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Behringer Truth Studio Monitor B2013A
Behringer Truth Studio Monitors B2031A - 07/06/14  I have had these speakers for a couple of years now and have done enough projects with them to give them an objective review. As with most Behringer products they are affordable. The sound quality is very good after you get the room setting dialed in. There are switches on the back of each speaker to help you do just that. It is important that you do this in order to get the best reference sound for the  room you have your studio in. The speaker has XLR and 1/4” balanced inputs and has a power rating of 150 watts.  The polypropylene woofer gives great bass and natural mids. I will not go over the specs but instead provide you with a user perspective. When I mix or master a project I sart by using headphones to get the initial mix done and then listen through the monitors to fine tune the mix. I do the same with mastering. I initially had problems with mixing after moving the studio and that’s why I cannot stress enough how  important it is to dial in the room settings by using the switches on the back of the speakers. The difference is night and day. I do all my DAW work and mastering in Presonus Studio One 2.5 with Isotope’s Ozone 4. Since I am a very small studio and mostly do projects for churches, small bands and personal use I don’t have a need nor have I found it necessary to load up a room full of  equipment. I keep it simple and let the music speak. As a result the speakers are critical to my mixing. When I am done I want to be able to load the finished song on to my player and be able to play it in my vehicle or through headphones and have a quality product that needs as little EQ’ing as possible depending on the system it’s being played through. I have tried some KRK and some other monitors but they couldn’t stand up against these. I would say that unless you are spending close to $1000 or more you won’t find better sound that these monitors. www.behringer.com/EN/Products/B2031A.aspx
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Behringer Truth Studio Monitor B2013A
Behringer Truth Studio Monitors B2031A - 07/06/14  I have had these speakers for a couple of years now and have done enough projects with them to give them an objective  review. As with most Behringer products they are affordable. The sound quality is very good after you get the room setting dialed in. There are switches on the back of each speaker to help you do just that. It is important that you do this in order  to get the best reference sound for the  room you have your studio in. The  speaker has XLR and 1/4” balanced  inputs and has a power rating of 150  watts.  The polypropylene woofer gives  great bass and natural mids. I will not go over the specs but instead provide you  with a user perspective. When I mix or  master a project I sart by using headphones to get the initial  mix done and then listen through the monitors to fine tune the mix. I do the same with mastering. I initially had problems with mixing after moving the studio and that’s why I cannot stress  enough how important it is to dial in the room settings by using the switches on the back of the speakers. The difference is night and day. I do all my DAW work and mastering in Presonus Studio One 2.5 with Isotope’s Ozone 4. Since I am a very small studio and  mostly do projects for churches, small bands and personal use I don’t have a need nor have I found it necessary to load up a  room full of equipment. I keep it simple and let the music speak. As a result the speakers are critical to my mixing. When I am  done I want to be able to load the finished song on to my player and be able to play it in my vehicle or through headphones and have a quality product that needs as little EQ’ing as possible  depending on the system it’s being played through. I have tried some KRK and some other monitors but they couldn’t stand up against these. I would say that unless you are spending close to $1000 or more you won’t find better sound that these monitors. www.behringer.com/EN/Products/B2031A.aspx