Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496

V-VERB PRO REV2496, Reverb from Behringer.

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Average Score:3.9( 3.9/5 based on 8 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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webstersays's review

Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
This is a rack mounted digital reverb processor. It is digital and solid state electronics. You can edit all kinds of parameters, so there is a lot of flexibility in this prodect. There are just standard audio connections for this, so it operates in the analog realm though it is a digital processor. It is rackable, it takes up one space.


It is not hard at all to set up, you pretty much just screw it in to your rack, plug in a few cables and you're ready to go. Now editing the effects is a different story. This isn't just a reverb, it can also provide you with compression, chorus, flanging, and other stranger types of effects. The downside to having one box with limited controls do so many things is that it can get a little bit confusing. You are definitely best off just spending a while experimenting with this, and figuring out what it does. The manual is short and does not explain the functions very well, so you are kind of on your own in terms of utilisation.


The reverbs are fair. They compare pretty well with reverbs from many 15 years ago, but today there are much higher quality reverbs out there. They tend to sound a little grainy and over-processed. Really, they just sound a little too fake. The compressor is quite transparent and works okay, and the other effects such as the chorus and flanger are all functional but certainly not noteworthy. I have used this mostly for the reverbs for vocals, but I have also used it for guitar effects like the chorus and flanger. Overall the sound quality is just about fair.


I have had this for nearly 2 years now I believe. I like the amount that you can do with it, it's definitely more than it really advertises. Also the value here is huge at less than $100. I don't like how confusing it can be to edit the settings on the effects. Also the sound quality is not really that impressive, though it does serve my purpose okay. I have tried a bunch of other reverbs, and this one is not outstanding. The price definitely makes it very attractive for someone with a small budget though. I probably wouldn't get it again since I have a different reverb now.

lkoftas's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Bof"

Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
Mainly Reverb, other effects are anecdotal.


use very simple, this reverb level was well thought ergonomics making me think of the little Yamaha REV500.


Few see no breath in output. It's a good point. For against the reverbs are in my opinion far from transcendent. The short reverbs, lack of energy and are long as you can imagine on a camera in this category are difficult to exploit. They are very rough. but for the price it's hard to ask for more.


Reverbs Fair share their qualities, well thought out ergonomics. however poor reliability. Used for 3 years and 5 failures, which is a good average .. It is true that in that price range used there is nothing else. That said I will not be too advise you to save so you can buy something else.

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

Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
Ok, it's not Behringer lexicon; but this "small" (for the price) reverb is a very good surprise! It sounds good, has no breath, and among quite a large edition of possiblits. Mine works very well and true, it is less ugly than the pictures. What more? At least 100 secondhand, it's the ball ...

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

Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
What are the effects or types of effects available?

What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...)

What is the connection? (Audio / MIDI)
And XLR jacks, but hey ..


Is Gnrale setup simple?

The edition of sound effects or is it easy?

Is the manual clear and sufficient? ...dropoff Window
No manual besion.


Are the effects effective and sufficiently ADAPTS GPs?
Average reverbs ..

What instruments do you use?
Samplers and synths.


How long have you use it?
2 years (it does me any more)

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
What I love most is not much .. The less the hardware quality !! (3 outages in 2 years <img class="smiley" src="" alt="sad" /> )dropoff Window

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Yes and I really regret my purchase <img class="smiley" src="" alt="sad" />

How do you report qualitprix?
Even if the reverb is not chre the report qualitprix is ​​really very bad. all really means in this CPU, the quality of the effects through the same quality of the processor.

With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window
No! I definitely prefre my M-ONE TC and my MPX 500 LEXICON at least like a road !!
Since I bought a used 15 II LXP home LEXICON, although the price is not the same, but at least it works and the quality is much With best reverbs and usable!
Long live the rputes and Professional brands!

ric49's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
What are the effects or types of effects available?
Reverbrations, delays, and some modulation effects.

What technology is used? (Analog, digital, tube ...)

Are they ditables?


Is Gnrale setup simple?
Yes relatively simple ..

The edition of sound effects or is it easy?
Yes no worries.

Is the manual clear and sufficient? ...dropoff Window
Not bad ..


