Behringer Edison EX1

Behringer Edison EX1

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Edison EX1, Other Studio Effect from Behringer.

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Behringer Edison EX1 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Edison EX1
  • Category: Other Studio Effects
  • Added in our database on: 07/17/2002

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Behringer Edison EX1 user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
 3 reviews100 %

philrud's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" essential!"

Behringer Edison EX1
Phasemeter: control and phase control. Setting the width, depth, lower midrange filter, on / off and LED meter calibration phase in degrees.


Ultra-simple, little buttons.


The effect is very subtle, it's just an investment in space is a voice, an instrument or a general mix.


14 YEARS / NO FAILURE; For the price, it's a bargain ...

stereosound's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Edison EX1
Processor to adjust the "width" of fields in the Stereo, and the level of the central signal (mono).
Bonus very practical: a phase nitre

Fully Analog

Jack connectors 6.35 (on the first model of 1993)

Rackable. Alim intgre. Transformer tration (1993)


Single use


Use of sources stro (synth mix or final)

Prudence in the rates: you can quickly switch from the "other cotquot; = low discrete, its soft, too rverbration Submitted.


1 year (I bought it used)

I use the phase of nitre in complment VU and peak nitre (phase mix / mastering), even if out of phase constraints exist anymore if we do not have a serious inch 33 rpm . This indicator is a good indicator of the trs quality "opening" of the MIX, notament for strophonie phase (plutt rare these days).

The MODEL 1993 is Resistors with 1% (very good), good quality of TRS.

This product has disappeared from the catalog because the DEQ2496 BEHRINGER offers the same functions in numrique (super convenient) with the mode STEREO WIDER, except that the phase-nitre does not addition.

Sebounet's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Fun to use sparingly"

Behringer Edison EX1
Stereo Expander with phase-meter, adjusting depth of field, left-right placement ... I use the model made in Germany in 1993.


Simple, but be careful, use sparingly. The device must be used to discriminate certain sounds in a mix. Preferably short sounds or perceived, that we will "feel" to listen as "far away", while all other sounds are around us. The phase-meter is useful.


Excellent, adds some nice treble. The sound is set OK. Please note, if abused, you lose everything.

Should only be used to discriminate some sounds from all others in a complex mix. On sounds like sine or long, has no known effect. You expand a stereo, make it more profound or give the impression that some of your sounds come from "below". One has the impression that the scene you hear is deeper.

Unnecessary sounds with low, should rather serve some percussion, some reverbs ... I just use it on a cymbal EMU Procussions, filtered and sampled. Gives very good. They "see" further into the sound field


superb, but use sparingly. Do not mix everything in, use the Edison insert a pair of votes on your table, especially on percussive sounds or with very little bass, and you will understand what "depth of field" means.

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