Quote: Speaker Jones, The gearpage . net.
Actually, as the story goes, Uli didn't have his prototype for the first Eurodesk ready for NAMM, so he too took a Mackie desk and silkscreened his own lettering on it to show at NAMM. He then copied the Mackie user manual, and even forgot to change the 800 number on it. No, they don't have any Mackie parts. They were built with the cheapest junk parts he could find.
He then proceeded to rip off the designs of several other companies, built knock-offs out of junk parts, with unskilled labor, and called them his own.
I've been working in pro audio for 16 years now, and I've seen hundreds of non-working Behringer units in installs and band PA's. I see them not working more than I've seen them working. In fact, if I'm called to troubleshoot an unfamiliar system, I check for Behringer gear as first possible mode of failure. It's crap. Disposable sound gear at it's worst. You're pretty much always better off buying a used piece of Peavey or Mackie gear for the same price.
No, you won't ever see a piece of Behringer gear in one of my PA systems or one of my guitar rigs. Nor that of any of my friends, if I can help it. Hell, I wouldn't even wish a piece of Behringer gear on my enemy's grandmother to call bingo numbers on.
Good luck with yours though.
Like i said, Why don't you just do what you just posted you usually do, rather that post, what you usually do LOL, for the sole purpose of being a XXXX disturber.
A Good amplifier requires a adequate power supply, It does not matter what the amplifier is capable of if the power supply will not provide the power required. Most amplifiers have under rated power supplies. It is up to you to make sure you get the ones that are least under rated if at all.
Last edited by johnplayerson; 01-01-2015 at 11:22 PM.