Behringer FBQ6200HD

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2x 31 Band Equalizer with Feedback Detector

  • Works as a feedback detector or as an audio analyser
  • Limiter
  • Pink noise generator
  • 2x XLR or 6.3mm jack input
  • 2x XLR or 6.3mm jack output
  • 1x XLR Mono sub output with X-Over frequency controller
  • Height: 3 U
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 133 x 483 x 138 mm
  • Weight: 2.3 kg
available since May 2016
Item number 384414
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Frequency Bands 31
Channels 2
Digital No
$169
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Great EQ, especially for its price.
AstronautDown 12.11.2020
This is a great EQ. For its price.

I took away one star for one reason. Starting from 0bd the are 5+5 unmarked lines upwards and downwards along each frequency slider. Considering the range is either +/- 12db or +/-6db I can't comprehend who thought dividing the fader to 5 segments would make any sense...? If it was 6 lines it would be so easy landing on the desired boost. Now you have to think each line as 2.4db (or 1.2db). Is it a nitpick? Maybe. But If you have very specific targets to hit for 30 frequencies after careful room measurements, it's not.
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TAILOR YOUR SOUND.
REBUS-TAHEEM 27.02.2022
THIS MODEL IS OVER 15 YEARS OLD,
AND IS STILL A WINNER AT THE PRICE.
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Linton 11.01.2022
Verte good product, world perfectly and finely
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Good product, value for money, but with room for improvement
DJ Tetei 05.08.2021
Overall, Behringer FBQ6200HD is a good graphic equaliser, allowing you to shape the audio signal as needed, but there is room for improvement, as follows:
- being a rack unit, it is not practical to place the on/off button on back of the unit
- it would have been nice to see some dust protection on the faders panel
- the input and output level meters readings seems to be off by about 6 dB. I verified this symptom using three mixers, from different brands, and when the mixers master output level meters indicate 0 dB, the level meters on Behringer FBQ6200HD reads -6 dB and their ballistics are slower.
- although it offers a dedicated subwoofer output, with variable crossover, it lacks the option to set a delay for the subwoofer and so you are compelled to place the subwoofer in the same plane with the main speakers.
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