Behringer HPS3000
Behringer HPS3000

HPS3000, Studio headphone from Behringer.

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Average Score:2.8( 2.8/5 based on 24 reviews )
 1 user review4 %
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Value For Money : Excellent
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JimboSpins's review"clean and classy all for a great price"

Behringer HPS3000
The Behringer HPS3000 is a very classy pair of headphones that look great on your head. But not only that they feel great too. They are very inexpensive and can be purchased for less than 25 dollars. But with that being said they are probably the best pair of headphones that I have ever had that cost less than 50 bucks. I have used them for DJ sets and for mixing songs with. They are great just for general listening to your iPod with too.
The ear cups are very comfortable and will last you a good while but like every cheap pair of headphones over time they will start to deteriorate and get flakey. This is normal no matter what the name brand is but at this price you will not find a more stylish and clean sounding pair of headphones.
Being that this headphones are so cheap I did not expect to use them for anything other than just general music listening but after I tried them out I decided to mix a track with them and I was really happy with the outcome that I got. Then I started taking them with me as a pair of backups for my live DJ sets.
The sound is very clear and clean, while still having the bass present enough to feel. The mids will sound clean and cut through the bass very good. With the great sound and how comfortable they are makes them a great buy at this price. I will be very surprised if they can last me more than 1 year because for the price you really cannot expect them to do much more. But I felt like I got my money’s worth after the first 3 times I used them. I would purchase another pair if anything ever happened to mine.
Audiofanzine FR01/03/2011

Audiofanzine FR's review

Behringer HPS3000
- How long have you been using it?
Six months

- Which feature do you like the most / the least?
I like the value for money.

- Did you try any other models before buying it?
I also tried out the Beyer 770. It's much better but the price is not the same

- How would you rate its value for money?
Excellent, incredible

- Based on your experience, would you buy this product again?
I bought several HPS3000 because they are extremely affordable and I needed several headphones for recording sessions with a lot of musicians playing live. I didn't have enough money for Beyer or Sony products. Nobody complained about it. Useful when you sometimes need additional headphones. Unlike some other comments I've read, I don't expect to mix with this headphones, lol... mixing with headphones is a mistake, but with these, it's truly impossible. I give them a good grade because they are awesome for their price (try out the HPS5000 which are more expensive: they are a disaster in terms of comfort and sound. They are just unusable, which is not the case with the 3000).

Originally written by sesame975 on Audiofanzine FR.

Jlsdu22's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer HPS3000
* For how long have you been using it?
About 3 years.
* Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I have not used many different headphones.
* What thing do you like most/least about it?
It has a beautiful sound but is bulky. The provided connecting cable is not very long.
* What is your opinion about the value for the price?
It is a good deal!
* Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
I do not think so. Although I've never had problems with them, they are just for something to test headphones superb studio. ;)

321321321's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer HPS3000
-For more than a year.

-He 'is not really a lot that I like, more or less ... I am a lgre pain on top of the head when I wear long trs ... Otherwise it enlve some background noise, and I found a quite useful.
The large default that I have found that is I do the minimum ambient, and some tablecloths, low lment a thrill in the headphone, and I dtest a.

-I 've not tried to other models, except full of headphones for portable ...

The price-quality ratio, I find it excellent, there are more expensive, that is better, but that is much more expensive ... The sound is good for this price ... I am a small home studio, I have do some songs on guitar and the electronic ...

-I recommend all beginners who want home studio headphones cheap, quality average, m 'was enough for one year, but I think change soon. I recommend it as easy to listen to music. Damage to the plastic look.

Would do-I do not have that choice, but I must admit that it m 'a t trs useful and I'll continue al use, even if I think of buying another.

Fred'Alco's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer HPS3000
I've had 2-3 weeks. It is very light and comfortable, it is forgotten. It is fairly well insulated from outside noise (that is what is asked), but the converse is true. I already have a Sennheiser open (neutral very well for the mix but lacks bass), a audiotechnica closed (and very in both directions) that embellished the music with too low a bit too present.
The behringer is the most balanced of the three. I do not understand the bad reviews of the two previous opinions. Especially vis-à-vis the treble, I find them very good and allowed me to hear details of some of my CD collection that I had never heard (the sound of the singers mouth before singing and other noises atmosphere). I find it much better than my audiotechnica which cost me 13 years ago more than 100 Euros. I noticed a small bump in the lower midrange but nothing annoying. This is more of a sonic character than a real defect. To return to the criticisms of previous opinions, it may not be suitable for all styles of music! But I doubt it because the mixes I've done (rock, heavy) with stand quite well on many systems.
The price / quality ratio is excellent but there is certainly much better and more expensive!
I re-file a notice in 6 months to see ....
At the moment I do not regret my purchase, far from it.

EDIT 03/06/07

Well I realize it's been almost 4 years that I have this headphone ...
Its still ok level. Apart from that famous hump around 200 Hz this headphone is very analytical and allows me to make mixes that go everywhere. A good mix on my HPS3000 sounds like death when I switch on my Fostex PM1!
The plastic is a bit unladen, two small pieces of the coup failed and we must take care of it. I confirm what I have written four years ago. This headphone is top to work on a mix or from the time one has to integrate its flaws. This headphone can become tiring to just listen to music because it forgives nothing. You will hear a plethora of details about your CD recordings. No test the indifferent ... that's what I like about a monitoring headphones! I'm not a pro, just a passion for music and home studio, not necessarily wealthy and this headphone is for me an excellent deal. If he comes to die, I will redeem one without hesitation.

Régis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer HPS3000
I own them for 2 years.
I had 8 headphones to use as monitor musicos. I wanted a good quality sound without ruin me. Mission accomplished!
Pice 24 euros is the price pay. not worth more in terms of comfort and the quality of the whole.
However, the cost is good and trs plutt little tiring.
The cord is rather like the very simple and quite short.
With the same budget, if c'tait again, I Do not hesitate. especially since I have two years to buy the APRS HPS5000, cow, what a big crap! I m wondering if the RF does not deait be hps50 ....

Jensoft's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer HPS3000
I use it for 2 months
Goodies: looks solid, enjoyable closed headphones, bass and treble Submitted transparent
Cons: curve grahpique frequency drives can REPRESENTATIVES Ralite to the Lower Medium.
I know a few other models from Sennheiser, Sony, Philips and it is true that I do not really think we can name this headphone "studio headphones" but plutt good DJ headphones!
Besides the group Mach3 ( sells this product as DJ headphones.
Despite the relative quality price exlent: Oh the fat! 17 quans same headphone!
Despite the fact that I was not totally satisfied with the fate that is not its lack of ism, I do it again this choice for a small budjet but if money will allow me, I turned to plutt a mid-range Sennheiser.

matsu's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer HPS3000
I use this headset for 2 months now.

<ul> What I like most is the fact that it is closed with a good level of dynamics, which allows you to catch his "studio" without too much air repisse.Il solideIl has a good level acoustic pressure </ul>

What I like least is the fact that it is tiring After a few hours of cost.

But be careful I do not Whereas the headphone like so reliable enough to mix. This is a good tool to work.

If you have no budget is a good quality price (25 on average), otherwise there are better .....
Daddy Abdel08/26/2003

Daddy Abdel's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer HPS3000
TRS are good headphones but do not compare to over 200 euro MODELS, because it does not score as 30 euros. It is better than the Sony MDR V300 that people tend to buy more than 50 euros. With a ratio like qualitprix hsiter do take them, even if the cable is only 2 meters.