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    Just plug in and play!

    The Behringer PMH2000 Europower Powered Mixer is packed with features that are great for live gigs. The PMH2000 gives you 6 mono channels with ULN mic/line preamps with -25dB pads and peak LEDs, switchable phantom power, super-musical 3-band EQ, plus independent effects and monitor sends. In addition, you get 4 stereo channels: 3 with the same ULN mic/line preamps, EQ, and sends, but with left and right 1/4" connectors, plus one channel especially configured for tape, CD, or MD players with stereo RCA inputs and recording outputs.

    The PMH2000 also features a built-in 250W stereo power amplifier and a flexible master section, including 2 - 9-band graphic equalizers that can be assigned to left and right main mix or to main mix and monitor out, augmented by a switchable low-cut filter for channels 1-6. Both graphic EQs feature an in/out switch for quick comparisons or bypassing. Power amp inputs are available for connecting external mixers or sound sources, and there are 3 preamp outputs for added flexibility. A footswitch connector allows you to remotely bypass the effects section with a standard footswitch.

    The main and monitor sections each feature individual level controls, a 5-segment LED level meter, and a master effects send level control. In addition, the integrated limiter offers effective protection against speaker overloads.

    Last but not least, the PMH2000 sports a 24-bit effects unit based on Behringer's Virtualizer Pro and Modulizer Pro effects processors. It delivers 99 great-sounding presets ranging from standard reverb and delay to more unusual algorithms like Vinylizer, Magic Pitch, Vocal Distortion, and Space Radio. All of this power and potential is enclosed in a compact, rugged enclosure with tough vinyl covering, high-impact protective corners, and a practical handle.

    Features

    • 250W stereo amp
    • 6 mono mic channels with 3-band EQ, phantom power, effects sends, and monitor sends
    • 4 stereo channels with EQ and sends
    • Preamp outs
    • Dual 24-bit effects processors
    • Master graphic EQs

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    PMH2000 Europower Powered Mixer Specifications:

    • Mic inputs-
    • Type: balanced XLR
    • EIN (20Hz-20kHz)-
    • 0 OHM source resistance: -122db/125dB A-weighted
    • 50 OHM source resistance: -122db/125dB A-weighted
    • 150 OHM source resistance: -121db/124dB A-weighted
    • Frequency response-
    • -1dB: <10Hz-100kHz
    • -3dB: <10Hz - >200kHz
    • Gain: +33dB; +8dB with pad
    • Max input level: +12dBu @ 8dB gain
    • Impedance: approx. 2.2k OHM balanced/ 1.1k OHM unbalanced
    • Signal-to-noise: 110dB; 114dB A-weighted (-11dBu in @ +33dB gain)
    • Distortion: 0.001%; 0.0008% A-weighted
    • Mono line inputs-
    • Type: balanced 1/4" TRS
    • Impedance: approx. 80k OHM balanced/ 40k OHM unbalanced
    • Max input level: +30dBu
    • Stereo line inputs-
    • Type: unbalanced 1/4" TRS
    • Impedance: approx. 40k OHM unbalanced
    • Max input level: +28dBu
    • EQ-
    • Low: 60Hz, +/- 15dB
    • Mid: 700Hz, +/- 15dB
    • High: 6kHz, +/- 15dB
    • preamp outputs-
    • Type: unbalanced 1/4" TRS
    • Impedance: approx. 1.5k OHM
    • Max output level: +21dBu
    • Power amp inputs-
    • Type: unbalanced 1/4" TRS
    • Impedance: approx. 47k OHM
    • Max imput level: +21dBu
    • DSP-
    • Converters: 24-bit TI and Sigma Delta, 64/128X oversampling
    • Sampling rate: 46.875kHz
    • Noise-
    • Main mix@-inf, channel fader @-inf: -76dB/-80dB A-weighted
    • Main mix@0dB, channel fader @-inf: -72dB/-76dB A-weighted
    • Main mix@0dB, channel fader @0dB: -71dB/-75dB A-weighted
    • Power amp
    • Output-
    • Stereo mode: 250 watts into 4 OHM; 180 watts into 8 OHM
    • Bridged mono mode: 500 watts into 8 OHM
    • Loudspeaker-
    • Connector: Neutrik Speakon
    • Load impedance-
    • Left/monitor: 4/8/16 OHM
    • Right/mono main: 4/8/16 OHM
    • Bridged: 8/16 OHM
    • Power supply: 120V/60Hz
    • Power consumption: max 1kW
    • Fuse: T 10 A
    • Plug: standard IEC
    • Dimensions: 18-1/8"W x 11"H x 10-5/8"D
    • Weight: 33 lbs.
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    4.6

