Behringer B1200D-PRO Active Subwoofer

- LF Driver Size: 1 x 12"
- Total Power: 500W
- Inputs: 2 x XLR
- Outputs: 2 x XLR (Out), 2 x XLR (Thru)
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Frequency Range: 45Hz-180Hz (-10dB)
- Maximum Peak SPL: 122dB
- Mounting Options: 1-3/8" (35 mm) pole socket
- Height: 17"
- Width: 14.8"
- Depth: 16.7"
- Weight: 43.1 lbs.
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 47 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 20 x 20 x 18 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): B1200DPRO
Pair
Shipping Weight: 94 lbs
(21 ratings)
Submitted June 3, 2017 by Randy V in Marysville, WA
"FINALLY!"
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Finally, there's an affordable powered subwoofer bin that's small and light enough to put in the trunk of car. It is also the solution for those small to midsize gigs like receptions up to 200 people. I like to use my EV ELX112's or PRX710's and hide one of these subs under the table to keep people guessing where all that bass is coming from. I'm looking forward to purchasing another one and put it side-by-side or stacked for increased bass while still using my mid-size car instead of the truck or trailer to go gigging.

Sound
The sound quality is impressive when in close proximity to the enclosure up to about 60 feet where the bass that used to be there starts to drop dramatically. Of course, it doesn't move air and feel the bass like I get from my EV ELX118's, et.al. but one does hear a lot of extra bass.

Features
If you don't process your speakers (EQ, BBE, etc.) then there's still enough features to contour your music to your liking.

Ease of Use
Ease of use should be a no-brainer once you become experienced and refined enough of a DJ or musician to know the benefits of adding a bass enclosure.

Quality
I really appreciate the look and feel of this cabinet. It feels solid, looks like it could be heavy, but it's not.

Value
It's a really good value and anyone should be able to purchase one with a high level of confidence. My read more only reservation is that the EV ZXA-1 12" sub is rated about 3 dB louder and I like my bass. However, at $200 less than the EV 12, the Behringer just barely edges out the EV which I probably would've purchased had they been $100 less.

Manufacturer Support
Have not had to deal with the company. This, after purchasing my first Behringer about 20 years ago.

The Wow Factor
Taking into consideration the size, cost, weight, the fact that it's only one 12" woofer, and bass response. The WOW Factor is really good.

Musical Background:
FCC Disc Jockey for 25 years and musician.

Musical Style:
Hip Hop, Pop, Reggaeton, Old School, R&B, Motown, Oldies But Goodies, Cultural
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