Summary: This little device does wonders for your audio for not much money. I bought a $50.00 electret condenser microphone and stuck it on an old Kenwood MC-50 stand. With this and the Behringer SHARC DSP110 i have used it for the last 8 years with everything from a TS-130S, Omni VI+ to my latest rig which is a Yaesu FTDX-1200. Always get excellent unsolicited audio reports. The noise gate is top notch!
Summary: Well as promised, I have now had the little shark DSP-110 for about a year and a half now and wanted to update my first impression. The device has functioned perfectly to date. It does get a little hot so make sure it has adequate ventilation. In the good old days if you wanted to make your audio sound better you had to purchase auxiliary pieces of gear to equalize, compress, and or generally make your speaking voice as close to what you sound like in your living room.
Summary: This is a sharp bit of kit from Behringer, I use mainly the noise gate and compressor on this unit with outboard Behringer Eq hooked up with a studio microphone for processing before entering the microphone connector on the rig. The noise gate is very smooth and easy to use. I have it hooked up to my FT-920.
Summary: What can I say about this new product from Behringer... The Shark DSP 110 it's a great mic preamp, a wonderful noise-gate with good learning feature also the compressor is doing a great job. If this little "fish" had also a graphic EQ, it would been a complete solution for ham radio high quality modulation.
Summary: This is a GREAT piece of gear for your shack. Its a compressor, a limiter and a digital noisegate. Keeps audio levels the same, and the noisegate kills background noise. Retails for $99 but you can find it on line for about $70!!