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Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496 Reverb Modeling Processor  

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Hi-fi, reference-class reverb is yours with the Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496 Reverb Modeling Processor. Powerful modeling technology nails down lusci...Read More

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The reverb you've been waiting for.

Hi-fi, reference-class reverb is yours with the Behringer V-VERB PRO REV2496 Reverb Modeling Processor. Powerful modeling technology nails down luscious, spacious 'verb from some of the world's most renowned reverb processors and gives you the control to dial in your own signature flavors. It draws its strength from 2 independent effects processors that can be accessed via both analog and digital connectors. It features 4-channel access to 8 high-end reverb algorithms, high-quality modulation effects, stereo compressor, and 24-bit/96kHz A/D/A with 10 different routing configurations. from X-over Delay to Chorus/Flanger plus stereo Compressor.

Navigating the V-Verb Pro is intuitive and easy, with soft push/turn encoders, a big preset wheel, high-resolution LCD, and a TAP button for delay times. Tweak away at up to 30 effect parameters with 400 preset starting points. ROM is updateable via MIDI.

FEATURES
  • Powerful reverb modeling
  • 2 independent 32-bit effects processors
  • Analog and digital connectors
  • 4 channels
  • 8 reverb algorithms
  • Modulation effects
  • Stereo compressor
  • 24-bit/96kHz A/D/A
  • 10 different routing configurations
  • Servo-balanced, gold-plated TRS and XLR inputs

Make your vocals sound like they're bouncing off the marble walls of the Taj Mahal. Order today.

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Don't bother with a Lexicon unless its' a PCM91

True, the PCM 91 is a better reverb processor than this, but below that the Lexi line offers name more than anything. That said, if you really just need a great hardware reverb...Read complete review

True, the PCM 91 is a better reverb processor than this, but below that the Lexi line offers name more than anything. That said, if you really just need a great hardware reverb for live or studio use then it's foolish not to have one of these.Why Lexi verbs have been so famous is not just because of the smoothness of the tails (other processors have managed that). It is a poorly kept secret that modulation of the tail re-creates that Lexicon sound. It is here that Behringer manages to shine so brightly. The modulation of the V-verb tails is (dare I say) so lexi like that as long as people don't see the front panel they'll believe you have a much more expensive processor hidden somewhere. The 960 amibience effects are here too, on by golly they're GOOD! Pop the top on this guy and it's no surprise that there's not much inside. A ROM chip, AD/DA chip (96khz to boot), and a big fat SHARC DSP. Great verbs through history never needed too much HP by today's standards, it was always the algos that made the difference. At any rate, aside from the algos it's no surprise Behringer was able to make the hardware so inexpensive. Actually, the PSU and main/daughter circuit boards are actually of very high quality compared to some other gear I've peeked into. I'm getting a couple more of these. For the price I feel like I'm ripping someone off. As far as the sound, I'll pretend it's my own secret. Do yourself a favor and ignore the Behringer haters. ON pure quality this reverb could easily fetch close to a grand with another name on the front panel.PS - Go into setup forts and set the thing up for mono/stereo and internal/external mix or you might think you don't like what you hear. Also, dither and noise shaping are really only needed when re-recording to digital sources to avoid quantization. If you use this in a DAW, digi in/out is the way to go anyway.

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I have a love hate relationship with Behringer. While I don't agree with their philosophies personally, their gear is generally exceedingly good value for money. This unit has the potential to be a...Read complete review

I have a love hate relationship with Behringer. While I don't agree with their philosophies personally, their gear is generally exceedingly good value for money. This unit has the potential to be a bargain along the lines of a Shure SM57/58 but reliability is poor. I have owned 5 of these V-verb Pro 24/96 sunits, and this last order which arrived this weekend died within 2 hours of use. The screen flashes on and off and the unit loses power much like a lightbulb near the end of it's life. It is probably just a cold solder joint, but if Behringer would just improve their quality control on some of their products, in my opinion, it would result in a lot less hassles for the end user. My review is this, I wouldn't buy one, I would buy a back up for gigging or the studio. When it works it is amazing value for money. I just wouldn't have the peace of mind with this unit like I do with my other pieces. The reverbs while lush do attract a slight metallic top end, but given these units are less than most BOSS effects pedals, it is a deal to bring a smile to your face!

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By Fletch RockStarzUSA

from Colorado Springs

I have a love hate relationship with Behringer. While I don't agree with their philosophies personally, their gear is generally exceedingly good value for money. This unit has the potential to be a bargain along the lines of a Shure SM57/58 but reliability is poor. I have owned 5 of these V-verb Pro 24/96 sunits, and this last order which arrived this weekend died within 2 hours of use. The screen flashes on and off and the unit loses power much like a lightbulb near the end of it's life. It is probably just a cold solder joint, but if Behringer would just improve their quality control on some of their products, in my opinion, it would result in a lot less hassles for the end user. My review is this, I wouldn't buy one, I would buy a back up for gigging or the studio. When it works it is amazing value for money. I just wouldn't have the peace of mind with this unit like I do with my other pieces. The reverbs while lush do attract a slight metallic top end, but given these units are less than most BOSS effects pedals, it is a deal to bring a smile to your face!

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2.0

Unreliable

By unhappycamper

from Easton, PA

I've had this unit for about a year now in the PA with a three piece acoustic act. Although the sounds are good and programming is easy TWICE it has frozen at a gig. The only way to unfreeze it is to do a reset which wipes out all your programming!Guess I'll have to spend more money for an Alesis or something.

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5.0

deal of the century

This has got to be the best sounding reverb you can get for the price, but don't let the low price fool you. This thing sounds fabulous. I would buy 5 or 6 more if I needed them. This unit rates right up there with the high-end units, I promise you will never get this quality of sound this cheap again. Buy 1 before they're all gone.

