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Behringer B-1800X-Pro 18 Pro Subwoofer 1600 Watt *

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BEHRINGER High-Performance 1600-Watt 18' PA Subwoofer

If you want to add amazing low-end punch to your sound, than look no further: with raw 1,600 Watts of bottom-end grunt, there is no better way to spice up your house, hip hop or rap mix than adding this subwoofer with an amazing price-to-performance ratio. The B1800X PRO's long-excursion 18" bass driver produces extremely high sound pressure levels (100 dB half space 1 W @ 1 m) in the frequency range of 40 ? 300 Hz. This allows the B1800X PRO to achieve a tight and accurate bass response at even the highest output playing. A built-in switchable crossover allows for optional passive or bi-amping operation. This rugged subwoofer is designed to keep up with you no matter how demanding the gigs you play are.

  • High-performance 1600-Watt subwoofer for PA applications
  • Extremely powerful 18' long-excursion driver provides incredibly deep bass and acoustic power
  • Extremely high sound pressure level (100 dB half space 1 W @ 1 m)
  • 40 Hz - 300 Hz frequency range (-10 dB), impedance 8 Ohms
  • Precise reproduction of ultra-low frequencies with a clear, powerful punch
  • Switchable crossover for optional passive or bi-amping operation mode
  • Pole socket for mounting with commercial spacer poles
  • Ergonomically shaped handles for easy transport
  • Rugged steel grill for optimal speaker protection
  • Professional speaker connectors, compatible to Neutrik? Speakon?
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
  • Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany

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A Lot of Bass for the Buck!
Pros: Attractive Design,Great Sound Quality,Crisp Sound,Powerful

I have owned four of the Behringer B1800X Pro Subwoofers for about 1 1/2 years. I run each cabinet has its own Behringer EP2500 amplifier. They really sound great! They replaced some old Peavey 18" subs.
I have heard that many people have problems with Behringer equipment holding up; but that has not been the case with me. I swear by Behringer!
The cabinets are reasonably solid. they are made of a tight press board on the sides and back with a vinyl(?) covering. the tops and bottoms are made of a very sturdy injection molded plastic.
I use them every week and they perform beautifully without fail. I would definately recomend them to anyone who needs some tight bass on a tight budget!
February 5, 2009
It does more than it Looks...
Pros: Great Sound Quality,Good Power Output,Easy Setup,Attractive Design
Cons: Poor Speaker Grill,Crossover Switch Breaks

They are small, solid tight little Cabinets. It'll give You the Punch needed for Room Shaking Bass. However, I will tell You The Proper Wattage for this Speaker. 1600 Peak to Peak, 800 Peak and 400 Program. So Don't Feed them To Much over that amount. I have had to replace one with a Widow...But Still It does a great Job.
January 27, 2010
Best BOOM for your buck!
Pros: Attractive Design,Crisp Sound,LOTS OF BASS,Great Sound Quality,Easy To Connect,Balanced handles,Powerful,Pretty easy to move
Cons: Somewhat heavy

I own 4 of these subs each powered with a Behringer EP2500. I SWEAR by Behringer products. Mixers, FOH speakers, Subs, Amps, Electronics, Pretty much all my sound equipment is run by Behringer. I have had NOT A SINGLE PROBLEM with any of my products.
July 7, 2009
Bass Bass Bass!!!
Pros: Durable,High Quality,Good Value

I use 2 of these with a Crown XS700 in my garage .I am now meeting more neighbors than I have in 3 years.
July 19, 2007
Excellent Performer
Pros: Powerful,Compact,Attractive Design,Easy To Connect,Great Sound Quality
Cons: None that i can see

This is a very load sub. I have this connected to a QSC1850HD and it rocks .A Plus!!!!!
April 6, 2008
Bass Bass and more Bass
Pros: Great Sound Quality,Powerful,Attractive Design

These subs soak up the power I have a pair bridge on my crown XS-700 and they pound. Occasionally they will rattle the screws on the crossovers loose which is audibly noticeable but a little loctite solves the problem.
July 30, 2008
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could these subwoofers handle 500 watts of power continues I will run them off a QSC 245O ... AT 500 WATTS
D.J.G-BIZZEL on Aug 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Due to the fact that you are using words like "subs and them" Im assuming you want to
run a total of (2) Behringer B-1800x-Pro's on your QSC 2450. With that frame of reference, these speakers both run 500watts continuous at 8 ohms, With the 2 you would run that would put you at 4 ohms, now your QSC 2450 runs 750w per ch at 4 ohms, And to SAFELY power any speaker to where it is neither under or over powered its a good Idea to DOUBLE the continuous power in the case 1000W per sub. So I would recommend we get you an amp which can serve that purpose.
I am thinking on getting 2 of these bad boys. what amp do you recommend and how to connect them (bridge or not)?
Alex on Apr 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Any amp that can produce 800w per channel at 8 Ohms or 1600w in bridge mono at 4 Ohms would work just fine for powering two of the Behringer B-1800X-Pro 18 Pro Subwoofers. Bridge mode means you are summing your stereo (Left and Right) signal into a single mono signal. It most cases, this doesn't really matter but if it matters to you, make sure you get an amp that can power the speakers in stereo.
I have one of these already. Needing a dual setup, would a single amp power them?
DJ Rafael on Oct 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It depends entirely on the amp you use with it. There are amps powerful enough to run one on each channel while many will not be able to do so.
I don't want too over power these subwoofers... I think 750 watts is just enough power for them.
D.J.G-BIZZEL on Aug 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: These speakers both run 500watts continuous at 8 ohms. Since you are using words like "them" I'm under the impression that you are using 2 subs, that would put you at 4 ohms, 750w per ch at 4 ohms, and to SAFELY power any speaker to where it is neither under or over powered it's a good Idea to DOUBLE the continuous power in that case 1000W per sub. I recommend using a higher-powered amplifier to prevent speaker damage from under-powering the subs, approximately 750-1000 watts @ 8 ohms per speaker. The manufacture Behringer recommends using a EP2000 amplifier in bridge mode for each subwoofer, which delivers 1000 watts at 8 ohms.
Running 2 of these subs under 2 yamaha c115v's,with 2 QSC GX5's pushing them. Each amp is pushing a main and sub using the amps built in crossover, is this a sufficient setup?
Donovsky on Jun 2, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Yes that would be a very sufficient set-up.
can a behringer ep2400 push 2 of these subs in stereo? or is it best in bridged mono and using a jumper to connect both, thus making it 4ohms with both of them connected? what is best?
needinfo on Mar 7, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I would suggest using the EP2400 in bridged mono mode for these subwoofers.
Do this sub have a amp built in already?...
null on Sep 27, 2011
BEST ANSWER: No, this subwoofer DOES not have an amp built in. This is called a Passive Subwoofer and requires a power amp along side of it.
Is this used or new?
happyshow on Aug 1, 2011
BEST ANSWER: This is a brand new Subwoofer.
what? amplifier do you recommend to use
null on Jul 30, 2011
BEST ANSWER: If you're going to use a Behringer Subwoofer, I would recommend a Behringer EP4000 Power Amplifier.
do you ship to the us virgin islands?
Ted on Jun 20, 2010
BEST ANSWER: Yes we do.
What is the weight?
Thom @ HitMan DJ on Jan 30, 2010
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