Behringer P2, Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier

BH #BEP2 • MFR #P2
Behringer P2, Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier
Key Features
  • For Personal In-Ear Monitor Applications
  • Compact and Lightweight Design
  • XLR and TRS Inputs
  • Mono/Stereo Operation
Whether you're a keyboardist, drummer, or other musician whose performance keeps you anchored in one spot, the P2, Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier from Behringer is designed for you. It is a convenient hard-wired personal in-ear control center with a belt pack that can be used with your favorite headphones, earbuds, or custom-molded professional in-ear monitors (IEMs).
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Behringer P2, Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier

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Behringer P2 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Powerplay P2
  • 33.5mm Phones Jack
  • 4Locking XLR/TRS Input
  • 5Dual Mode Operation
  • 6Volume Control

Whether you're a keyboardist, drummer, or other musician whose performance keeps you anchored in one spot, the P2, Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier from Behringer is designed for you. It is a convenient hard-wired personal in-ear control center with a belt pack that can be used with your favorite headphones, earbuds, or custom-molded professional in-ear monitors (IEMs).

Built with an XLR/TRS combo input connector, it features a locking mechanism to prevent accidental mic cable disconnects. Press on the tab next to the bottom-mounted connector to release the cable at the end of your gig. The P2's XLR input accepts balanced line level signals taken directly from your mixer, which allows you to control the volume of the onboard amplifier.

The internal Mono/Stereo switch lets you choose the mode that best fits your needs. When connecting a headphone output, use the stereo source. If using your mixer's aux send, use the mono source. In addition, the P2 Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier is built-like-a-tank to be "drummer proof". Featuring an impact-resistant metal chassis, the P2 was made for the road and delivers dependable, high-quality performance.

Powerplay P2

Whether you're a keyboardist, drummer, or other musician whose performance keeps you anchored in one spot, the P2 Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier is a convenient hard-wired personal in-ear control center. The P2's belt pack puts monitor control at your fingertips.

3.5mm Phones Jack

You can use your favorite headphones, earbuds or custom-molded professional In-Ear Monitors (IEMs) with the P2, thanks to the top-mounted, standard 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo output jack.

Locking XLR/TRS Input

P2's XLR/TRS combo input connector features a locking mechanism to prevent accidental mic cable disconnects. Just press the tab next to the bottom-mounted connector to release the cable at the end of your gig. It accepts balanced line signals taken from your mixer, allowing you to control the volume of the onboard amplifier.

Dual Mode Operation

The P2's internal Mono/Stereo switch lets you choose the mode that best fits your needs. When using a mixer's aux send or any other mono source, move the switch to the Mono position. For connecting to a headphone output or other stereo source, simply set the switch to Stereo and use an XLR-to-TRS or TRS-to-TRS (male to male) cable.

Volume Control

The P2 features a high-quality level control with an on/off switch for dialing in the right level every time. The detented control stays where you put it.
UPC: 653341308030

Behringer P2 Specs

InputsXLR/TRS combo input connector with locking mechanism
Headphone Output1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo jack
ControlsLevel control with power on/off switch
Power2 x AAA batteries (not included)
Battery LifeUp to 12 hours
Material of ConstructionImpact-resistant metal chassis
DimensionsNot specified by manufacturer
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.299 x 2.677 x 1.732"
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