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4.0

REV 2496 Sounds Awesome

By Skrone

from San Antonio, TX

I wish I could give this unit higher ratings because the sound is unbeatable until you start to get into the higher priced Lexicon units. Reverbs are smooth as silk and certainly have that expensive reverb sound that we all love. Problem is reliability - I own at least 25 pieces of Behringer kit and have not had any trouble with them over several years of use, but this unit has failed on me twice. First time it failed after 8 months at which time it started to emit a loud banging sound out of one channel intermittently. I sent it back under warranty. The warranty unit started to make a cracking sound not associated with the outputs or inputs. It was beyond the year at that point so I cracked the hood and found several cold solder joints which I repaired. The unit now works fine (for now). I do think its well worth the price even with these issues if you are handy or dont mind possibly dealing with Behringer for warranty.

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5.0

luscious reverbs on a budget

This is probably the ultimate reverb unit for a budget studio, it sounds really good...with so many perameters you can find endless nuances. The first unit I got had no input so I sent it back and another one arrived within a week, it worked perfectly. So be sure and check out your unit as soon as it comes. A a good reverb is probably the most essential effect for a small studio..get one before they are gone.

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3.0

Reliability Issues

By don-8-Ln3

from Severna Park, MD

The Behringer V-VERB PRO REV 2496 has great effects esp. the V-VERB algorithim for simulating large spaces such as churches and cathedrals. This sounds especially well with my Hauptwerk virtual organ software. The down side is the unit started to fail a few months after using it. The unit has two reverb engines A and B. Engine A started to fail after an hour of use with the output limiter saturating creating a crashing cymbal effect and then no output. The limiter recovers in a few minutes. I had to limit the use to Engine B only. However, it exhibits random channel dropouts. As the primary problem appears to be a thermal runaway effect, I found the Analog Devices ADSP running hot. There is no heat sinking so I added a heat sink but this did not fix the problem. The interior is a little disappointing with connectors glued down to prevent loosening with vibration. Electrical tape was wrapped around the power switch terminals. In the end you get the quality you pay for. Opt for the Lexicon,

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5.0

Best for the MONEY!!!

By OutFront Audio

from SW Florida

OK! its not a PCM91 but if you use this thing live you will have a real hard time telling the difference. I bought two of these for some through-away jobs and now I want to use them all the time. You will have a difficult time finding any reverb processor at this price that sounds like this. I get questions all the time about my outboard rack and when they see that I have the Behringer stuff they are shocked. I have used many products from this company and for the price how can you complain about a few bad units once in a while. I always order two of every product so that I can have one for a spare.... at this price why not? After all you have a spare tire for your car.Great job Behringer!!!

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5.0

easy, awesome, get the warranty

By Excessive Sound

from Milford, Massachusetts

I'm into pro audio, and my company is valued at over $100K. That said, it might surprise you how Behringer creeps into the mix. Occasionally, they do stuff really right, such as this unit and the mx9000. This unit is awesome for live sound (though I would not use it for the studio). I use it for delay. The ease of editability and the sound out-of-the box is impressive, and required for live sound. When the band starts a new song, I start hitting the tap tempo. Then I know that I can fire on the delay and it always sounds incredible. That said, it is already breaking. The screen is starting to go, and sometimes the unit has to be tapped for it to come back on. The thing sounds so good, and is so cheap, we're still considering buying a few more. This time, we'll pay extra attention to the warranty.

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5.0

Don't bother with a Lexicon unless its' a PCM91

By Category 5

from Ft. Lauderdale

True, the PCM 91 is a better reverb processor than this, but below that the Lexi line offers name more than anything. That said, if you really just need a great hardware reverb for live or studio use then it's foolish not to have one of these.Why Lexi verbs have been so famous is not just because of the smoothness of the tails (other processors have managed that). It is a poorly kept secret that modulation of the tail re-creates that Lexicon sound. It is here that Behringer manages to shine so brightly. The modulation of the V-verb tails is (dare I say) so lexi like that as long as people don't see the front panel they'll believe you have a much more expensive processor hidden somewhere. The 960 amibience effects are here too, on by golly they're GOOD! Pop the top on this guy and it's no surprise that there's not much inside. A ROM chip, AD/DA chip (96khz to boot), and a big fat SHARC DSP. Great verbs through history never needed too much HP by today's standards, it was always the algos that made the difference. At any rate, aside from the algos it's no surprise Behringer was able to make the hardware so inexpensive. Actually, the PSU and main/daughter circuit boards are actually of very high quality compared to some other gear I've peeked into. I'm getting a couple more of these. For the price I feel like I'm ripping someone off. As far as the sound, I'll pretend it's my own secret. Do yourself a favor and ignore the Behringer haters. ON pure quality this reverb could easily fetch close to a grand with another name on the front panel.PS - Go into setup forts and set the thing up for mono/stereo and internal/external mix or you might think you don't like what you hear. Also, dither and noise shaping are really only needed when re-recording to digital sources to avoid quantization. If you use this in a DAW, digi in/out is the way to go anyway.

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1.0

I had one of these

By DUMB GINEAU

from Who cares if I'm a

Keeping it mercenary and short. Do yourself a favor and get a LEXICON MP200 effects unit which has just as good, if not better, REVERB and other effects therein. The V Verb I had lasted 2 and half weeks and just went POOF, into the big BYE BYE.I sent it back and got a LEXICON MP200 for not much more dough. It's still tick'n. Buy something else other than BEHRINGER products as a rule of thumb IF you want something that lasts more than a couple of weeks.

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