the box pro Mon A10


Active Stage Monitor

  • Components: 10 "and 1" Coax
  • Power: 250W RMS, 500W Peak
  • Tweeter: 50 W Class AB
  • Woofer: 200W Class D
  • Coverage angle: 80 ° x 80 °
  • Dual limiter
  • Max. sound pressure level: 123 dB
  • Frequency response: 60 - 20000 Hz
  • XLR combi input and XLR link out
  • Built-in stand flange
  • Dimensions: 300 x 480 x 420 mm
  • Weight: 11 kg
  • Matching slipcover: Art. 322027 (not included)
Available since August 2013
Item number 309203
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Power (Manufacturers Specs) 500 W
Bass Speaker in Inch 10"
Ways 2-Way
Colour Black
Weight 11 kg
Housing Material Wood
Analog Inputs 1
Microphone Input 0
Line Out XLR
Media Player No
Remote Control No
Effects No
Low Cut No
Monitor Angle Yes
RMS Power 250 W
Width 480 mm
Depth 420 mm
Height 300 mm
Sound Pressure in dB 123 dB
Number of HT Speakers 1
Number of HT Speaker 1
HT Speaker in Inch 1
Number of Midrange Speaker 0
Midrange Speaker in Inch without
Number of Bass Speakers 1
Number of Bass Speaker 1
Accu No
Stand Flange 35 mm
Flyable No
Construction Floormonitor
Line Input Yes
Ground Lift 1
Beam Angle Hor 80 °
Handheld / Headset No
Beam Angle Ver 70 °
Frequency Range (-3dB) from 60 Hz
Frequency Range (-3dB) to 20000 Hz
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89 Reviews

Great lightweight monitor
Matt6153 05.08.2014
I bought this to monitor my Nord Stage 2 through after my Roland CM-30 cube monitor proved too quiet for on-stage applications. I looked at other dedicated keyboard combos, but none were lightweight enough with sufficient power within my budget. I then moved to looking at monitors instead and stumbled across this one.

I've used it several times since purchasing it and can confirm that it is capable of putting out a lot of noise, with the added benefit over the CM-30 of being a wedge monitor with 2 angle settings which means I can correctly position it depending on whether I am standing or sitting.

It is fairly light and easy to carry around; the controls and interfaces are positioned on the side within a cavity, which means they are protected from audience mishaps / accidental knocks. Feature-wise, it'd be great to have another input so I can plug another keyboard into it, but as this is a monitor speaker rather than a keyboard combo, it's not really a complaint.

The sound quality is good, it seemed to struggle to push out lower frequencies at first, but seems to have settled down now and allows me to comfortably monitor all that I need to, from pianos to big synth basses.

I will probably look to buy another couple of these as monitors for my PA system; shame they don't come in 8inch variants from a weight perspective, but the A10 isn't too heavy in reality.


All's well that high ends well
Toothless Dunker 29.09.2021
Had a few gigs where the monitors sounded muffled and had to listen hard for the vocals no matter how loud they were. So I bought this for myself and at last I can hear every word. The good mids and highs means I don't have to have it all that loud in order to hear the singer and my keyboards clearly. The bass is good too but that isn't important to me when using it as a stage monitor.
Then I bought another one and, with long leads for outside use I connect them to the L/R outputs of an audio interface for the laptop and use them as stereo speakers.
Girlfriend doesn't think it's a good idea having them either side of the television in the living room though.


Great little monitor for vocals
Curt R 09.09.2021
Very easy to maneuver. Nice and light weight, and side handles are very well placed to carry and not strain on your back.

I was hoping it would be loud enough to plug straight in and amplify my vocals to then use the link out to the desk, when standing in for bands that only have a single monitor output desk. However, it does need a pre-amp from a monitor aux out to get the full volume out of it.

I'd also recommend putting a low and high pass filter on the monitor, to get the best level volume out of it. Without cutting the highs, it can squeal, when getting close to peak volume.

All in all, best bang for buck for weight and power, if you're sending the feed from an aux out of the desk.

If you're looking for something with volume and power that you can plug straight into, I'd recommend getting something like the Behringer f1320d instead.


We recommend it
ET production 16.05.2021
We are satisfied and use it in church productions.
It's light weight and easy to move anywhere.