NAMM: Behringer Unveils Reverb Modeling V-Verb Pro

Sounds like..      27/01/04

NAMM: Behringer Unveils Reverb Modeling V-Verb Pro
Another price busting unit from Behringer

Buying Choices
Behringers latest reverb unit offers two separate effects processors with 24-bit/96 kHz A/D and D/A converters. The two procesoosrs give you full 4-channel operation without any limitations up to 96 kHz. Modeled after world-class reverb processors – meaning that Behringer have emulated the algorythms of other units, the V-VERB PRO REV2496 boasts an ultra high-resolution SHARC® processor with 32-bit internal signal processing for ultimate sonic resolution.
  • soft push/turn encoders
  • big preset wheel
  • high-resolution graphic LCD display
  • TAP button for delay times
  • Additional high-quality modulation effects -X-over Delay to Chorus/Flanger
  • stereo compressor
  • separate ROM and user preset banks boasting up to 400 presets.
  • AES/EBU In/Out,
  • optical S/PDIF In/Out,
  • Wordclock In
  • MIDI function.
  • universal power supply Its open architecture design allows future software updates via MIDI.
  • Balanced inputs and outputs on ¼” TRS and gold-plated XLR connectors Shipping QTR 1 2004 price $309.99/ GBP£242


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