Reviews and Problems with Behringer DIGITAL MONITOR SPEAKERS MS40
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Solved my delay problem on XBOX ONE
EJPII, B&H Photo
11 March 2015
Excerpt: I used these monitors to solve a delay problem using Rocksmith with the XBOX One through HDMI. I used the optical out from the XBOX ONE direct into the MS40's. Problem solved. I wish they were a little bigger with more power, but these are the only powered monitors with a optical in solution.
Pros: Attractive Design, Decent sound quality, Easy To Set Up
Excerpt: I tested these head to head with a pair of M-Audio AV40 speakers. Although the Behringers have more adjustment features, I thought they had a pretty dull midrange and an annoying hum when no audio was playing. I chose the M-Audio AV40s due to better overall sound, no hum and a slightly smaller footprint.
Excerpt: These are nice compact inexpensive powered speakers with nice features like optical input, 2-band EQ and front headphone output - a good deal for the price - I'm satisfied. I use them as monitors for video editing but I don't do critical audio on them.Though loud enough, the sound quality is just a TINY bit "twonky" or "plasic-y" meaning that it sounds just a little like you can hear that the speakers have plastic cones.
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy to Mount, Easy To Set Up, Good Power Output
Cons: No Front 18, No Front Input, Slightly Twonky Sound, Slight Twonky Lows Highs
Excerpt: I'm using these in my home Final Cut Pro X video editing suite. There are certainly more expensive speakers out there but these sound great and have a reasonable footprint. My sound mixing has improved greatly since using these.
Excerpt: I use this pair of speakers as near-field monitors in a professional home-based aduio production studio. Their performance is excellent for mixing and for gauging the sonic balance of final recordings.
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy to Mount, Easy To Set Up, Flat Response, Good Power Output, Great Sound Quality, inexpensive