Behringer is a German pro audio equipment manufacturer that produces a wide range of products including mixers, amplifiers, speakers, processors, microphones, and synthesizers.
Behringer was founded in Germany in 1989 by Uli Behringer.
The company entered the market with a range of professional audio products at competitive prices, disrupting the market.
Over the years, Behringer has expanded its product line and acquired other companies such as Midas and Turbosound.
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The Xenyx series of mixers are compact and affordable mixing consoles that are perfect for small to medium sized venues, home studios, and podcasting.
The Eurodesk series of mixers are larger and more professional mixing consoles designed for larger venues and more complex setups.
Behringer's line of studio monitors are designed for use in professional recording studios, home studios, and other applications that demand high quality audio playback.
Behringer has a mixed reputation in the industry, with some professionals swearing by their products and others advocating for more established brands. However, their products generally offer good value for the price.
Behringer is best known for producing high-quality pro audio equipment at a price point that is accessible to musicians and producers of all levels.
While Behringer is a German company, many of their products are manufactured in China to keep costs low.
Most Behringer products come with a 3-year warranty, but this can vary depending on the product and region.
Yes, Behringer produces a range of synthesizers including the Model D, Pro-1, and TD-3.