Behringer was founded in 1989 on a very simple business model: more features at a lower price compared to the competition. That may sound cheesy or even too good to be true, but Behringer's track record has proven they're more than capable of delivering just what they promise. The pro audio gear in this section is designed to give aspiring sound engineers and musicians access to professional features within their budgets, which means a lower barrier to entry so you can start a music career without having to give up your life savings. If sticker shock has been the biggest obstacle in getting the gear you want, then the solution is probably waiting for you right here.
The only thing Behringer does better than affordability is selection, so no matter what sort of gear you're looking for, the chances are high it can be found within these pages. For example, if you're putting together a pro audio system, you have access to everything you need to assemble it from the ground up. There are unpowered mixers, like the XENYX X1204USB, which you can use together with a power amp such as the UP4000 EUROPOWER. Or, combine the two and choose a powered mixer like the EUROPOWER PMP2000. Add speakers of your choice - a pair of B215XL cabinets, for instance - and you're off to a great start.
If you spend more time on the stage than behind it, then take a look at some of Behringer's performance-oriented options. For example, there's the XM8500 Microphone and the ULTRATONE K450FX Keyboard Amp/PA System. For live and recorded performances with the versatility of MIDI, check out the U-Control UMX610. Or, to boost your acoustic guitar stylings at a small venue, rehearsal or recording session, try the Behringer Ultracoustic AT108 Acoustic Combo Amp. All of this gear delivers the trademark Behringer bang for your buck, and it's only the tip of the iceberg in this section.
When Uli Behringer decided to start his own pro audio company, his vision was to make it possible for anybody to get a foothold on a career in music. The more you look through the lineup of Behringer products, the more and more obvious it is that he succeeded. In providing options to fit any aspiration while staying within any budget, Behringer has pulled off something that, in the decades before 1989, might have seemed impossible.