Reviews and Problems with Behringer BEHRITONE C50A
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Does what it's supposed to do and does it well!
Tonescience, B&H Photo
19 July 2015
Excerpt: I use the Behritone C50A as a grot box in my studio. I was looking at all of the comparable speaker brands and decided to go with this, as the price was unbeatable. Since getting this speaker my mixes have improved significantly. I use a single Behritone C50a to check all of my mixes in mono.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Mono Albums Sound Great
Excerpt: This is an amazing piece of gear. First off, it's extremely well built and both bigger and heavier than you might expect. It is an uncovered paper cone, as others have noted, but that's pretty typical for studio speakers (NS10's, HS50, s, etc.
Excerpt: I received my C50A speaker yesterday and I am really impressed with it. The build quality is very impressive and the sound is really smooth to me. You can hear the mids very clearly and the high's and lows come through very well also.
Pros: Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Very Attractive Unit
Excerpt: I'm using one C50 as a "B" mono reference/mix check monitor. It's a good buy and is fulfilling its purpose as a relatively cheap sounding monitor. It seems very well built, and everything works as it should right out of the box. So far, there's nothing I dislike about it.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Versatile
Excerpt: At less than half the price of an Avantone, this is a great way to add a relatively lo-fi mono mix option to your home studio. I confess I don't have an Avantone to compare to, but this does exactly what I need, and is just one more tool, and one I could afford.