Reviews and Problems with Behringer ULTRAGRAPH PRO FBQ6200
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Perfect room equalizer
Andy8400, B&H Photo
23 May 2013
Excerpt: Some audiophiles prefer purism, using the minimum number of components between source and speakers for home audio listening. I find that overcoming my listening room's negative influences does more good than any harm that could conceivably generated by an equalizer insertion. The Behringer has no audible distortion to speak of (I can't hear any) but its benefits from its room correction cannot be overemphasized.
Excerpt: This is a relatively large, professional, graphic equalizer. The LED display is easy to read in any environment. The ability to monitor the basic dynamic range as well as the frequency range is an excellent combination. Accuracy, S/N, and distortion performance appear to match its impressive specs. Note however, that it does run fairly hot, consuming around 34 watts.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound Quality
Excerpt: I have reviewed several equalizers, and I have fond the Ultragraph Pro FBQ6200 to be a professional unit. It has 2 channels, Low Frequency cut offs, level displays, lighted slide switches, and many things too numerous to mention. I am completelly satisfied with the unit, and would not hesitate to buy another or recommend it to anyone, including the professional audiophile. There is really nothing not to like. An equalizer is euipment that is cut and dry.