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...
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.
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.
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!!
Excerpt: The Behringer Shark DSP110 is a unique multi-fx and anti-feedback unit that is designed to be used with live PA systems. It features an ultra low-noise Mic/Line input stage with Gain control (and +48 V phantom power), automatic
Excerpt: Analog Preamp, everything has been said before, compressor, feedback suppression. Config general condition of having a simple notions of cuts. Anti feedback filters of 12 frequencies a bit too much for my taste.