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Behringer Eurolive B205D
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  • Behringer Eurolive B205DPublished on 04/13/10 at 16:20
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  • Anonymous

    Testing

    Behringer Eurolive B205DPublished on 11/08/14 at 22:55
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    For a week I acquired a Behringer Eurolive B205D
    Good product but be careful not to push too high cursors. It saturates quickly.

    I use it for small venues
    I bought this format to avoid climbing big config.
    Good compromise
    My style is flamenco so I do not push the volume to bottom
    I use table mixer XENYX 1202
  • Very versatile and useful!

    Behringer Eurolive B205DPublished on 10/01/12 at 03:00
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    This "craft" has in fact four separate entrances, 3 have a level adjustment (mix anything!).

    this allows a great versatility of use. For example, I go into the general input XLR with a rear drum and front, I use the two XLR inputs for guitar and bass, or guitar and microphone.

    And there is still a stereo RCA input for any audio device!

    In short, very useful for those who, like me, must repeat volume-limited, but is tired sometimes play with headphones! It's good to hear also in the open air!

    The machine is light, small, and possesses a very correct, as long as you do not ride too deeply in the power ...

    You do not buy such a device to push to the extreme of its 150 watts!......
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    This "craft" has in fact four separate entrances, 3 have a level adjustment (mix anything!).

    this allows a great versatility of use. For example, I go into the general input XLR with a rear drum and front, I use the two XLR inputs for guitar and bass, or guitar and microphone.

    And there is still a stereo RCA input for any audio device!

    In short, very useful for those who, like me, must repeat volume-limited, but is tired sometimes play with headphones! It's good to hear also in the open air!

    The machine is light, small, and possesses a very correct, as long as you do not ride too deeply in the power ...

    You do not buy such a device to push to the extreme of its 150 watts! This power is useful in reserve at all times to allow a "safe" enough, or even at normal volume level.

    The sound quality is so good, in my humble opinion. No breath and a sufficient definition for both the guitar for bass.

    Good for bass, the 205D does not cash boost my Markbass filters when they are set "big sound", but it is very specific and I willingly forgive him this one limitation that I detected for time. That said, I play bass 4 strings, and I do not know what would be the return of a rope if serious on this unit.

    In conclusion, I am very satisfied with this product very versatile, which can also be used for stage practical and light.
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  • Small monitor with a big sound

    Behringer Eurolive B205DPublished on 09/23/12 at 23:40
    The Behringer Eurolive Series B205D is a very powerful monitor, I have never even go close to turning this monitor all the way up and at a little over halfway up its extremely loud. It has 1 XLR and 2 RCA with 2 XLR and TRS hookup. There is a microphone in (XLR) and it only weights no more than 10 pounds at the most. I had no idea that I monitor of this size and weight can actually sound so big. The bass response is very good and heavy but still keeping the high and mid level sounds at a good reach so they can still be heard and pop out at the listener. The Behringer Eurolive Series B205D is great for those smaller places that us DJ’s or Live musicians gig at. I have used this at many......
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    The Behringer Eurolive Series B205D is a very powerful monitor, I have never even go close to turning this monitor all the way up and at a little over halfway up its extremely loud. It has 1 XLR and 2 RCA with 2 XLR and TRS hookup. There is a microphone in (XLR) and it only weights no more than 10 pounds at the most. I had no idea that I monitor of this size and weight can actually sound so big. The bass response is very good and heavy but still keeping the high and mid level sounds at a good reach so they can still be heard and pop out at the listener. The Behringer Eurolive Series B205D is great for those smaller places that us DJ’s or Live musicians gig at. I have used this at many outdoor events as well and the sound is still amazing. It is a great value for the price that it cost. You can use the RCA inputs to plug in your external gear that you want to play songs through if you want and it has a 3 channel mixer with a built in 3 band EQ. The speaker is very portable and is well built. You don’t have to worry about it getting broke if you drop it (not that you would being its only around 10 lbs.). The knobs are pretty well built to and they wont pop off or break off. I have not used it as a floor monitor , I only use it at ear level on a stand. It sounds amazing. I am pleased with my choice to purchase the Behringer Eurolive Series B205D. It has served its purpose and I have gotten well more than my money’s worth in this monitor. This is the first Eurolive Series monitor that I have tried, but after using this one I will keep my eye out for other ones similar from Behringer.
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  • Not bad considering the price

    Behringer Eurolive B205DPublished on 12/28/11 at 05:53
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    This small return (or pregnant?) Sounds pretty good, but lacks cruelment treble.
    I Utis retour.Pour in the song is not bad at all, on the treble instruments are not enough details.
    RAPORT The money is good.
  • Behringer Eurolive B205DPublished on 09/13/10 at 21:47
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    jai tested once at home, the price is good value, good little sound OK, but beware if you pushed into the grave, with a guitar, it vibrates to the artery and there are limits to the micro level, in position on foot, acroche exploded without ears before, so there is no miracle return the ear itself, or being nice to the volume, there is the same model in Mackie SRM 150 at twice the price, but wanted to test jai the difference was one of the other side, if you made the live often must cobble a target perch, each time, convenient, attention has put the rings on the tip of metal for the pole in axis!
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