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CAT: E2 HEADRUSH
21 Jan 13
Phrase sampler guitar effects pedal, fantastic tape echo effect and performance looper
Review: The Akai Professional E2 Head Rush combines delay, tape echo, and a looping recorder in a single pedal. User-selectable delay options allow for maximum control of output signal. Real-time feedback and gain adjustment as well as echo rate enable sounds to be shaped with precision.
The E2 Head Rush also simulates a 4-head analog-tape machine with control of decay and spacing between virtual-tape heads to create complex multiple delays and repeats. The signal from each virtual head appears on an individual output for multiple returns when used with an external mixing console or multiple amps.
Looping Recorder mode enables you to record and overdub layer after layer of sound in real-time, making the E2 Head Rush an unbelievable live performance tool.
Depending upon which mode is selected, the left footswitch controls the on/off and play/stop functions while the right footswitch sets the tap delay time or recording and overdub options. The LED display indicates which effect in use and blinks in time showing the delay time selected.
The E2 Head Rush empowers you to bring back sounds of yesterday, blend them with the ruggedness and flexibility of today's technology, and add new functionality. Every effect-pedal board needs one.
28 Nov 11
Alesis 3632 Dual Channel Compressor/Limiter/Gate
Review: The Alesis 3632 Compressor is a follow-up to the 3630 Compressor; the most popular dynamics processor ever made.
The Alesis 3632 Compressor builds on the popular design and features of its predecessor. This easy-to-use unit provides two independent full-featured compressor/ limiters in one compact rack space with excellent sonic quality for any application from studio recording to live sound or broadcast.
The 3632's compressor attack and release times can be automatically set dependent on the source material, or full manual control can be exercised. The unit can function as either two separate processors, or stereo linked to provide true stereo compression. An adjustable expander/gate and very low distortion Voltage Control Amplifiers (VCA) deliver smooth sound.
A sidechain function allows the 3632 Compressor to be placed in an external effects loop, while a second, internal sidechain employs a switchable low-cut filter to help control pumping due to heavy low-frequency content. LED meters on each channel display gain reduction and input/output levels.
CAT: ZB 273
08 Apr 13
Universal 2 mode A/B footswitch for guitar amp or instrument output selection
Review: When you need to switch between amps or instruments during a live performance, let the Instrument/ Amp Selector AB100 be your personal light-speed stagehand.
This must-have stomp box features a primary input, a dedicated output and an additional output that can double as a second input. Just flip the Mode switch to determine whether you want to use two instruments through one amp or one instrument through two amps.
With its two dedicated Level dials, you can precisely determine the amount of volume you want to send to each amp, or the level of the signals from your two instruments. A top-quality on/off switch ensures noise-free, instantaneous operation, and dual LED indicators show which inputs or output are activated. You can power the AB100 pedal with either a 9V battery or the Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
CAT: ZB 530
08 Apr 13
Authentic tube sound overdrive pedal for bass guitar
Review: Get rich, tube-like distortion, smooth sustain and super-fat tone! Here's an overdrive pedal that supports the entire frequency range of bass guitars, even 5 & 6-stringers. The best part of all, the Bass Overdrive BOD400 was designed specifically for bass, so the bottom-end won't drop out when you pull the trigger.
CAT: ZB 437
15 Apr 13
Stereo delay & echo effects pedal
Review: The DD600 is the ultimate digital delay effects pedal for subtle to substantial echo delays. Compare it to delay boxes costing three times as much and you'll find yourself returning to this remarkable pedal every time. The pedal has dedicated Mode, Delay Time, Feedback and Level controls for awesome sound shaping, which results in 24-bit high-resolution stereo delay, echo and panning effects with delay times of up to 2000 milliseconds. Modes include 4 tempo settings, 4 delay settings (exclusive of delay time), E/D and Reverse. The featured Real Sound Modeling (RSM) processor emulates true acoustic environments, delivering ultra-realistic sound to your ears. Other features include an extra Pan Out output, a bright blue LED to indicate the power status and battery condition, as well as an electronic bypass footswitch which preserves signal integrity. The DD600 can be powered by either the Behringer PSU-SB DC power supply or a typical 9V battery.
CAT: ZB 471
08 Apr 13
Digital stereo reverb effects pedal
Review: You wouldn't think of using anything less than best reverb you could get in the studio. So why skimp on the 'verb at your live gig? Now you can add studio-grade reverb to any amp with the mind-blowing Digital Reverb DR600.
This 24-bit, high-resolution collection packs six of the most desired reverb types (Spring, Plate, Hall, Room, Gate and Modulate) into the ultimate to-go package. With its dual output jacks, you will dazzle your audience with true stereo reverb.
