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Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter

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You always get a little something more for your money with a Behringer product. In the case of the EUROLIVE F1220D powered monitor, it's a built-in feedback supression circuit. There are dozens of pow... Click To Read More About This Product

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Overview

You always get a little something more for your money with a Behringer product. In the case of the EUROLIVE F1220D powered monitor, it's a built-in feedback supression circuit. There are dozens of powered moniors on the market, and the F1220D competes across-the-board in every category, but in this one, the inclusionm of a feedback supression system, they are rare if not unique.

As far as powered monitors go, this one packs a particularly powerful punch. 250 it's a lot of power, especially considering that its typical application is to be placed six or eight feet in a direct line to the performer's ears. So it's got plently of power, what else? Clarity. The chief function of a wedge monitor is to deliver pitch accuracy and clarity to the performer so he or she can give an evocative, detailed, nuanced performance. With its 3" tweeter, the F1220D delivers crystal clear accuracy and intelligibility.

Beauty is Much More Than Skin Deep
Inside the F1220D active monitor is the equivalent of a 2-way electronic crossover, a graphic equalizer, a parametric equalizer, a mic preamp and a Class-D power amp. A long-excursion 12" driver delivers deep, punchy low end, while the 3" compression driver, mounted in a custom-designed horn, provides ultra-wide dispersion of clean, crisp highs. These systems work together seamlessly, cranking out 250 Watts of super-clean power.

Class-D - Massive Power, Perfect Sound
Thanks to Class-D amplifier technology, the F1220D provides enormous power and incredible sonic performance in an easy-to-use, ultra-portable and lightweight package. Class-D amplification makes all the difference, offering the ultimate in energy efficiency and eliminating the need for heavy power supplies and massive heat sinks. This amazing technology makes it possible to design and build extremely powerful products that are significantly lighter in weight than their traditional counterparts, while using less energy and protecting the environment.

Bi-Amplification - The Path to Absolute Signal Integrity
With its 250 ultra-clean Watts of digital output delivered through separately- powered drivers, courtesy of true bi-amping (2 amplifiers per speaker system), the F1220D delivers high-resolution sound that really brings out the best in your music.

Custom-Engineered Transducers
Powerful, high-efficiency Class-D amplifiers and Switch Mode Power Supply technology coupled with state-of-the-art DSP functionality sure sounds impressive “ but what about the part of the system you actually hear? Behringer' LF (Low Frequency) and HF (High Frequency) transducers are designed specifically for each application. When you buy a BEHRINGER active loudspeaker, the transducers inside have been engineered to perform in conjunction with every other element for professional results.

Control
The F1220D doesn™t just sound great, it gives you instant control of your monitor, even during your performance “ something passive monitors simply cannot deliver! Need more volume? Turn the LEVEL dial until the desired volume is reached, getting too much bass or treble? Just reach down and tweak the 3-band EQ (High, Mid, Low) to tailor a rich, exciting sound. We™ve even provided the first line of defense against feedback, a dedicated Frequency dial you can adjust to eliminate troublesome mic squeals. Total control is always right at your fingertips with the EUROLIVE F1220D.

Instant PA System
You can set up an instant sound system with just one F1220D and a microphone or MP3 player. Thanks to the built-in preamp, you can connect a dynamic mic directly to the F1220D and raise and lower the volume with the Level control. Fast and easy to set up, you can be ready for œshow-time at a moment' notice. There' even a built-in 35-mm socket, so you can mount the F1220D on a standard speaker pole for use as a PA system. And if you need more coverage, chain together as many F1220Ds as you™d like via the convenient XLR or 1„4" TRS Link Output connector.

Versatility
The F1220D can also be used as an onstage amp for keyboards, acoustic guitar, electric violin, etc. You name it “ if it' got either a mic or line-level output, you can connect it to the F1220D. Need a keyboard amp and a vocal monitor, but don™t have the space on stage for both? Use one of our small- format XENYX mixers to sub-mix the Aux Sends from the main mixer with your keys, all into a single active monitor.

