Behringer Eurolive B207MP3

150W Active PA Speaker with 4-channel Mixer, 3-band EQ, and 6.5" Driver (each)
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A Convenient, Mic-stand Mountable Powered Speaker

The Behringer Eurolive B207MP3 portable PA speaker makes a perfect stage monitor for vocalists and keyboardists thanks to its mic-stand mountable design. It's also great for small-scale public address - just plug a microphone in and you're good to go. The 4-channel B207MP3 gives you mic and line inputs (including RCAs), plus an onboard MP3 player so you can play your favorite tunes right from a USB stick. And 3-band EQ lets you fine-tune your sound easily. Whether you need a convenient stage monitor or a portable PA, the Behringer B207MP3 is a solid choice.

Behringer Eurolive B207MP3 Portable PA Speaker at a Glance:
  • Small size, high-powered
  • Mix four sound sources
  • Convenient form factor
Small Size, High-powered:

The pint-sized B207MP3 packs 150 watts of power for the 6.5" full-range driver. That's plenty of power to cut through the mix on-stage, and it only a little under 12 lbs. It's a great size for vocalists, keyboardists, and choirs. And if you need more coverage, you can link multiple B207MP3's together.

Mix Four Sound Sources:

The B207MP3 features a 4-channel mixer with XLR/TRS combo inputs for mics or line level sources, and an additional line input on RCAs for CD and MP3 players. And with the mixer's built-in 3-band EQ, you have everything you need to fine-tune your monitoring experience.

Convenient Form Factor:

Behringer's B207MP3 is at home sitting on the stage or mounted on a mic stand. The mic-stand mounting gives extra freedom to keyboardists and others that have a hard time positioning typical stage monitors. Just secure the B207MP3 to a standard mic stand and position it wherever you need to - without taking up valuable stage space.

Behringer Eurolive B207MP3 Portable PA Speaker Features:
  • Highly portable active PA speaker
  • 150W Class D amplifier; custom-built 6.5" full-range neodymium speaker
  • Ultra-low noise 4-channel mixer with 3-band EQ
  • XLR through connector with mic/line switch for linking more B207MP3s
  • Dual XLR/TRS combo inputs for mic or line-level signals
  • Onboard MP3 player and USB port, so you can play your favorite tunes right from a memory stick
  • Dedicated stereo input for keyboards, CD, etc.
  • Mic-stand mountable design for convenient placement
The Behringer Eurolive B207MP3 is a powerful pint-sized PA!

Additional Media

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Tech Specs

Powered Yes
Power Configuration Single Amp
LF Driver Size 6.5"
Power Amp 150W
Impedance 6 ohms
Inputs 1 x XLR, 2 x XLR/TRS Combo, 2 x RCA
Outputs 1 x XLR (Mic/Line)
Frequency Range 60Hz-18kHz (-10dB), 90Hz-12kHz (-3dB)
Maximum Peak SPL 116dB
Enclosure Material Molded Plastic
Mounting Options Mic Stand
Height 8.58"
Width 14"
Depth 10"
Weight 11.24 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number B207MP3

Customer Reviews

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This hot spot is great on stage and off. I even use it at the house with a Bluetooth adapter to listen to books, radio and rehearse with. On stage it's very powerful and clear so as a vocalist and musician it's awesome to be able to hear so clearly. Thanks!!!!

