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Behringer V-Tone Bass BDI21
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Behringer V-Tone Bass BDI21

Bass Amp Simulator from Behringer belonging to the V-Tone series.

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Published on 06/13/09 at 05:43
Value For Money : Poor
I said a clearer to set the record straight on time. - What are the effects or types of effects available? Overdrive particulirement zero, which is sorely lacking in efficiency has not really saturates rather it looks crappy parasite rotting us the sound, and more on my own sound becomes increasingly lame as and has as the battery is empty ... 0/10 Acute equalizer and low efficiency of a limit, but hey, if it is used not ^^ (I prefer that my amp). 2/10 A level not great, the prampli does its job and the level increases, but toujourstrspeu. 2/10 A knob of presence, meaning bring roundness to our sound. Rat 0/10 of a blend knob, which should be used to mix the original sound and the retouch, a can still be used. 5/10 A ground lift which has half walk. 3/10 - What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...) Analog - Are they ditables? Via a publisher Mac / PC? Not of course !! - What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI) Audio. the plug is gold plated male XLR (or it's fake) and has an output jack and asymmetrical between jack. The battery does not work unless the jack is plugged in 7/10 In. - Is this a rack or rack model? No, it's a pedal is placed on the floor. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Miscellaneous</span> This pedal works with a 9v battery that discharges by 3 hours' -_-, the phantom can not be used and not supplied power must have a polarity REVERSE story that buys the Behringer PSU. 0/10 There is obviously a true bypass, which cuts EVERYTHING, even the Pramp (dgringoladedu level ensures!) To do any editing to the sound of the bass 3/10. An LED indicates whether the pedal is operating. The case has the look of a painted piece of plastic money and this is the case. In the end I would extraordinarily gnreuse note of 2/10 because the Pramp pramplifie (and again).

USE

- Is Gnrale setup simple? Simply no! you turn the button and nothing (except level), it is very easy! 2/10 - The edition of sounds and effects is it easy? Idem. - The manual is clear and sufficient ... There is a proposal rglages but share nothing is explained Go 3/10, 2/10 for presets?.

SOUND QUALITY

- Are the effects effective and sufficiently ADAPTS GPs? - Which instruments do you use? - What are those you prfrez, you dtestez? Everything t said. I play on a G & L L2000 Tirbute and Jack & Danny passive jazz bass.

NOTICE GLOBAL

- How long have you use it? a year. - What is the particular feature you like best and least? Least see remains of the opinion The more see anywhere ... - Have you tried many other models before acqurir? This is my first. Certainly not my last, or monfidlecompagnon! - How do you report qualitprix? Zero quality / price riquiqui (actually it is quandmmehors price ^^). ame is not worth the money! - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ... No?. Behringer has done good things, but not. 1/10, because the Pramp pramplifie ... despite the interference. More I try to find some more chosed'intressantet I find nazes stuff ... I'm having trouble with the sale such notice ^^
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