FEATURES

Speaker configuration
  • Active/passive: Active
  • Type: 2-Way full range
  • LF driver: 12"
  • MF driver: Not applicable
  • HF driver: 3"
Power amp (active)
  • Amplifier type: D
  • Wattage: 250
  • Mixer/preamp: Yes
Power capacity (passive)
  • 8 Ohms program/peak: Not applicable
  • 4 Ohms program/peak: Not applicable
  • Included power amp: No
Audio
  • Frequency response: 45Hz to 18kHz
  • Coverage pattern: 100 x 60
  • Max SPL: 128 dB
Enclosure
  • Construction: Wood trapezoidal
  • Width: 19.7" (500 mm)
  • Height: 9.4" (238 mm)
  • Depth: 11.9" (354 mm)
  • Weight: 23.6 lbs. (10.7 kg)
Inputs
  • XLR: 2
  • TRS: Not applicable
  • TS: Not applicable
  • RCA: Not applicable
  • SPEAKON: Not applicable
Output/thru
  • XLR: 1
  • TRS: Not applicable
  • TS: Not applicable
  • RCA: Not applicable
  • SPEAKON: Not applicable
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1 year warranty. 3 year warranty if registered within 90 days of purchase.


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BehringerEUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter
 
3.3

(based on 11 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (3)

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    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

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    (4)

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    (1)

71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Portable (7)
  • Quick setup (6)
  • Easy to use (5)
  • Good value (5)
  • Durable (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses
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    • Experienced (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

4 thumbs up!

SO I have read the other review on here about this product and I couldnt be more in doubt of its validity. THis little monitor isnt a Main! That should go without saying. ...Read complete review

SO I have read the other review on here about this product and I couldnt be more in doubt of its validity. THis little monitor isnt a Main! That should go without saying. This is simply a good versitile stage monitor. The highs are crisp and the mids/Low-Mids are very pronounced. The feedback filter works wonders IF you use it correctly. Not sure what happened with the other reviewer that he would give it such a bad rap. I love these. Have 4 and will buy two more in the next month or so to complete my monitor setup.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Cranked the volume to 10 - still not enough

So... the new band I'm in has 2 of the older 125 watt Behringers and they work fantastic. I couldn't find any of the 125s so I THOUGHT the 250 version would be...Read complete review

So... the new band I'm in has 2 of the older 125 watt Behringers and they work fantastic. I couldn't find any of the 125s so I THOUGHT the 250 version would be a step up. Totally wrong. First off, the board we run from only runs 1/4 inch out not the XLR 3 prong. We were able to get around this by daisy chaining off the old 125 - which has in and out both 1/4 inch AND 3 prong (which means no dedicated mix for the monitor - not the monitors problem). The monitor itself is about 1/2 the size of the 125 - and seemingly half the power. Perhaps it's the daisy chaining that weakens the output, I don't know. All I know is that they BARELY cover what I need them (we bought 2) to do - and we are not a loud band.

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

4 thumbs up!

By Stephen

from Tuscaloosa, AL

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Pros

  • clean
  • Effective
  • Lightweight
  • Low priced
  • Portable

Cons

  • Mix Out Instead Of Thru

Best Uses

  • Live gigs
  • Rehearsals

Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

SO I have read the other review on here about this product and I couldnt be more in doubt of its validity. THis little monitor isnt a Main! That should go without saying. This is simply a good versitile stage monitor. The highs are crisp and the mids/Low-Mids are very pronounced. The feedback filter works wonders IF you use it correctly. Not sure what happened with the other reviewer that he would give it such a bad rap. I love these. Have 4 and will buy two more in the next month or so to complete my monitor setup.

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great at any price!

