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    Bruce Robinson
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    Speaker suggestions for PMP4000

    As a Program DJ, I often send my main mix to a house sound system. I use the PMP4000 as a mixer fro mics and computer generator audio. I would like to add the option of connecting passive speaker cabinets and am having difficulty getting recommendations from dealers. Any suggestions?

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    Hi Bruce! Thanks for your post.

    The PMP4000 is 2x400 Watts, at 8 Ohms 2x800 at 4 Ohms. I suggest two of our B212XL passive loudspeakers. You can check them out on our site here:

    http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/B212XL.aspx
    Andrew Luck
    Specialist, Product Support DJ US
    MUSIC-Group US

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    I'm using the Eurolive B1520 Pro's

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Luck View Post
    Hi Bruce! Thanks for your post.

    The PMP4000 is 2x400 Watts, at 8 Ohms 2x800 at 4 Ohms. I suggest two of our B212XL passive loudspeakers. You can check them out on our site here:

    http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/B212XL.aspx
    I'm using the Eurolive B1520 Pros. They are awesome speakers. I wonder however if it is too much speaker for the PMP4000.

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    Bruce Robinson
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    Thank you, Andrew. That is most helpful.

    Please correct me if I am wrong, but, with the Amp Mode in Main Mix position, I could use four of these speakers, two on each main speaker output, to increase coverage in a wide room.

    Thanks, again for your assistance.

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    Bruce Robinson
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    Thanks, Mike.

    The B1520 is one of the suggestions in the manual, too. I think my vendors were trying to steer me to what was in stock.

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    PMP4000 works fine with both B1520 Pro as well as B212XL and B212XL. For myself, i am using my PMP4000 with a pair of B1520 Pro.

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