A Value Packed Powered Mixer, with Effects!
You’re ready to run the show with the Behringer Europower PMP6000 powered mixer with effects. This stereo 800W powered mixer gives you 12 mono channels with mic pres and four stereo channels with line input for a total of 20 inputs. And you’ll be mixing those in style, thanks to the built-in dual FX processors with over 100 effects presets including delays, reverbs, chorus, and more. To power the show the PMP6000 puts out 800 watts stereo or 1,600 watts bridged mono for a powerhouse PA rig. The PMP6000 gives you a ton of features you wouldn’t expect at this price – in addition to the effects you also get a 3-band EQ on each channel, 7-band graphic EQ with FBQ feedback detection, and the XPQ 3D stereo surround effect for an impressive soundstage. If you want a powered mixer that’s ready to handle any task, check out the Behringer PMP6000 powered mixer with effects.
Behringer Europower PMP6000 Powered Mixer at a Glance:
- Built-in FX
- Multiple mixer modes
- Graphic EQ with feedback detection
The PMP6000 sports dual FX processors featuring 100 effects presets. You get a whole slew of delays, reverbs, modulations, pitch-shifters, and multi-FX to spice up your sound. Best of all, if you’re mixing your own band as you perform, you can use a footswitch to toggle the effects – just connect a standard non-latching footswitch (not included), and you’re ready to go.
Multiple Mixer Modes:
The PMP6000 gives you multiple modes to work with in addition to the standard L/R stereo configuration. Dual Mono mode is great for working with passive stage monitors – it sends a mono main mix out of one powered output, and sends a mono monitor mix out of the second powered output. For even more power, bridged-mono mode combines the power of both outputs to give you a mono mix with 1,600 watts of power – that’s huge!
Graphic EQ with Feedback Detection:
The 7-band graphic EQ on the PMP6000 features Behringer’s FBQ feedback detection system to help you sound your best. When feedback occurs, LEDs on the EQ sliders light up – just turn down the slider with the brightest LED, and you’ve turned down the offending frequency. It’s a great problem solver if you have to mix and perform at the same time, taking the guesswork out of eliminating feedback.