Behringer Clones: Part 3 and 4

I’ve continued to add to my series on Behringer clones with a post on the Behringer Ultra-DI DI400P and DI600P as well as one on the Vintage Tube Overdrive TO800 on my new site. Take a look!

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~ by audioreviewer on May 13, 2007.

2 Responses to “Behringer Clones: Part 3 and 4”

  1. I still don’t understand why everyone is always picking on Behringer. Companies copy each other all the time…that is business. While I don’t recommend Behringer to someone who will be pushing the max on the speakers they are good for those who only occasionally use their speakers or don’t push them too far.

  2. I have had my history with Behringer Products ever since a friend suggested their EP2500 Amp…NEVER had a problem with that, UB2222 mixer, never had a problem with that either, but i did sell it. PMP1280s nifty mixer with 2 – B212XL…nice set up for the small venues, and they pack a punch if your indoors…

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