that is a pretty bold assessment. I'd describe them as 'market participating', not market leading.gs wrote:Whatever people here may think about Behringer as company (based on past products/history), they are quickly moving up the chain of command.
We used to laugh at Casio and their cheap home keyboards; now they are a market leader in good quality stage pianos and synths.
Arturia, Elektron, Korg are more what I'd call market leaders. They produce products that sell out frequently, and inspire imitators.
After releasing some serious products a few decades ago, they receded, until recently to products that run off batteries and have speakers in them. Toys basically. These new products of theirs do not appear to have any notable features that differentiate them.