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Behringer Eurolive F1320D
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PA Floor/Stage Monitor from Behringer belonging to the Eurolive series.

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  • stompboxjonstompboxjon

    Will not overheat

    Behringer Eurolive F1320DPublished on 11/04/12 at 01:12
    The Behringer EuroLive F1320D is a 12 inch 200 watt portable monitor that has a 3 band EQ and a feedback filter built into it. This monitor is well made and built to last you a long time if you take care of it. There are not many monitors that will cost this price that are of this quality. The feedback filter is fully adjustable and the Class D amps are very good and you can rely on them. You can use this monitor for long periods of time and not have to worry about it burning out on your or overheating. We have used this monitor before for an outdoor even that lasted all day long and it was very hot outside too. It never gave us any issues; it didn’t short out or overheat. We have even dro…
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    The Behringer EuroLive F1320D is a 12 inch 200 watt portable monitor that has a 3 band EQ and a feedback filter built into it. This monitor is well made and built to last you a long time if you take care of it. There are not many monitors that will cost this price that are of this quality. The feedback filter is fully adjustable and the Class D amps are very good and you can rely on them. You can use this monitor for long periods of time and not have to worry about it burning out on your or overheating. We have used this monitor before for an outdoor even that lasted all day long and it was very hot outside too. It never gave us any issues; it didn’t short out or overheat. We have even dropped it once taking it back to the van when we were packing up and it didn’t even put a scratch on it. That is much more than I expected from a 200 to 300 dollar priced monitor.

    SOUNDS

    You can mount the Behringer EuroLive F1320D to a pole or floor wedge. It has 1 XLR input and 1 TRS input with 1 XLR output. It weighs about 35 pounds which is not bad but I was surprised that it weighed that much for as low priced as it is. It is not very big either; it is 14 inches in height an 22 inches wide. The impedance is 8 ohms and a frequency range of 60 Hz to 16 kHz. The peak power capacity is 300 watts and the LF driver size is 12 inches.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you are in need of a well built monitor that will not overheat and is built to last you a long time, spend the 270 dollars to get the Behringer EuroLive F1320D. I promise you will not be disappointed with your purchase.
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