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Behringer PMH2000 Europower Powered Mixer

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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 mi...Click To Read More About This Product

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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
  • One stereo tape/CD/MD channel
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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Most Liked Negative Review

 

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

PMX2000

By Coag

from High Point, NC

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Great Value, Lots of Features, Build Quality is good.

 
2.0

A lot of bang for your buck !

By Valid Proof Bassman

from New Lenox, IL

Plenty power and lots of extras for the price. We(our band)haven't had this amp for very long,but it's been through about 8 practices and 2 gigs with great sound,power to spare,and flexibility that we really haven't had a chance to fully explore. I might give it a higher rating in months to come if it hangs in there as far as durability. Amps with similar features and equal power were twice the price.

 
4.0

It is what it is - good for the price

By Ironic Punishment Division

from Cleveland - poorest city in America

It's good for rehearsals, but let me state up front that I have not used it live yet and I'm not sure I will. I was looking to use this as a stand alone unit to drive mains and monitors at smaller venues, but I'm just not sold on it yet. The biggest drawback to this thing is that there is NO EFFECTS LOOP! Disregard that misleading stuff about each channel having "effect sends" - technically it does, but all you can send the signal to is the internal processor, of which the reverbs and delays are somewhat cheesy and overkill. There are a couple decent effects at best, but you have to play around a lot to find usable ones and mix them just right. You're better off using a dedicated rackmount, which of course you have to run the mic(s)into PRE-mixer. Speaking of- If you want to have compression on your vocals (and believe me...you do!) you need to process the mic signal before it gets to the mixer also. I really can't believe there is no loop/sidechain on this thing! Not so "standalone" now, is it?If you can get past that, you're good to go. Flexible EQ, just barely loud enough (keep in mind the style of music i'm doing), decent sound driving 2 15's, and well...lets address the real reason you're looking at it - it's inexpensive.

 
2.0

Not impressed

By Mr. Ed

from md

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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.

 
5.0

The best mixer in its price range...bar none!

By BlessedMan24-7

from Dunbar, WV

This mixer is the best I have heard in its price range. My brother would play on nothing but Peavey until he heard this unit. The effects are wonderful!!! 5-stars!!!

 
5.0

I love behringer!

By Groovielou-7e4lT

from Chino Hills, Ca

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A 10 Channel Powered mixer for under $***? Naw, somethings wrong here. I remember my parents telling me, "If its too good to be true, it probily isn't". I just had to get my hands on one of these puppies. This piece of equipment would have a special dual use in my Mobile DJ Business. Firstly, it serves as a part of a P.A. rental system that I offer. Secondly, it is a crutial piece of back up equipment in case of emergency.I have truly put this piece through its paces. Hours on end at 4ohm and it never hiccupped. The knobs are a bit flimsey and the headroom is fairly limited. But overall, this is a sold unit, you could not ask for a better value. Actually, you CANT find a better value.

 
5.0

A Great Powered Mixer

By Tomcat-RkN76

from Louisville, KY

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For the money and considering the features, this is the best value around. I'm very pleased with the performance. Great features. The DSP effects are pretty good with lots of cool presets. It was a good buy for my home studio and it is powerful enough to gig with.

 
5.0

Review

By c4mg0A1HW

from St. Louis, MO

Great deal!!! Perfect for the starter. I use mine for a 6 Piece live rock/ Blues band. It kicks, even outdoors. great effects. It has a perfect sound and control for DJ use. I drive two 15" full sound Peavey's W/ no problem. So far with 9 months use going strong.

 
2.0

Stay away

By Bill in pittsburgh

from Pa

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This is too underpowered for even a rehearsal room. Behringer P.a. stuff is very noisy and LOW quality. Save your money and buy some decent gear. You get what you pay for.

 
5.0

Very efficient,highly recommended.

By KOOLDAVE-Ogt8g

from Pittsfield,MA

I've had the opportunity to road test this product for just about three months now..very light weight and ease of operation.My tech man was equally impressed as well.As a matter of fact, I'm getting ready to purchase a second PMX2000 soon. This is one great product.

 
5.0

Good Buy....

