Behringer DSP1124P Feedback Destroyer Pro Rack Unit Only

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$50
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This rack unit has some scratches on its bottom, has been tested OK.


The DSP1124P is a two-channel feedback eliminator that locates feedback frequencies immediately, sets extremely narrow notch filters to pull back the selected frequencies, while leaving the remainder of the signal virtually untouched. With its various modes the user can deal with virtually any live sound situation, or use it as a creative sound-shaping tool with 24-bands of fully parametric equalization.

The DSP1124P uses 24-bit A/D and D/A converters, and a 24-bit high speed DSP for processing functions. The unit can function in "Single Shot," "Manual" and "Auto Mode." Single Shot mode automatically searches and destroys feedback and locks the filter until it is reset manually. Manual mode allows for setting up to 2 x 12 fully parametric filters including frequency, bandwidth and gain. Auto mode continuously monitors the mix, resetting programmed filters automatically. Single Shot, Auto and Manual modes are assignable for each filter.


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Listed8 days ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
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