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Behringer Europower PMH880S Powered Mixer
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Half the depth and weight of conventional powered mixers, the Behringer Europower PMH880S Powered Mixer gives you incredible sonic performance. 10 ch...Click To Read More About This Product
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Half the depth and weight of conventional powered mixers, the Behringer Europower PMH880S Powered Mixer gives you incredible sonic performance. 10 channels (6 mono + 2 stereo) plus stereo tape returns give you the capacity to handle small bands or live music events with several microphones plus various playback devices. Its 2x400W (800W bridged mode) CoolAudio amplifier delivers massive power and flexibility in an ultracompact mixer.
Along with 8 high-quality balanced low-impedance mic preamps, there are balanced high-impedance line inputs for direct connection of line sources or high-output instruments. Each PMH880S channel features a monitor send and 2 FX sends. Mono channels also include a switchable -30 dB pad.
2 independent 24-bit/46 kHz effects processors, each with 99 great-sounding Virtualizer presets, an integrated voice canceler which removes vocals for karaoke applications, a stereo 7-band graphic EQ with FBQ feedback detection, dual 5-segment LED output level meters plus an aux line input with level control. The integrated standby switch mutes all mic channels, so you can play music during your breaks without having to change the fader positions and lose your mix. The integrated carrying handle makes it easy to transport while professional Speakon connectors ensure outstanding performance.
- 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 depth and weight of conventional powered mixers means no more lugging around dead weight
- 10-channel mixer section comprised of 6 mono and 2 stereo channels plus separate tape returns
- 2 independent 24-bit FX processors 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 mic preamps with switchable +48V phantom power for condenser microphones
- Effective, extremely musical 3-band EQ, switchable pad and clip LEDs on all mono channels
- Stereo 7-band graphic EQ allows precise frequency correction of monitor and 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
- Speaker Processing function adjusts frequency response to match professional speaker systems like BEHRINGER EUROLIVE series etc.
- Standby switch mutes all input channels during breaks while background music is provided via tape inputs
- Adjustable stereo aux input for connecting external signal sources
- 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 most demanding conditions
- Rackmount brackets included
- Designed in Germany
- Manufactured under ISO9000 certified management system
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This Unit Loves 4 ohms
I've used this unit for over two years averaging once a week for practices, Jams and several music parties. I drive two 8 ohm Kustom 15" speakers at parties, but drive four...Read complete review
I've used this unit for over two years averaging once a week for practices, Jams and several music parties. I drive two 8 ohm Kustom 15" speakers at parties, but drive four speakers at home; 2 per channel in parallel (4 ohms) and this unit loves the low ohms and will put out double the power nice and clean, even with a full bass guitar. I treat my gear nicely and with this one I've never had any problem of any kind. The preamps are plenty quiet and I run wireless mics, wired mics, guitars, bass, keyboard, PC out, and CD player into it with no problems at all. The dual processors let you add reverb with delay for vocals and at the same time chorus and reverb for the instruments (for example). I also record from the tape outs to a Sony Digital recorder and it is plenty clean, so don't hesitate if you need a powered mixer with versatility and portability.For the money I just cannot imagine how you can beat this flexible, capable unit. Highly, highly recommended.
Most Liked Negative Review
rocks the roof off
Please buy this Behringer 800 watt PMX880S mixer. It rocks my world i am 100% satisfied. I use to play dj mixer through i plug into 2 channels of HI-Z Inputs that is the...Read complete review
Please buy this Behringer 800 watt PMX880S mixer. It rocks my world i am 100% satisfied. I use to play dj mixer through i plug into 2 channels of HI-Z Inputs that is the single 1/4 inch input only, and the power is unbelievable. I use for miking my drums. 48 phantom power is great for using condenser mics. Buy this ,you will be glad you did. You have to have powerful speakers, i recommend the Peavey PR10's 400 watts per side.
Reviewed by 27 customers
I bought it 2 years ago as a package w/ 2 Behringer 12s (and paid a lot more than todays price) to cover my Grandsons death metal band. We added a couple of cheapo Kustom monitors and even miked the equipment. The sound is perfect. Of course you have to know how to set up a sound system but there have been no problems in any venue so far. We run a couple of Peavey 15s for the old guys blues gigs and even then it sounds clean and plenty loud.
I must say that this is one of the better behringer products. I have had no problems with it. I've heard that it is a bit fragile, so keep it out of the truck bed. Other than that, its wonderfull! I'm running Yamaha Br12m's out of it and it sounds great.
I use this mixer to run karaoke shows and so far it has held up well for small to medium venues.If you need more power you can use an external power amp for mains. Two effects processors are great if needed.Its also light and easy to haul,Its not going to push mind melting metal maniac acts. But if you need a small lightweight mixer for small to medium gigs this will fit the bill.Great price Great size and sound.The only thing that i could find wrong with this mixer is when powered off you lose your effects settings as they revert back to default effects# 25 and 1.
I've had the mixer about 3 months now and the more we use it the better we like it. The voice canceller feature it a bit of a joke but I did'nt buy this to do keroke on. I bought it to get a better sounding PA with the hope that I would start singing more if I was able to hear myself. It worked! I'm becomming a more useful band member by sharing the vocal duties and I'm also realizing that there are some songs that I can accually sing. Go figure? The affects are nice and moving the unit around is very easy because of how they made it. Anyway it's all about sounding good as a band and this well built mixer has made a big difference for us. We use the Kustom 15" cabs and monitors that were a very good deal on musicians friend as well. We let the mixer do all the driving of the 4 speakers and we have plenty of avalible sound.
Had it for 4 days and checked it out -- everything seems to work. Effects and EQ are a bit cheesy but usable if used judiciously. Speakon terminals are a pain. The effects don't match printed list on front. Blow up picture from manual for correct effect titles and numbers. I love that 2 effects are built in. I use one for reverb and one for guitar effect, getting rid of one stomp box. You do need to reset effects every time you power up. Clean, lightweight, all-in-one -- good deal for small venues. I'm going to keep it rather than spend more for the Yamaha.
I bought the PMH880S on March 16, 2005. It worked great for 5 weeks. I plugged in last night (April 28th), and it blew up, literally! Huge electrical arc internally, and electrical smoke. Do not buy the PMH880S. Poor quality and cheap internal components. That's why Behringer's price is lower than competitors. Go Yamaha or Mackie.
There is a reason this product is cheep. When I push this unit it "barks" my brand new peavey 15s. I mean even the printed list of effects on the front of this unit are wrong. This company will not stand up for its product. I have had it replaced three times (which was like pulling teeth every time) and they all have been bad. save your money, this PA is JUNK.
Reading all the features on line coupled with the amount of power seemed to be too good to be true. I used it last weekend with a single acoustic electric guitar and two vocalists with an audience of 75 people and we were all very impressed. Plenty of power in reserve, a little reverb and a 2 track out to record. No feedback, no glitches, no malfunctions. Very Happy!
GREAT unit. Light, easy to set up. Combines an amp, a mixer, and an effects unit in sturdy heavy duty package. I can set up my sound system now within ten minutes of arriving, I leave the knobs all preset for the next time. BUY IY.
Just got it today. Seems to have plenty of clean power, feature set is awesome. It's so light, I'm wondering how it generates the power? Knobs don't have the most sturdy feel and are a bit inconsistent. I'm optimistic that this thing will hold up gigging, but it does not feel like a mackie, soundcraft etc. Fingers crossed....we'll see.