    (based on 92 reviews)

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Great for the soloist!

    I bought mine a little over 2 years ago and have never had any problems with the unit so far. I would like to see Behringer come out with a heavy duty carrying case...Read complete review

    I bought mine a little over 2 years ago and have never had any problems with the unit so far. I would like to see Behringer come out with a heavy duty carrying case for it though as I'm on the road quite a bit these days. The power of this unit is amazing and have all the power I will ever need. The effects are great. But only use #61(Chorus & Reverb for vocals) In fact at some gigs I've been told that it could be turned down some. My set up is 2 JBL EON1500's, one Shure Beta 58A microphone, 1 1984 Martin D-12-28 with LR Baggs LB12 aftermarket electronics, 1 2003 Martin J1216GT with same electronics, 1 Rickenbacker 360/12VP Fireglo, all Monster cables, one Boss Compression/Sustainer CS-3 (for the Rickenbacker) and one Ibanez PH7 Phaser for the Martins. Only negative things I can say about this unit is that your speakers cables on one end have to be speakon hookups going into the unit. I use my Martins in either channels 5 or 6 as other channels cannot handle the LR Baggs coming from my Martins and speakers keep clipping out. LR Baggs too hot! Also I would like it if you could tailor each channel individually for each effect. As it is when you select an effect, all the channels have the same effect. This may be a drawback to some musicians, but for me I use only effect #61 on the unit. But dollar for dollar, you simply can't go wrong. If you're tight on a budget, this will do the job. I don't know if I would recommend this unit for 4 or 5 piece bands, but for me as a 12 string guitar soloist it does the job for me nicely. I highly recommend this to the soloist. You simply can't go wrong. I rest my case.

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    Not impressed

    Makes a nice little practice mixer... and thats about it. Needs more power. I cant get enough volume out of it to keep up with my band. I wish it was crisper...Read complete review

    Makes a nice little practice mixer... and thats about it. Needs more power. I cant get enough volume out of it to keep up with my band. I wish it was crisper too. The highs should be up around 12khz. I cant really crispen up things with the onboard EQ. The board is also very noisy. The mic inputs are not quiet, the fan is loud, the efx have a nice hiss and the outputs are not queit. This really sucks when you try to record. It also isnt the cleanist board either. The outputs are very muddy and I dont like them. However it does seem built rather well. I dropped it and everything seems fine. But Im much happier with my Mackie 406M now. It is much cleaner and better sounding. Save you money folks and get something better.

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    5.0

    Good Mixer

    By DingoPepper

    from Texas

    This is a good mixer with good features. But if you can find it, I recommend the Behringer PMH880. It has 8 channels, but 400w per channel, dual effects, smaller box, and sounds fantastic.

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    5.0

    The Duo

    By The Fabulous Coppertones

    from Pensacola Florida

    i purchased a PMH2000,and love it,i had a mackie powered head before,8 channel 1200 watts,it was nothing but trouble and noise,we have been useing the PMH for our duo the perfomance and price is so good we bought another one..we now use one for rehersal,creating and editing our music files..and use other one for gigs..we run 2 JBL cabs w/15's and 2 JBL's w/12's we play for 50 to 200 people...its outstanding...i would recommend anyone playing in small band or duo to get one or two of them..they are light weight and plenty of power and effects

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    5.0

    Phil 35yrs. musician

    By rockin Roland

    from retired to Chiefland Fl.

