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Behringer Europower PMP1680S Table de mixage amplifiée 10 canaux 1600 W
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- Behringer PMP1680S. Quantité de canaux: 10 canaux
- Traitement numérique du son: 24 bit
- Gamme de fréquence: 10 - 200000 Hz. DHT
- distorsion harmonique totale: 0,001%. Consommation électrique (typicale): 1050 W. Largeur: 460 mm
- Profondeur: 220 mm
- Hauteur: 315 mm
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Description du produit
Consommation électrique (typicale): 1050 W
Convertisseur Audio D/A: y
Couleur du produit: Noir
Entrée jack microphone: Oui
Entrées ligne (RCA): 1
Fréquence d'échantillonnage: 40 kHz
Gamme de fréquence: 10 - 200000 Hz
Grille de montage: Oui
Hauteur: 315 mm
Largeur: 460 mm
Poids: 9,9 kg
Profondeur: 220 mm
Quantité de canaux: 10 canaux
Rapport signal sur bruit du microphone: 110 dB
Traitement numérique du son: 24 bit
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All input channels off, outputs off... connect all devices with controls off. Now turn on the main amp and set it at about 3 PM or 3/4 full mode. The signal noise ratio is very good so at max you will only hear a slight noise from the amp.. Note: No such thing as a 100% quiet amp) ambient RF noise in the are will cause more erroneous sounds as well.
With the channel volume knob off, plug in a guitar and have the guitar volume set at 50% or so, turn on the channel volume knob while listening the its loudness in the mains... If sound really loud with the volume knob at less than 1/4 on.. then press in the PAD button in. Note: The PAD puts in resistance to the input signal to a more manageable level. The guitar is set.
Do the same with all other channels for instruments and voice. If the clipping LED starts to light up... have the input source turn it's volume down to avoid clipping. Note: that just because the red LED is blinking, the actual sound you hear coming out of the speakers is your real indication of clipping. With some amps.. there is a little more headroom between blinking light clipping and actual clipping you will hear.
If all is set right, no clipping and yet you need more volume out front... push up your main amp control to for more volume. However.. if your clipping like a mad dog and you still need more volume.. Then the next best thing is to add two 8 ohms speakers on each side. Normally we hook up only one speaker on each side right? Well two speakers on each side will drop the impedance on each side of the amplifiers (left and right to 4 ohms on each side. At 4 ohms you now are pushing 800 watts (nearly) on each side.) Makes sense because more speakers = more air being pushed = louder music.
This amplifier was chosen by me for having also the access to the amplifier only that can be used to power an external mixer. In other words it has 1/4" jacks for the left and right meaning I could plug in a 2nd mixer into the amplifier in conjunction to using the mixer on the main unit. Note: While I was using the amplifier last week.. I took a 1/4" plug and plugged it into the amplifiers input jack and was surprised that it didn't disconnect the on board mixer. That means it worked as an "insert" as opposed to a either or connection... and this is a plus if I needed to add a smaller mixer to the amp for more channels, I could imply plug the 2nd mixer to the amplifiers and whamo I'm good to go.
My text was only a rough indicator that it should work.. I haven't actually tried to connect a 2nd mixer to it yet. I'll do that next week and update this page if needed.
The RC jacks designed to input a music source works fairly well but you will note that it does not have its own EQ knobs. This means ... plugging in an iPhone mean that the music will be pretty flat. A better solution would be to use a mini stereo plug to your iPhone and at the other end of the cable, have 2 1/4" standard plugs to use a normal channel (left and right plugs). This way you will have access to the EQ knobs of that channel.
One thing I did notice though and I'd appreciate any feedback from other owners. The right hand channels present 2 inputs (left and right) for plugging in a stereo source. However, it also has the left channel labeled as "mono" ..but when I plug in a source to the left channel only.... sound only comes out of left side. For mono, I'm thinking I should have sound coming out of both the left and right speakers. Much like using the 1/4" plug on channel 1 for example... Plug in a guitar there and the guitar plays in both left and right speakers. Please test that guys and let me know how it works for you.
I go right into playing wih this.
I used cheap and expensive microphones and man it's tough to distinguish between them. Condenser Mic sounds very full. Electric Guitar, Electric/acoustic and acoustic through the condenser mic all sound better than ever. Phantom power works on all channels.
I hooked this up to a pair of Behringer B215XL speakers and it is an unbelievable combination in sound power and quality.
MAKE SURE YOU BUY SPEAKER CABLES WITH SPEAKON CONNECTIONS!!!
This mixer will not work with regular speaker cables.
They should tell you at time of purchase but they do not.
I got 25' cables with Speakon terms on both ends and oh man the power is unbelievable.
I can't wit to get in front of a large venue and crank these suckers up.
Only problem I had was the first one I got was a little quirky. When you turned the power off, you would have to wait a bit before turning it back on or no sound. ?? But, I called Behringer to make sure it wasn't something I was doing. Then, returned to Amazon for replacement. Service was GREAT!!! Got the new one in two days after filing for replacement. Thank you AMAZON!!
Because the new one has no quirks and is a real workhorse!!!