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Behringer Shark DSP110   

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The ultracompact Behringer Shark DSP110 is a 24-bit multipurpose signal processor that functions as a pro-quality ULN mic preamp with +48V phantom po...Click To Read More About This Product

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An all-around problem solver!

The ultracompact Behringer Shark DSP110 is a 24-bit multipurpose signal processor that functions as a pro-quality ULN mic preamp with +48V phantom power. It's a feedback destroyer, a delay line for loudspeaker time alignment, a user-friendly yet effective compressor/limiter, and a noise gate with "learn" mode. 24-bit A/D/A converters and professional connectivity round out the Behringer Shark DSP110 package.

FEATURES
  • Microphone preamp with ULN technology, gain control, and +48V phantom power
  • Noise gate with automatic and manual parameter adjustments
  • Super-musical compressor with variable density
  • Automatic feedback suppressor with learn function
  • Delay line with up to 2.5 seconds of delay, adjustable in meters, feet and msec.
  • Level conversion from line to mic level and vice versa
  • Subsonic filter with adjustable cutoff frequency
  • High-resolution 24-bit A/D/A converters
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4.1

(based on 20 reviews)

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Worth it for the Delay function alone!

For the money, you really can't beat this unit. Originally bought it to provide delay to mains in a long, narrow auditorium. Now I use it as an output for my guitar...Read complete review

For the money, you really can't beat this unit. Originally bought it to provide delay to mains in a long, narrow auditorium. Now I use it as an output for my guitar rig. Cleans up noisy pickups and pedals quite nicely. As a feedback destroyer, there are better, more intuitive gadgets out there but it does actually work well there as well. I like the compression with guitar, not so much with vocal mics but again, for the money you cannot find better value anywhere.

If you have trouble reading the manual, at least take the time to play with it and don't expect it to know what you want right out of the box. These kinds of integrated, multipurpose devices take time to understand and appreciate how they are designed to work. More than a bit of experience with the concepts of compression, feedback and filtering are also necessary to get the most out of this unit.

This is probably one of the most underrated pro audio products out there in terms of adaptability, flexibility and price. Way to go Behringer.

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I play in a garage with all concrete floors, open framed wood walls, tools ,and yard equiptment. We have some serious feed back problems. I thought for the price I'd give this...Read complete review

I play in a garage with all concrete floors, open framed wood walls, tools ,and yard equiptment. We have some serious feed back problems. I thought for the price I'd give this thing a try. First I tried it at home on some monitor speakers at close range and it did very little, it only seems to stop feedback when there is no sound. As soon as you speak or sing in to it it starts up again. When I took it to practice out in the garage it was completly useless, the only thing that does any thing is the gate. Unless there is some magic configuration that I couldn't seem to find in the settings this thing is definately not the answer to any of your feedback problems.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A smart buy

By JT27

from Seattle, WA

The Shark helped me get more volume out of my PA. Great value for the price.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Not what it seems to be...

By Winston-MegFD

from NE

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I bought this Shark DSP 110 because I needed a feedback zapper for my acoustic and a noise gate for vocal recording. Took chance by buying a Behringer product (had troubles with two other products by the same company). Cuts some feedback but also cuts EQ and the noise gate works but the Shark also creates lots of noise at higher volumes. Ended up returning it... not a great product.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

AFTER EXTENSIVE TESTING...

By Twisted_Pair

from Santa Maria, CA

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First, I want to address those here who make claims like "the feedback destroyer doesn't work" or "it feels low quality".If you don't know the basics of recording then don't write a review; your lack of knowledge is not the product's fault! TIP: If you can see the front of your monitors when you're at the mic or if you're in your parents garage you're almost guaranteed feedback. LEARN HOW TO RECORD. Also, don't give a product low marks for "feeling" like anything. It's low quality if it breaks or has problems with the LEDs not because you think it might.Ok; for those of you who know what you're doing and need a feedback destroyer... this works great! So does lowering the highs on your EQ but this is better for your sound. This is NOT studio equipment but works well in a studio. It also has a great noise filter that is surprisingly good. The compressor works well but is unconventional and difficult to get used to if you use a proper compressor. Ultimately it does work well. The many features can be used simultaneously and work well. It's also a clean pre-amp and additional phantom power. Just like most music gear it does not have an on/off button. It's not a lamp - put it on a power strip with an on/off switch. I have my mixer, pro tools interface, the DSP 110 and etc on a power strip. One button turns off the power. A lot of great features for a great price!All in all it's a great unit; read the manual and take the time to learn it. Never face your speakers when using a mic!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I actually use it!