By John

from New York, NY

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Good Value
  • Portable
  • Quick Setup

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Mobile DJ
    • Performances

    Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

    I've owned this monitor for almost a year now and can't praise it enough. But there are a few shortcomings (very minor). And I'll start with those. The inputs and output are XLRs. Of course this is fine for the mic input, but the line input? I know plenty of mixers will have XLR outs, but most don't. They should have just used a multi-jack (XLR/stereo). And that's it for the negative. Now to the good points. This thing is super light and plenty powerful. Don't let the 250w fool you, everyone is going to hear this. I've read that others had problems with this, and I can tell you exactly why, it has a very narrow range. Unless you're standing directly in front of it, you won't hear it. So, when being used as a monitor, this can be a problem if it's not pointed directly at you. And as a main, this can be a problem because it won't be pointed at you at all. I don't list this as a problem, because I believe it helps tremendously with feedback. The narrow range also helps when doing small gigs in narrow bars. You'll get plenty of volume to the crowd without blowing out the bartender. And we all know, you don't want to annoy off the bartender. Overall, this is a great little monitor and good main for small acoustic setups. I plan on getting another one soon. Sure, if I had 800 for a more powerful monitor, I'd do that, I'm no fool. But for this price, your just can't beat it.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Sounds excellent!

    By Bob

    from Englewood, FL

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Good Value
    • Portable
    • Quick Setup

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Events
      • Performances

      Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

      Sounds excellent. Low profile on stage is great, does not take up a lot of room!

      (1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Well tweeter went out within 10 hours of use.

      By Fuckthefucker

      from BatonRouge

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

        Cons

        • Breaks Easily

        Best Uses

          Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

          Tweeter went out one day during practice, due to the built it cross over, the sub gets no treble signal, monitor is now worthless.

          (1 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          2.0

          Wildly inaccurate power rating, weak mic amplification

          By Neil

          from Akron, OH

          Site Member

          Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

          I was a little suspicious about a 250W powered speaker that is so small, so light, has multiple inputs and is comparatively inexpensive - unfortunately my hunch was correct. This item was to be used to power one electric guitar (playing rhythm, not lead) and one mic in a small recording room (~650 sq ft), playing alongside of a drumset, bass guitar and one more electric guitar. The bass amp was 40W and the guitar amp was maybe 120W, so this Behringer should have been able to keep up with both and play over the drums. The sound is decent, controls functional but it just didn't have enough punch to deserve even a 75W rating - seriously. We all know that ""wattage"" ratings are very misleading and I'm not interested in blowing the doors off my neighbors house but it couldn't even power a rhythm guitar in a small venue, playing Beatles songs. I'll be returning it, in search of something with a bit more punch.

           
          2.0

          Cranked the volume to 10 - still not enough

          By Stratline6

          from Danville, Ca

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Portable
          • Quick Setup

          Cons

          • Where are these 250 Bi-anped watts?

          Best Uses

            Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

            So... the new band I'm in has 2 of the older 125 watt Behringers and they work fantastic. I couldn't find any of the 125s so I THOUGHT the 250 version would be a step up. Totally wrong. First off, the board we run from only runs 1/4 inch out not the XLR 3 prong. We were able to get around this by daisy chaining off the old 125 - which has in and out both 1/4 inch AND 3 prong (which means no dedicated mix for the monitor - not the monitors problem). The monitor itself is about 1/2 the size of the 125 - and seemingly half the power. Perhaps it's the daisy chaining that weakens the output, I don't know. All I know is that they BARELY cover what I need them (we bought 2) to do - and we are not a loud band.

             
            2.0

            Sounds more like 50 Watts. Waste of money.

            By Wayne

            from Texas

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Portable

            Cons

            • Difficult To Use
            • No TS or TRS Line Input
            • Underpowered

            Best Uses

              Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

              I bought this so I could control my monitor signal independently, but it hasn't worked out. I have a 10" 50 watt powered monitor that sounds better than this (the "K" brand), but is only a powered speaker.

              The 2 channels, EQ, and Feedback control seemed like a huge upgrade, not to mention 250 watts!
              And seriously; don't mention 250 watts because this thing doesn't put out 250 no matter how you measure it. Once could claim that since it is bi-amped it would only be 125 per "amp", but that be wrong also. If this thing puts out more than 50 watts I would be surprised; it doesn't sound like it.

