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Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000-WH
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  • Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000-WHPublié le 07/28/09 à 02:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it? 1 month
    What is the particular feature you like best and least? the reliability
    Have you tried many other models before acqurir? No, but I should have ...
    How do you report qualitprix? Bad
    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ... Certainly not.

    I used it 2 or 3 times because the controller has failed, a button makes the unit beuguer. Also, I never really paramettrer with the Russian sonar 8, and the manufacturer's website is out of date.

    WARNING, there are many problems with this brand, the products are mdiocre quality and customer service is nonexistent.



  • Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000-WHPublié le 08/10/09 à 05:57
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    How long have you use it? J'utlise bcf for 2 years on the Reason and bcr 3 years.
    What is the particular feature you like best and least? The ease of programing (always with Reason). No point ngatif currently
    Have you tried many other models before acqurir? I also have a bcr (pots) same ease of handling and programming
    How do you report qualitprix? Qualitprix good value, well it's a bit of Behringer plastoc and made ​​in China but ultimately strong enough
    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? Yes because the waterfall is possible given the number of machine control on Reason Live Better. But I let myself be tempted by the many MPD 32 of AKAI. ...
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    How long have you use it? J'utlise bcf for 2 years on the Reason and bcr 3 years.
    What is the particular feature you like best and least? The ease of programing (always with Reason). No point ngatif currently
    Have you tried many other models before acqurir? I also have a bcr (pots) same ease of handling and programming
    How do you report qualitprix? Qualitprix good value, well it's a bit of Behringer plastoc and made ​​in China but ultimately strong enough
    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? Yes because the waterfall is possible given the number of machine control on Reason Live Better. But I let myself be tempted by the many MPD 32 of AKAI.
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  • Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000-WHPublié le 01/13/10 à 06:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 10 months. I tried other models (UC 33 much, much bigger! But no motorized faders, SAC 2.2 = much better but expensive ...)
    The feature I like most: his motorized faders.
    The least: his side very cheap and rotten quality of its components (for me this interface "amateur" is in line with other Behringer products, this flaw, then it breaks and then finds herself in the m. .. e to intensive use)
    I bought this interface there is less than a year. I use Ableton Live for controller and result: After a few hours of use, one of the knobs rubs, then two, then three, and today the eight knobs and two sliders are rubbing HS ...
    She got fucked in a big penury just days before a......
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    I use it for 10 months. I tried other models (UC 33 much, much bigger! But no motorized faders, SAC 2.2 = much better but expensive ...)
    The feature I like most: his motorized faders.
    The least: his side very cheap and rotten quality of its components (for me this interface "amateur" is in line with other Behringer products, this flaw, then it breaks and then finds herself in the m. .. e to intensive use)
    I bought this interface there is less than a year. I use Ableton Live for controller and result: After a few hours of use, one of the knobs rubs, then two, then three, and today the eight knobs and two sliders are rubbing HS ...
    She got fucked in a big penury just days before a concert ...

    Let me be clear: this interface is made to stay home, warm ... Properly handle the faders and knob calmly, without rushing them on pain of breaking ... DO NOT ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY TO MACHINISTS ELECTRO SERVE AS A CONTROLLER TO LIVE !!!!( prefer by far the UC 33 ...)

    It may however be suitable for home studio without big budget without intensive use of the machine (amateur side undeniable)

    I put a star because even when there is an effort on the price but given the quality of the machine I now understand why it's cheap. I hope now to claim warranty in order to resell it later ...

    ps: I'm not a racist Behringer, I have DI BEHR who walk very well and works for the price of both consoles with that BEHR troubleshoot this product but there is not a good deal to me .. .
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  • Behringer B-Control Fader BCF2000-WHPublié le 01/26/11 à 08:33
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    I use ... As I can, I still have not managed to control my hardware with Linux ...
    I am sure "sensitized" to the fragility of the thing, having already read the previous review and used equipment entry of this style, but I think with a home studio use very cushy, it can last some time.
    I have not tried before, I knew nothing about MIDI, I thought, and I still think that this should allow to do with my plugins would I do with the hardware. I still work to do to make him move the drawbars of the Hammond organ in Bristol ubuntustudio (Ah Linux and its wonderful evenings research how it works!), But already the VST in Reaper and automated mixing , it works so no reason I can not.
    I did......
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    I use ... As I can, I still have not managed to control my hardware with Linux ...
    I am sure "sensitized" to the fragility of the thing, having already read the previous review and used equipment entry of this style, but I think with a home studio use very cushy, it can last some time.
    I have not tried before, I knew nothing about MIDI, I thought, and I still think that this should allow to do with my plugins would I do with the hardware. I still work to do to make him move the drawbars of the Hammond organ in Bristol ubuntustudio (Ah Linux and its wonderful evenings research how it works!), But already the VST in Reaper and automated mixing , it works so no reason I can not.
    I did not even see that the knobs are motorized, or I'd completely forgotten, suddenly they went on a preset position when I was doing some testing. I was amazed that I did not even think at that price!
    I feel that it is still a bit of a gas plant, I am forced back into the manual whenever I plan to use it, and I never have time to go after, but the possibilities seem promising, although I appreciate the provision of all: zipper, knobs (actually endless controllers, as we will not force the end of race), pushbuttons.
    I also like the USB + MIDI IN, OUT A and B that allow me out of the string with a keyboard or two, and to allow independent alimentattion USB hub if needed.
    So OK on the value.
    Besides that, the white is dirty but it goes with my piano Korg's coup.
    With experience, I would not make another choice: for a pure amateur who devotes a budget entertainment with music, I do not see what would be equivalent to that price, and I did not use something really good but more expensive.





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