Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRACURVE PRO DEQ2496
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The Sound Guy, B&H Photo
22 March 2013
Excerpt: I am using the DEQ2496 to analyze and clean up the sound on several PA systems I use at church. I have used it on my home stereo and on some of the speakers I have built. I am very happy with the results and have had several people comment on the improvements.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Great Performance, Great Sound Quality, Lots Of Useful Features
Excerpt: Use for system EQ in my audiophile setup. Works like a charm. Has hardwire bypass so you can determine if it's adding any coloration. I don't hear any with my system.My system has a Pro sound amp so I use the XLR jacks.I let it auto EQ my system in stereo so there is no degradation in imaging or...
Excerpt: Works perfectly as the delay I purchased it for. Can independently delay the main and aux outs as much as 300ms. That it's a great EQ and compressor/limiter is a wonderful bonus. It's a bit of a pain to learn to operate, but once you figure out the interface conventions it's not too bad.
Summary: Had this for a while now, testing and using mostly in an audiophile stereo setup. Was a bit skeptical from other reviews of this unit (heat issues and such). But Behringer hasn't upgraded it with a new version for nearly a decade now. For me, it seems to work amazingly well.
Excerpt: I purchased this impressive device several weeks ago, and it has taken me about that long to figure out all the features on this thing. Don't misunderstand me, the manual is well written, and the controls all make sense. There are simply that many useful features.
Summary: I've got this baby in the digital path between my PC and my DAC, to adjust for room acoustics, enhance the stereo image, etc. The functionality is huge and it seems to sound great. If you are technically inclined and/or a gadget nerd like myself, this thing is just irresistible for the price.