DSP2024, the new addition to my shack

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DSP2024, the new addition to my shack

Post by YO3IBW » Thu Aug 26, 2010 1:10 am

Yesterday, I acquire the last addition to my shack. The third Behringer rack audio equipment near the other two (DSP1124p, MDX1600), this one is the effects processor Behringer Virtualizer Pro DSP2024.
I did set the way wz5q describe, and sounds OK. One thing I'm not sure about the audio connection, is there any improvement to use both channels (output left, input right... and so)?
My Mix setting is around 10 on a single channel configuration.
Do you know any other secrets on this wonderful and funny box? :D
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Post by Voodoo Guru » Thu Sep 02, 2010 3:03 am

Howdy YO3IBW,
Congrats on your new toy!
Yes, there is a benefit to using both channels in series as you describe.
It gives the effect a more 3 dimensional sound by configuring in this way.
You will have to reduce your MIX setting though.
Also you will not be able to use all the Effects settings in the DSP2024p as connecting the unit in this way causes a feedback on some of the Effects and causes them not to function correctly.
We think it is worth the penalty.
Try it and see.
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Post by YO3IBW » Thu Sep 02, 2010 4:34 am

Thanks!
There is some processing delay between what I can hear on the output of the audio chain and the moment I spit the words out from my mouth. Connecting those two channels could double this delay and make it worse. What do you know about the DSP2024? Is he using one chip for both channels or each channel has his own processing chip?
For the moment, the plate level (mix) is around 6. Just to polish a bit the sound and not to make the echoooo seriously visible. :D
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Post by Voodoo Guru » Thu Sep 02, 2010 6:01 am

Howdy,
We believe it is only one chip.
The delay you speak of has never been experienced here.
That is interesting.
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