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Behringer FBQ1000 - Ecualizador fbq-1000 und.

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  • Introduzca su número de modelo más arriba para comprobar que sirve.
  • Alto rendimiento 2 canales de eliminación de realimentación y Ecualizador Parametrico.
  • Automaticamente y de forma inteligente localiza y destruye hasta 24 frecuencias.
  • El modo automatico controla aaautomticamente la mezcla y ajusta inmediatamente los filtros.
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Peso del producto1,9 Kg
Dimensiones del producto19,5 x 48,3 x 4,4 cm
Número de modelo del productoFBQ1000
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Producto en desde31 de marzo de 2013
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Single-Shot detecta y destruye la retroalimentación y bloquea el filtro hasta que se restablece manualmente. El modo manual permite ajustar hasta 24 filtros paramétricos con parámetros de frecuencia individual ancho de banda y ganancia. MIDI implementación y preselección de usuario memorizadas. Entradas y salidas balanceadas y servo-balanceadas con TRS 1/4'' y conectores XLR chapados en oro.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The ability to reduce/remove feedback by this is amazing. 21 de agosto de 2016
Por JOHN P TROMBLY - Publicado en
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I wish I'd bought this years ago! The ability to reduce/remove feedback by this is amazing.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 10 de agosto de 2016
Por Alan R. - Publicado en
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Works fine...but I don't understand all the capabilities yet.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I Really Wanted the FBQ1000 to be the Answer to our Feedback Problems !!! 19 de julio de 2014
Por Donald W. Coley - Publicado en
Helping a four person Blues-Rock band with Live Sound is a real challenge! They play small clubs and bars, as well as outdoor gigs. For a former radio and TV broadcast engineer, there's a steep "learning curve" to get to where I can really help "make it sound Better". From the start, feedback has been a problem, particularly with Monitor Sound (much worse than FOH). I was so excited to see the new technology offered by the new Automatic Feedback "Destroyers" !!! I was hoping it would make my job much easier and do minimal "Damage" to their sound (because a DSP Filters b/w can be so narrow). The GOOD NEWS is that when the FBQ1000 starts to work in Mode1 or Mode3, it is fast and clever (as long as it gets sufficient Level IN). If your source(s) vary from "quiet", to Loud and back, you will need to boost and cut the gain going into the FBQ and reduce and raise it coming out, to keep the FBQ "Happy", or it will not find and fix any feedback. The factory 'happy' range is 0dB to -6dB, but you can change that. Giving the FBQ the levels it wants, while keeping the band where they want to be, can take some effort. As it Identifies feedback, the filters automatically "lock" and kill it. That Works !!! THE BAD NEWS is that once all twelve filters have locked, the FBQ quickly messes up the sound, as an earlier reviewer reported. He would just reset all filters and start over each time it happened. We tried this, but it was not a good experience. After two gigs with the FBQ watching over the Vocals, we discussed what was Good and Not so Good about it and decided to return it. We believe the FBQ1000 is not the right tool for us and ended up going "old school" with an ART HQ-231 Dual 31-Band EQ, which we NOW LOVE !!!!! The ART lets us "See" what is happening in real-time and react to it quickly, then it DOESN'T CHANGE!!! The filters are broader than with the FBQ, but do not damage the sound like the FBQ did. In the end, we felt we could "Trust" the ART to do what we asked and not mess up. Last nights' gig confirmed that. Also, we now believe that the FBQ1000 did not have enough filters for our monitor sound. Five open mics on stage times two wedges gives 10 feedback frequencies, before we even start to deal with reflections. For a solo performer (or duo?) it might be just fine. - Donald Coley -
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You need to know what you're doing! 4 de noviembre de 2013
Por The Sanman 1111 - Publicado en
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This is a great product and it's helping me curve the frequency response on my home sub setup, however, I'm still not 100% on how to get this thing to do EXACTLY what I need it to do. This thing is not just a simple "plug-in-and-go" component, the different uses of the jog wheel to adjust everything from bandwidth, filter, frequency, and gain can be a bit confusing, I would've opted for something with individual knobs for adjustment had I known it was going to be this difficult. The instruction manual might as well tell you how to cook a steak with a toaster, it's useless...and the "full on-line" version is no help either. As it says in the title, you need to know what you're doing before you go making adjustments on this thing with your gear running; because I'm not a hardcore audiophile I damn near fried my sub and amplifier with this thing running low frequency sweeps. I have a Behringer EP4000 pushing an RE Audio XXX 18" sub...they got hot real fast because the gain and bandwidth were maxed out, blasting a 25Hz was cool at the time, but if my friend hadn't smelled the coil heating up on the sub, I'd be out some decently expensive least as far as the sub goes anyway. I'm wondering if anyone could help me out and let me know if there's a way to curve each frequency setting (20hz, 25hz, 32hz, etc) as far as gain and bandwidth are concerned, or if it's pretty much a "pick a frequency to increase or decrease" type of component...aside from it's original purpose, of course.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Does what it's supposed to do 18 de marzo de 2012
Por C. Gorin - Publicado en
For the money, the FBQ1000 gets the job done. When it detects feedback, it notches the frequency out and suppresses it in .2 seconds, which I understand is the fastest of anything on the market. You have 10 preset modes which can function in mono feedback suppression, stereo suppression,i.e., 2-channel FOH and mons, and combinations of feedback suppression and parametric EQ. It will also act as a full-up 1/3 octave parametric EQ. At this price, that alone is a good deal. The manual is terrible, so you need to know what you're doing as far as monitor placement and fundamental studio/live skills are concerned. if you DO know what you're doing, this unit does a lot for the money. It accepts XLR and 1/4" TRS/TS inputs and outputs, which is very handy for my needs.