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Behringer Europower PMH5000
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Behringer Europower PMH5000

Powered Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Europower series.

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Franck62 Franck62
Publié le 09/10/05 à 01:13
I use this table for 8 months for sound with a rock band.

Here are my observations:
1 / The price: There is no equivalent on the market, a table that looks like a pro in every way to 500! (I said: that looks like)

2/The ct practice: Reduces clutter the strict minimum: sono complte PMH5000 = 2 + 2 Cables pregnant two feet (see 4 speakers if desired course); Level weight, apse nothing! I find it best That a Systm amplified speakers (which often psent 2 tones) + table "Deutsche".
In config Caf'Conc is the IDAL especially when they have "dmontquot; all know that Galre musicos.
3 / Everything is there: the rglages (Acute, High mdium, low mdium, severe), 2 assistants (to return), two effects numriques spares (IDAL to put a reverb / time limit of one vote, and another simple reverb on a snare drum, acoustic electric or a sax), a qualiser, the mute etc, ect .. trs full brief
4 / Sound: The sound is clear trs, trs acceptable. I could compare it with a Yamaha 2x200W EMX2000 MODEL 12 channels with an effect Intgr (ie 2 times less potent) and I must say that the Yam is clearly even when suprieure (for 2 times Annona less power) can not say that the sound of the Yam is more powerful ... it is prcis, Net +, while the sound of the behringer is a little confusion and a little above "mtallique" ... As the quality of the effect Yam ', there's no picture! This is good. Do not ask too much from this point of view with the behringer.

So Yamaha is much better (that is incomparable) but it will get 1300 prices for a nine MODEL EMX 5000 20 tracks (2 x 500W) so ... L
The EMX 2000 is only + ... unless there is a MODEL home Yam 'intermdiaire for a few euros more (Ms 200 300 more than the behringer ... Do not hesitate to eat ... pasta and rice for 6 months but Do not hesitate)

Now, if your like me, you make small rooms or Caf'Conc and you are the Rock or Blues (sound simple, basic, crude foundry), the behringer is great!

If you your like, I want the sound or TOTO Sinclair of you ...
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