The Behringer Eurolive B105D 50W Powered Monitor is a multi-purpose, active monitor that vocalists will love.
This ultra-compact speaker can be used for a wide variety of applications, including vocal performance, keyboard monitoring, and small-scale public addresses. The B105D was built with a Class D power section that gives the driver tons of power without losing any definition. It’s loaded with two preamps for condenser microphones and one instrument-ready input. Complete with a built-in MP3 player and Bluetooth audio streaming, you can keep the party going even when you need to slip away from the stage. Whether you’re belting out tunes or reading a public address, the Behringer B105D Powered Monitor has you covered.
Inputs that are ready for anything
The Behringer Eurolive B105D has input options to fit almost any performer. The monitor is loaded with three combination XLR/TRS inputs and a 3-channel mixer. Two of the inputs are equipped with Behringer’s “Invisible” mic preamps that provide crystal clear vocal reproduction and phantom power for condenser mics. The Line 2 input is instrument-ready, so you don’t have to bring a DI to hear your keyboard or guitar in the monitor. Audio professionals appreciate that the B105D has an integrated limiter that protects the driver and internal components. Once you have all your instruments and mics connected, simply tweak the 3-band EQ to your liking.
Keep the vibe going with Bluetooth playback and built-in MP3 player
For solo performers who prefer the fuller sound that a backing track gives them, the B150D is a great option. This monitor is Bluetooth-enabled, so you can stream music from your smartphone or tablet instantaneously. If using Bluetooth isn’t your forte, the B105D has you covered. The front panel of the monitor has a convenient USB input and an integrated MP3 player. Simply load up the songs into a flash drive, plug it into the monitor, and you’re ready to go. The B105D also has a dedicated stereo 3.5mm input for use with MP3 players, keyboards, or a CD player – if you’re into that sort of thing.