Rugged, professional subwoofer with built-in crossover.
BEHRINGER's EUROLIVE VQ1800D active subwoofer provides the ultimate bass reproduction, and is ideal for use with active 2-way speakers thanks to the built-in stereo crossover. This powered speaker packed with a powerful Class D amplifier, 18 in. long-excursion, low-frequency transducer, and an incredible array of professional features, the VQ1800D produces extreme levels of low-end punch, with the definition and clarity typically reserved for much larger systems. This cool-running sub delivers amazingly deep, chest-pounding bass to keep the party going all night long.
Massive Power, Perfect Sound
Behringer's revolutionary Class-D amplifier technology are able to provide you with enormous power and incredible sonic performance in an easy-to-use, ultra-portable and lightweight package. Class D amplification makes a difference, providing ultimate power efficiency and eliminating the need for heavy power supplies and large heatsinks. This amazing technology allows us to design and build very high performance products that are significantly lighter than traditional products, yet use less energy and respect the environment.
Behringer LF and HF transducers are custom designed for each application. When you buy a Behringer loudspeaker, you can be confident that the internal transducers work perfectly with all other elements and are designed for truly professional results.
VQ1800D features balanced XLR inputs and outputs, as well as balanced XLR through jacks for connecting additional enclosures. The boost frequency control targets boost frequencies from 40 to 90Hz. Slide the boost switch to give a + 10dB boost to the selected frequency. The VQ1800D also features a high cut control that can accurately control the top corner frequency of the subwoofer amplifier. The high cut control does not affect the through signal, only the signal sent to the subwoofer (but only the output jack signal sent to the full range speaker). The level control controls the input gain and the phase switch inverts the output phase to compensate for frequency cancellation between the subwoofer and satellite speakers. LEDs show at a glance the operational status, such as power, signal presence, and input overload.