom power for condenser microphones
    • Effective, extremely musical 3-band EQ, switchable low cut filter and clip LEDs on all mono channels
    • Stereo 7-band graphic EQ allows precise frequency correction of monitor or main outputs
    • Voice Canceler function removes singer's voice from recordings for Karaoke applications
    • Selectable stereo (main L/R), double mono (main/monitor) or bridged mono amplifier operation mode
    • Breathtaking XPQ 3D stereo surround effect for more vitality and enhanced stereo image
    • Adjustable stereo CD/tape input for connecting external signal sources
    • Multifunctional stereo preamp outputs for added flexibility
    • Internal switch-mode power supply for maximum flexibility (100 - 240 V~), noise-free audio, superior transient response and lowest possible power consumption
    • Extremely rugged construction ensures long life even under the most demanding conditions
    • Designed in Germany

    Everything you want for a whole lot less than you'd expect. Go for it now. If you're not totally impressed, we'll refund your money, guaranteed.

     
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    4.2

    (based on 27 reviews)

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    A Great Compact Mixer

    First off, considering how light weight this unit is, it puts out a lot of power. My Peavy 4C power amp (which never let me down), with 210 watts/side at 8...Read complete review

    First off, considering how light weight this unit is, it puts out a lot of power. My Peavy 4C power amp (which never let me down), with 210 watts/side at 8 ohms weights five times as much! I've owned this mixer for over a year, and used it for 10 gigs. I run it in spilt mono, with the A side running two JBL TR125's in series for the mains, and four Fender Squire SQ12M's run in a Parallel/Series configuration to make the impedance work out to 8 Ohms (wire each pair of monitors in parallel, and then series those pairs). Sure, I'm running the sliders almost full out, but I'm not getting any appreciable distortion in the vocals, and have even had the bar have us turn down. While I expected loads of headroom when I bought it, and then felt disappointed at first that I had to run the sliders so hot, over time I've decided that in comparison to the 100lb poweramp/effects rack box I used to lug around, if my girlfriend can haul the PA and poweramp in one hand, that's pretty impressive. Certainly if you playing big halls this won't cut it. But for anyone playing the 50 - 200 patron sized bars, this is perfect. Just plug in the mic cables, speaker cables, and go. No need for patch cords to run the amp and outboard effects.

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    If your not serious

    I have been working with this board for 2 years now and I can say I am not happy with it.First, the power IS to weak, If you are tryign to record from this...Read complete review

    I have been working with this board for 2 years now and I can say I am not happy with it.First, the power IS to weak, If you are tryign to record from this using the meter as your output determiner maintaining a below 0db level (clipping in terms of recording) and having good output levels is impossible (amp output is linked to master level fader, why!?!?).Second, Overall construction of this is less then par in my mind, there is an overall cheap feel to it (The board had a fader go bad and after some bending *shutter* it worked again.Third, sound quality is poor. If your just learning or gigging for fun thats fine, but if your serious I would advise going the proper route of a dedicated amplification system and seperate sound board.

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    5.0

    For the price, it can't be beat

    By rocker22-GD2Cx

    from Nebraska

    I have owned this mixer for just over a year, and I have yet to experience problems. Yes, this mixer is somewhat underpowered, but it is rated at 400w/channel at 4ohms, and running 8 ohm speakers you can only expect about half of that. The onboard effects work flawlessly, and the options on this board rival boards twice the price. Also, this mixer effectively handles clipping. Even with the red lights blinking very often, it rarely causes distortion.

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    5.0

    Good to go

    By Mike Nichols-Nmz_D

    from Jemison Al.

    I have had this mixer for about 2 and a half years and it does what they say it will do. The effects are ok with a little tweaking { most of them you will never use} but all in all can't beat it for the money.

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    5.0

    Great Sound Board

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    This mixer is just perfect for what I use. I won't really need all the different feects, esecially the "special ones" I have already tried them, and decided they will not be used in concert, maybe for fun though. Otherwise this is a great mixer.

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    5.0

    A Great Compact Mixer

    By gtrslinger69

    from San Francisco Bay Area

    First off, considering how light weight this unit is, it puts out a lot of power. My Peavy 4C power amp (which never let me down), with 210 watts/side at 8 ohms weights five times as much! I've owned this mixer for over a year, and used it for 10 gigs. I run it in spilt mono, with the A side running two JBL TR125's in series for the mains, and four Fender Squire SQ12M's run in a Parallel/Series configuration to make the impedance work out to 8 Ohms (wire each pair of monitors in parallel, and then series those pairs). Sure, I'm running the sliders almost full out, but I'm not getting any appreciable distortion in the vocals, and have even had the bar have us turn down. While I expected loads of headroom when I bought it, and then felt disappointed at first that I had to run the sliders so hot, over time I've decided that in comparison to the 100lb poweramp/effects rack box I used to lug around, if my girlfriend can haul the PA and poweramp in one hand, that's pretty impressive. Certainly if you playing big halls this won't cut it. But for anyone playing the 50 - 200 patron sized bars, this is perfect. Just plug in the mic cables, speaker cables, and go. No need for patch cords to run the amp and outboard effects.

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    5.0

    Great buy

    By Andrew-lF7Bx

    from Alabama

    Mixer is a great buy for what you get out of it. Althought it is rated at 2x400 this is at 2 ohms resistance so if you are running 8 ohm cabs like most people you will need an external amp. I have used it with behringer 3000 power amp and it makes a huge difference. I can push my practice gear just fine with the mixer alone 2 400 watt peaveys.

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    3.0

    It Was Good Until...

    By J. Austin

    from Detroit, Music Capital

    I love Behringer products. But this one dissapointed me after one of the amps blew 20 minutes out of the box. The style is great, the features are much more than other brands at higher prices. But it should work long enough for me love it.

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    5.0

    For the Money...

    By Behringer fan

    from Plymouth, MI

    I've read all these reviews and can't argue with the underpower comments. But, when you're spending this little what do you expect. For mixing and powering monitors it is a GREAT buy! Just use an external power amp for the mains. Plenty of options on this board.

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    5.0

    Great Mixer!!

    I just purchased this mixer 2 weeks ago and I must say I don't know how they do it. I was going to use it to monitor my drums but with the incredible effect have just made it my main mixer!! Bravo!! Behringer!!

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    5.0

    Great board

    I saw someone say they think the power amp in this thing is weak. I would like to know what they think a strong amp is, because I just bought this and some new peavey sp-5's, and the volume they put out is incredible. The combination really puts out some intense sound pressure levels. This mixer is definitely inferior to a Peavey or Yamaha, the store I bought it from had the sp-5's with a Yamaha emx-880 and the sound quality was much better(amazing). The sp-5's have an amazing hi-fi sound quality, better than a home stereo system, which I wasn't expecting from Peavey speakers.

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    2.0

    PHM3000

    By Mike Raby

    from Port Charlotte, FL

    This unit is a joke. It is advertised as 400 watts. It is no where near that. I use a Yamaha DTX-2 drum kit. The Behringer unit was to replace a 100 watt Radio Shack amp. I ran the RS unit on 2 out of 20 and could fill the room at our regular gig (country rock). I plugged in the Behringer and maxed out everything and could not even approach the volume of the RS unit.Don't buy this unit for a power amp.

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