Yamaha BR12 600W 12" Passive Speaker

12" Passive PA Speaker with 300W Program / 600W Peak Power Handling
Yamaha BR12 600W 12
Yamaha BR12 600W 12
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Affordable Passive PA Speaker!

Here's a cost-effective passive PA speaker. The Yamaha BR12 is ready to help reinforce sound wherever it's needed. It's perfect for outfitting rehearsal spaces, small clubs, school events, and many more applications. Thanks to a lightweight design and quality construction, the BR12 is a great speaker to get your message heard.

Yamaha BR12 Features at a Glance:
  • 12", 2-way passive PA speaker
  • 1" Titanium compression driver
  • 97dB sensitivity
  • Pole socket for easy mounting
  • 300W Program / 600W peak power handling
  • 15.8" W x 22.4" H x 13.18" D
  • 35.27 lbs.
The Yamaha BR12 is a quality, cost-effective passive PA speaker!

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Tech Specs

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LF Driver Size 1 x 12"
HF Driver Size 1"
Power Rating (Program) 300W
Peak Power Capacity 600W
Impedance 8 ohms
Frequency Range 65Hz-20kHz
Enclosure Material MDF
Mounting Options Pole, Floor
Height 22.5"
Width 15.75"
Depth 13.25"
Weight 35.2 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number BR12

Customer Reviews

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The perfect working mans speaker.

I picked up a couple of these to pair with my existing EMX312C powered mixer last year to use for my acoustic duet. We found ourself double booked with our sound crew for our five pice band & had to rely on what we had on hand. We were really surprised at the sound we were able to coax out of these workhorses. A 500 seat venue. Nothing but major compliments from the staff and the patrons about how clear and clean the sound was. You get you money's worth from these bad boys. I could only imagine how they would sound with a set of 15 or 18 inch subs. Btw I had 15s in the same speaker. Too much bulk & muddy. Trust me less is more. They tip & they have two ears. Make it enjoyable
Music background: 30 year weekend warrior.

Awesome speakers!

I've had these on the road for years and they have held up looks and sound wise! As far as EQ, they are great sounding boxes, no need for any exaggerated EQ. (Of course I use 1000w 18" speakers for the lows)I have 6 BR12s and plan to buy 2 more!!I use 2 for my solo gigs and play my backing tracks through them as well.
Music background: Musician, with over 40 years of Live Sound and Studio experience.

BR12 is mostly good news, a little bad news...

Good news first: This speaker is the perfect size and weight and handles easily. The sound can be very good if you know how to use a graphic equalizer. I was able to get a decent sound and volume out of a pair of these with only 7 bands of EQ and 125 watts per side from a small powered mixer. Moreover, with a system that offered 31 band EQ and 300 watts per side, I was able to get an excellent sound. Better than I expected considering the price point. It's a good value. The bad news is they don't sound good right out of the box: The midrange is exaggerated giving it a honky sound, the highs are weak and the bass is not deep. But doctored up with a midrange reduction and a boost on both the highs and lows, the transformation was amazing. The other bad news is the fact that they're carpeted. Looks great now, but in time it will fray and look like hell unless you don't ever move them around. But so is the case with most speakers in that category. So yes, these Yamahas are worth the price. But expect to do a little technical magic to get them to sound right.
Music background: Over 40 years of musician and sound tech.
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