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Behringer DSP2024P Virtualizer Pro

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The Behringer DSP2024P Virtualizer Pro offers 71 breathtaking new algorithms, most in true stereo. Wave-adaptive Virtual Room reverb; awesome modulat...Click To Read More About This Product

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High-performance, 24-bit, multi-engine effects processor at a minuscule price.

The Behringer DSP2024P Virtualizer Pro offers 71 breathtaking new algorithms, most in true stereo. Wave-adaptive Virtual Room reverb; awesome modulation; dynamic, psychoacoustic, and EQ algorithms; plus innovative amp simulation, distortion, and special effects make this a mind-blowing effects processor never before seen in this price range. 11 effect combinations with selectable serial/parallel configuration and up to 7 adjustable parameters plus 2-band EQ per effect provide precision control. 24-bit A/D/A converters with 64/128X oversampling, true stereo processing, and 24-bit internal processing offer studio-quality sound. Plus much more.

FEATURES
  • 71 new algorithms
  • Wave-adaptive Virtual Room reverb
  • Modulation, dynamic, psychoacoustic, and EQ algorithms
  • Amp simulation, distortion, and special effects
  • 11 effect combinations
  • Up to 7 adjustable parameters plus 2-band EQ per effect
  • 24-bit A/D/A converters
  • 64/128X oversampling
  • True stereo processing
  • 24-bit internal processing
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4.4

(based on 32 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

wow

I was looking for something to add to my voice, i was using a nanoverb. I researched for a week and bought this still not knowing if it would help much or not....Read complete review

I was looking for something to add to my voice, i was using a nanoverb. I researched for a week and bought this still not knowing if it would help much or not. When i got it it was well built and was awesome we played with it for hours, for the money i think i did well. has features of expensive models.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Big deal

I'm knockin' this piece of equipment because I straight up bought the wrong piece of gear. What I should've bought was the T.C. M300, which is a true "dual-engine"...Read complete review

I'm knockin' this piece of equipment because I straight up bought the wrong piece of gear. What I should've bought was the T.C. M300, which is a true "dual-engine" model. I was upset when I place a phone call to behringer today and learned that the virtualizer is not a "multi-effects" unit, it in fact will only provide a user with one effect at a time. This is crap. Especially since the owners manual is not clear about this fact, and rather implies that you might be able to have a real "multi-engine" effects unit. I wanted to use the limiter/compressor/gate/enhancer/stereo imager/de-esser/reverb/sub-hamrmonic exciter, etc. all at once maybe some panned more so, if not completely panned, to one channel. No can do with this thing, one effect at a time into both channels. That's the name of the game here. So it's not even a dual engine, much less a "multli-engine" processor. It has two imputs and two outputs, however the one and only effect that you choose to use is applied equally to right and left channel outputs. If this is what you were expecting and you want to buy 71 of these Mofo's to simulatneously utilize all of it's effects, than more power to ya. I'm going to talk to this site about returning this for the t.c. M300 which does allow the simultaneous use of two different effects into two separate outputs, i.e. compression and reverb.I'm a little upset with behringer for misleading my impression of what this thing actually does. That doesn't change the fact that I own 7 other types of behringer gear and will continue to buy their gear, just not this one... and maybe I'll call before I buy next time.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

wow

By still at it.

from KINGSPORT, TN

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I was looking for something to add to my voice, i was using a nanoverb. I researched for a week and bought this still not knowing if it would help much or not. When i got it it was well built and was awesome we played with it for hours, for the money i think i did well. has features of expensive models.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Feature rich, a little noisy.

