All user reviews for the Behringer B210D

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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 7 reviews )
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JimboSpins's review"Great for the mobile DJ"

Behringer B210D
The B210D is a 10 inch two powered PA speaker made by Behringer. I have used many Behringer cabinets before including some of the Eurolive cabinets they have made in the past. This speaker is very affordable and packs a great sound. The sound is very clean and the bass is very punchy. Because of the frequency range of this speaker it will really pick up those really low bass tones that some PA speakers just cannot pick up. There is a built in high pass filter built into the B210D like there is on most of the Eurolive cabinets.
The mic input control will allow you to control the mic level of the designated microphone that you are using. There is also a 2 band EQ as well, you will not be able to do much with that two band EQ but you can at least take care of the bass frequencies and the treble or high frequencies.
This speaker is very powerful and projects a huge sound to your audience. It is great for music or any live function you may be in charge of. It has a 1.25 compression driver and only weighs 20 pounds. It has a carrying handle on it making it easy to take with you. It is very durable and will last a long time. I have been using this for about 3 months now and have not found anything that I would change about it. If you need more power you will need to get a bigger speaker but this one is very affordable and is perfect for the mobile DJ or someone who is doing a smaller event. I would not use this for a larger venue or event just because you will not get the best sound in a larger place. It will make the sound kind of “flat” or “dull” if you are in a large space with the B210D.

gregzerozero's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" it is clear that ..."

Behringer B210D
I buy this hp for a return in concert ... I'm already served in frontage by singing just go for small bar.
Admittedly, the price is hard to beat. It's going strong (stronger than the db tech cromo 10 I use the front, but 210 distortionnent faster and sounds more withdrawn). They are very durable, I've dropped down the stairs, like a 10aine walking and light hand claw, neither seen nor known.

Frankly apart sound a little "boxy", no complaints. If I should say that I quibble buttons look fragile and that the speakers are ugly.

dan29000's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" a little better ... That a big serving that does nothing"

Behringer B210D
when I had the box in the arms ... I did ... but ... they forgot to put the speaker in the box??? And no. It was indeed, in its case ... polystyrene ... DAMAGE! I say unfortunate because I found the speaker very aesthetic ... yes I'm the proud father of two "small speakers" passive Peavey ...: D I will get back earlier.
So once out of its plastic bag of waters, I hasten to plug the small mixer Behringer Xenyx 502 also. I say, but I bought 2 in fact. So the two connected ... bam I plug the chain on it .... and there ... uncapping assured. How such a tiny little thing out such a big sound!?
Well it's on, I had seen ... there are plenty of bass. So what? Must adjust the sound thats ALL! A PA is not an MP3 player, this is an art, a sensitivity and a matter of ear and settings! Anyway ... I tried them out right away .. yeah this is not the goal of keeping them warm ... and here I am amazed. Well it's on, they are 10 inches and the dispersion of sound is not exceptional. BUT THESE ARE 10 INCHES! We buy the equipment you need, knowing what you buy. So for nickel is 10 inches.
To use the first I had to do returns ... well I think I'll do much more. I try on a Saturday football ^ ^
Well I think I've been around. I'm really disappointed not to have invested in a small budget like that with the pleasure it gave me. I forgot to mention the weight compared to my Peavey Pro 15 .... It's on you do not play in the same court ... but hey 17 kg against the passive and active 8.5 with 80 or 100 watts of differences ... and more aesthetically, pro 15 ... well that's pretty big and not necessarily with his carpet .. . we like it or not after the manly side of the enclosure is on .. Ah yes. RETURN of the handle release stage, it's canon and superrrr practice ..... WHO WILL WIN?? Pro VS 15 B210D .... up to you to use your imagination! Good buy and that music thrives. "Without music, life would be a mistake" Nietzsche.

sono9478's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Pregnant very correct"

Behringer B210D
A very pregnant correct for its class. Obviously, one should not expect too much (not a sound of the evening, though!) But rather use back in base reinforcement room, in support of voice ...
Minimum connections = a + xlr input jack at the same level! Attention to volume control behind the speaker if you use it to line level, it can saturate quickly. Order equalizer bass / treble. Support for up to 35mm as possible.
Note, the adjustment knobs on the back are not very well protected in case of transport with quick storage! It can be easy to hang.
Otherwise, its very correct with a little EQ. Frankly, a model that takes the road for a very affordable price.

GabDj's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer B210D
I will soon acquire, and I'm very excited because they are beautiful pregnant. I buy them for the night and my whole first night and I was only eleven but I love it especially the sound. Before I was lent FCR But the problem is the price or I find them powerful 500 watt DC It told me that for my mixer Berhinger DJX 750 I had this type of enclosure but the price is not affordable So I prefer is pregnant I looked forward to. In soirrer there is no problem of fatigue?
Echo tango05/26/2010

Echo tango's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" The stuff very correct!"

Behringer B210D
Use for 1 month return as voices for concerts in small clubs, concerts and coffee again. F1220A tried the same brand but less conclusive and more encombrant.Pour the price was right: good sound for the size (even a tad too serious but it is easily corrected), a mini size and weight. Perfect to use as I am (back individual voice), and could also be used for small acoustic performances (guitar / vocals). OK, it's Behringer, we reach not the returns of other more expensive brands, but honestly it is not stolen. Repeat this choice? I'll see how this stuff behaves the medium and long term ...
benoit.latteur@skynet.be03/19/2010's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer B210D
I just bought two active speakers B210D on board a reseller. Application: voice support for conferences from 20 to 100 people. You plug a good mic, the 220v is all. The sound is magnificent! Nice presence of all frequencies. The audience hears you remarkably without disturbing the hearing. If the hearing is important, I can plug the second B210D the output of the first to cover the back of the room or another room or even across the audience. Lightweight, sturdy, small size, a delight to handle. Even at volume "pushed", the sound will not clip. Occasionally, I wanted to make a configuration or a karaoke evening at home. And here too, B210D wonders. In this config, I use a Behringer 1222FX mixer purchased from OCCAZ. Wonderful! No noise or interference. You set your input, connect the source and then ... German technology does the rest. A delight. Its powerful (David Guetta tape plexus), net, clean, all frequencies are present, nice angle hearing, perfect to develop into a living. Unobtrusive to the eye, easy to carry in the car and put away in a cupboard, the active speaker can be recommended without fear. Of course, for deep bass, you add a subwoofer box.