Here's the dicussion so far, starting in PM. Thanks to lsiberian.
lsiberian said:You want to avoid the active monitors like the plague. Behringer is a hit or miss company. Either they have a great product or a lousy one.eugovector said:Hi,
Do you have firsthand experience with the Behringer 2030 or similar? I'm toying around buying a set of their active monitors, and I've had great experience with their mixers, microphones, and other products, but have never used their speakers.
Thanks in advance,
is the waterfall graph Wmax measured of them. He's a speaker mad scientist. He's the type that builds with concrete and oak.
You can see from the graph the off-axis response is lacking. Still the waterfall is insanely good for 130 dollar a pair speaker. I've not seen anything close to that on any other speaker in the price range. I realize folks around here aren't familiar with them, but from a speaker builder's viewpoint they are the best value at the price.
Is the best home theater speaker pair I've seen under 300 measurement wise. You can see how close the behringer is.
This is the waterfall measurement of the B&W 802D gotten from stereophile. This is best commercial speaker I'm aware of.