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Behringer DR600 User Manual

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DIGITAL REVERB DR600
Thank you for showing your confidence in us by purchasing the BEHRINGER DIGITAL
REVERB DR600. This ultimate effects pedal is specifically designed to deliver 24-bit high-
resolution stereo reverbs comparable to state-of-the-art studio processors. Thanks to
six renowned modes and extensive parameter control for maximum creativity you'll have
plenty of cool sounds at your disposal for every situation.
The LEVEL control adjusts the output level.
The TONE control allows you to shape your overall sound.
The TIME control determines the reverb time.
The MODE control lets you chose between six different reverb sounds:
SPRING: Simulates classic spring reverberation.
PLATE: Simulates the sound of plate reverberation.
HALL: Very bright reverb that simulates the reflections of a concert hall.
GATE: This effect synthetically cuts off reverberation after a period of time.
ROOM: Clearly hear natural room acoustics.
MODULATE: By detuning the reverb tail it creates spacious, almost choir-like
reverb that reminds a little bit of a chorus effect.
The ON/BATT LED illuminates when the effect is activated. It also serves as a
battery level indicator.
Use the footswitch to activate/deactivate the effect.
Use the two 1/4" TS connectors IN A and IN B to plug in a stereo input signal. For
mono use just plug in IN A.
The two 1/4" TS connectors OUT A and OUT B send the signal to your amp. Use both
connectors if you want to achieve full stereo effect. For mono use just plug in OUT A.
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, press the hinges with a ballpen and remove the pedal cover. Be
careful not to scratch the unit.
The DR600 has no on/off switch. As soon as you insert the jack into the IN
connector, the DR600 begins running. When not using the DR600, remove
the jack from the IN connector. This extends the life of the battery.
The SERIAL NUMBER is located at the bottom.
1. CONTROLS
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  Summary of Contents for Behringer DR600

  • Page 1 9 V battery, press the hinges with a ballpen and remove the pedal cover. Be careful not to scratch the unit. The DR600 has no on/off switch. As soon as you insert the jack into the IN connector, the DR600 begins running. When not using the DR600, remove the jack from the IN connector.
  • Page 2: Specifications

    0.33 kg (0.73 lbs) BEHRINGER is constantly striving to maintain the highest professional standards. As a result of these efforts, modifications may be made from time to time to existing products without prior notice. Specifications and appearance may therefore differ from those listed or shown.