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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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Publié le 11/29/08 à 01:38
(Originally written by bapt dj debutant/translated from Audiofanzine FR)


WARNING: the overdrive doesn't work at all. After just three weeks it started to generate strange and annoying noises when you turned the control beyond the first quarter.

UPDATE: the noise disappeared again. It could have been my mistake. -_-'

Very fragile controls. High battery consumption (5-hour battery operation)...

UTILIZATION

Beginners beware, the user's manual is clear but it doesn't explain all functions. The setting examples are very useful (slap, reggae, etc.)

SOUND QUALITY

The effects sound ok but the overdrive is not intense enough.

OVERALL OPINION

It's my first DI box... I know it was cheap but...

WARNING: the overdrive doesn't work at all. After just three weeks it started to generate strange and annoying noises when you turned the control beyond the first quarter.

UPDATE: the noise disappeared again. It could have been my mistake. -_-'

And the controls are VERY easily breakable! Handle them with care. I don't think I'll use this DI box anymore.

Once again, it's ok... for beginners! Don't forget to buy the external PSU because its battery life is very short...
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