              It seemed like a great deal that would have solved several problems for me. It turned out to be an over-rated waste and will be going back.

               
              4.0

              If you hear something knock inside, don't panic...

              By W. Asher

              from Piney woods of Texas

              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Good Value
              • Portable
              • Quick Setup

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

                  First off, as soon as I un-boxed this monitor I had a sinking feeling. I heard something like a "knock" from inside the cabinet. I moved it around in all directions and could only reproduce the sound intermittently. So I fired it up and it works perfectly and sounds pretty good, at least in a home test. On stage will be the real test. BUT... since it works, and I really wanted to use it this weekend, I decided to open it up and see what was going on. I first removed the grill and speaker and found nothing inside, but there is a partition between the speaker and electronics portions of the cabinet. So I removed the amp chassis and found, again nothing. But I did finally notice that there's a ferrite choke on the power wiring and it winds up somewhat near the pole mounting socket. So occasionally this choke will move around with the flexible wires and bump up against the pole mount. So no problem.

                  I ordered this monitor when the band I work with could not get their monitor system straight, due to unrealistic expectations with the limited equipment they have. Everyone always needed "more monitor", but the level is always right at the verge of feedback, and sometimes beyond the verge. Being a semi-pro with over 30 years experience, I don't have time for people who won't take words of wisdom and experience in solving such problems.

                  So I ordered this monitor after the last gig with either not enough monitor or squealing intermittent feedback. I plan to split my vocal signal and send one to this monitor and the other to the PA, where they can do what they will with it. The second channel (line input) I will use to return a monitor signal from the PA so I can hear everyone else, but at a level that doesn't cause feedback, at least in my monitor.

                  I also have the Behringer B205D, which would accomplish the same thing. However I've used it in some small venues where it nearly crashed to the ground on its mic stand, so I figure something that's on the ground already is safe

                  Service and delivery comments:

                  Delivery time was excellent.

                   
                  5.0

                  Monitors powered

                  By Power 4 your life

                  from Maryland

                  About Me Experienced

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Durable
                  • Good Value
                  • Quick Setup

                  Cons

                  • Breaks Easily

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

                    Exelent monitors powered

                     
                    5.0

                    Simply Awesome

                    By music manny

                    from CANADA

                    About Me Experienced

                    Pros

                    • Durable
                    • Easy To Use
                    • Good Value
                    • Portable
                    • powerful
                    • Quick Setup

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • personal Use

                      Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

                      So, I Play Guitar, I plug into a Line-6 Floor Pod-XT (FX processor)

                      I simulate my amps, effects, EQ's and tones with it, then the line out is to this PA Monitor.

                      It sounds simply amazing. the adjustable EQ's on the Monitor let me turn up the Bass a touch so I can really get a heavy punch from the chugging power chords.

                      I get the kind of power you'd expect to feel from a 2X12 Amp.

                      love it.

                      (0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      2.0

                      Wildly inaccurate power rating, weak mic amplification

                      By Neil

                      from Akron, OH

                      Site Member

                      Comments about Behringer EUROLIVE F1220D Bi-Amped 250w Monitor Speaker System w/ 12" Woofer, 3" Tweeter and Feedback Filter:

                      I was a little suspicious about a 250W powered speaker that is so small, so light, has multiple inputs and is comparatively inexpensive - unfortunately my hunch was correct. This item was to be used to power one electric guitar (playing rhythm, not lead) and one mic in a small recording room (~650 sq ft), playing alongside of a drumset, bass guitar and one more electric guitar. The bass amp was 40W and the guitar amp was maybe 120W, so this Behringer should have been able to keep up with both and play over the drums. The sound is decent, controls functional but it just didn't have enough punch to deserve even a 75W rating - seriously. We all know that "wattage" ratings are very misleading and I'm not interested in blowing the doors off my neighbors house but it couldn't even power a rhythm guitar in a small venue, playing Beatles songs. I'll be returning it, in search of something with a bit more punch.

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