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Behringer VP1800S Eurolive 1600 Watt 18" PA Subwoofer
What material is used to construct the cabinet ? (plywood,MDF,particle board,carpet,Latex,paint,pvc)
Can this item be shipped to Australia?
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Date published: 2014-11-17
Curious to what the Cu. FT of the box is and what its tuned to ?.. Thanks .
Behringer does not tell us specifically but a quick calculation suggest a volume of between 4.5 and 5 cubic feet, with a tuning frequency likely in the low 40's.
Date published: 2014-01-17
How well will a 200 watt RMS 8 ohm bridged amp work with this?
The problem is not so much about if it could handle it, but the lack of power for the size of this subwoofer. It is the power handling capacity of this woofer that it can be used in applications where that power is needed. It has very good sensitivity so it should work well, but on the other hand it depends where you want to use it. In small place it would give you reasonable power but lacks the lower frequencies as it only goes to 40Hz, one reason that it can handle that power. Lower frequencies are hard for both amps and speaker and this is more of a stage woofer where there is much more power available and the bottom frequencies are not important. Subwoofers generally need lots of power and your amp is only half way there. Stage systems go much higher.
Date published: 2012-11-25
Are these cabinets sturdy enough to stack a Peavey 215 speaker monitor on it, the demisions of each would be a nice fit together, I would hate to do damage to them.
Being subwoofers, the cabinets have to be sturdy. The thing is that for the same reason it is not a good idea stack something on them because the vibration of the subwoofer.The stands or pads under the cabinet suspends the resonance, but even if you put some material on the top it will still transfer some of the low frequency across. If you don't mind that there could be marks of movement on the cabinet after a while and you have some good insulation and drag preventing mat or similar the cabinet itself will support your monitor, just make sure it wouldn't fall from the subwoofer.
Date published: 2012-04-25