Are the effects effective and sufficiently ADAPTS GPs?
Sold initially to reproduce rverbrations other manufacturers producing high-end (do not dream too ..). Compar the LEXICON (PCM 91, etc ..) or TC (M3000 etc ..). There is just no comparison. The rverbrations reproduced by the V-Verb are very approximate and frankly very very far from their illustrious cousins. But for the price occassion the risk is minimal.


How long have you use it?
Used for 10 days to advices from a friend on a mix.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Plus, the edition of very simple parameters.
Least Gnrale The quality of the product (when you compare yourself aves rverbrations the other manufacturers it is supposed to reproduce ..)

How do you report qualitprix?
Good for a range of rverbration but no more .. In time you will find many other models, most expensive of course, but as much about Superior sound that the same hardware in it, (LEXICON LXP 15 etc ..)

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

Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
the connection is always surprising quantity ...
19 "rack 1U
I put 10 because on paper adtonne! ...
building standards Behringer: apparently reliable, the aluminum faade yen tired but ...


The config is pretty simple, quick reading of the instructions are simple and good c Trifouille buttons in all directions!
editing is simple and easy I think 4 buttons for SETTING THE base of each effect, we go in edit mode SETTINGS more sophisticated (for those who want)


C l I will not get wet since made three days I have!
Premire impression: no breath (I'm numrique environment
I use it as a plugin (via spdif)
effects good my taste ... but I will notice it in a few days to mix (mainly drums).


Note to pub simultaneous effects: the combination mode offers basic rglages trs on the effects much less complete than using a single engine. it's just me I will not use this mode. I think the boundary between using an analog to use a 2nd simultaneous effect ...
THE FIRST rverb is true that I possde.
a bravo and thank you SONOVENT: home in 24 to 189 euros!
saying anything, and I expected to have the sound of a lexicon 20,000 euros but the price is ridiculous for this quality (even when validated), especially if you go back 10 or 15 in rear !
but I'll complter this opinion as I would have tamed!

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

Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
Its vocation is the Premire rverbration o is retoruve 8 algorytmes DDIS, but there are 6 more algorytmes supplmentaires (Dlay, chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, t compressor ,...)
The connection is archi-complte with analog inputs and outputs XLR and jack 6.35 symtris but also all the inputs and outputs in numriques optical S / PDIF and AES EBU.

Also, the quality is really: the rack is very well built, the rear connections inspire confidence, the main dial is trs enjoyable to use, again, is something else Virtualizer that of the same brand!

It was a trio of MIDI for external ditoin and possibly updates the OS (mine is version 1.2) and a BNC word clock to sync ...

The set up is super full, we can all paramtrer earnings of analog inputs and outputs / numriques indpendamment each other.
We can rgler internal clock treatment in 44.1 kHz 48 or 96, or the calibration of an external clock as the word clock or one of 2 inputs numrique (optical or AES / EBU)
There is even a Dither activated or not as a choice of resolutions: 24bit, 20bit, 16bit, 24bit shaper noise, noise noise shaper shaper 20bit and 16bit!
Also, we have a system that hyper complete routing can choose from 10 configurations (between connections in SERIES and parrallle)! It&#39;s really nice pens! (Other effects that I had just did not have a standard configuration or parrallle SERIES).
With certain types of configurations are not really using the V-Verb as a double engine indpendant the full effects of each other!

For the memory presets, there are 200 original presets + 200 preset utilisateurss is super comfortable (the same amount as Sony DPSV 55).

Completed the step of alpha numrique Virtualizer, here was one of CONTRL vritable screen that allows a trs prcise edition with even a graphic paramtres REPRESENTATIVES! At this price it is the unheard of!

Also, there is no latency in loading effects or the transition from one step to another, everything is trsractif, Shark 32-bit processor is really a lot.
What is more when you walk between the effect is that the effect does not load automatically, allowing a preset dfile super fast! Well done!

The manufacturing quality seems really high (and is of the same indoor accabit according Recording Musician), there is nothing that can bring fear, except the four wheels controlled under the notch that are a little too "floating" I got ...


