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Behringer TRUTH B2031P Passive Monitors
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The Behringer TRUTH B2031P Passive Monitors are delivered as matched pairs. Handles 150W and delivers very neutral sound with an extremely flat frequ...Click To Read More About This Product
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If you've already got a clean power amp this is your TRUTHful solution.
The Behringer TRUTH B2031P Passive Monitors are delivered as matched pairs. Handles 150W and delivers very neutral sound with an extremely flat frequency response from 50Hz to 21kHz. Tight, deep bass from an 8.75" woofer with special polypropylene diaphragm and clear, detailed highs from ferrofluid-cooled HF driver. Genuine Linkwitz-Riley filters on the active crossover network perform at a level previously impossible in this price range.
- High-resolution, passive 2-way 150W near-field monitor
- Ultra-linear frequency response from 55Hz to 21kHz
- Extremely high-resolution, ferrofluid-cooled tweeter
- Long-throw 8.75" woofer with special polypropylene diaphragm and
- deformation-resistant aluminum die-cast chassis
- Phase-optimized, low-distortion frequency crossover for accurate reproduction
- Magnetically shielded
- Delivered as matched pairs
TRUTH B2031P Passive Monitors
- Binding post connectors
150W load capacity
55Hz -21 kHz frequency response
89dB (1W/1 m)SPL
2kHz crossover frequency
15-4/5" x 10-1/10" x 10-1/2"
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When they say "ultra flat frequency response," they mean it! I mapped out the frequency response of these things, and it's flat within 0.1 dB clear across, EXCEPT for the low end. There's a rolloff starting at around 70 or 80Hz going down to around 50Hz, down by about 2-3 dB, then rolling off sharply below 50Hz. So you'll probably need a sub if you're serious with mixing. I always struggle with the low end in a mix because I can't hear it, and end up putting in too many "ultralows."Definitely well worth the money.
I got a pair of these with an Alesis Amp 6 months ago and I have never been disappointed, the frequency balance is perfect and the cases are built solid as rocks! I have had them pumping out their full 150 watts on many occasions and there is no case vibration or any sign of resonance!
I'm an entry level home recording guy. I read reviews till I was blue in the I bought these after using PC speakers to record with. Now that I have them it's night and day. I can hear a lot more content thanface. before. I bought these after reading they got a D rating from a Pro guy who compared them to the Mackies. I figured for the money a D to an A passes for me. Love 'em! Great Value for the budget studio IMO.cos.
These are great, I also own a pair of 20/20'sand side by side this guys sound more defined on the high's and mids. I bought these when the b2031's just came out and they still work as good as they did the first day I got them.
I gotta tell you, I am slowly replacing all of my rack gear with Behringer Products. Why, very good stuff at unbelievable prices My most recent Behringer conversion is the B2031P Studio Monitors. I am amazed by these Truth 2031P Passive monitors. These speakers really tell it like it is. I have had to remix many of my songs that I thought were great until I listened to the mixes on the B2031P's. These monitors have a great bottom end to help identify bass freq issues. These would make great speakers in any room of the house as well. They are also nice looking and seem to be well made (heavy too).If you already own a good 100W per channel or better stereo amp, make sure you consider these monitors to go along with it. Go Behringer! I Have become a believer in your products!!!
These look great. The SOUND LIKE CRAP. I was shocked at how fake and muddled the bass response was. I sent mine back. I have a pair of Spirit Absolute Zeros that I put them up agains and the Truths were just plain crap in comparison. I sent them back and am going to try a pair of Alesis passives.
Amazing sound, even at 4x's the price. Highs are a little loud, so learn to compensate or turn down the treble 3db. I bought these as a replacement for some 6" Tannoy's. People who are having problems with bass or the sound in general - these are 4ohm speakers with 150w capacity - make sure you have a proper amp driving them. They sound their flatest and go down deep with a quality power amp and a decent mixing enviroment. I had these in a corner on my old setup being driven by an 8ohm amp putting out around 75w per channel. I recently moved locations, a properly treated mixing room (bass traps) and a 200w/ch Crown driving these - the difference is amazing.
I bought these to replace a pair of studio monitors i had. I originally bought them thinking I would see how they stacked up against the Alesis monitor one mkII, and if they didn't hold up I would sell them and get a pair of mkII monitors. I was blown away. The response is dead flat. My mixes have never sounded better. Tight low end and highs make a world of difference. I think behringer is making good gear at a cheap price... Buy it while you still can!