Excerpt: First speakers for a 3 manual virtual Pipe Organ.Hauptwerk has big demands on speakers for replication of authentic true pipe organ sound. Picks up the 32' bass very well and the high flutes also. A nice clean sound reproduction.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Good Power Output, Great Sound Quality
Excerpt: These monitors are undervalued. For the price point, you can't find better sounding and better quality. They've been compared to Genelec's costing 5x the price. I know Behringer doesn't scream high-quality, but believe me these bad boys crank.
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy To Set Up, Good Power Output, Great Sound Quality
Excerpt: Using these for a home recording studio. There are much higher priced powered monitors, but for the money you won't find anything better. Sound is extremely flat and clear, very crisp. The room I use them in is approx 20x20, and are more power than I need. I highly recommend these.
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy to Mount, Easy To Set Up, Good Power Output, Great Sound Quality
Excerpt: I recently bought these for a home studio and am still in the process of evaluating, but am so far impressed with: 1.) B&H - wow, best price on the web[...] 2.) these are definitely capable of full range reproduction.
Excerpt: I purchased 3 pairs of B2031A from B&H for a Virtual Theater Pipe Organ (VTPO) setup. I drive them with a quad core through a M-Audio 1010LT (with 2 other speaker pairs and a sub). All this is fed from a midified Rodgers 321A organ in a 15' x 20' room. I use Hauptwerk and GSO for the samples.
Pros: Easy Setup, Good Power Output, Great Sound Quality
Excerpt: I am a professional musician and an up coming producer who believes in getting the best equipment at no expense. I was introduce to these monitors by another producer who said these are the best monitors for the price, even though he is not a Behringer fan.