Behringer Eurolive VP1220 Loudspeaker Review

Behringer Eurolive VP1220 Loudspeaker

Behringer is noted for creating gear for budget minded consumers but this hasn't prevented them from producing good quality products. The Eurolive speakers are no exception. The wood composite cabinets are heavy duty and rugged.

The Behringer Eurolive VP1220 speakers will handle 200 watts program (continuous) power and 800 watt peaks. The 1.75" titanium-diaphragm compression driver produced clear and crisp highs. The lower frequency 12" long-excursion driver performed well at lower volume levels but produced some distortion beginning at about 70%.

On the back of the speaker there are both 1/4" and Speakon inputs. There are also 1/4" and Speakon outputs for chaining speakers. The speaker cabinet trapezoidal design allows for to be positioned upright or on its side like a wedged monitor. On the bottom there is a 35mm pole mount.

Good overall sound quality. Versatile cabinet design. Both Speakon and 1/4" inputs and outputs. Compact size and light weight. Inexpensive.

Poor bass handling at higher volume levels. A bit heavy at about 40 pounds.

Karaoke Suitability
A pair of Behringer Eurolive VP1220 speakers, in conjunction with a powered mixer with on-board effects, should make for a decent sounding karaoke system for small to medium sized venues.

Behringer Eurolive VP1220 User Manual

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