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

DJ by Dirk Duske 3 months 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.


Studio by Dirk Duske 8 months ago

Behringer BH 470

Closed studio headphones with well-balanced and detailed sound arrangement

Behringer's BH 470 studio headphones impress with their slightly bass-driven, yet smooth and clear sound, as well as their appealing design and comfortable fit.


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Editor's recommendations: Behringer

The BH 470 from Behringer are top headphones at a bargain price. They boast a very appealing design, lightweight construction, lush upholstery and a smooth and clear sound. Although their sound slightly accentuates the bass and thus reduces the sound neutrality required for the studio, neither mids nor highs are lost to it. They serve up all the nuances of the music, which means that these headphones could certainly be part of many a DJ’s tool kit.

Dirk Duske
Dirk Duske 18. November 2019

The Behringer BDJ 1000 convinced us with its pleasant wearing comfort, attractive design and very good workmanship. Its loud sound image is brilliant in the bass, but also emphasises the mids at the expense of naturalness. The cables and ear pads cannot be replaced when they become worn out, but at this low price you can simply afford a new BDJ 1000.

Dirk Duske
Dirk Duske 1. April 2020
Behringer BDJ 1000