A German success story

When Uli Behringer founded his company in 1989, it was time to break up the somewhat crusty and overpriced market for recording products. He has done this with mixing consoles and peripherals with flying colors. Behringer now produces in China in the Music Group City. The components for the products – which, in addition to hundreds of others, also include headphones – are produced in our own factories. Part of the development is still in Willich near Krefeld, Germany.


The latest reviews: Behringer

Studio by Carsten Kaiser 3 months ago

Behringer Omega Open over-ear headphones for the home studio

The Behringer Omega are open over-ear headphones for home recording use, priced in the budget range.


Hi-Fi by Carsten Kaiser 3 months ago

Behringer Alpha Open, circumaural hi-fi headphones

In our test, the Behringer Alpha were keen to show that they had a lot to offer as open over-ear headphones with a budget price range. How well did they do?


In-Ear by Carsten Kaiser 2 years ago

Behringer MO240 Inexpensive in-ears with hybrid driver technology

The Behringer MO240 offer both dynamic and symmetrical-armature drivers. With this technology in mind, these inexpensive in-ear headphones are particularly suitable for areas of application where voices and vocals need to be heard in dense audio productions or games. But classical music fans can be...


DJ by Dirk Duske 4 years ago

Behringer BDJ 1000 Cheap DJ headphones with high output

With the circumaural BDJ 1000, Behringer have squeezed the price without compromising on quality, sound, functionality and design.