By Kitchenwizard

from Sparks, NV

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This thing has a dizzying variety of effects, all of which can be edited. Chances are you'll never use most of them, but it's nice to know they're there. Good selection of effects for vocals. Drawbacks are difficult instructions and controls and even with decent cables creates a lot of hiss.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The best

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

We use this at our church is the youth praise band. We all love it!!! The reverb is awesome! I think that it is very easy to operate for people who don't really know what they are doing.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Don't be fooled by the price

By Vividarium Studio

from Everywhere

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This is a good buy. I have yet to master the control of the effects but once i do, It will be mass creativity from there. Some of the drum sounds you can get are amazing (with reverb), like peter gabriel or something.Vocal effects are very useful in all kinds of music (even punk rock) specially backup vocals.I don't use it much for guitar, I like to use stomp boxes,allthough if you can't afford a whole pedal board, mix with bliss and grab a piece of this effects unit.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Problem Solver

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I wouldn't buy the Virtualizer primarily for its reverbs and delays - the entry level TC Electronics or Lexicon equipment is better, if more expensive. BUT, for a comprehensive set of problem-solving tools, the Virtualizer is probably impossible to beat at the price. The parametric eq, vocal stripper, compressor, etc. are far from state of the art, but for a basic home studio or school based set up, they offer the oportunity to experiment with your sound and tidy it up in many different ways. I have found the single ended noise reduction very good at removing pops and crackles at the start and end of vinyl tracks when digital sources are not available.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice Rack Unit!!

By Soymilksam

from Saginaw, Michigan

Recieved this in the mail yesterday, and within about 10 minutes I had it up, and running. The sound is incredible, and it goes beyond the processing power, and tweakability of MANY multi-effect pedals. For the price it is outstanding, and you should add this to your rack.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very nice...

By uskosandan

from RIVERSIDE, CA

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This piece of equipment is great! I use it primarily for guitar effects. The reverbs are pretty clean. I've had it a couple of months and am just getting into the volume of options that are available with this unit. I liked it so much that I bought one for my son and will be getting a second one for myself. I've used others and this one is comparable with some I have that are twice as much.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Superb machine

By Studioman-8U1tE

from California

I have checked a couple of units at my local dealer and found the DSP2024 the best buy. Among them was the Lexicon 110 of which I was pretty disappointed since I didn't like the reverb. I also checked Digitech and Zoom. Listen to the Behringer and compare it. It smokes.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

friday night rockers

By friday night rocker

from tenn

I researched many of these types of devices to replace my nanoverb.it did not say for sure it was for vocals, but some effects i could use. It came 4 days later, my bandmembers were impressed, as was i. it is well made and very nice we spent half the night just playing around with it. very good sound quality. well worth the low price, easy to use. cool unit ****^^^****

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing!!!!!!

By Brian-2-IDV

from Opelika , AL

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I just got this in the mail yesterday, and it is the bomb as far as rack effects are concerned. I got the box and everything was packaged the way it is supposed to be, and it was easy to operate. I do recommend the MIDI Footcontroller for using it on stage. The effects are easy to adjust to your liking. It has 71 effects, and 200 presets which you can use. The knobs and the switches are easy to use and do what they are suposed to do. Behringer is one of the best companies for quality products for any musician. I highly recomend them.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Cool Sounds but a little confusing at first

By DW-DHOGY

from Arkadelphia AR

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Cool little box with lots of sounds. I gave this thing a 3.5 in features, simply because of the lack of attention that went into user-friendly controls. My main problem is that the screen on this thing shows only the number of the effect you are using, and not the name. So if you need to change settings, you pretty much have to memorize the preset list, and each effects parameters unless you want to keep the presets list on hand at all times. I think Behringer could have just spent a few more bucks on a more detailed, user-friendly face. Other than that, this thing does have some cool sound effects; most of which are never going to be used, but still cool none the less!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

NO QUALITY CONTROL

By Bob Szekely (

from Colorado Springs, CO

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I bought this to replace my floor (Vocal300) processor, so I could rack-mount it and take it with me on the road. I like the sounds that come out of it, but the mounting flanges weren't cut right, and forced me to drive a screw in at an angle to get it into an SKB case. Also, the on-off switch tends to stick, and the effect inexplicably went out with warning, requiring me to re-engage it by mucking about with the settings and hitting the "Effect Bypass" switch. Great idea, but your mileage may vary. Other than that, I found the I025 setting to add a great live delay to my vocal mic during practice. I'm interested in seeing how well it works when we play out live and interface with a club's in-house sound system.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Confusing

