All user reviews for the Behringer Eurolive B215D
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These speakers combine the great look with a high quality concerning the timbre , frequency response , a very clean and pro sound and also a powerful punchy feel.
They have a punchy feel that is very enjoyable , without any distortion or any kinda of bad side effects to the listener.
What I like most about these speakers is the power provided by them , that punchy feel , the integrated eq , a very low noise and of course the design.
What I have found quite surprising about this product, is the weight, even if they provide a powerful performance that usually makes thing extremely heavy , or very complex with all those pre-amps , filters , eq and other stuff , these speakers are quite well designed so that they do not weight a lot.
I must mention the low frequency response that is very good , it's pro , it sounds great , it doesn't tremble to much , it's very accurate and precise.
I like the 550-Watt 2-way PA that this product has , I also like how the design is very compact and light so it doesn't weight a lot , the internal switch-mode power supply for noise-free audio makes a huge difference as well as the ltra-wide dispersion , the trapezoidal enclosure design allows a different posture and get that sound to fill the room.
My opinion about the value for the price is great, this product indeed is quite remarkable , it costs around 350 $ , however its worth the money.
Precision and quality is pro, I haven't found nothing to complain , 10/10.
Knowing what I know , I would buy these great piece of hardware which help the mastering / mixing design a lot.
1 people found this review helpful
JimboSpins's review"Huge sound"
You can get amazing power out of this Cabinet without having to worry about carrying a heavy speaker. This speaker is very light for it to be as big as it is. Like the B210D it has a 2 band EQ for treble and bass and also has the active high pass filter. The sound is very similar; in fact, the sound is the exact same but the difference is you are getting way more power with this speaker and a much better sound in a larger space. I own two of these and it is our go too speaker when we are in a larger space, especially one we are unfamiliar with because we know how great this sounds in so many different places.
We first decided to purchase this after being a club that already had them set up, they blew us away and we could not believe that it was the Eurolive series system. We knew that immediately we needed to pick them up and they are pretty affordable compared to some other ones we have purchased in the past so we went ahead and made the purchase.
The sound is very clear and big, and it is perfect for all sorts of live applications like performances, DJ’s, events, weddings and pretty much anything you can name it will sound great. Right before we purchased these or speaker system was the Mackie thumps and comparing those to these is like comparing apples to oranges. Great sound, lightweight and ready to go!
bazzzoukk's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" At that price, that you ask?"
Good, with a good equa preferably, but works without equations?
I use them in return for 1 year and have fooled the most demanding, no problems and save money.
Behringer it is no longer what it was, my good lady, everything changes at a speed can not be found any more!
3 of 5 people found this review helpful
HugoBs's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Good sound quality dj host but not instrument (electronic drums), still good compared to ibiza sound ever owned.
what I love most: aesthetics, protection, clip
and the least: it heats a lot
I advice to get started in djing since for the same price as the ibiza there are electronic safeguards, and has a twetter compression.
if I had the same budget, I would do this choice
1 people found this review helpful
Very good value for money. The 215D to 235 € / piece is a very good deal (Music Stars). An enclosure has released its first use in concert. Replaced by Berhinger.
Sound side, in use for live vocals I prefer the sound quality of 212D to 215D which are a bit more "boomy" and are more likely to hang.
Good punch in general, but not the sound clarity that we will find on the FCR, Yamaha, and less punch in the bass than Yamaha. But at this price, do not ask for the moon!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful