Behringer Ultramizer Pro DSP1424P
Behringer Ultramizer Pro DSP1424P

Ultramizer Pro DSP1424P, Exciter/Enhancer from Behringer.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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frankP_en's review

Behringer Ultramizer Pro DSP1424P
The multi-band program-adaptive compression plus limiting, and intuitive operation. Great to have to clean up and give the extra kick. The peak limiter, 3D stereo surround processing, noise reduction, transparent compression, exciter, and super-bass enhancer are all great effects to use. It's a digital powering 24bit resolution. I don't have this hooked up to my computer yet but I use it before the audio goes into the interface. I like to the best quality go in first, rather than later. It is Windows compatible. I use the XLR's in and out. Great output and yes, this is rackable.


You do have to play around with the setup but when get the hang of things it rocks. Different instruments calls for different settings. It is very easy to set the effects. Mostly just press the button of the effect and spin the wheel to edit it sounds right. Honestly, I don't read the manuals. I do browse over them, but I like to discover my own way on how to use the equipment. If I'm really stuck, I'll go to the manual.


Great effects. Good output resolution. 24bit. 20Hz - 20kHz frequency response. MIDI compatibility. The effects I use the most of the high frequencies and low frequencies. You can really get rid of that hiss or add it. You can turn a muddy sound into a clean, clear sound. Now the low end, the bass. Let me tell you, it rocks. I use this for drums and bass guitar. You can add so much extra bass, it really kicks your heavy sound up. Works great on the foot kicker on the drum set also. The one I don't like to set is the compressor because I always have a hard time deciding how long a sound should last. Do you hit the cymbal and have it ring to 3 seconds or 7? The more compression you use, effects the quality of the audio.


I've had this for 2 years and used it for both of my CD's. It really helps in bumping the sound levels up. I like the piece of equipment in general. Good to use, and user friendly. There are not too many sound enhancers out there and I knew Behringer was trust worthy for sound. $99 to purchase. No problem. I would buy another and use two if I could.