By Nimloki

from Barto, PA

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I've been gigging for 12 years and have owned and actually used the Shark since May 2001. Yep, it's almost 8 years old and yes, it is always hot when in use and yet it still works. It is great for live applications with vocalists but with some limitations. First make sure the delay isn't active. The delay fills a specific need not usually required in small venues. And my first shark was set at what felt like about 5 seconds out of the box. Anyway to the main focus, the feedback suppression: I usually set them up before a gig and I'm done. I only had a problem once. I had left the suppression with 8 set and 8 in search mode. Later, the MC grabbed one of my mics and walked all over the stage and couldn't decide if he wanted to eat the mic or put it in his shirt. When he got finished with it the Shark had stopped the feedback but muddied the sound pretty bad. I reset the suppression and the rest of the gig was great. The gate and compressor are great for church venues; when things are quiet so are your mics.Oh and all the blinking lights look cool to the uninformed.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for delay line

By Pachuau

from India

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This unit is excellent for delaying speakers. I dont use it for the other features (comp. feedback destroyer, gate, etc) I use it exclusively for delaying speakers for over a large distances, it supports upto 2.5 secs delay which you can set in metres or feet also if you want. It is the only delay unit available at this price range. So if you need delaying speakers at a cheap price, go for this product.

 
5.0

Worth it for the Delay function alone!

By Achie_Dog

from Ontario, Canada

For the money, you really can't beat this unit. Originally bought it to provide delay to mains in a long, narrow auditorium. Now I use it as an output for my guitar rig. Cleans up noisy pickups and pedals quite nicely. As a feedback destroyer, there are better, more intuitive gadgets out there but it does actually work well there as well. I like the compression with guitar, not so much with vocal mics but again, for the money you cannot find better value anywhere.

If you have trouble reading the manual, at least take the time to play with it and don't expect it to know what you want right out of the box. These kinds of integrated, multipurpose devices take time to understand and appreciate how they are designed to work. More than a bit of experience with the concepts of compression, feedback and filtering are also necessary to get the most out of this unit.

This is probably one of the most underrated pro audio products out there in terms of adaptability, flexibility and price. Way to go Behringer.

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5.0

Shark notes

By Uncle Willie

from Cross Junction, VA

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Setting the compressor to about 75% smoothes out mic sensitivity nicely, and the preamp allows versatile mic/line in and out. The feedback notch filter frequencies are not directly accessible, but can be set by inserting a graphic EQ in the PA circuit, peaking unwanted freqs and letting the Shark DSP110 find them. With power off, they remain set, but all have a common decibel attenuation setting. I require a comb filter to mellows out my voice by cancelling nasty harmonics and the shark provides a portable alternative.Delay is intended for speaker placement compensation, not echo, but is useful in a vocal harmonizer application to "separate the singers". The 2.5 second max is default out of the box and is initially disconcerting until fast use of the up-down buttons is ascertained; i.e., hold "down", tap "up". The unit runs warm so provide airspace. The owner may also until the Shark is better understood. I would prefer a 110V cord instead of the inline transformer, even at the expense of a larger size unit. All-in-all the Shark DSP110 is a well designed compact multi-function unit which can reduce equipment, power supplies, connection errors, weight, space and cost. If any of functions are needed, the Shark DSP110 is worth the price - Two or more, its a bargain.

 
4.0

Got plenty of then

By Chris Pickett

from Elk Grove, CA

I own 15 of these. My situation is typically a singer who screams at me for a microphone, then goes into whisper-city once they get the stick. Of course, they can't hear their monitor and I can't hear them in the mains, so of course, I have to crank the gain to get any usable signal, and what happens? That's right: feedback. Insert the Shark DSP and these problems don't completely go away, but it certainly helps. Now, give me someone who knows what they are doing, and these are not necessary. These items are great if you're having to deal with karaoke as it does help these people not destroy their home stereo units. I have 15 of them. My main complaint is that one was destroyed by excessive feedback because the unit was simply overloaded and toasted. Another complaint is that 3 other units have burned out LED segments in the display. Also, with 5 in a rack carrier, Behringer needs to make a consolidated power supply unit so as not to eat up power strips and rack distros to power these units. Units are a tad noisy and have some lag. Need proof? Go mic to console and listen on headphones. Then go mic to SharkDSP, then console and listen. Hear the delay even with SharkDSP Delay off? Same thing happens when used as an insert. 48V does allow it to act as a phantom power unit to expand the capabilities of a small console that lacks it.

 
4.0

a virtual swiss army knife for sound

By mixmasterhunt

from Cincinnati, OH

Extremely useful. A real problem solver. I take at least two to EVERY gig. Read manual carefully ! It pays.

 
4.0

feedback

By fabapple

from Apple Valley, CA

I use it for, 1 mic in-between mixer mic/in. Well I must admit the manual is not of any consequence. After some tweaking, I was happy to find the feedback learn and/or active-reset function worked out quite well. Use reset(depress 2.5 seconds) to search for new feedback filters. Great if you move equipment around a lot. Subsonic's filter a plus. The Led's do job well and when feedback found they stop flashing and light constantly, representing a locked filter. There's 12 in all and leaves one open to search after you set it up...Setup is a bit tedious but when you get it right, Look out!!!!!!!!!!!.......

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