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I bought this thing a couple years ago in an emergency, and what do you know, don't need much else. Played many bar/club type venues with plenty of volume to spare through a pair of Fender xp115's. I wish you could assign different effects to different channels, but hey, that's not a show stopper. This thing is convenient, rugged, plenty of inputs, and easy to use. I highly recommend this unit (or ones similar) to any band just out having fun, giggin' a little. Don't pay an arm and a leg for features/inputs/frills that you'll never use.

 
4.0

Good for the Price

By KeaggyFreak

from Canton, NC

It's done exactly what I've asked for it to do. It's not too expensive and for the money, it's the best. It lacks some in everything that's available such as stereo, but it has plenty of power and umph. I would suggest it to anybody.

 
4.0

Excellent value, but it broke down

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I have owned this mixer for about 1.5 years. I love the sound and effects. It broke one day while I was having a party. Nobody touched it, or was even near it. It Just started hissing and popping. I sent it in for repairs and it broke again. This unit sure is a great value, and it sounds good, but I do not think it was built that well. Also, I took good care of it, I did not drop it or bang it up at all. Durability on this unit is suspect.

 
5.0

great value

By Drew-9XHN8

from Jackson, Ms

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The Behringer PMX2000 is an extremely great powered mixer for the money. No other mixer comes close in terms of wattage, number of channels, and effects in this price range. To find quality and features like this, you would have to pay double. Behringer does it again!!

 
5.0

good value

By bubba

from Idaho

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Nice - power is a little noiser than yamaha and carvin, mackie, which really doesnt mater for live club type gigs, as generally the base noise level is fairly high. Ours is about 1-1/2 years old now. Channel 1 doesn't work correctly (10db pad stays on always). We normally do not mike drums though, and just start with channel 2. A mute/standby switch would be nice for music breaks between sets. You can gig with it - nice and light, and decent enough. We use nice Yamaha club series speakers and moniters, which give a nice clear sound (I've had problems with the Yamaha heads sounding good for practice, but a little mushy sounding at performance levels, which could be eq'd out if you have a sound guy).

 
5.0

This thing rocks!

By Chad-xt9A9

from Philippi

I have had this thing about a month and I've never been happier with a P.A. It will keep up with the rest of my bands sound and they play loud! If you are any kind of musician with a couple hundred bucks this is def. for you.

 
5.0

2nd Chance

By Jeff Peterson

from Tri-Cities ,Tennessee

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This mixer blew me away with its power & flexability . We have a big PA for large vinues & we bought this PMX2000 to run our small vinue system .For fun one night I hooked up the PMX2000 to the large system to see what it would do , WOW ! , It ran the large system just fine for the size of the house about 400-500 people .We use Yamaha S115IV for the house & monitors on 4 ohm load & the PMX2000 ran it just fine that night It has most all the features that are in our rack and ,Cost less than any one of those components each !!!By the way if your thinking , well , they are just using cheap amps in the rack , we use QSE amps in the rack . I just hope Behringer keeps their prices where they are because you get best quality equipt. at about a 1/3 rd of the cost .I have a behringer board in the studio , in the rack and , various prossesing equipt.ect...to sum up , The Behringer PMX2000 will run a small PA up to a med. large vinue PA with all the features on any other " name brand" mixer at about a 1/3rd of the cost . Jeff Peterson

 
5.0

This Thing Is GREAT!

By espviper

from Texas

My band is a beginner band and this mixer is everything we hoped it would be. I was really impressed with the power and the effects. This is a must have for any beginner band!

 
4.0

Versatile mixer for outdoor shows and personal use

By Brendon

from Eau Claire, WI

I have used this mixer for many things. I play keys in a couple of bands, and this mixer has helped power an outdoor show w/ jbl dual 15" fine. we did have some extra power but it worked great. There is some taliknig occasionally with one of synthesizers, however, but for the deal it will do a lot for your band. This is an especially good mixer if you're just getting started, like my bands, and are strapped for cash.

 
5.0

As much power and effects as units costing 3x more

By Bobby Joe-t_fJA

from Las Vegas NV

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8 regular channels plus an audio channes @180 watts a side. a nine band per side or main/monitor,equalizer plus three ban EQ per channel and 99 digital effects. I mostly use it as a pa but I have plugged my guitar and my guitar with my Digitech GNX3.I love it

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