Behringer Powerplay P1 Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier
The New Behringer Powerplay P1 Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier is a great, affordable option for people getting into In Ear Monitoring in live, studio and rehearsal applications
A combination of your ear pieces (Not Supplied) and the built in limiter means that you will be protected from the overall stage volume by the ear pieces aswell as any volume spikes by the internal limiter. The P1 has dual XLR inputs which allow 2 x single channel mono mixes or 1 x stereo mix with a level and balance knob keeping things nice, simple and easy to use. A belt clip is supplied.
Note: The P1 Does Not Run on Phantom Power.
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Great ProductBy: Josh on 21 August 2018Great Product. Purchased recently to run my in ears when I'm not plugged into a Personal Mixer or wireless belt-pack. Really works well. Good sound quality and good dynamic range. A bit on the bulky side. Definitely too bulky for the belt clip but i have mine attached to a mic stand clip that is mounted on my drum rack. Definitely worth the price!
Decent product for the priceBy: Andy on 25 March 2017Got this a couple weeks ago to test before going all IEM. We currently use Sennheiser wireless ones, but hard to justify 10x the cost when the band is not really moving much anyway to require wireless. First surprise was the size... it's huge. Better make sure your belt is on reeeally tight if using the belt clip. I'm now going for an extension for my headphones instead. Otherwise it sounds good, volume is fine, mono/stereo option works well (either stereo with L/R control or mono with mix control). Really missing a limiter on it however, I'm quite worried about my ears. I happen to have a spare compressor which I put in series, hoping for that to give me some protection. Phantom power driven would make this a lot more useful, although you wouldn't have phantom powered auxes anyway I guess. So yeah, overall, decent enough product, with surprisingly little competition it appears... everything else is a lot more expensive still. Looking at what it actually is - basically a headphone amp - I think these things are way overpriced in general.