8 user reviews on Behringer Ultra-Curve Pro DSP Behringer Ultracurve Pro Digital Equalizer Go to your nearest Pro-Audio shop and buy one. NOW! Review By Thorsten Loesch. For years, I’ve been wanting a dedicated real time analyzer (RTA) in my studio. An RTA is a device that will display the amplitude of frequencies across the.
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Ergo, feed the Ultracurve Pro input with a lot of Level and you get good sound. I haven’t had a single problem I only had to change the battery. Don’t bother reading the rest of the review, it’s boring Having the EQ placed there and using the “shelf tool” of the UC allows extremely quick and effective equalization of the Music when required.
Then we fill this as much expensive room treatment as we can afford and sit down to listen, in our comfy chair in around 3m distance. I’ve used an Ultra Curve for some time – Takes some getting use to – Once you become familiar – It’s a breeze – Considering the product is discontinued I recently purchased a behringre up – The RTA Auto Mode I don’t care for ultraccurve when analyzing speakers manually your able to get a perfectly flat response – Exceptional sound at any price – Saving the program is essential – I use three sets of monitor’s – Being able to call up the settings for each pair all within one unit with the touch of a button is nothing short of great!
My ears hear no difference between the LT and LM. T Pace, Rhythm, Acceleration, Timing. I think considering that the Analogue signal from Vinyl is first digitized, then converted back to analogue the fact that only minimal sonic degradation happened is most impressive. Behrigner find I’m always having my eyes closed when adjusting these, making it easier to hear what is going on.
And it does not even cost the earth. Then I finally sat down to listen seriously. For the money it’s a clear bargain if there ever was one.
With that done I found that the sound was somewhat altered and to the worse, yet not so terribly that I yelled “take it out”. It does not allow an automatic correction effective but there are few processors that are merely satisfactory on this point. Now in case you have been reading the late lamented “Audio” Magazine you already know what I’m driving at. I am sure it will prove to be a very valuable tool in my system.
Within around one minute the system will equalize both channels as flat as it can. Midrange Hz – 3, Hz. It’s helped me keep tabs on my mixes, especially after listening to a lot of CD’s through it while watching the display, and has also helped me pinpoint frequencies while EQ’ing. The requirement to step through menus on the Behringer is distracting and the menus are not as ergonomic as they could be, but flicking through them quickly becomes routine.
High-frequencies 3, Hz on up. The Behringer unit has been taking some stick in US dominated Pro-Audio Newsgroups for compressing dynamics, sounding harsh, noisy and so on, especially on the analogue signal path. You gotta be kidding buddy. Keele had included the sub Hz response the graph would have been way of scale.
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And of course you mentioned how tone controls and equalizers are for Audio Wussies, how real men know “how to take it” and so on There was that clarity and professional sound that I had been The “floor bounce” induced suck out around the Hz Depending on your system you should consider buying it. It is a dramatic gehringer, no beef about that.
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And quite frankly, at the price I do not care the tiniest bit if the Ultracurve Pro becomes obsolete two years from now as it will not support 96kHz or kHz sample rate or SACD.
And I let as a. Comparing the modified and 24 Hours burned in Ultracurve Pro in the bypass test no EQ selected, the 5db attenuation benringer against the straight plugging together of the cables into each other left only the slightest remaining impact on the sound. People who bought this also bought. For corrective scope and especially delicacy and pinpoint accuracy of correction the Behringer Ultracurve smokes Cello big time Steve says: My next stop was the quite substantial over fifty A4 pages Manual, to see what I would need to do to make this box of tricks jump through the hoops.
I do not know but I think it can boost circulation and lead a night. One that would allow me to correct for flaws in the recording. The curve can be selected as the classic “Bell” curve or as “shelf” where below or above a certain corner frequency all remaining sliders are boosted equally, with a slope as programmed towards the rest of range.
Flat in room response from 30Hz to 16kHz. The bass gained definition, speed and “deep impact”, in the midrange Voices suddenly sounded all that more real and the soundstaging showed much more solid images.
I boosted the 20Hz and 20kHz slider a bit, to make sure the Auto-Q function would sort these out as well and repeated the process, this time watching.
Simply plugging the XLR output and input plugs together allowed me the ultimate bypass test, eliminating the Ultracurve Pro totally from the signal path.
Go to your nearest Pro-Audio shop and buy one. It has memory settings to save the settings of the unit and can be connected to a PC or Mac running Microsoft Windows emulation.
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You know Thorsten that i reviewed the Z-Systems unit and had the Cello too. I am just getting familiar with this product and have not ultracuurve purchased the TRS tip-ring-sleeve plugs that facilitates full usage of this device. Go and haggle, pro-audio is highly competitive marketplace, you’ll be surprised about the deals possible.