Excerpt: For the price it is excellent. I am running 2 PV115s with it and I barely turn it up and it bangs!! If you're on a budget then buy this. It has a little hum when you first turn it on but when you turn up your music then you never notice it. I recommend buying this with some Peavey PV115's. I did a show last week and that set up BANGED!
Excerpt: I own a lot of Behringer equipment and it's all good except for this mixer. I used it for two days and the left channel is shorting out. Don't get me wrong, Behringer is a great company with great equipment and prices. This was just one of those things. I have to return it but I will continue to buy Behringer.You don't have to pay 50% more for the name.
"quality and sound little workhorse of a power mixer"
By a customer from hotmail.com, zzounds.com
18 July 2011
Excerpt: I have owned the previous model for years and decided to upgrade to more watts. No matter where I play everyone cannot believe my sound and no one believes the price I paid, I typically use this system to play recorded music and vocals(professional shows and karaoke) and am constantly told I have the best sound around.
Excerpt: This is a surprisingly loud mixer! I didn't need to push it past about a third of the way on the output leve to be plent loud in a nice-sized club. The overall clarity is very good, too. Our vocals jumped out to the front of the mix, while our bass and lead guitar were still diswtinguished in the mix. I gave it an 8 only because the effects are not adjustable, only the wet/dry mix is. I'd like to take effect patch 88 and just tweak it a bit for the vocals!