Ideal PA for Solo Performers
Whether you’ve got a gig at the coffee shop or just partying in your back yard, your sound reinforcement needs are covered with the Behringer Europort PPA200 portable PA system. You get five input channels and 150 watts of total power, in a convenient all-in-one package that’s amazingly easy to transport. And this is one PA system at Sweetwater that’s completely ready to go right out of the box, thanks to the included handheld microphone and cable. For small format PA needs, there’s a lot of value in the Behringer Europort PPA200!
Behringer Europort PPA200 Portable PA System at a Glance:
- Graphic EQ with feedback protection helps you sound your best
- Easy to add wireless microphones
- Outstanding KLARK TEKNIK effects processor built right in
Graphic EQ with feedback protection helps you sound your best
Whether you’re a solo musician or hosting a corporate event, we know you want a PA system that’s easy to set up and will help you sound your best. The 7-band graphic EQ on the Europort PPA200 helps you tune your speakers for optimum sound in any room. And the built-in FBQ feedback detection system shows you precisely which bands to adjust if you encounter feedback problems. With the Europort PPA200, you can focus on your performance or presentation and not your sound system.
Easy to add wireless microphones
You can’t deny the convenience that wireless microphones provide on stage, and the Behringer Europort PPA200 makes it easy to expand your rig with wireless microphones. A built-in wireless receiver makes the first two channels ready to accept Behringer’s Ultralink ULM series wireless microphones, without the complications of a separate multi-channel wireless system.
Outstanding KLARK TEKNIK effects processor built right in
For decades KLARK TEKNIK has been a leader in digital audio processing, and the Behringer Europort PPA200 lets you tap into their world-class reverb and effects processing. The Europort PPA200 boasts 100 effects presets covering reverb, chorus, delay, pitch shifting, and much more. You can send each channel to the effects engine as you please, and then mix in the effects signal with your main mix.