Reviews and Problems with Behringer DIGITAL MONITOR SPEAKERS MS40
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Forget headphones for editing, these are great
aj52, B&H Photo
23 December 2015
Excerpt: OK, you probably still need to make a final pass at audio on headphones and other reference systems, but these are great in a small studio for getting the audio "right" when I edit video. I found that I was straining to hear with my old Bose speakers or the Apple speakers in my 27" monitors.
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.
Excerpt: Before I had these speakers, I had Alesis M1520 usb monitors. They were great, but I had to sell them unfortunate. As soon as I saved enough money, I decided to give another brand a shot and Behringer, Yamaha, and M-Audio came to mind.
Excerpt: I bought these Behringer speakers because I needed an audio reference that I can trust for producing video with Final Cut Pro. I liked the specs. The description looked good. The price was reasonable and the brand seems respected.