Arpangel wrote:I look forward to any new release from Behringer, I don't own any of their synths, but it's accepted I think that they all hit the spot regarding sound, as was proved when my friend bought his Behringer D to my place.
One thing that's stopped me owning any of these boutique reissues, or Behringer copies is the interfaces are always compromised, and it's the one thing that I always here, it's the only criticism from owners.
Can you more specific re "interface compromised" please? I see many newbs going for the bog cheap Behringer AIs and also one or two respected peeps saying they are fine but as yet no review that I trust (there can be omly one! SOS.) .
The only technical shortcoming I see from the specificatioons is the very low line output level? Even the slightly better 4 mic amp jobby only delivers about +3dBu max. Not I suppose a problem to the home recordist but might be in certain situations?
I have also seen a few driver issues.
I would like you see to send the two mic AI to my son in France and I want "cheap" because,
1) I have to risk the post.
2) He is a flakey, itinerate musician!
But I want a report I can trust.
I would NEVER buy any of their cloned amp gear and instantly Unfriend anyone who did!