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  • SlapKidSlapKid

    nice and original

    Behringer Spectrum Enhancer SE200 Published on 04/06/12 at 08:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have a few months, this is an analog effect type enhancer ...
    Two buttons, one for the mix of the effect in the sound and the other for the affected frequency.
    The bypass is no interference, the LED's as well dab too strong.

    USE

    It's childish, first paste it to a power supply AC109 style quality.
    Then we put the balance in the middle to select the frequency with the other button, then rebalance once found it for good this time.
    Past the midpoint effect becomes tough in the sense that the original frequencies are stepped on.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It's nice because the frequencies ranging from low-mid to high-medium, typical guitar. The profit compared with an equalizer beast is…
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    I have a few months, this is an analog effect type enhancer ...
    Two buttons, one for the mix of the effect in the sound and the other for the affected frequency.
    The bypass is no interference, the LED's as well dab too strong.

    USE

    It's childish, first paste it to a power supply AC109 style quality.
    Then we put the balance in the middle to select the frequency with the other button, then rebalance once found it for good this time.
    Past the midpoint effect becomes tough in the sense that the original frequencies are stepped on.

    SOUND QUALITY

    It's nice because the frequencies ranging from low-mid to high-medium, typical guitar. The profit compared with an equalizer beast is that it blows little or not at all, and the flexibility of its issued is respected, not hardened.

    Concretely we can go up fixed wah, very convincing. What I prefer is a moderate action (scale 8-9 hrs) and an additional frequency tone button of my distortion that I place before, allowing many variations.
    As the enhancer effect pushes her to the forefront, that's your solo channel!

    Clean sound that's just as nice, it gives much more allure to an amp a bit flat kind v55bugera or ordinary transistor.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Well, I have not used at high volume or in an effects loop currently. In a lazy loop amp that would be ideal in terms of sound.

    A versatile acting, single to be paid on the fly, ridiculous price.
    The only reference I have is a EH2 enhancer bosses, and it's different in that it is content to refresh basic sound. The Bébert allows him to modify the basic sound well, so it's more guitar effects.
    The two are very different, and the boss is unparalleled to revive your sound without changing (like sonic maximizer bbe actually).

    That is, in case of high volume surprises I will update.
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  • SlapKidSlapKid

    nice and original

    Behringer Spectrum Enhancer SE200 Published on 04/06/12 at 08:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I've had a few months, this is an analog type enhancer effect ...
    Two buttons, one to the mix effect in the sound and the other for the frequency allocation.
    The bypass makes no noise, the LED is too strong as dab.

    UTILIZATION

    It's childish, first paste him a quality power supply AC109 style.
    Then you put the balance in the middle to choose the frequency with the other button, and then rebalance once found it for good this time.
    Past the midpoint of the effect becomes more tough in the fact that the original frequencies are stepped on.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is nice because the frequency range from low-to medium-medium high, typical guitar. Earnings compared to a b…
    Read more
    I've had a few months, this is an analog type enhancer effect ...
    Two buttons, one to the mix effect in the sound and the other for the frequency allocation.
    The bypass makes no noise, the LED is too strong as dab.

    UTILIZATION

    It's childish, first paste him a quality power supply AC109 style.
    Then you put the balance in the middle to choose the frequency with the other button, and then rebalance once found it for good this time.
    Past the midpoint of the effect becomes more tough in the fact that the original frequencies are stepped on.

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is nice because the frequency range from low-to medium-medium high, typical guitar. Earnings compared to a beast equalizer is that it blows little if at all, and that the flexibility of its issued is respected, not hardened.

    Concretely we can go up to the fixed wah, very convincing. What I prefer is a moderate effect (scale of 8-9 hrs) and a complementary frequency knob of my distortion tone that I set before, allowing many variations.
    As the enhancer effect pushes the sound to the forefront, that's your channel solo!

    In its clear this is just as nice, it gives much more to look a little flat like an amp or transistor v55bugera ordinary.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Well, I did not used to high volume or in an effects loop for now. Loop in an amp lazy it would be ideal in terms of sound.

    Indeed a versatile, easy to adjust on the fly, ridiculous price.
    The only reference I have is a EH2 enhancer boss, and it's different in that he simply refresh his base. The Bebert allows him to properly change the basic sound, so it's more guitar effects.
    The two are very different, and the boss is unparalleled to revive your sound without changing it (like sonic maximizer bbe actually).

    That is, if high volume surprises I will update.
    See less
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