Reviews and Problems with Behringer DIGITAL MONITOR SPEAKERS MS20
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Just okay paired with Epson MovieMate 62
Driveway movie Dad, B&H Photo
30 October 2013
Excerpt: Bought these to use with an Epson MovieMate 62 during driveway movie nights for the kids. B&H filled order quickly. I didn't want to spend alot of money for speakers that get limited use for family movies, so I thought these were a good compromise. The sound quality is more than adequate.
Excerpt: I bought these speakers to replace some old desk top speakers I use for video editing. I was surprised by what I was missing with the old speakers. I have quit using headphones when working with audio.
Excerpt: I wanted a pair of <$100 monitors for my bedroom for playing music from my computer. 95% of the listening is from iTunes and net radio. The other 5% is bedroom DJing. These are perfect for that. The digital inputs are a plus.
Excerpt: Behringer's MS-20 Monitors are fairly powerful. Simple setup, both analog and digital outs, and good bass response make them reasonable for a small studio. If you're out to recreate Electric Ladyland, these probably aren't the monitors for you.
Excerpt: I have found these low power speakers great for editing movies with sound. I have no need for a powerful speaker since the space that I have available is small. The sound quality for the editing that I am doing is good.
Pros: Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Good Warmth, Powerful
Excerpt: spending a little more could get you a much better pair of monitors ($150-200). I use these with an imac for video editing, they are decent. Good build quality for 99 dollars. The optical out is nice if you have a Mac Pro w/ optical or a sound card that supports it.