Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO 1800W 18" Passive Subwoofer

18" 1,800W PA Subwoofer with Built-in Switchable Crossover
Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO 1800W 18
Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO 1800W 18
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A Bass Blaster by Behringer!

Ready to add some serious low end to your live rig, the Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO PA subwoofer is engineered to handle the demands of professional gigs. Whether you're playing in a small club or a large stage, the B1800X PRO cranks out the massive amounts of aggressive bottom end that you need to get the job done. On top of that, the B1800X PRO's switchable crossover gives you an optional passive or bi-amping operation mode, allowing for flexible integration into any live rig. Make no mistake, the 1,800-watt Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO PA subwoofer's enormous 18" long-excursion low-frequency transducer will give you the definition, clarity, and low-end punch you need to keep the party going. Sweetwater Sales Engineers have put together countless live sound systems over the past three decades. Give us a call, we'll be glad to help you out!

Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO PA Subwoofer at a Glance:
  • Custom-engineered transducer provides accurate, pulse-pounding bass
  • Behringer - a brief history
Custom-engineered transducer provides accurate, pulse-pounding bass

The Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO PA subwoofer's LF transducer has been engineered for just one purpose: to deliver flawless, pulse-pounding, chest-thumping bass. Because it was designed specifically for its intended application, you can rest assured that you're getting accurate, professional-sounding low-frequency sound reproduction, even at extremely high SPLs.

Behringer - a brief history

Uli Behringer showed an interest in music technology design at a young age, building his own synthesizer by the age of 16. In 1982, Uli began studying sound engineering and classical piano at the Robert Schumann conservatory in Dusseldorf, Germany. Uli's defining moment came when he was repairing a signal processor made by a high-end manufacturer. Despite the processor's expensive price tag, Uli realized that its internal components could be bought for a fraction of the cost. Being a strapped-for-cash student, Uli began building his own signal processors. Before he knew it, other students began requesting equipment from him. In 1989, after being bombarded with more orders than he could handle by himself, Uli created Behringer, Inc.

Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO PA Subwoofer Features:
  • Powerful 18" long-excursion transducer provides incredibly accurate, pulse-pounding bass
  • Switchable crossover for optional passive or bi-amping operation mode
  • Ergonomically shaped handles for easy transport
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
Blast some bass with the Behringer Eurolive B1800X PRO PA subwoofer!

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Tech Specs

Powered/Unpowered Unpowered
Power Configuration Bi-amped
LF Driver Size 1 x 18"
Power Rating 550W Continuous
Peak Power Capacity 1800W Peak
Inputs 1 x speakON
Outputs 1 x speakON
Impedance 8 ohms
Frequency Range 40Hz-300Hz (-10dB)
Maximum Peak SPL 100dB
Mounting Options Pole Mountable
Height 27.625"
Width 21.5"
Depth 21.75"
Weight 90.4 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number B1800XPRO

Customer Reviews

4/5
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5/5

Really Impressed! Long term reliability to boot.

