Behringer Recording Gear
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Behringer also has a few digital/analog converters to choose from, like the ADA8000, a 24-bit A/D/A converter kitted out with 8 channels and built-in phantom-powered mic preamps. This converter can feed a multitrack recorder or whatever ADAT-compatible equipment you'd like to feed a signal to, and it takes up just one rackspace. Its cousin is the SRC2496, which is the perfect translator between digital audio hardware that uses different formats. This interface converts signals on the fly, and also supports XLR, RCA and optical outputs, making it basically the ultimate audio middle-man.
Of course, all the interfaces and converters in the world won't go very far in the studio if you can't listen. That brings up one of the most important pieces of recording gear: studio monitors. Behringer has plenty of these to choose from, including active monitors like the Behritone C5A and most of the TRUTH series, which require only an audio source to work. For the purists among us who insist on passive monitors hooked up to a favorite amp, there are the TRUTH B2030P and B2031P nearfields.
No matter whether you're a hobbyist or a professional, a studio needs good-quality recording gear to produce the best results. You can expect just that from Behringer, with a good selection of equipment to help you build or update a digital recording studio that you can truly be proud of.