Behringer F1320D Monitor



  • Powerful 300 W RMS, 2-way monitor system
  • Class-D amplifier technology
  • Adjustable feedback filter and integrated limiter
  • Sound processor
  • Extremely low-noise mic/line input with level control and clip LED
  • 3-Band EQ
  • 12" Driver for deep basses and high SPL
  • 1" HF Driver for brilliant treble reproduction
  • Proprietary horn design for ultra-wide sound dispersion
  • Internal switched-mode power supply
  • Integrated 35 mm stand/tripod flange mount
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 360 x 580 x 406 mm
  • Weight: 15.7 kg
  • Optional protective cover: Article Nr 291556 (not included)
available since July 2011
Item number 259429
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Width 580 mm
Depth 406 mm
Height 360 mm
Weight 15 kg
Type Floormonitor
Woofer size 12
Number of woofers 1
Ways 2-Way
Power (manufacturers info) 200 W
Monitor slope Yes
Inputs 1
Low Cut No
Fan No
Housing Wood
Color Black
Tweeter, 1" and Larger 1
Microphone Input 1
Line Inputs 1
Number of Tweeters 1
Number of Mids 0
SPL in dB 118 dB
Frequency range (-10dB) from 300 Hz
Frequency range (-10dB) to 6000 Hz
Summary EQ 1
Line Out XLR
Flyable No
Thomann cover 291556
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Good sound but unreliable and underpowered
Anonymous 21.01.2016
I have a live music venue with music every night. I bought four of these monitors four years ago and in that time I've only had all four working for about two weeks and that was in the beginning. One of them arrived damaged and had to be repaired straight away and they've all had to be repaired more than once for various reasons. Now only one remains in good working order and the other clips frequently and will soon fail completely. The other two monitors we've canabalised for spare drivers and preamps. The power amps seem to be the weak link, they're not big enough for the task required of them and clip frequently and fail often.

I was advised before buying these active monitors that it would be better to buy passive monitors with a separate amp because equipment failures would be less likely and less expensive and I can see that this was good advice now. It's great to be able to have separate channels/mixes for each monitor, but if you only have one or two working monitors what's the point? Might as well buy some passive monitors and an amp and send the same mix to all the monitors and save a bunch of headaches.

The sound quality is quite good, plenty of bass, but they can't achieve sufficient volume to be heard over an enthusiastic drummer. The feedback filter we never use.

Anyway, I guess that's what happens when you choose cheap and fancy over expensive and solid. It's better to have two high quality monitors you can depend on than four low quality ones that will certainly let you down. If you just want them for practicing with your band mates they might be ok, but I wouldn't recommend them for a professional setting like a live music venue, in my experience.


Great on the stage
Laivheli 23.01.2020
I like these monitors, best choice for that price. Bold sound and easily linkable if you need to connect several speakers to monitor one output. Performers have been happy with them.
The active feedback protection really works, I just don’t use it much though.
One thing I don’t like is that the knobs are too easily accessible on the front panel. No yo7 wonder why I’m telling this... The thing is, some musicians have sometimes adjusted these themselves and it has caused some trouble with the mix of the stage sound until we figured out they changed settings of their monitors. So I am thinking to create some cover for the knobs area with some do-not-touch warning label attached...
The other thing I don’t like much, unlike F1220D this model has the stand connection hole in a wrong place. If you would like to use it as a low perormance corner speaker somewhere in the dining area, you really cannot. So, for that purpose I use F1220D instead, even I like the sound of F1320 a lot more.


Bulky but affordable, efficient but limited
Reminiscence 17.04.2020
Good for the price but quite bulky and heavy.
The sound is what you can expect from a middle range speaker.
(Not massively clear but balanced overall.)
I would recommend them if you're a singer who needs an affordable speaker but don't want to carry a mix table and lots of cables!
It will be enough to cut through for sure.

Be careful that you can only use one of the inputs at a time! (Not your phone for backing tracks and the XLR plugin for your mic at the same time, for example)


Behringer F1320D Monitors
Anonymous 31.10.2014
I use these monitors in a 5 piece rock band and also for solo gigs to backing tracks.
I got these to replace 2 very warn out Peavey active monitors which sounded terribly harsh, a long overdue replacement!

The sound is pretty good, playing a range of music through them it?s fairly obvious they are a budget monitor and nothing I?d ever want to have as PA mains but for monitors they are fine. The bass is very full, a bit flabby and undefined but the treble is not harsh at all. With a little tweaking of the eq the vocals as really nice a clear and cut through the music so I can hear myself nice and clear, so much better than the Peaveys.

When doing solo gig with backing tracks and vocals through the monitors, I like the monitors loud at me so I can sing hard and loud, I hate quiet monitors as it makes me hold back. The limiter led on the monitors flash a bit too often for my liking, you don?t hear any hard clipping but it shows that they are on the limit and have no reserve

Feedback filter is pretty useless. The frequency band it cuts is far too wide as you sweep through the frequency range really effecting what you hear, nowhere near as good as a dedicated rack eq, but I guess it?s there if you don?t have a separate eq.

Handles are a bit of a pain only being on the back, the old peaveys had handles on the end with made them much easier to carry

All in all, as a monitor they are fine, nothing amazing (except the price) but they work well, are well built, fairly big (deep) and fairly heavy. I would like them to go a little louder so the limiter led didn?t flash at ?normal? volume. They are a BIG step-up from the peaveys, even when the peaveys where working fine. I?m happy to have got these, just hope they last.