Behringer Europower PMP4000 16-channel 1600W Powered Mixer

16-channel, 1600W Powered Mixer with Built-in Effects, 7-band EQ, and Feedback Detection
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All-in-on Mixer and Power Amp

Ever wish you had a compact, all-in-one mixer and power amp solution? The Behringer Europower PMP4000 is a 16-channel mixer with 1,600W of power, easily enough for most mid-sized gigs. Class-D technology makes the PMP4000 lightweight, compact and ultra-efficient. Make your mix really pop using the built-in 24-bit effects and 7-band EQ. Other great features include the FBQ Feedback Detection System and the lush sounding XPQ 3D stereo sound effect. Create great sounding mixes and power the PA with the Behringer Europower PMP4000.

Europower PMP4000 at a Glance:
  • Class-D technology
  • Effects
  • Sound sculpting tools
Class-D technology

Over the years power amp technology has constantly been evolving, and the Behringer Europower PMP4000 power amps incorporate some of the the newest developments available. Thanks to the revolutionary Class-D technology with "near-zero" thermal buildup, the lightweight PMP4000 runs very cool, no more massive heat sinks or toroid transformers. You will love the punch and superior sound of these Class-D power amps. You can bridge the amps in the Behringer Europower PMP4000 for 1,600W of output, or deliver two 800W outputs for stereo or dual mono operation.


Behringer has provided 100 great sounding 24-bit stereo effects in the PMP4000. You can apply the effects to your main outs as well as your monitor mixes. You have the tools you need to create a great sounding mix with 100 presets featuring reverbs, echo, chorus, delays, and more.

Sound sculpting tools

To give you the ultimate in flexibility the Behringer Europower PMP4000 has a strong set of tone sculpting tools. A 7-band graphic EQ lets you dial in exact tonal ranges. The built-in FBQ Feedback Detection System shows you the offending feedback frequencies so you can adjust them accordingly with the graphic EQ. You can create a huge, surround-like mix with the XPQ 3D stereo surround effect. The PMP4000 even includes a voice canceler function to remove the singer's voice from recorded music for karaoke use.

Europower PMP4000 Features:
  • 1,600W bridged, 2 x 800W Stereo power amps
  • Class-D technology
  • Multi-FX processor with 24-bit effects
  • FBQ Feedback Detection System
  • Ultra-compact and lightweight
  • 7-band graphic EQ
  • XPQ 3D stereo surround effect
  • Phantom power
The Behringer Europower PMP4000 is a high-powered, all-in-one mixer and power amp solution.

Additional Media

Europower PMP Series User Manual
Live Mixer Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Powered
Channels 16
Power 1600W
Inputs - Mic Preamps 8 x XLR
Inputs - Line 4 x 1/4" (Stereo Pairs), 1 x RCA (Stereo Pair)
Inputs - Other 6 x Phono
Outputs - Main 2 x speakON, 2 x 1/4"
Outputs - Direct 6 x TRS
Outputs - Other 2 x RCA (Tape)
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Phantom Power 8 x Channels
EQ Bands 3-band
Busses/Groups 4 x Bus
Faders 60mm Throw
Channel Inserts Yes
Effects Yes
Height 4.875"
Depth 18.75"
Width 18.125"
Weight 22.9 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number PMP4000

Customer Reviews

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This review is more about my account man, Jeff Bohan. He always makes himself available to answer my questions, and knows his product. I live in Texas, and have 3 guitar centers in driving distance, and prefer Sweetwater over them all! Great prices, great product, and 5 star staff!

Best Ever

I've been using this mixer for about 8 months now and i have to say i'm so happy with it, never once did it malfunction or mess up for some reason. They give perfect power to my Seismic Audio 15" PA DJ Speakers 700 Watts. I can push that volume up high and everything is amazing. I really recommend this mixer if you want to have a concert or just have fun party's like i do haha, but if you actually have a band i would recommend the pmp5000 it does have more channels which is great for bigger things. i will be upgrading to it soon but this mixer is just the best you could get for the money

Behringer PMP 4000

The PMP 4000 gave us options we didn't know we even needed. Like the mic mute buttons, can't live without them now. Oh and the surround sound and all of the effects and on and on. Thanks
Music background: Old Garrage Band

Enjoy berheringer

We have a 2000, 3000, 4000, & 5000 on our church campus - these boards are great bang for the buck / exceeds Mackie, Peavy, and gives great performance: There ate probably things that we could switch up to give it a WOW rating that we just are not tapping into because of our use environments, Gym, kids worship area, jr high band, and traveling board! Great for the price , exceeds expectations
Music background: Kids pastor!

Almost perfect

I've been playing and doing live sound for years. I've been using some older box style mixers and have been very happy. I upgraded to this unit because I was tired of running out of inputs. I can tell you this, this is a huge upgrade. You go from being a guy who does the sound to an actual sound man. It's lightweight and easy to use. To give you a little more background. My old mixer blew a channel, so I was forced to run 2 speakers from one channel. That's no big deal, but I was now worried and had some high paying gigs coming up. I was thinking about just getting an unpowered mixer and then getting some powered speakers, like QSC's (which I may still get) And that's what sold me here. For just a little more money, you get yourself a powered mixer and later, if you want, you can expand. There really are no limits. If I had one complaint about this, it would be that it only has one EQ. So you're forced to choose between EQing the monitors or the mains. With most powered monitors, this isn't really a problem, as they usually have EQ's built in. But I have a couple that don't. And it's nice to control everything from the board. Just a little heads up to anyone moving up to this type of unit. Do yourself a favor and watch a video on how to properly setup a mixer. I read some reviews about how you have to max out the faders to get any sound. And if you're moving from the box style mixer to this, it may seem that way. But this is setup like what it is, a real mixing board. So yes, to get a proper mix, the faders should be in unity (almost all the way up). But trust me, this has power to spare. It also has more inputs than you'll need. I just did a wedding and this was my setup through the board. 5 mikes, keyboard, guitar, Sax, Kick drum, DJ sound (ipod) 2 mains (unpowered) and 2 monitors (powered). And I still had room for more. And we blew them away. I can't say enough good things about the PMP4000
Music background: Working musician and sound man
See also: Behringer, Behringer Powered Mixers