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Behringer Powerplay P2

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Headphone amplifier

  • Very compact headphone amplifier for in-ear monitoring
  • XLR and jack input (combined, lockable)
  • 3.5 mm Mini-jack jack for earphones
  • Built-in stereo / mono source switch
  • Volume control with on / off switch
  • Operation up to 12 hours with 2 AAA batteries or rechargeable batteries (not included, suitable batteries: Article Nr.

    417474

    )
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 33 x 38 x 132 mm
  • Weight: 0.140 kg
  • Includes belt clip
Powered by: Battery
Integrated Mixer No
Limiter Yes
available since November 2018
Item number 448424
38 €
Including VAT; Excluding 4,80 € shipping
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powerfull and compact, Price allows no questions to be asked.
djlawris 12.08.2020
P2 is a much better than a P1 amp in both: size and power.

It is much more comfortable to use it for a standing setup, because, it is not as bulky as P1. If you make a custom cable 2 xlr mono > 1 xlr stereo it works as a stereo amp flawlessly. And thats the only thing that is better on the P1.
Power of the amplification and the power consumption is way better than it's bigger brother. 9v batteries on the P1, can hold not more than 1/3 time of this AAA battery setup.. Its superb. Quality batteries hold up to 10gigs (±2hours of playing thru the night) for me. While the P1 is not as loud and powers up on a single battery only for ±3 gigs..
It has a good headroom (much more louder than a P1) for playing with a loud band and setting up a powerful headphone mix.

2 things, that could (and should) be improved:

1: Though the format is small, its not very VERY strong. I have had used it for 30-50 gigs already, always clipping it to my jeans strap, sometimes sitting on a chair, sometimes standing up, and, it's chassis has a dent around a XLR area, and a belt clip has a little lost its form.
This does not effect its performance in any way. Just it could be a little stronger.
2: The batteries, more than a few times, after a transportation have had fallen from their places, so almost 2/3 times, out of 4, after you arrive at a gig, you have to open it up and reattach the batteries in to their place.

Price - makes it a no brainer.

Would I recommend them? Why would you even ask it! Would recommend it by 150%. It is a must have for any gigging musician. Just to have it in their backpack with a cheap set of in ears (for example KZ ES4), if the venue is too noisy/loud/not enough monitors/not working monitors - you can save your day for a ±50eur and hear everything loud and clear.
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Essential for the gigging musician
bAsSmUNkeE 08.07.2021
Belt hinge is a little fragile and stretches easily but overall the unit is solid, easy to use and provided your batteries are fresh, delivers clear sounds to your IEMs. Simple to use, not a lot of features but adequate if you don't want to faff around on stage with loads of controls. I prefer this to wireless belt backs although it can restrict your movement on stage. With a short cable, it can feel like wearing baby reins! Overall, good value for money.
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Just Get One
Herms 23.05.2020
For the small sum of £30, it's just brilliant. Not all gigs I play where I'm using my in-ears need a wireless transmitter. This hard wired belt pack is perfect for smaller bar & pub gigs, even rehearsal rooms & home practise. No low end loss here, a perfect full range sound every time.
Using an XLR it works in mono only. The XRL cable also locks in to the P2 (so you won't accidentally pull out the XLR cable mid gig), as long as the XLR connector on the cable has that small locking tab. Most do, some don't. If you open up the P2 (like when to change batteries) you'll see there's a mono/stereo switch mounted on the PCB. In stereo mode you can connect a stereo jack cable and have a stereo mix. The jack doesn't lock in though, be careful not to pull it out by accident. Having the mono/stereo choice is fantastic.
Even though two AAAs last for many hours, I recommend getting rechargeable batteries & a charger if you're going to use the P2 a lot. Which you probably will if you buy one.
If you want to use in-ears, you need one of these. If you already have a wireless for your in ears, you still need one of these. Even just as a cheap back up in case your wireless battery dies in the last set of the gig, or to use at band practise, you need one of these.
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Love this!
Karlis_Blumanis 30.07.2021
This is a must have item, I don't really use it for the talent, because it doesn't have the best sound, but I use it for live stream intercom audio, when camera operators have their own headphones! Works great!
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