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Loudspeaker Management System de la marque Behringer appartenant à la série Feedback Destroyer

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Behringer has presented two "feedback destroyers", the FBQ1000 & FBQ100.

The FBQ1000 is a “feedback destroyer/parametric EQ” with 24 FBQ filters.
FBQ1000 Features
  • 2-channel “Feedback Destroyer” and Parametric EQ
  • Locates and “destroys” up to 24 frequencies
  • FBQ filters designed for feedback suppression
  • Auto mode monitors the mix and sets filters
  • Single-Shot mode designed to “detect and destroy” feedback plus lock the filter until you reset it manually
  • Manual mode designed to allow setting of up to 24 fully parametric filters with individual frequency, bandwidth and gain parameters
  • MIDI implementation and user preset memories for program recalls
  • Balanced inputs and servo-balanced outputs with ¼'' TRS and gold-plated XLR connectors

 

The FBQ100 is a “feedback destroyer with integrated microphone preamp, delay line, noise gate and compressor”.

Shark FBQ100 Features

  • Single channel “feedback destroyer” with integrated microphone preamp, delay line, noise gate and compressor
  • Locates and “destroys” up to 8 feedback frequencies
  • FBQ filters designed for feedback suppression
  • Mic/Line input with Gain control and +48 V phantom power
  • Delay line with up to 2.5 seconds of delay, adjustable in meters, feet and msec
  • Noise gate with automatic and manual parameter settings
  • Automatic compressor with variable density
  • Subsonic filter with adjustable cut-off frequency
  • Balanced inputs and servo-balanced outputs with ¼'' TRS and gold-plated XLR connectors

 

For more details, visit www.behringer.com/EN.

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