By gman Blues

from Chicago

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I own it and tried to use it on numerous occasions, sometimes I found settings I like, when I try to go back another day, I can't seem to get to the same place. This unit seems to have a mind of it's own, but it is fun to play with.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

ALMOST, TOO EFFECTIVE

By Michael

from Heber Springs Ar.

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It's got a lot of effects and a lot of possible configurations. It's a bit complicated, but so is everything else, made by BEHRINGER. It is easy to get too much effect at one time with this unit. But, it gives the user a lot of control over the different parameters of each effect.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Worth More Than the Money

By Ken Walker

from Missionary in Mexico

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The DSP2024P has a lot of interesting sounds and has come in handy on a few occasions. The sounds are good, the effect selection is good, considering the price. The down side is: 1) I was a bit disappointed to find that you can only tweak the presets, you can't do a custom job, for example setting up a noise gate, and distortion, and delay. You can only modify the already existing presets. 2) It's a bit noisy for me. With this thing plugged into my signal chain, the noise floor goes up. It's not real loud, but it's noticable.Still, a pretty good deal considering what you pay for it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

L&M Productions

By L&M Productions

from Paulden, AZ

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I have been using this thing for about a year now, and once I mastered the controls, I fell in love with it. There are a few effects that I believe needed some help in the design stage, but overall I have had great luck with most of the effects. The factor that sold me was the price. After researching other products, and comparing price to options I feel this was the better choice. This is my fifth Behringer purchase, so having the good luck with the other four items, helped make up my mind.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Okay

By Thomas-XAasv

from Salem, or

I love the effects this thing has to offer to a guitarist, but you have to run this thing through your effects loop for the best performance. I control this via MIDI and there is a delay when switching between DIFFERENT effects. If you are using the flanger and you switch to a different preset that happens to be flanger, you will have no delay.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Not Bad

By Derek-KMhaM

from Toledo, OH

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Bought it, hooked it up into effects loop of my JSX. All the effects are great sounds. The only issue I have is the noise it makes in the effects loop. I did hook it up mono through the Front end Input of the JSX and that took care of the noise issue, but I prefer effects like this to be very quiet and through the loop. But overall, good unit.

 
5.0

Review

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Great, would be perfect if it came with foot controls

 
3.0

Big deal

By Tony-K6ttZ

from CA

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I'm knockin' this piece of equipment because I straight up bought the wrong piece of gear. What I should've bought was the T.C. M300, which is a true "dual-engine" model. I was upset when I place a phone call to behringer today and learned that the virtualizer is not a "multi-effects" unit, it in fact will only provide a user with one effect at a time. This is crap. Especially since the owners manual is not clear about this fact, and rather implies that you might be able to have a real "multi-engine" effects unit. I wanted to use the limiter/compressor/gate/enhancer/stereo imager/de-esser/reverb/sub-hamrmonic exciter, etc. all at once maybe some panned more so, if not completely panned, to one channel. No can do with this thing, one effect at a time into both channels. That's the name of the game here. So it's not even a dual engine, much less a "multli-engine" processor. It has two imputs and two outputs, however the one and only effect that you choose to use is applied equally to right and left channel outputs. If this is what you were expecting and you want to buy 71 of these Mofo's to simulatneously utilize all of it's effects, than more power to ya. I'm going to talk to this site about returning this for the t.c. M300 which does allow the simultaneous use of two different effects into two separate outputs, i.e. compression and reverb.I'm a little upset with behringer for misleading my impression of what this thing actually does. That doesn't change the fact that I own 7 other types of behringer gear and will continue to buy their gear, just not this one... and maybe I'll call before I buy next time.

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