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    islandtim
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-06-17

    Could anyone provide some more detailed info on the MAIN IN jack on the back of the B205D and B207MP3?

    All the manual has to say is that you use it to connect the output from another speaker. And while the specs section gives Sensitivity and Input impedance figures for the Channel 1 and Channel 2 inputs on the front, all it says about MAIN IN is that it's a combo XLR/TRS jack.

    I'm wondering how versatile this MAIN IN is...could I essentially use it as a third input? Can it accept a monitor out signal from a board? A mic? An instrument like a guitar or bass?

    Also curious how the gain adjustment would work in this situation. I would think that the MAIN LEVEL knob would control the level of whatever is input to the MAIN IN. Then you could adjust LEVEL 1, LEVEL 2 and LEVEL 3 (CD) to get levels relative to the signal on the MAIN IN. Am I on the right track?

    Thanks in advance, I hope someone who knows these speakers can help!

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    • islandtim
      WilliamR Mainly it is designed to daisy chain multiple B205d units from the thru jack of the same unit. So it could take a monitor send or any other line-level signal.
      • Jun 17
    • islandtim
      Paul_Vannatto I use both B205D and B207MP3 as spot monitors for bands (for drums, keyboards, etc.) and connect the console's monitor outputs to the back of these speakers. The advantage of doing that is that the musician only has to adjust the master output knob.
      • Jun 18
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    mtpizzi
    Contributor - Level 1
    2022-06-05

    Looking for a suitable way to carry this monitor as the duct-taped box is falling apart! HELP!!!

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    • mtpizzi
      Dale_M We do not sell bags, most users have them made by 3rd party companies.
      • Jun 6
    • mtpizzi
      Paul_Vannatto I got a small duffle bag from Value Village that works great with my B207MP3.
      • Jun 6
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    Pstoltman
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-02-11

    When I plug the 205-D monitor in I'm hearing a distorted sound from the speaker. This occurs even with all volumes turned down. I have tried using a different power cord and multiple power outlets. Can anyone tell me what is happening? Any fix or is this something that needs to be sent in for service?

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    • Pstoltman
      Dale_M Yes this will definitely need inspection, please go to the Support tab above and select Service to submit a ticket.
      • Feb 10
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    panard0
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-31

    Hi everybody!
    I am looking for the part (number) that separate signals to tweeter and main speaker of an Eurolive VS1200F?
    does somebody knows it part#, name, cost or anything that can help me to fix a pair of floor monitors that I can only have sound of its tweeters?

     

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    • panard0
      Paul_Vannatto The part you are referring to is called a crossover. Are you certain it is the crossover and not the 12" woofer? I would suggest you submit a repair or spare parts ticket by clicking on the Support (above) and fill in the form.
      • Jan 31
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    Dellbhoy
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2022-01-06

    Hi there, I have a behringer eurolive f1220d floor monitor. It has been stored in my hut for over a year. I plugged it in to test it and at first it worked then after about 10 minutes it started making a farting noise then nothing. If I switch it on and off I'm only getting audio from the tweeter. I checked the main speaker in another cab and it's fine so it seems like an amp issue. Are these sold as a spare part. If so how much do they cost and where can I get one thanks

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    • Dellbhoy
      DavidThomson1 Check you terminals from the amp PCB to your speaker connectors - could simply have been corrosion set in causing a poor connection
      • Jan 13
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    PhilMW
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-12-14

    Were these ever produced with a wrinkle paint finish?

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    • PhilMW
      WilliamR Hello, William from music tribe here. To my knowledge, the BG410s Has only ever been available in black Tolex.
      • December 15, 2021
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    DavidStackhouse
    Contributor - Level 2
    2021-11-21

    I'm interested in the B205D, and I see it has a hole in top into which an adapter may be placed, and then a boom attached to the adapter. But I can find no mention anywhere of whether this adapter is included or is it purchased separately, or if it's a part that Behringer makes and what would be the part model #, and if Behringer doesn't make it, then where would I get one, and what specs would it have to match.

