None of us can predict the future (as much as I try). JR
Do not mistake an aggressive PR campaign for "a company who cares". Uli is still playing damage control for the years of bad mouthing his brand has taken. Behringer is trying VERY hard to convince us that they have changed their ways by going above and beyond trying to fix issues like yours. Whether or not they keep this attitude up after they have taken the majority of the market is yet to be seen and will not be seen for at least another two or three years.
The new guys are entitled to their opinions based on their recent anecdotal experiences. This may seem as valid to them as our decades of experience seems to us. I grow weary of lecturing history to students that don't care a lick, so why should I?
Loren,Unlike other people I don't have crystal balls, mine are brass. My take on the service you've received is simplistic. One product, one small group of people whose primary job is to insure the product launch is a success. Rest assured that fly guy's cost plenty of cash regardless of the product, and this practice won't become the norm. The leopards spots haven't changed. It's the Earl Shieb paint job that makes them harder to see.
I'm not sure if this is at least partially in response to the experience I shared or not, but to be clear: At no point was I ever trying to down play or ignore a history of poor products and borderline and/or blatant copyright infringement. I've had a few negative experiences with their gear myself in the past. I was merely speaking of my current positive experience with a product, and the manufacturer, and acknowledging the possibility that they might have legitimately changed for the better.
Wow. The time, talent and energy that went into this thread is enough to have put on some pretty impressive concerts. It makes me want to close my browser and make some music.
We don't make the music, we make it louder and share the love with the audience.
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