Behringer Europort EPA300 Reviews4.5/5.0 based on 5 customer reviews
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from South Georgia
January 16, 2013Music Background:
Sound / Parent of performer
Very Pleased!First used for vocals in a 3000 sq ft Mexican restaurant dining room. It was much louder than the crowd and clean sounding to boot. The compact package is beyond convenient. My 20 yr old daughter gigs with this. With this rig and a 1 duffle bag of cords and such and she has everything she needs to perform with one trip from the car. Highly recommend this.
from Tyler, TX
February 23, 2012Music Background:
Pro Musician and Live Sound Engineer
Great for the price!We are a 4 piece band and we use this for 2 vocals and 1 acoustic guitar, it's loud and clean! I would recommend this unit for anyone that needs something for rehearsal or smaller sized gigs.
Effects are good on it, but we've only used the reverb and it has phantom power.
We love it and can't think of why we didn't get is sooner!
Michael Robert Gough
from Palm Desert, CA
January 11, 2012Music Background:
Jazz Singer / Guitarist
A full featured, versatile system with clear output and ease of use.The Behringer Europort EPA300 is perfect for my needs as a solo artist to small venu events. I use the system for my guitar through an effects pedal in one stereo channel, a drum machine including programmed base lines in another stereo channel, and I sing through one of the microphone channels with built-in effects (small room reverb)...each of these EPA300 outputs is adjustable for volume, bass and treble... and the overall output is remarkably crisp and clear. I also can use the EPA300 to play recorded music supplied by computer or IPod, and suppress the lead vocals from songs to use as a karaoke machine... so it's a great setup for DJ gigs as well ...another nice feature is the feedback detection system with the immediate quick-fix equalizer.....Also the system folds up and locks into a compact 48 pound easy carrying case.... I love it.
February 17, 2012Music Background:
30 years + Working most of the time musician.
Works Great For Small Gigs Needs Wheels!I would have giving this a 5 star all the way if it had wheels. It has plastic skid plates that screw on with 4 screws that goes around the bottom corner where castors should be.I though maybe the wheels were under the plasic plates but no! It kind of ticks me off since it says on Behringers site in the discription that it has wheels.But hey get over it! I is a great sounding system for how little it is! If you can live with hauling around 50 pounds then get this thing for your small gigs or practice. It sounds great and has effects and control of them on each channel.And EQ!!! WOOOHH! Behringer makes the best sounding pa`s and this mini pa follows suit. But it needs wheels!
September 3, 2012Music Background:
Great sound, but limited usefulnessI purchased this PA about 2 months ago and have gigged with it 3 times (usually use a larger system). I purchase for doing solo gigs w/o band, and it works fine for that. The sound is crystal clear, though not much bass with the 8" speakers. No surprise there. The unit does pack up nicely into a convenient carry size. Wheels would be nice, but I'm still young and strong enough to lug it around with no problem. The only downside so far to this unit is its lack of inputs. Works great for 1 person with 1 mic and 1 instrument. Almost useless for anything else. Sure, you can go thru an amp w/ multiple inputs and line out to PA, but that sort of defeats the purpose behind a small, portable PA, doesn't it. 3 of the 5 channels are stereo inputs. OK for DJ, keyboard, etc, but no good for adding another person with mic/guitar. Bottom line: if it's just you performing, it's great. If you have a duet or more, look elsewhere (maybe the EPA900 model?)