Behringer Eurolive B115D, B115MP3
These new systems feature an integrated dual-channel mixer with 2-band EQ, built-in sound processor, 1kW of Class-D bi-amplification, and weigh only 38.9lbs. each. The unique enclosure design allows them to be pole-mounted, stacked or placed horizontally for floor monitor wedge applications. A dedicated USB-style 3.0 input provides seamless integration with wireless microphones. B115D and B115MP3's custom-engineered 15" excursion LF driver delivers deep powerful bass, while 1.35" aluminum-diaphragm compression driver provides high-frequency reproduction. The B115MP3 boasts a fully addressable embedded MP3 player. The eight-button user interface and multi-function LCD panel allows the user to instantly browse tracks and select shuffle, repeat or single-play modes.
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