I really haven't used their mixers. I have used their speakers a bit - and never any issues when I used them (powered 12's and 15's).I've mentioned it before, but over the years I've had 7+ mixers, 1 speaker, oodles of rack gear (effects, compressors, etc.) and some accessories (like the Shark) made by Behringer.
Every mixer but 2 had something break .. usually a rotary control that snapped off. I never had an issue with sound quality (they all were adequate) but build or part quality was atrocious. I didn't pay a lot for the gear .. but for some, that was too much.
The only pieces I actually liked and were built well was the aforementioned Sharks (I have 3) that I use for level matching, speaker delays and other audio swiss-army knife duties, a older DJ mixer (DX1000 .. that was a TANK), and the XR12 digital mixer.
For home/studio use they are fine .. for professional use, they need to be babied way too much to be reliable in general.
This was the DX1000 ...
I said those who are first starting out will buy cheap gear that's not high quality simply because they just don't know the difference. Now obviously there are those on here who have many years experience that know better. Keep in mind I said normally a newbie starting out will buy cheap crappy gear. Some will know better because they did their homework. My personal experience is I learned as I got more serious about things.
My old laptop was not crappy at all. It was just old and time to upgrade.I actually gave it some serious thought. So many people have luck with the IP series of speakers by Turbosound, that I thought I would give them a shot. I had the IP3000 and LOVED the sound... hated the weight of the sub. They SHOULD be a decent addition to the DB Technology gear.
I will give my garage review a bit later. No events until late June, for now because of the corobo. TWENTY TWO events have rescheduled or cancelled.
Not a ton of posts about new gear, except for Mix's crappy laptop and speaker skrims, so I figured I would post.