Milan M15 quality
To gain more power we recently decided to upgrade our 10-year old Behringer B1520DSP FOH bins to the Turbosound Milan M15 (we must say the 600w B1520DSP's continue to astonish us with their power, depth and warmth - they've set our live production comparison standards extremely high).
Our changeover to the Turbosounds has been seamless - and as we'd hoped (given the Behringer sound continues to amaze us, especially the bottom end without a sub) - these bins look, feel and run superbly. Highs are crystal clear but totally smooth, mids project strongly and smoothly especially in SPEECH mode, bottom end is huge down and we've measure it down to about 35Hz, and it's so even it's crazy.
Projection by just 2 bins across a wide audience floor is very even with a very big sweet spot even when mixing in stereo, and the option to polemount angled down from a high stage is fantastic.
Power to burn and we know of at least 2 local sound hirers who continually run these bins flatout all night every night and after years still have pristine performance from them.
For such powerful bins they are relatively light to lift - only slight issue we have is that the top handle location is a little unbalanced (but we'd suggest screwing an M10 eyebolt into the rear top rigging pot which then makes carrying and lifting easy, also doubles as a handy cable tie).