Just select the reverb type with the Mode control, and then dial in the Level, Tone and Time. It just doesn't get any easier than this. The blue LED tells you when the DR600 is activated, and the top-quality on/off switch maintains incredible signal integrity when in bypass mode. You can power the DR600 with a 9V battery or Behringer's PSU-SB DC power supply (not included).
CAT: ZB 211
08 Apr 13
Feedback Destroyer & Parametric EQ with 40 FBQ filters & 96 kHz sampling rate
Review: The FBQ2496 Feedback Destroyer Pro is the fastest feedback suppressor on the market (less than 0.2 seconds) and the only one to offer a 96 kHz sampling rate. This rack-mountable audio solution is the quick, easy way to protect yourself and your audience from feedback.
Using an ultra-fast feedback detection algorithm, the FBQ2496 automatically and intelligently locates up to 20 feedback frequencies per channel. The algorithm then sets extremely narrow notch filters (up to 1/60th of an octave) to eliminate feedback frequencies, leaving the remainder of your signal virtually untouched. And with the Set-and-Forget default setting, plus the Panic button, the Feedback Destroyer can be up and running in a matter of seconds.
The Auto Mode continuously monitors the mix, resetting programmed filters automatically, while the Manual Mode allows individual programming of up to 40 fully-parametric filters with frequency, bandwidth and gain adjustment. Open MIDI architecture makes future firmware updates and flexible communication with digital equipment exceedingly simple.
With the FBQ2496's various modes, you can master just about any live sound situation or use the unit as a creative sound-shaping tool. A single FBQ2496 can protect you from feedback in both your mono PA mains and a monitor mix. And the FBQ2496 is more than just handy, it's affordable!
CAT: ZB 147
15 Apr 13
Audiophile 31 band stereo graphic equalizer with FBQ Feedback Detection System
Review: Professional audio engineers have known for decades that a good EQ makes all the difference in how a performance is perceived. Although multi-band graphic equalizers have been around for a long time, they have changed very little, until now!
The FBQ-Pro series features a low cut filter, in addition to the frequency faders, to help remove unwanted low frequencies such as floor rumble, room resonance, or electrical hum. All three FBQ-Pro models feature a dedicated subwoofer output with an adjustable (30 - 200 Hz) cut-off frequency. Balanced XLR outs are provided so you can connect to power amps, or directly to your active subwoofers, without any additional hardware.
The ingenius Feedback Detection System circuitry helps you recognize and eliminate feedback frequencies immediately. When feedback is sensed in a specific frequency range, the LED on that frequency range's fader lights up, so you know at a glance which fader to lower to eliminate the feedback.
Behringer Ultragraph Pro series equalizers take a giant leap forward technologically, providing robust feature sets and our proprietary FBQ Feedback Detection System, at a price that makes them a must-have for anyone who records or operates a live sound system.
CAT: ZB 443
15 Apr 13
Ultimate filter modeling effects pedal
Review: Your guitar is designed to deliver a tasty range of tones, from rich lows to warm mids to chiming highs. But when you start pulling certain frequencies out of the equation with the help of the FM600 Filter Machine, cool and unusual things start happening.
From funky wah-like sounds to off-the-wall, vocal-like squall, the FM600 can take your sound to some truly alien territory. This pedal is equipped with Behringer's Real Sound Modeling technology to make your guitar sound like it is in an acoustically perfect environment of its own design. It must be heard to be believed!
Choose from a Band Pass, Low Pass or Twin Pass, then flip the POL switch to determine whether the filter applies to high or low frequencies. Fine-tune this funky sound with the dedicated Sensitivity, Range and Peak dials. The blue LED tells you when it's activated, and the tough On/ Off switch maintains excellent signal integrity in bypass mode. You can power the FM600 with a 9 V battery or a DC power supply (not included).
CAT: ZB 532
15 Apr 13
Noise Reduction Effects Pedal
Review: So you love the bite, twang and snap of single-coil pickups but can't stand the nasty hum that comes along for the ride: plug into the Behringer Noise Reducer NR300 and kiss unwanted noise goodbye for good!
The NR300 actually functions as two pedals in one. In Reduction mode, you can adjust the dedicated Threshold and Decay dials to keep all your tone and dynamics intact, but effectively eliminate hum from the picture. In Mute mode, the NR300 becomes a super-quiet on/off switch for your instrument.
Operation couldn't be easier. The NR300 features two LEDs, one to indicate when it's activated, another to indicate when it's suppressing noise. You can power this pedal with either a 9 V battery or the PSU-SB DC power supply (not included). And the top-quality on/off switch maintains absolutely noise-free operation.