As a hobbyist and wanna-be DJ, I have 30 years of home and car audio experience. I am an ex product and functionality engineer in a $1/2B sporting goods company, and current full time pro auto technician that caters to high end German cars. I like German engineering for a reason, It's simply better and never lack luster. I've owned Behringer speakers and power for 9 years now. Barely any issues and no real problems at all. The B1800X Pro has been in my 3600 sq/ft shop space for a couple of years now. Occasionally will transport it. It's a heavy and big SOB, the way it should be. I also have Behringer 15" and 12" mains, with a 2' stack of Behringer power and sound processing. To include a Denon CD player (very clean). It's massively overkill for my space and needs. I simply dig it. And so do my friends. It's like a concert. Many a time run the system right to clipping, using the the INUKE6000DSP to power this sub. The SPL is too much for anything other than short periods. The output is tremendous. With that said the intention was to buy another sub to fill out my space due to the layout. To be honest it's absolutely unnecesarry. The system and specifically the sub rattles the entire shop, despite 24' ceilings. As I write this things in my office are rattling even at 1/2 power. With that said, it's important to provide good power. The sub will reward. My 10 channel Behringer mixer can only muscle up 800 watts mono- simply not adequate for more than perhaps 70% output. The INUKE is at 1100 watt RMS (8 ohm; class D). An excellent match, but can double that per channel times two channels. Yet to tap that. This sub is heavy and robust. The rubber grill surround has vibrated out a bit- oh well. Otherwise NO issues whatsoever. Really could not ask for a better sub, irrespective of price. Perhaps I am clueless, but have been to many a big concert and feel I'm on par against real pro quality audio. And a good dose of high end home and car audo products- things like cast basket subs, silk dome tweeters and so on. So, It really needs two people to move around. But we all know weight is good for making bass. To date no one has been able to tell me what makes the "PRO" version better or much different. But it really puts out. The connectivity is great with pass thru, and Bi-amping capability. I find a steep cross over makes the deep bass I prefer, using 'BUT48', which cuts the high pass really hard with 48 DB/octive. About 80hz works well to prevent boominess. Probably depends what mains are used, and relative characteristics. This sub excels outside and comes into it's own. As does all the speakers. Have done a few Yard Parties and a outdoor event. The sound is most excellent. The sub has rattled the walls of a house about 100 feet away, even well below pushing it hard. I think Behringer makes a very well matched system, between their speakers and power. I could ask for more, always, but realistically just can't see how it could be any better. If the money was there would try QSC, JBL and such, but at my level am completely satisfied. To the extent that I've held off buying another B1800X pro or similar for some time. Just not needed. BUT...have that other channel of power just waiting to be used, sitting there doing nothing. Not sure how much longer i can hold out! Wish there was a nice Pro 15" passive Behringer but as we all know passive's are being phased out except for high pro use. If someone is in the area they are welcome to contact me for a demo. I'd like to get more "into the scene" but who knows maybe this review will help in more ways than one. Bottom line you just can't go wrong; surely no party goer will complain, at... all. . Cheers!
Music background: 30yrs home and car audo; ex-engineer; ASE Master Technician; Tech and Gear Head Nerd
5/5

Great Buy

I bought two of these subs, with two Behringer B212XL speakers and they are absolutely great! As said in a previous comment, they do require an amp (the tech specs makes this very clear) but having an amp is a personal preference. Personally I prefer amped speakers over powered. Anyway, these subs are NICE, I set them up at the church I attend and it wasn't long before the neighbors started complaining on Facebook that their houses were shaking! These subs are great for anyone who wants to add a solid low end to their PA. I would recommend these to anyone in a heart beat!
5/5

Awesome Sub!

Part of the problem when shopping for a sub is being able to hear it before you buy. What helped me was learning to read the specs. The only subs that I had ever really worked with was peavy dual 18 cabs with black widows. It took some time to learn how to use the bi-amp/passive feature in this sub. It took even more time to learn to eq correctly vs trying to increase the power to get the sound I want. I dj large and small events that range from 300 to 2000 attending. Hands down these subs are amazing and I have no fear of putting these subs against the peaveys any day. The bass is low and you can feel the punch! I have read many behringer product reviews that were not good. Let me tell you my 300 to 500 in door crowd setup. I'm running two behringer 12's as my tops and two of these subs. I'm running an inuke 6000 dsp. Im running the dsp to one sides sub in passive (utilizing the built in crossover) then jumping from the sub to my top twelve. In the dsp of the amp I set the max wattage to 800 (which is the continuous recommendation of the sub) and I set the eq to my liking. That's it! I average 1 show per month and have been running this setup for a year now. Hands down the best bang for your buck!
Music background: Dj/musician
1/5

Not the same as the 1800HP

I was given these subs as a replacement for the B1800HP's that are out of stock, but it is NOT a replacement. The website also brings this up when I put in B1800HP. These are not powered subs, the have speakon connectors and require an amp. Buyer beware, may be a great sub for your passive PA system, but NOT a B1800HP replacement.
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