|jaxom ||01-18-2013 07:34 AM |
Behringer Eurolive F1320D
Looking for something to improve vocals (volume) at rehearsal and possibly live. Anyone have experience with these? And do you know how many can be run together?
|DWBass ||01-18-2013 07:46 AM |
Behringer makes decent products these days. You can run as many as you want together. You'll have plenty of volume to hear yourself.
|jaxom ||01-18-2013 09:02 AM |
Thanks for the input....
|Hactar ||01-18-2013 05:02 PM |
Regarding how many can be run together:
You can use the link output to daisy chain them together.
Six or so should be no problem, the link output provides the exact same signal as the input, so there are no issues with gain staging.
|kweej ||01-22-2013 12:19 PM |
I have a F1220A, which is basically a lower power version of the 1320 (from what I can tell). I use it as a vocal monitor. I think it's great. I used to have a monitor that ran off of the PA. It had everyone's vocal in it and I had to try to pick mine out. Now I'm the only voice coming out of it and I control the volume. It also has a feedback filter that works pretty well.
|bigdbass ||01-22-2013 07:41 PM |
I have one. It's still new in the box cuz I havent needed to use it yet. I did a fair amount of research and this one rose to the top for bang for the buck and like that it can reasonably perform as the main PA for vocals for an acoustic gig or as an mp3 jukebox for family backyard parties/BBQs/etc.
|Implosion ||04-10-2013 05:18 AM |
How does this thing handle bass?
Bass > pre-amp > F1320D = farting unless played at a bedroom volumes?
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