    What I'm NOT asking about is this adapter here... 
    https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/B105DStdMnt--behringer-microphone-stand-mount-for-b105d-and-b205d 
    ...which is the adapter that would go beneath the B205D; i.e., the B205D would go on top of this adapter. I'm asking for details about the adapter that would plug into the hole atop the B205D, and then a boom would be attached to said adapter I'm searching for.

    The adapter I'm talking about is clealry shown here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjTBJLHkZVg&t=57s

    Bottom line... what's the adapter called / what's the model #, and where would I find it? Thank you!

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    • DavidStackhouse
      Paul_Vannatto The B205D comes with a short mic pole (approx 4") with 5/8" mic threads on each end. This can be screwed into the top hole (that has 5/8" mic threads) and a standard boom (such as those made by OnStage) can be screwed on to the top. My church uses 4 of these B205D spot monitors and occasionally we will add a boom (from one of the mic stands).
      • November 21, 2021
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    Chrisjames66
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-08-31

    Help? Overheating? But what component?

    It works fine for a while then it starts to cut out. When it does the Clip light and Power light will cycle on/off together for a bit, then starts working again.

    Hard to pinpoint as the cause is intermittent and not repeatable.

    I have a bandmate with the same issue with his. My other 3 are fine. Anyone else have/solved this issue?

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    • Chrisjames66
      Dale_M Hi there we would advise raising a technical ticket from the support tab above so we can assist you, we would also advise your bandmate also contacts us too.
      • August 30, 2021
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    Shea
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-16

    I am running 2 behringer b210d PA speakers thrugh the mackie to the macbook and using logic pro X. I cannot seem to get any of the effects or the guitar sounds that come pre instaled or plug in with logic. It just sounds like a clean guitar? what am I doing wrong here.

    please help I am going batty trying to find the cure> heres the set up (photos)

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    • Shea
      Nigel67 Hi Shea, I am sorry, but I think that you have contacted the wrong company for support on your logic pro x software or mackie mixer. We only support the Behringer B210D speakers, and if they are outputting audio, then they are working. Your FX from logic pro x are mixed into the audio on the mackie so you need to contact one of those two companies for advice. I am unsure why you have the mic and line input connected at the same time, but the Quick Start Guide does advise you do not.

      (7) XLR INPUT Connect a microphone, balanced mixer output, or the
      LINK OUTPUT from another speaker using a balanced cable with a
      female XLR plug.
      WARNING: Never use the ¼" and XLR inputs at the same time.
      • May 16, 2021
    • Shea
      Paul_Vannatto The photo provided is of the B210D speaker back panel. Shea, to get the Mackie built-in FX to the mix, follow the instructions in the Mackie manual (page 14).
      • May 17, 2021
    • Shea
      Shea

      Thank you for the info. I’ve read the manuals but clearly not well enough. I don’t want the effects from mackie I want the guitar plug ins from logic (or garage band or any saws).

      Sorry if this was the wrong place because . Yes, the speakers work. So that’s good!

      • May 17, 2021
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    Sault8487
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-11

    Hello. I have an Xair 12 and would like to use passive stage monitors to eliminate a few cables on the floor. What would be the best way to do this?

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    • Sault8487
      Sault8487 I am using a Crown XLi 800 amp to power my main L and R passive speakers. Could I use an additional crown amp to power the Aux 1 and 2 for the stage monitors?
      • January 11, 2021
    • Sault8487
      KyleJohnson Hello, Kyle here with Music Tribe. You would need to use an additional amplifier. Depending on the model (And power ratings) of Passive monitors you use, you could look at the Behringer NX1000, NX3000 or NX6000 to power them.
      • January 11, 2021
    • Sault8487
      RexBeckett Hello Sault8487, if you want to use passive stage monitors then you will need power amps to drive them. The Aux outputs on an XR12 should be suitable for feeding most power amps. The Crown XLi 800 may be suitable if it matches the power rating and impedance of your speakers.
      • January 11, 2021
    • Sault8487
      Sault8487 That’s what I figured. Thanks for the comments!
      • January 11, 2021
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