Sonic State Studio / Speakers / BEHRINGER B2031'Truth'

Average rating: 6.5/10 out of 10

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murf-e from usa writes:
Easy to use, GREAT CONVERTORS!!!! nice punchy smooth sound, and I paid just $1499 at Guitar Center. I tried the tascam, but this has a much more open and punchy sound. GOOD EFX!!! 10 rated!!!!!!!!!!!!1

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Thursday, 31-Jan-02 at 3:27
TONY SHAYNE a Professional user from USA writes:
tHESE ARE SOME OF THE BEST MONITORS i HAVE USED IN THE $1,200 OR LESS PRICE RANGE. aND i FIND THEM TO BE VERY ACURATE WITH JUST A LITTLE ROLL OFF OF THE HIGH END. WE DO DANCE CLUB RELEASED REMIXES FOR BACKSTREET BOYS, MYA, ETC.,AND THE REC COMPANIES LOVE THE FINISHED VERSIONS. THE MACKIES SOUND JUST A TAD BETTER AND YOU CAN PLAY THE MACKIES A LITTLE LOUDER (and trust me, i could easily afford them) but these do the job and do it well! Clean, Very detailed, Wide image, solid low bass extention, and depth. I have to give them a 9 because of the cost factor, otherwise i'd give them an 8.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 30-Jan-02 at 20:27
Muneeb a hobbyist user from Dubai writes:
The Behringer Truth monitors are actually good value for money and don't sound that bad. I paid 175 pounds sterling for a pair and you really can't get much else for that kind of money. I used to use JBL 4208 which I sold to get the Truths. Other friends use NS10m and I believe they are equally as good. Bottom line if you want really good monitors go out and buy the Mackie HR824. If you can't afford the Mackie then get the Behringers, they aren't that bad.

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Saturday, 26-Jan-02 at 5:4
tecnotijn a hobbyist user from The Netherlands writes:
Ehm... What can i say, for the money you have a great pair of hi-fi speaker, no more no less. I don't understand why behringer calls them "reference monitor" because they sound absolutely not like a monitor... But hey what do you expect for the price :)

Rating: 5 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 26-Dec-01 at 16:10
SOLA Music a Professional user from Germany writes:
Well, I use them for live recordings mainly - and have additional "genlecs" in studio.

I'd say the "truth" is :

The Behringers are half in price, and at least 70-80% in quality. There is no need to worry about when having a non-perfect studio, meaning a semiprofessionally. adjusted room in damping and freq-response.

Best for homerecorders, i'd say. A small professional studio is about $20.000 anyway, so there is no need to save money, so spend some $1000 at least on your monitors.

J├╝rgen from "Behringerland"

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Monday, 19-Nov-01 at 10:15
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