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Behringer DIGITAL DELAY DD600 User Manual

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Thank you for showing your confidence in us by purchasing the BEHRINGER DIGITAL
DELAY DD600. This digital Delay 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, you'll have plenty of cool sounds at your disposal to handle every situation.
Select the effect mode via the MODE
switch (see table below).
Use the D.TIME control to fine-tune the
delay time. The delay time describes how
fast the signal repetitions will follow
after the original signal. Depending on
the selected mode, you can adjust it
between 1 ms and 2000 ms. In HOLD
and TEMPO modes, D.TIME is disabled.
The F.BACK (feedback) control adjusts
the amount of signal repetitions. In
HOLD mode, F.BACK is disabled.
LEVEL adjusts the effect level.
Use the ¼" TS IN connector to plug in
the instrument cable.
Use the ¼" TS TEMPO connector to
connect an external foot switch.
Use the foot switch to tap in the song
tempo (in TEMPO MODE).
The ¼" TS OUT A connector sends a
mono signal to your amp. In E/D mode,
it sends the effect signal only.
Use the PAN OUT connector and OUT
A to acheive a full stereo delay effect.
In E/D mode, it sends the dry signal only.
The ON/BATT LED illuminates when the effect is activated. It also serves as a
battery level indicator.
Use the foot switch to activate/deactivate the effect. In HOLD mode, use the foot
switch to start and stop the recording. The signal is recorded while holding down
the foot switch. Playback begins immediately after releasing it.
MODE
1
2
DELAY
3
4
5 HOLD
6 REVERSE
7 E/D
8
9
TEMPO
10
11
Use the DC IN connection at the front of the unit to plug in a 9 V power supply (not included).
The BATTERY COMPARTMENT is located underneath the pedal cover. To install or
replace the 9 V battery (not included), press the hinges with a ballpoint pen and remove
the pedal cover. Be careful not to scratch the unit.
The DD600 has no On/Off switch. It is operable as soon as you insert a
plug into the IN connector. Disconnect the plug, if you don't use the
DD600. In doing so, you can extend the life time of the battery.
DIGITAL DELAY DD600
1. CONTROLS
Effect description
Short delay
Short to medium delay
Medium to long delay
Long delay
Record and play back your performance
Signal is repeated in reverse
Stereo delay using OUT A and PAN OUT
Adds a quarter note
Adds an eighth note
Adds a dotted eighth note
Adds a triplet
Top view
D.TIME
1 - 50 ms
50 - 200 ms
200 - 800 ms
800 - 2000 ms
(Rec. time: max. 2 s)
1000 - 2000 ms
1 - 400 ms
D.TIME disabled.
Tap tempo via
external foot switch

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  Summary of Contents for Behringer DIGITAL DELAY DD600

  • Page 1 9 V battery (not included), press the hinges with a ballpoint pen and remove the pedal cover. Be careful not to scratch the unit. The DD600 has no On/Off switch. It is operable as soon as you insert a plug into the IN connector. Disconnect the plug, if you don’t use the DD600.
  • Page 2 Technical specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice. The information contained herein is correct at the time of printing. BEHRINGER accepts no liability for any loss which may be suffered by any person who relies either wholly or in part upon any description, photograph or statement contained herein.