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Behringer NEO Series
Power and reduced weight come together in the 1200W NEO Series Speaker Systems. Higher power and lower weight were achieved by capitalizing on the neodymium magnets' many advantages: small size, powerful response and light weight. Combined with Class-D amplifier technology and a switch-mode power supply, the NEO Series delivers top-quality sonic performance and an even greater weight-efficient design. The series offers two 12" models, the 41lb B912NEO and B812NEO, as well as the 51lb 15" B815NEO. All models feature an integrated mixer with a noise gate and 2-band EQ, two mic/line inputs (XLR and 1/4" TRS) with individual volume controls and peak LEDs. A 1.75" titanium diaphragm neodymium compression driver is provided for high-frequency reproduction.
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