MB 208/H

Art. No. 5931
Characteristics and sound properties

The MB 208/H is a compact, high-output speaker. It is equipped with two high-efficiency 20 cm fullrange BG 20 - 8 Ohm 's, working in parallel, and the HTH 8.7 - 8 Ohm tweeter. Apart from being ideal as a monitor speaker for vocals and instruments, in smallish to medium-sized rooms, it is also a good candidate for combining with a good subwoofer (e.g. MB 115/B ) for larger PA events.

As a result of the d Appolito arrangement, less sound is dissipated upwards and downwards. This directional advantage reduces the amount of ceiling and floor reflection in large halls, and will result in better voice transmission and less tendency to feedback. The sound quality of the MB 208/H is extremely high. The sound imbalance often experienced with musicians systems is missing here. In conjunction with the MB 115/B, there is no reason why hi-fi sound quality should not be achieved.

The compact design makes it ideal for transport.

Component parts list for 1 box

The kit includes all the components listed here but not the cabinet.

1 pc.
2 pcs.
Crossover MB 208/H
1 pc.
1 pc.
Damping material
Polyester wool
1 bag
Wood screws
3.5 x 19 mm
8 pcs.
4 x 20 mm
8 pcs.
Countersunk screws
3.5 x 25 mm
4 pcs.
2 x 1.5 mm²
2 m

Technical Data

Rated power
80 W
Maximum power
140 W
Nominal impedance Z
4 Ohm
Übertragungsbereich (-10 dB)
85 - 20000 Hz
Mittlerer Schalldruckpegel
94 dB (1 W/1 m)
4500 Hz
geschlossen / closed
Musikbelastbarkeit mit Hochpassfilter
200 W
Nennbelastbarkeit mit Hochpassfilter
300 W
Net volume
23 l
Außenmaß Höhe
640 mm
Außenmaß Breite
240 mm
Außenmaß Tiefe
240 mm

Frequency- and impedance response


Extract from HobbyHiFi

"Verdict: This combination of 208/H and 115/B provides excellent sound properties at hi-fi level, and with masses of dynamic power in reserve. Thanks to the high efficiency level, even a 100-watt amplifier will provide the enough power - calculations show that this would produce a maximum output of 113 db, even if a more powerful booster will make even more sense of both the satellites and the bass."