Behringer Truth B2031A 8.75" Powered Studio Monitor

2-way 265W Powered Studio Monitor with 8.75" Woofer, 1" Tweeter, and Room Compensation EQ (each)
Behringer Truth B2031A 8.75
Behringer Truth B2031A 8.75
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Behringer Truth B2031A 8.75" Powered Studio Monitor
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Great Way to Get Into Studio Monitors

The Behringer Truth B2031A powered studio monitors are a budget-friendly way to get into a powerful set of studio monitors. You can easily optimize these monitors for your room, thanks to the B2031A's room compensation switches for controlling bass and high-frequency response. And with 265 watts of peak power for the 8.75" woofer and the ferrofluid-cooled tweeter, you'll be able to hear your mixes loud and clear. For a low-cost monitoring solution that you can count on, get the Behringer Truth B2031A powered monitors.

Behringer Truth B2031A Powered Studio Monitor at a Glance:

  • Wide sweet spot

  • Wide frequency range
  • Built-in overload protection
Wide Sweet Spot:

The B2031A features Behringer's unique wave guide to give you wide yet controlled dispersion, creating a wide sweet spot for mixing. And thanks to the room compensation technology, you'll be able to tailor the B2031As to your mixing position even if you have to position them in less than ideal locations.

Wide Frequency Range:

The 8.75" woofer and 1" dome tweeter are bi-amped with 265 watts of peak power for clean sound across a wide frequency range. You'll get consistent performance at any volume level with any type of audio.

Built-in Overload Protection:

The B2031A utilizes a built-in limiter circuit to protect your speakers. Quick bursts of signal and loud peaks are tamed without damaging your drivers. The limiter protects both the LF and HF drivers, so you're protected regardless of the frequency of the offending signal spike.

Behringer Truth B2031A Powered Studio Monitor Features:

  • High-powered monitors at a great price

  • Wide sweet spot makes it easy to create consistent mixes
  • Wide frequency range makes these suitable for any type of audio work
  • Built-in overload protection protects your investment
  • Custom LF driver designed by Behringer
Behringer's Truth B2031A powered monitors are value packed!

Additional Media

Studio Monitor Buying Guide
Truth B2030A User Manual
Truth B2031A Spec Sheet

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Been using these for 7 years !

I have gotten consistently good mixes with these,. though not great all of the time (but mostly) Indeed angle them towards you and keep them ear level,. and then you hear the sweet spot quite nicely,. I also find the room compensation works a charm ... Only after all these years of constant use has one of them a developed a mild buzzing noise (probably an easy fix) Next monitor purchase will either be the Truth B3031A's or Truth B1031A's Glad to see Sweetwater is carrying Behringer products again : ) I would have bought these from them if they were back then ...
Music background: Freelance Sound Designer, Studio Tech, Ambient musician ...

Great Product

For the money this is a great product. There is a faint noise issue eminating from the tweeters, but it is dramatically reduced to a faint whisper by using balanced cables, be that TRS or XLR. Very loud and fun to use so far!
Music background: Audio Engineer/Producer, Musician, Student.

Finding That Sweet Spot

These are some very popular monitors nowadays. I was lucky enough to get a pair at a ridiculously low price, tried them out and then resold them for a huge profit (couldn't resist). Now I kind of miss how great they sound compared to my current rig. The secret to getting use to these monitors is placement. Best to have them at ear level, tilted somewhat inward so you are immersed in the 'stereo field'. You usually don't have to use the room compensation in many cases but it is there if you need it. The quietest clean sound is achieved by using 1/4 inch TRS cords.
Music background: Composer, Recording Artist, Ambient Music

Truth Monitor

These are OK. There are other options in this price range that I think would be better options. I really like Behringer for the cost/benefit ratio they usually provide. I have some Behringer gear that I love and will never sell as it has become an essential part of my sound while many other high-end peices of gear have come and gone. But on these monitors, i don't trust my mix. I use other monitors as a reference many times just to check, and I guess I don't like feeling like I have to do that. The primary thing I notice is that they are pretty bassy, so I tend to cut. Then when I play through a car or home stereo as a final audit, I wish I would have left the bass in. These will work, and I do use them everyday. i guess once you learn thier deficiencies, you automatically compensate for it, but just feel that these could be more accurate. Not a bad buy, but I don't "Just love them". Bear in mind, I am not an audio mastering engineer, or a pro studio engineer either. A pro might come into my studio and advise that it is because how I have my room set up, or that I need acoustic treatment here or there regardless of what monitors I am using. I also find my only pair of recording headphones, the AKG Studio 240s bassy as well. So I have often wondered if it is just me? But, I know and can identify even balanced flat sound from trusted audio sources. Based on my experience with these, regardless of brand, in the future, if I were to replace these, I will likely go down to a 5" speaker to mix and monitor with.
Music background: hobbiest, musician

An update

I had used these since 2005 & once I got a better grip on Engineering it became clear that these are absolutely not clear - somewhat okay to compose with - but honestly incredibly un truthful for mastering ... If you want monitors that are truly honest & great for composition ... Please look elsewhere - such as maybe a nice pair of coaxial monitors Life in my studio is so much better now
Music background: Engineer, sound designer, Ethereal & Ambient musician - 20 + years experience
See also: Powered Monitors, Behringer, Behringer Active Monitors