Yamaha BR12M

12" Passive Stage Monitor with 300W Program / 600W Peak Power Handling (each)
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Affordable Stage Monitor!

Here's a cost-effective stage monitor. The Yamaha BR12M is the perfect pick for small stages, school events, rehearsal spaces, and beyond. Thanks to a lightweight design and quality construction, the BR12M is a solid choice for onstage reinforcement.

Yamaha BR12M Features at a Glance:
  • 12", 2-way passive stage monitor
  • 1" Titanium compression driver
  • 97dB sensitivity
  • Pole socket for easy mounting
  • 300W Program / 600W peak power handling
  • 22.4" W x 16.02" H x 13.14" D
  • 34.39 lbs.
The Yamaha BR12M is a quality, cost-effective stage monitor!

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Tech Specs

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LF Driver Size 12"
HF Driver Size 1"
Peak Power Capacity 600W
Impedance 8 ohms
Inputs 2 x 1/4"
Frequency Range 65Hz-20khz
Maximum Peak SPL 97dB
Horizontal Coverage Angle 40 Degrees
Vertical Coverage Angle 90 Degrees
Enclosure Material MDF
Mounting Options Pole, Floor Wedge
Height 16"
Width 22.4"
Depth 13.1"
Weight 34.4 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number BR12M

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4/5

Good for the money!

I own 4 of these monitors that I use for small rock bands (5-6 piece) and acoustic bands large and small including my own and I think they work great. Sure they're not the best, but I was on a budget. Running 2 per side with an old Crown amp and they put out plenty of volume. Only reason I gave them 4 stars,is because of the outer carpet covering, it attracts stage funk, and is a real pain in the ass to clean. Doesn't effect sound whatsoever, just a personal preference. If you're looking for some good gigging monitors, these should fit the bill. Using a single dbx 31 band eq in signal chain will help tame anything you throw at it. Good value for working musicians.
Music background: Live Sound guy, Working musician for 20 yrs, Singer/Songwriter
See also: Monitor Speakers, Yamaha, Yamaha Stage Monitors