[NAMM] Behringer Europower PMP1680S
Behringer announced its new 1600-Watt 10-Channel Powered Mixer with Dual Multi-FX Processor and FBQ Feedback Detection System.
$ 589.99 USD
- Rack-mountable 2 x 800-Watt stereo powered mixer (1600-Watt bridged mode)
- Class-D amplifier technology
- 10-channel mixer section features 6 mono and 2 stereo channels plus separate CD/Tape input/output
- 2 24-bit stereo FX processors with 100 presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and various multi-effects
- FBQ Feedback Detection system
- 8 high-quality mic preamps with switchable +48 V phantom power for condenser microphones
- 3-band EQ, switchable Pad, and Clip LEDs on all mono channels
- Stereo 7-band graphic EQ
- Voice Canceller 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
- Standby switch mutes all input channels during breaks while background music is provided via CD/Tape input
- Adjustable stereo Aux input for connecting external signal sources
- Internal switch-mode power supply
- Rack mount brackets included
$ 589.99 USD
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