Reviews and Problems with Behringer EUROLIVE B212D
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Good Speakers for Beginning DJ's
J. Sheppard, Amazon
1 July 2014
Summary: Bought these because I'm starting in the mobile DJ business and I didn't have a boat load of money to spend. Sound is pretty good as long as you stay under about 65% max. I'll probably want to invest in a good sub later on.
Summary: As a professional musician for 25 years, these cabinets are outstanding for not-too-demanding applications. Solid construction, I was expecting a lighter weight unit. The E.Q. element isn't special, with the 2 speakers not being as balanced as true Pro-Line gear.
Summary: These speakers are perfect for the starting-out DJ. They pack a punch, travel easily, look good in the process, and are easily replaceable should an accident ensue. I've owned three of these and almost consistantly play them at about 1/3 volume for medium rooms (ie: wedding dance floors, etc): one...
Summary: For an inexpensive 12inch speaker this packs a lot of punch. I use it for the acoustic pick up on my Taylor T 5 and it works really well in conjunction with my Fender Blues Deluxe along with an A B switching box. Works great
Summary: I borrowed one of these from a friend for an acoustic gig, and enjoyed it so much that when it came time to buy my own PA, this was my choice. Great sound quality for the price, well-built, and easy controls.
Sound quality is good, assuming you get a good functional piece.
Sudhanshu K Sinha, Amazon
15 November 2013
Summary: Bought two units of this... Received them two days back.. But one had problems right when opened from the package. Plugged into play some music, but the speaker created a lot of noise and intermittently would pump in or fade out low frequency sounds for the heavy drums. Returning it.. disappointed.
Summary: Wow. I love these speakers. I recommend them to anyone playing for small events. I used them at a High school back to school dance. The kids loved them. Even the teachers said- Not too loud- Just right.
Summary: Switched from passive to active speakers. These deliver a much cleaner sound with plenty of power. They work great on acoustic guitar and vocals. If you mic a kick or bass I would recommend the 15's.