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! Each of these lanes represents a specific frequency band. The low-frequency sound range requires special attention. Speaking of special low-frequency tools, the FBQ also has a dedicated subwoofer output with an adjustable 30 — 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.

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Log in Become a member. Product presentation. Price engine. Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe. Write a user review Ask for a user review. Like Tweet Submit. Average Score: 3. Not satisfied with those reviews? Request a new review. Sort by most recent most useful. The Behringer Ultragraph Pro Series is an analog effects unit that is exactly what the name states.

It is indeed a rack mountable piece of gear and it will take up two rack space units. It also has two other knobs to control the level of output coming out from the unit. I've never seen the manual for the Behringer Ultragraph Pro so I can't speak to how helpful it would be, but the unit is easy enough to figure out without one. Don't get me wrong, it is definitely a clean sounding EQ but sometimes I feel like Behringer products get hyped up a little bit so maybe I was expecting more.

Either way, the Behringer Ultragraph Pro is a great EQ that will output just as clean of a signal as you send into it. While I usually prefer to use parametric EQs as I find them to have more control over your sound, this unit does provide a good amount of options and plenty of bands.

I'm a huge fan of all products made by Behringer so I decided to check out this EQ and while Moog clearly isn't known for their signal processing gear, they definitely did a great job with this unit overall. While I wouldn't recommend it if you are looking for a single EQ to use for your home studio, it is a great addition to any studio looking to expand their outboard gear.

The only problem is that these are extremely rare and hard to find and I really just got lucky. If you are a fan of Behringer and are also an audio engineer, the Behringer Ultragraph Pro is a must try. Buy at Amazon. Did you find this review helpful? There is certainly more interesting digital release.

For a lower price than the competition but Peu do you have a good sound? But I'm sure to impress is much better After use at home for about 7 years I decided finally to register a notice , I must admit that the product still works, but the bands are very fragilent and break very easily, and small lights diodes on the tapes, burn facilement. Et, I emphasize that I am any man who is careful in his musical instruments For me, the product is made job, but nothing more For those on a smaller budget: maybe If you have more money, go your way Thank you This is a very good product for the price, it certainly is not the DBX finish Description: - band stereo graphic equalizer analog - Feedback detection system instantaneous feedback frequencies can also be used as a spectrum analyzer - Dedicated limiters with indication of the level reduction on each channel protect your system against overload and distortion - Pink Noise Generator to correct the response of the sound system to the acoustics of the place - Subwoofer output XLR mono with dedicated level control and adjustable cutoff frequency - Low-cut filters and high-cut adjustable on each channel for the removal of residual noise such as beating up, the tape hiss, etc..

I use a sound system with low range and is perfect for me. I have not tried the other model but considering the price and quality, I do it again this choice without hesitation. This product is primarily a graphic equalizer 31 band analog twice what fun both channels. It also possde limiter per channel which can rgler rduction the magnitude of the gain "threshold" no other rglages for the limiter, 4 LEDs indicate the work of the limiter.

Gnrateur a pink noise will make the legalization of rglages using a spectrum analyzer. The equalizer also has a subwoofer output and a knob rglant the level of this output. In conventional operating mode of each fader strip possde a red LED that lets you know we put o fingers in the dark. Mode-detection feedback LEDs s'teignent and intensity varies with the volume of each band. So for the DTECT frquence that causes arsen just push a little microphone and the gain of the master. At the onset of feedback from the LED fader frquence causing the feedback, begins to shine more than others that trs net.

Just then the attnuer frequencies. Of course we can not always eliminate completely the feedback but it can considerably delay its coming. Level connections are the entries in 6.

The unit is rack-mount, in fact it is possible to dvisser the two steel plates cahque ct DSIR if you do not use rack and save space. The long stroke faders allows greater precision at dtriment congestion, 2U. Unfortunately it is a mania in Behringer, the knobs and faders are not really sturdy, it's not the top in terms of comfort, I do not like for example the knob of SETTING THE level of input e that possde notches, so a lower precision they are small especially the knobs.

The book is about him trsrduit a few pages but adequate and clear. When the device saturates must rush to lower the level of clicks to avoid strong, fortunately the limiter should avoid this kind of dsagrements, it works quite effectively and fawn with a rglage one very quick set up. I can not really comment on the sound quality of the device as a given that my Systm sound quality is pretty bad and I could not compare with other products equivalents. I love the design and reporting quality behringer price is really excellent.

Feedback from the dtecteur m'vitera dsormais lot of trouble. In short a good product for those who do not wish to make a fortune in this type of equipment but all the same who seek something serious. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more.


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