Reviews and Problems with Behringer VIRTUALIZER PRO DSP2024P
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Nice unit for the price.
14 April 2009
Summary: I just added this as the last part of my audio chain and I like it.It does alot of other things that can make for some interesting combinations but for now just a hint of "plate" reverb sounds pretty good.
Summary: I have this unit and I am very happy with it it produces good effects but you need to be careful if you are running other outboard equipment to be careful to not overdrive the low end (Bass) as it has a tendency to muddy up the audio simply because it does not make slight adjustment in Q in makes a wider frequency adjustment. the processor has lots of effects and if it is setup correctly it will work great for you.
Summary: i have this unit for the past months,first for all what it does the price is excellent.plug it to my 2 radios and ft 920 and a ts 570 both with studio mikes plus a behringer ub802 and a deq 1502. knowing that those radios filters are just 2.4 thats the range i equalize and bingo works.excellent audio from the 2 rigs.reports on the air and recordings from amateurs around the world proove it.the dsp 2024p make a difference on the audio chain.