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LDpickerLDpicker

Behringer Echo Machine EM600Published on 01/15/09 at 07:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Of delay pedals cho numrique offering three types: digital, analog, tape
many modes are available: rptition the black triplet slapback, swell, ducking, multi ping pong and so on (see the card of behringer site).

2 inputs, 2 outputs, battery or AC adapter
4 knobs rglages more of the mode dial: Mix, # of rptitions, time, level on rptition modulation (chorus, vibrato and pitch depending on mode selected)

Tap Tempo

anything that fits in a small box was put t (no MIDI)

UTILIZATION

Pretty easy to use, even when it is necessary some time to scan all modes and combinations.
I did not use the manual provided (English, French, available on the website behringer very useful for...…
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Of delay pedals cho numrique offering three types: digital, analog, tape
many modes are available: rptition the black triplet slapback, swell, ducking, multi ping pong and so on (see the card of behringer site).

2 inputs, 2 outputs, battery or AC adapter
4 knobs rglages more of the mode dial: Mix, # of rptitions, time, level on rptition modulation (chorus, vibrato and pitch depending on mode selected)

Tap Tempo

anything that fits in a small box was put t (no MIDI)

UTILIZATION

Pretty easy to use, even when it is necessary some time to scan all modes and combinations.
I did not use the manual provided (English, French, available on the website behringer very useful for some functions)

SOUND QUALITY

I use between a telecaster and an amp lamp and also a jazz box and a half Electroacoustic.

the sound is good trs mode digital, analog or a tape seems good but I do not really have the ear of references.

it is fairly quiet, it amplifies the parasite lgrement captured by the simple micro TV, nothing good mchant to play, to record a clean sound you will have to eliminate parasites source.
Edict of 09/12/10: even when there is the breath and it eats a little sound in bypass

certain modes of rptition seem difficult to use, for everyday use is done without problem, thank you tap tempo!

OVERALL OPINION

I've had days with qques qques hour of Use.
the sound quality is comparable to the appointment line6 echo park, in fact we tell her clone but less than 50 euros!

report quality price for recreational use is excellent for intensive use is probably more lightweight than other concurrent.

choice given that I do it again as my budget. I complterai qques the notice in time with more perspective.
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SlapKidSlapKid

Behringer Echo Machine EM600Published on 04/12/09 at 10:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I bought it two months ago, with her sister RV600 reverb (which would never light up, typical Bébert unfortunately! Back then the latter).
I wanted to feature a rare, two in fact, a pedal:
A mix can go a hundred percent essential for any parallel effects loop (mesa, marshall, yamaha) for failing to phase problems
2 The position ducking delay, a delay AUTOMATIC if you are not dreaming! It's like a friend who engages you as soon as you scratch more, great top!

UTILIZATION

Alim not too sturdy nickel binding, Ibanez AC109, as always, to avoid any concern.
The switch has two functions, one-off and supporting more than two seconds switches to tap tempo, very convenient. Line 6 is...…
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I bought it two months ago, with her sister RV600 reverb (which would never light up, typical Bébert unfortunately! Back then the latter).
I wanted to feature a rare, two in fact, a pedal:
A mix can go a hundred percent essential for any parallel effects loop (mesa, marshall, yamaha) for failing to phase problems
2 The position ducking delay, a delay AUTOMATIC if you are not dreaming! It's like a friend who engages you as soon as you scratch more, great top!

UTILIZATION

Alim not too sturdy nickel binding, Ibanez AC109, as always, to avoid any concern.
The switch has two functions, one-off and supporting more than two seconds switches to tap tempo, very convenient. Line 6 is better of course, and can even adjust the tempo delay off ...
Switch to finish the super trails when the delay off, another very useful for inter color effect (digital-tape-echo, my favorite).
Makes it easy to use.

SOUND QUALITY

First of all, it's not jojo from scratch and amp because it eats the sound completely (also in bypass), even with the best will in the world it will not. It is very clear.
I put it in a parallel loop so it does not bother me (my harley benton dd2 is the same), but it is the direct cata.

