Portable PA With Bluetooth Connectivity

BEHRINGER Introduces EUROPORT iP40PRO      20/03/13
Portable PA With Bluetooth Connectivity


 

BEHRINGER has introduced the latest in its EUROPORT product line, the iP40PRO, an all-in-one portable PA system with full Bluetooth connectivity for ease of operation. They say that the iP40PRO can handle gatherings of up to 250 people, making it ideal for any event requiring fast setup and high-quality audio performance. Here's the details in BEHRINGER's own words:

The iP40PRO features a 40-Watt, Class-D amplifier; a powerful 8" woofer and high-resolution tweeter housed in a rugged self-contained package; Integrated wheels and a convenient retractable luggage-style handle for ease of transport. To further enhance portability, a rechargeable internal battery provides up to 12 hours of on-the-go operation.

A robust "Planet Earth" switching power supply offers maximum flexibility (100 - 240 V ~) worldwide, as well as noise-free audio with superior transient response and lower power consumption. Two microphone inputs with high-quality mic preamps and individual volume controls are provided, as well as an Aux input for connecting external audio players. And since much of today's music resides on smart phones and computer tablets, the iP40PRO comes equipped to stream audio from any Bluetooth-enabled device such as an iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, or laptop computer. Users can also seamlessly integrate the BEHRINGER ULM Series digital mics (sold separately) for complete audio freedom.

Pricing and Availability:

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