I've been using the Behringer Europower PMH2000 for 2 years now. I like that it has 10 channels. 8 XLR's help a lot when playing with a full band. If you playing acoustic guitar or need the quarter inch inputs, they are provided. The left and right channel full graphic eq's are great to have for cleaning up the sound and adding amazing effects. The separate channels eq has high, mid, low and fx knobs. All great for the fine tuning the sound. I wouldn't have bought this piece of equipment if it wasn't for the effects. They make so much of a difference to get rid of the plain, old dry sound. 99 effects total 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. Adding the reverb and chorus effect, makes my day. Not a lot of musicians use those, but it does help. The delay, flanger, and echo are not used often on a complete mix.
I use to have one of the regular mixing boards that Behringer makes, but I really like the self powered side of this. The 250w and 180w split of 4ohms and the 500w bridge of 8ohms is enough power when playing in smaller venues. I have this paired with 800w Peavey speakers and they put out a punch. It's great for the youth bands to use because of the simple use and their low budgets. It's also great for recording. Let me tell you, I used it with my Behringer sound enhancer and compressor for both of my CD's and gave me everything I wanted. Who knew you could create radio friendly songs with this piece of equipment. You also plug in a CD player/Ipod or DJ system. The quarter inch pre-amps in and outs are great to have sending the feed into other devices like CD recorders. The phantom power makes it nice to use a high performance recording condenser mic. Using a regular mic and not the condenser for recording is a big mistake. At the Dimensions of (approx.): 11 in. x 18 1/8 in. x 10 5/8 in. (280 x 460 x 270 mm), it's right the right size. 35 pounds, not to hard to handle. I bought this new around $350. not band of a price. I would make the same choice but now I would there upgraded model.
I use it for several months, I like + is the price that is very affordable especially for all the qualities of this console, and what I like least is, uh ... nothing.
The price quality ratio is EXCELLENT because for all its effects, and among all the sound it gives a different brand, you have to be a lot more money, and I think it's very well group for groups that use it to rpter and do not have too much budget, and unlike what I've heard at behringer is a rather good quality and it does almost no breath.
It finds its limit if it is used to record by taking it on a pc, the sound is not great.
With the experience I remake this choice biensur
Amplified very good restaurant for a very low price.
It has been used to sound to our rehearsals, of course, perfectly adequate, and even at concerts, we never lacked power.
Despite a mediocre effect processor (we did in fact never used), this table is really excellent for beginners in the world of sound.
A counselor who is looking for a cheap but powerful sound!