However, the ducking delay has already attracted a lot of friends since I have is that as great as it is simple, indispensable.
The ping-pong, well unless you are a sacred plant (high-amp line-out-EM600-two active monitors ...) it is not possible due to poor pedal in a direct line. Already in mono then stereo ...

The echopark of chiadée line6 is much more, but hey zavez vz its price?

OVERALL OPINION

As far as I am (parallel loop) and 49roros, it will not I moaned. I prefer without ducking my harley dd2.
But at home with headphones is so bad that neither one nor two I bought the line6, and there's really another world.

Like her sister was defective, and number of effects that Bébert I bought over the past 3 years, you are taking a significant risk so watch out the terms of reference / hidden charges for repairs. It's awful on their part, especially with the current means of production it is possible to make reliable cheap ...
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Behringer Echo Machine EM600Published on 01/16/10 at 04:19
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ECHO MACHINE EM600
This stomp box modeling stereo echo recreates all
delay effects analog, digital and tape. Through its many settings
adjustable, the EM600 is ideal regardless of the color desired sound, the echo
vintage tape to digital delay through the analog BBD delay.
1. CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
Top view
The MIX control adjusts the volume of the delay effect.
REPEAT button sets the number of signal repetitions.
The TIME control adjusts the delay time. The range of possible values ​​depends on
delay mode selected. The delay time determines the speed of succession
repetitions. When TIME is in MIN position, the pedal sounds like a chorus or
flanger. You can...…
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ECHO MACHINE EM600
This stomp box modeling stereo echo recreates all
delay effects analog, digital and tape. Through its many settings
adjustable, the EM600 is ideal regardless of the color desired sound, the echo
vintage tape to digital delay through the analog BBD delay.
1. CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
Top view
The MIX control adjusts the volume of the delay effect.
REPEAT button sets the number of signal repetitions.
The TIME control adjusts the delay time. The range of possible values ​​depends on
delay mode selected. The delay time determines the speed of succession
repetitions. When TIME is in MIN position, the pedal sounds like a chorus or
flanger. You can also enter the delay time by pressing on the beat
the foot switch pedal. The value thus input is erased when you
Again turn the TIME button.
The MODE switch lets you choose the delay:
The ON / BATT LED illuminates when the effect is active. She also serves
Status indicator of the stack.
The switch foot pedal used to activate / deactivate the effect. It is also used to
tempo input: maintain the foot pedal depressed for at least two seconds
accessing the input mode, then pressed repeatedly in rhythm. To exit
input mode, tempo, keep the pedal down again for at least two
seconds.
Connect your instrument to the inputs IN A and IN B to 6.3 mm mono jacks. Uses
only the IN A for a single source and two entries for
stereo signal (from a multi-effects for example).
Connects OUT A and OUT B 6.3 mm mono jacks to your amp.
Use only the OUT A for a mono signal or two outputs
a stereo signal.
Potentiometer MOD allows you to add a modulation effect interesting
delay. The modulation effects differ depending on the position of the selector
TYPE: ANALOG = vibrato, chorus = DIGITAL, TAPE = slight flutter of a tape.
Use the TYPE selector to choose the type of delay among three variations: TAPE
(Delay with little treble), DIG (Digital Delay) or ANALOG (delay its gross
slightly saturated).
ECHO MACHINE EM600
TRAILS selector prevents repetition of the delay to be interrupted
when you disable the effect.
Use the DC IN connection to plug in a block of 9 V power supply (not included).
The BATTERY COMPARTMENT is located underneath the pedal cover. To install or replace
9 V battery (not included), press on the hinges with a ballpoint pen and remove
the pedal cover taking care not to scratch it.

UTILIZATION

very easy to use
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Echo Machine EM600
  • Category: Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 11/05/2008

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Other names: echo machine em600, echomachineem600, echo machine em 600, em600, em 600, Echo Machine EM600, Echo Machine EM 600

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