Powered Mixer With Onboard FX

Behringer’s Europower PMH518M is an 180-Watt 5-Channel poweredmixer with multi-FX processor and feedback detection system      30/10/06
Powered Mixer With Onboard FX


Behringer have launched the Europower PMH518M, a super-compact, rackmountable 180-Watt 5-channel powered mixer with a 24-bit multi-FX processor and FBQ feedback detection system.
Behringer tell us that the PMH518M features their renowned ULN ultra low-noise design for highest possible headroom and ultra-transparent audio and that their revolutionary amplifier technology combines enormous power, incredible sonic performance and super-light weight in one tight package. The 5-channel mixer section comprises 5 mic/line channels plus separate 2-track in/output. There is also an integrated 24-bit FX processor with 100 presets including reverb, chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter and various multi-effects.
The FBQ Feedback Detection System is designed to instantly reveal critical frequencies for easy feedback removal. Additional features include 5 high-quality mic preamps with switchable Pad and Clip LEDs, effective, 2-band EQ on all channels and a 7-band graphic EQ for more precise frequency correction.
PMH518M’s dimensions, at nearly half the depth and weight of conventional powered mixers make it easily portable. It has speaker outputs on 1/4" jack and professional speaker connectors (compatible to Neutrik Speakon). Rack mount brackets are included.
Pricing and Availability:
$229.99 USD, £156 GBP More information:


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