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 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.
Excerpt: Take all of this with the following caveat: It's all considering the price. I've worked sound in commercial studios, on movies sets, on large events, and in my own facility where I use a combination of seriously premium gear and gear I bought because it was good enough and I couldn't afford better.
Pros: Attractive Design, Crisp Sound, Easy To Connect, Great Sound Quality, Powerful
Summary: Just remember, as is standard with any studio monitor, these do not come with cables, but all you need if you're going to use these on a pc like most visitors to this site will is a cable that has a 1/8 inch (3.5mm) stereo mini plug on one end (to go into your sound card), and two 1/4 inch mono...
Pros: These speakers are incredible! I bought them to replace my Logitech Z-2300's. I'm glad I did. The Logitechs are good as far as pc speakers go, but they are no comparison for these. For those who aren't familiar, these are called studio monitors because the are designed and engineered to provide e...
Cons: The only con I can think of is that they are large. They take up a lot of space on your desk, or you can place them elsewhere in your room, even on the floor. Don't worry, you'll hear these guys where ever you place them. If you put them on your desk, I'd suggest placing one of those 89c rubber m...