    I purchased a alesis 4 channel for home use about a year ago. My son loved it so I gave it to him for some work he did for me in trade-meanwhile I ordered the Behringer PMH2000 for myself and is it GREATIt is so much clearer, I know I could have got the better Alesis with the monitor channel but I am so impressed with the Behringer Europower PMH2000 that I am now looking into their speakers I purchased for my earler band S.C.Express a Cerwin-Vega complete system w/tapko mixers--I'm impressed with unit far more than I expected

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    5.0

    To old to haul gear

    I have been using 16ch unpowered mix, separate amps, tons of gear and now I just don't want the hassel. I bought this for rehursal studio but recently used it at a show for around 100 people. I did just great. I used it to power the Monitors and a separate amp for mains. No issues at all. Barely had to push it. Buy it and you won't regret it. My guitarist has a Yamaha version and wishes he bought this insted.

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    5.0

    Nice Unit for paractice or gigging

    By TerrorMan

    from Washington DC

    My old band used this unit for practices and small gigs. It really sounds good when paired with Behringer speakers. It has a number of very good built in effects setting, but some of them are unpractical for live use. Overall, it delivers lots of clean, full sound for a very low price. I highly recommend this unit.

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    5.0

    Get Yours Now!

    By phil_bum-8MFd4

    from Kannapolis, NC

    I?ve had my PMH2000 for around 4 years; it runs 24/7 in my room, unless I take it for a gig. It?s great! Plenty of power! I?ve used it to drive my mains or monitors or both, depending on the gig. I?ve had every channel running at the same time with no issues. I?ve gigged with it many times and it has never let me down. The only effect that I use is a reverb, but it works great. The only problems I?ve ever had was when I first began using it, it would overheat and shut off. (It was sitting in a bookcase and couldn?t get any air.) When I moved it to a wire rack, it was able to cool properly and hasn?t shut down since. You really can?t find a better value for your buck.

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    4.0

    Great Small Mixer for the Money...A+

    By JustApianoMan

    from Montgomery AL

    This unit is what we use for small events and mostly practice. The flexibility of the stereo house or main / monitor amplifier is great. We usually push a pair of jbl jrx115's for the house and use the monitor out into another amplifier for monitors. It has great overhead and is fairly quiet compared to some other low cost solutions. We use it to the max. 3 vocalists, stereo keyboard, bass, stereo electric lead, stereo rhythm. If you need ALOT of sound on a budget, this is a great start. The power is clean so get nice set of speakers to run through.

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    5.0

    Works Very Well

    By Steve M

    from Atlanta, Ga

    This is another Fantastic product from Behringer.I use it as a PA system, and also as a Bass Head from time to time (great Rotary Speaker effect!)Good power - packs a punch with 500watts in bridge mode at 8ohm, 250watts @4ohm, or 180watts@8ohm. This unit is Loud, clear, rugged enough for gigging.Only drawback is NO PAN control (left/right) on Mono channels, and no Left/Right control on Stereo channels... WHAT were they thinkin?Overall - a 5 out of 5 - it does what is says and does it VERY well at a good price!

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    5.0

    Great buy...

    By Insomniac

    from Rensselaer

    I bought one of these used off of my guitar instructor who did live gigs with it until that point... he played shows with 100+ people in an auditorium setting... and i have done the same. If you have the right speakers and mics, this thing will make your vocals cut through most everything. I have an audix om5 and some old speakers (15" woofers and an enormous horn) and it was loud enough to get the cops called on us a more than a few times... all you need to know is this: once EQ'd correctly and in bridge mode, this thing rocks. Quality is a 9 because the effects aren't that great, but i only use this for vocals anyway.

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    5.0

    The Most Bang For Your Thang

    By HeathLarkinMorris

    from Orem Utah

    I have used this Mixer for 3 years and it is the best sound for your dollar. I have converted to Behringer all the way. This has some great features that just do not come with mixers with this much Power

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