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Hello, just a quick question.


I have a berringer loudspeaker (1) that my parents gave me today since they no longer use it...


I currently have a 7.1 system (center, fronts, front heights, sides,sub) 7.1.

I have a pioneer 1121K receiver and I believe it accepts upto 7.2.


My question is in what position should I place the berringer loud monitor?


Can I use it as a sub or maybe back sorround?
 

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Hello!


This is the address and these are the specs.

http://www.americanmusical.com/Item--i-BEH-B212A-LIST



Behringer B212A Specifications



Output Power

Low-frequency range:

RMS @ 1%THD (sine wave): 200 W @ 8 ohms

Peak Power: 320 W @ 8 ohms

High-frequency range:

RMS @ 1% THD (sine wave): 50 W @ 8 ohms

Peak Power: 80 W @ 8 ohms

Input

XLR connector (servo-balanced)

Sensitivity: -40 to +4 dBu

Input impedance: 20k ohms

1/4 inch jack (servo-balanced)

Sensitivity: -40 to +4 dBu

Input impedance: 20k ohms

Link Output

XLR connector

System Data

Frequency range: 65 Hz to 20 kHz

Crossover frequency: 2.4 kHz (12 dB)

Maximum sound pressure level: 125 dB @ 1 m

Limiter: optical

Dynamic Equalizer: processor-controlled

Equalizer

High: 12 kHz / +-15 dB

Low: 80 Hz / +-15 dB

Power Supply

Mains voltage: 120 Volts, 60 Hz

Power consumption: maximum 450 W

Fuse (100-120Volts: T 5.0 A H 250 V

Mains connector: Standard IEC receptacle

Dimensions/Weight

Dimensions (HxWxD): approx. 22 x 14 x 11 inches

Weight: approx. 36 lbs.








Any ideas what position I should use this?
 

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Originally Posted by Brian323  /t/1472791/question-with-berringer-loudmonitor-speaker#post_23317636


Any ideas what position I should use this?
None, it's a PA speaker, not HT.
 
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