I&#39;ll put it bluntly: the multi-purpose the simplest t given to me to see!
If I remove the M300 (I also possde) that is super simple but that does not do a quarter of possibility (that some say) is simply a gem of shipping!
The step brings a revival relement, we&#39;re kilomtres of the edition of Virtualizers SERIES.
Honntement I matris the BTE in a half hour!

What is it gnial edition of the two tapes that are available:
- When you choose a preset, ACCS was the bottom of the notch 4 paramtres gnraux immediately ditable using four knobs on the screen.
- But you can switch to "edit" the o there is much more paramtres (found elsewhere in this mode known as the 4 paramtres gnraux)
Even better, in edit mode if you press the button "graph", you ACCS new pages of the same rglages paramtres edit mode, but with a graphical REPRESENTATIVES! As the plug-ins on the computer (for those notte rverbes)!
Dlay have the same graphic REPRESENTATIVES time on an axis .. it&#39;s really well done ...

The ergonomics are well thought hyper all makes sense, everything is clear, I is not even needed to read the Package ... Amazing!!


I step back now, but the tape of DJ AD / DA conversion is flawless (no more blast Virtualizer).
Regarding effects, rverbes me seem really nice trs, I just jou on my P80 with rverbes the V-Verb, and it is clear, it sounds good better than its internal rverbe!
I added an effect phazer "vintage" electric pianos and P80 were found in my life!

The Dlay is spotless, the Ping Pong Dlay silent effect that I wanted to find since I sold my Midiverb 4 (of it, they taient fabulous and those of my Lexicon effects of my Spirit 328 do not go far in terms of rev hard).
Here, on a Ping Pong Dlay you can go up to 1000ms for each of the two Dlay (excluding prdlays). In addition, it was the Ok button / tap trs trs flashing quickly on the tap o presets is used ... quite funny ...


I pay 195 euros in Germany nine command from Musik Produktiv, and I have less than 2 days ...

Frankly, even if it was trading at 2 times the price, it would be a steal, but what the price is simply the best value / quality awards in the field. Behringer really hits hard!
I would do without this choice hsitation! When you see the price of some effect plug-ins, it is definitely worth a cot "outsource" the processing machine with this rich and complements ...

In résumé:


- Quality manufacturing
- Overall sound quality
- Connection complte
- SETTING THE possibility to the machines (clock, routing, ..)
- Simplicity and wealth effects of shipping on top!
- Screen quality that allows a graphic edition REPRESENTATIVES
- The two engines are grs indpendemment effects from each other


- A bypass indpendant for each of the two engines would gnial t (but hey, the concurrency does not CHARACTERISTICS also this) and I mean really to quibble.
- No vumtres for output (only for input), but there is a LED that indicates whether there is a saturation so nothing dramatic

roots37's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496
A rather interesting because the rack has two processors running at 96Khz stereo, 2 x L / R analog input 2 L / R digital, all controllable via MIDI and sync via Worldclock
15 parametric effects (Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Delay, Early Recflect, Gate, Compressor, Reverb, Reverse reverb ...)


The manual is a bit short but There's the point. In any case it is easily found in menus.Un Graph mode allows you to edit an algorithm in a "visual".
The two main parameters of each effect are editable directly edit façade.Pour exactly the effect you activate the EDIT mode and go in seconds c it!
Warning: sending control change is taken into account by the processor but not the display. That is, if I change my MIDI effects in real time, change is audible but not visible on the screen Rack him even ...
Too bad also that there is no memory User free of origin, c frustrating to erase the factory preset user.


Realistic point of view it There's this need since it is the primary goal of the V-Verb.En fact it is a natural reverb simulator and his initial thoughts. So do not expect radical psychedelic effects although many "alternative" are possible.
I use it for the moment with my Triton nickel and it works: we add real depth, punch, charm according to the algorithm. The quality is good. May be missing a pitch shifter ...


I is not long, but I tried to be objective.

The least
-The appearance of cheap four edit buttons
Lack-a pitch shifter, right?
-Not supported by the RealTime display (cf.Implémentation MIDI)

The full-connectivity
-The size
-The ergonomics, ease of use (-> GRAPH Mode)
-The sound quality and realism
-L 'edition "complete" algos

I would do this choice?
Say c c Behringer so good for the price c but not intended for mobile intensive.

With the same financial means, YES I bought.