Perfect PA Speaker for My Venues

With so many accolades for both Sweetwater and Behringer it’s hard to know where to begin. I needed a PA speaker for small venues, 50-60 folks to whom I give PowerPoint presentations occasionally. These are dinner meetings, so about an hour of recorded music is provided during the meal preceding the program. Therefore I looked for a speaker with MP3 memory-stick capability. Also, I need R&L RCA ports because the presentations involve both video and audio, and the audio needs to be piped from the PC to the speaker. Very difficult to find this combination of USB MP3 player and RCA ports in a single speaker unit. Finally I found one in a long web search, namely: Behringer’s Eurolive B207MP3 PA speaker. I had some technical questions about Behringer’s MP3 player which I felt only Behringer could answer. My son-in-law, a professional musician, suggested that one of Sweetwater’s expert Sales Engineers could probably answer them as well, so I decided to give them a try. I must say, this my first experience with Sweetwater turned out to be a real winner! Jeff Bohan at Sweetwater really knows his stuff! Contacting Behringer, Jeff was told that their MP3 player was of proprietary design (not one of the available packages such as Windows Media Player, Creative’s MediaSource Player, RealPlayer, VLC’s media player, etc), and that MP3 memory sticks for their player had to be FAT16 formatted. That was important info, since almost everything now is FAT32. However, no real problem, since reformatting a flash memory stick to FAT16 is relatively easy and straightforward. Behringer’s “instruction” pamphlet for this speaker is exceedingly sparse, but there are pictures! The very helpful photo showing the speaker’s 19 labeled control components is accompanied by a 6 to 40 word fine-print description of each, with an arrow leading to the appropriate item, over half of which either affect or apply directly to the MP3 player. The player has its own volume control, but is also affected by the speaker’s main level volume control, as well as the speaker’s three (treble, mid, and bass) frequency control knobs. All 5 of these controls need to be adjusted and balanced to get the best possible fidelity from the speaker when playing an MP3 flash memory drive. One of the other 8 dedicated MP3 player controls is simply the PLAY button, whereas the remaining 7 are used to control various player modes that show up in the little LCD rectangular display window at the top of the control panel. My collection of 22 songs, to play during dinner, resided on the stick in separate tracks. I could not get these tracks to play in the order I wanted. (Behringer gives no information whatsoever on any functions of the MP3 player, other than those already mentioned.) However, using AVS’s Audio Converter, it proved a simple matter to merge the 22 tracks into one large 141 MB MP3 file that plays perfectly. So much for that problem. The speaker was ordered on Wednesday, shipped from Sweetwater in Fort Wayne, IN, that day, and arrived 2 days later in Virginia by FedX at 2 pm on Friday! Wow! What a quick delivery, and FREE no less! The speaker was packaged by Behringer in an elaborately decorated cardboard box with graphics showing the speaker and all its features, with styrofoam inserts snugged up to hold the speaker tightly in place. The box itself has a handle attached, so the box can be used as a carrying case for the speaker, which weighs only about 12 lbs. Cardboard doesn’t hold up long under hard travel, but patching and reinforcing cardboard boxes with duct tape – as I’ve often done – extends their life considerably. Sweetwater’s outer box and inner packaging I also found to be not only more than what I’ve come to expect from other sellers, but excellent added protection for the speaker. Incidentally, the speaker has its own carrying handle integrated into the top of the unit. Behringer describes this speaker as a “Monitor Speaker System”, which I’m sure works well for on-stage monitoring in much larger venues than mine. However, for my PA needs it is just perfect! The audio from my PowerPoint video clips feeds into a Nuforce transmitter in the PC’s USB port, transmits to the Nuforce receiver next to the B207 speaker (and is connected to the speaker with two short R&L RCA cables). This setup eliminates cables between the projector and screen (where the speaker is), and proves very convenient, since I walk while I talk, and therefore have no obstructive wires to trip over. I use an ATM410 dynamic mic plugged into the speaker for dialog during silent-picture slides, although the speaker does have built-in Phantom Power to support condenser mics. Great speaker (Behringer), fantastic seller (Sweetwater), and terrific service (Sweetwater again)!!! What more can I say, other than the fact that the sound is also equally outstanding!
Music background: A non-musical Aerospace Engineer & Professional Speaker

Great little Speaker/Amp

This is a great little amp/speaker that will deliver some great power. My band mates were really impressed with the power and the clarity that this delivers. It's perfect for the smaller venues that we play in. I love it because it's compact and easy to carry. I can use it for a personal monitor too when we play out too since my cigar box guitar needs a little boost for me to hear it when we are all jamming, linking it from another mixer. All in all, I'm really happy with my Eurolive.

Behringer Eurolive B207MP#

It is more expensive but worth every penny!!! The 150 amps make all the difference in the world. I set it right buy me on a couple of small drums cases, pull a main feed off the PA and can hear the entire band. It usually cuts through enough so that even the bass player can hear the band.
Music background: Working drummer: club gigs, weddings & recordings

Great sound system

We use it in nursing homes, restaurants', Art Galleries, churches etc. to boost our voices and sometimes for the lead breaks in Bluegrass Music. I use 4 to 8 mic's regularly using split connectors and putting two to three mic's on each channel. I sometimes wish I had a couple more channels but since we mainly amplify our voices and usually the guitar with 3 to 5 performers all who sing depending on where we are at. The sound is great and clear and have plenty of volume, We love the Behringer B207 mp3 for what we do and it beats setting up and transporting a bigger system. Sometimes I will add an additional speaker. We haven no problem with feedback. Great little mixer amp and monitor. Works great in 40x60 and 40X80 ft rooms, etc.
Music background: Bluegrass Band, mostly gospel
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