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Behringer Europower PMH3000

Powered Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Europower series.

Thread Hooking up unpowered stage monitor to behringer pmh3000

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peter_criss1973

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1 Posted on 11/08/2008 at 23:45:13
The Behringer pmh3000 is a 800w powered mixer, how do you connect a non powered stage monitor to it, the board being powered should act as an amp for the non powered monitor shouldn't it?, it has a monitor 1 and 2 send.
If anyone uses this board and are familiar with this, please let me know, and thanx.
kon-tiki

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2 Posted on 11/10/2008 at 03:20:26
Uhm, it's as simple as connecting the right cables to the monitor.

Quote: the board being powered should act as an amp for the non powered monitor shouldn't it?

yes.
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3 Posted on 03/10/2012 at 17:12:35
the monitor sends are for sending the monitor mix to another power amp to power the monitors. Otherwise, you would have to use one channel of the amp for the mains and the other for the monitors.
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