Behringer Studio 50USB 5" Powered Studio Monitors with USB

150W Powered 2-way Studio Monitors with 5" Woofer, 1" Tweeter, XLR, TRS, and USB Connections (pair)
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Behringer Studio 50USB 5
Behringer Studio 50USB 5
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Value-packed Bi-amped Studio Monitors

Sweetwater knows your studio monitors are the windows into your music. The clearer the "glass," the more you hear. For maximum clarity, Behringer's Studio 50USB Monitor Speakers are bi-amped with 150 watts, with the long-throw, Kevlar-cone 5" woofer and a 1" silk dome tweeter each driven by its own amplifier. A pair of 50USB monitors gives you a broad sweet spot and room-filling sound, thanks to Behringer's advanced waveguide technology. These monitors feature XLR and TRS inputs, plus a USB input that lets you directly connect with digital audio sources. And they're magnetically shielded for placement near CRT monitors. Equip your studio with value-packed Behringer Studio 50USB Monitor Speakers, and hear what you've been missing.

Behringer Studio 50USB Monitor Speakers Features at a Glance:
  • Ultra-linear 2-way digital monitor speakers ideally suited for studios and multimedia workstations
  • True bi-amping mode with 4 amplifiers for ultimate sound resolution
  • 150 Watt of digital power amplification
  • Ultra-high resolution 1" silk dome tweeter for ultimate sound reproduction
  • Long-throw 5" woofers with deformation-resistant Kevlar cone for ultimate bass response
  • Ultimate dispersion characteristics and extremely large "sweet spot" owing to advanced waveguide technology
  • Adjustable volume control and tweeter sensitivity to adapt to a wide range of acoustic conditions
  • USB input for direct connection of your digital audio sources
  • Two analog inputs featuring XLR and TRS connectors can be used simultaneously with a digital stereo source
  • Magnetically shielded for placement near computer monitors
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
Hear what you've been missing, with Behringer's Studio 50USB Monitor Speakers!

Additional Media

Studio 50USB - Monitor Speakers, Product Documentation
Studio Monitor Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Powered Yes
Power Configuration Bi-amped
LF Driver Size 5"
HF Driver Size 1"
Total Power 150W
Input Types 2 x XLR, 2 x 1/4"
USB 1 x Type B
Enclosure Type Ported
Height 10 in.
Width 8 in.
Depth 7 in.
Weight 14.3 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number STUDIO50USB

Customer Reviews

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These speakers are amazing i don't need the volume bar all the up to hear everything. My iMac volume bar is at one bar and that is even loud it's worth the money if you are looking for studio speakers.
Music background: Producer/Rapper


For professional recording engineers and for extremely wealthy amateurs, there are the high-end studio monitors, such as Event, Focal, and Adam Labs. For the rest of us, such lower-cost brands as Behringer may suit our needs just fine. This pair of powered speakers is quite remarkable, producing clear, accurate sounds at a level not always available at this price point. The "Studio 50USB's" reproduce the extreme highs and lows of music strongly and faithfully, a welcome surprise among small speakers. However, the polar opposites of high treble and low bass are intended primarily to support the melodic instruments, those which reside mostly in the midrange. Thankfully, the 5 represent this area well, much like JBL's, assuring that both instrumentals and vocals are clean and prominent. In brief, the "Behringer 50USB's" are outstanding for a variety of purposes, including near-field recording monitoring, musical instrument amplification, and pleasure listening. Please note that they are boxed and sold by the pair, not individually. I love these!
Music background: Amateur(ish) Dabbler in Piano, Guitars (pl), Ukulele, and Lap Dulcimer

I Love These

I ordered these figuring how bad can they be. They have a 5" woofer and 150 watts, and at $129, much more than what you get from the $99 speakers. Well I just got mine today and I have to say, I am blown away by these. Plenty of bottom end, highs are clear and defined and power for days, all the volume you will ever need in a near field monitor. If there is any con in these, and I don't consider it one, the speakers connect to each other with a proprietary cable so one speaker is the main and L & R connect to the main. The JBL's for example are designed so you can buy must one monitor where with these you need to buy the pair. BUT, you do get the pair for the same price as one JBL. and I would definitely compare these favorably to the JBL's. For the price, these are a no brainer. I bought mine for my computer and they sound awesome! Hooked them up via USB with the ITunes equalizer I was able to fine tune mine to exactly how I wanted them to sound! Brilliant~
Music background: Professional composer, musician, producer

Better than expected

I thought these would be little tiny speakers in tiny boxes with no weight and a tinny sound. Boy, I was very wrong. Im still breaking them in so far Ive used them with my computer system. Played some 1080p movies and it was pretty good. Then I hooked them up to my R3 and then to my midi system. Yes, this is what these speakers are made for. The synths I used sounded absolutely amazing. So, will probably put my old speakers (pair of JBL's) back on the computer and use these for my synths. There is only one thing I do not like. No front on/off switch. bit of a pain to get behind the speaker to turn it off. That is so minor its hardly worth stating.
Music background: N00b


Ya i got these the other day let me tell you theyre all you need unless u want a 30k+_mastering studio very loud very clear i can hear these bad boys from the elevator... im at the end of a very long hallway! Clarity is amazing with a true flat non hyped response i also like the usb connection it comes in handy!!! the first mix i did on these blew my mentor away thanks sweetwater
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