Behringer was founded by Swiss engineer and classical Pianist Uli Behringer in 1989, in Willich, Germany.
As a student studying Audio Engineering and classical piano at the Robert Schumann conservatory in Düsseldorf, Uli responded to the Universities lack of available equipment for student use and consequently started to build his own.
Before long demand from other students exceeded his ability to supply the products and Behringer was born.
Early production was focused on studio audio equipment. Noise reduction systems, compressors and EQ, but the product line soon expanded to include guitar amps, PA amplifiers and loudspeakers, mixers, stompboxes, recording interfaces, microphones, digital pianos, guitars, lighting equipment, etc. Behringer's product appeal was the combination of performance and low price.
The company is owned by Music Group, a holding company chaired by Uli Behringer, which also owns other audio companies such as Midas, Klark Teknik and Bugera. In June 2012, Music Group also acquired Turbosound company, which designs and manufactures professional loudspeaker systems and was formerly owned by Harman.
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Behringer Featured Products
- Authentic Layout and Sound
- Semi-Modular Design with 14 Patch Points
- Pure Analogue Signal Path
- Three VCOs with Five Waveforms Each
- Classic 24 dB Ladder-Style Filter
- Up to 48 kHz Sampling Rate
- XENYX Mic Preamp with 48V
- Front Panel Combo XLR/TRS Mic/Line Input
- Front Panel 1/4" Instrument Input
- Selectable Direct Monitoring
- 49 Full-Size Keys with Vel and AT
- Two Oscillators and Two LFOs per Voice
- Three ADSR Envelope Generators per Voice
- Four FX Engines
- 8-Channel Modulation Matrix Including FX
- 4 Input/4 Output
- MIDAS-Designed Microphone Preamps
- 48V Phantom Power
- Headphone Out, Zero-Latency Monitoring
- Analogue Inserts and MIDI I/O