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- Overview of Behringer HC2000
- Build quality
- Sound quality
- Sound quality features
- General comment
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- This review is written based on a "private purchase" or "product rented for a price".
- No remuneration or compensation, such as a manuscript fee, has been received for publishing this, and it is an honest evaluation based on measurement data from personal testing and personal opinion.
Recommended for people like this
- People who like bright sound
- People who value resolution
Overview of Behringer HC2000
- Total Score: 7.9 / 10.0
- Package: 7.5 / 10.0
- Build quality: 8.0 / 10.0
- Fitment: 8.5 / 10.0
- High range: 8.0 / 10.0
- Mid range: 8.5 / 10.0
- Low range: 7.0 / 10.0
- Less distortion: 7.5 / 10.0
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- Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
- Impedance: 64Ω
- Sensitivity: 110dB/mW
The cobalt capsule accurately reproduces the nuances of sound. These high-performance headphones are sure to meet the demands of professional users. The ultra-wide frequency response reproduces thick, heavy low frequencies and clear, transparent high frequencies. The durable headband and soft-touch earpads provide a comfortable fit.
- Ultra wide frequency response
- Clear bass and transparent treble
- Extremely wide dynamic range
- Highly efficient cobalt capsule
- Single-sided oxygen-free copper cord
- Egg-shaped earcups for comfort in the ear
- Extremely sturdy headband
Package meets price standard. Since this is a professional product, the packaging is simple.
- Behringer HPS3000
- 3.5mm to 6.35mm adapter
Build quality meets the price level.
The fit is good.
The following review was tested with a FiiO M15.
The Behringer HPS3000 has a full midrange sound that emphasizes the midrange.
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Sound quality general comment
The Behringer HPS3000 is almost a supercompatible of the Behringer HC2000 reviewed immediately above, improving on the HC2000's fatally poor midrange and increasing its low-frequency reproduction ability to near sensible levels.
It is clear that Behringer has the essentials in its own right, such as high resolution and not bad midrange texture reproduction, but it is not recommended for use as monitor headphones because of a rather critical problem with the localization of instrumental sounds.
Vocals sound well-detailed, so they may be worth considering as sub-monitors for vocal checks. However, even in that case, it is worth remembering that the HPX2000, which is available in the same price range, may be even better.
Sound quality features
- Excellent resolution
- Adequate focus on midrange
- Bright sound
- High transparency
- Not bad texture expression
- Practical original sound fidelity
- Sound with a sense of depth
- Lacking in low-frequency depth
- Lack of high-frequency extension
- Poor range feel
- Usable for mixing
- Usable for mastering
- Unnatural localization
The Behringer HPS3000 is a low-cost monitor headphone with high resolution. However, they are not recommended for use as main monitors, as their localization is too unreliable.