DIGITAL DELAY DD400
Thank you for showing your conﬁ dence in us by choosing the BEHRINGER DIGITAL DELAY
DD400. This ultimate effects pedal is designed to deliver 24-bit high-resolution stereo delay
sounds comparable to state-of-the-art studio processors. Thanks to its parameter controls and
built-intap tempo feature, you'll have plenty of cool sounds at your disposal to handle every
The delay effect creates a delay of the input signal with various repetitions. Different tempo
settings allow interesting delay effects.
The LEVEL control adjusts the output level.
The FEEDBACK (Feedback) control adjusts the amount of signal repetitions.
The TIME (Delay Time) control adjusts the exact delay time.Depending on the MODE
control position you can adjust it around 200 ms, 500 ms or 1300 ms. The delay time
describes how fast the signal repetitions will follow after the original signal.
With the MODE control you can chose between three different delay time ranges
around 200 ms, 500 ms or 1300 ms with either mono (M) or stereo (S) delay. The exact
delay time can be adjusted by the TIME control. In position HOLD the signal will be
The ON/BATT LED illuminates when the effect is activated. It also serves as a battery
Use the footswitch to activate/deactivate the effect. The built-in tap tempo feature is
also accessed through this switch.
Hold the footswitch down for at least one second and release to enter tap mode. The
LED will blink in rhythm with the current tempo.
Tap the footswitch to the desired tempo. The pedal will measure the time between
the last two taps and automatically employ this as the delay time. The LED will now
ﬂ ash in rhythm with the new tempo.
After a few seconds, the unit will automatically exit tap mode and the footswitch can
be used to activate/deactivate the effect again.
Turning the Time knob will override the tapped tempo and the delay will be deter-
mined by the settings of the Mode and Time knobs.
Use this ¼" TS IN connector to plug in the instrument cable.
The two ¼" TS connectors OUT A and OUT B send the signal to your amp. Use both
connectors if you want to achieve full stereo delay effect. For mono use just plug in
Use the DC IN connection at the front of the unit to plug in a 9 V power supply