#2
It's behringer, so no.

Steer clear of behringer.
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#3
Actually Behringer's been putting out some quality stuff recently.

I have the same PA speaker, except active, and I am satisfied with it, especially for the price. No complaints.
#5
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But those are also almost 3 times the price of the Behringers
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#7
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What exactly does passive mean?

Passive means that you must power them with an amp to get any sound out of them, the same thing as a guitar cab.

Active means that they have a built in power amp already, you can plug a mic directly into the cab and get sound out of it.
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#8
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It's behringer, so no.

Steer clear of behringer.

Bullshit, most of their pro audio/recording stuff is damn good value.


They aren't bad speakers, though the power handling seems a bit low to me. I suggest you pair them with a powered mixer. Something like this:

http://www.jr.com/samson-audio/pe/SAU_XM410/

http://www.birdlandmusic.net/product.php?productid=5731
#10
Another +1 for behringer. i have one of they're cheap mixers (the 1202FX) and its built very well and sounds really good.