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Behringer VINTAGE DELAY VD400 User Manual

Behringer vd400 effects pedals: user guide
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Thank you for showing your confidence in us by purchasing the BEHRINGER VINTAGE
DELAY VD400. This ultimate effects pedal is designed to deliver amazing 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 almost any situation.
The delay effect creates a delay of the input signal with various repetitions. Different
tempo settings allow interesting delay effects.
The REPEAT RATE control adjusts the delay time (repetition rate).
The ECHO control adjusts the effect output level.
The INTENSITY control adjusts the number of repetitions.
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 this 1/4" TS IN connector to plug in the instrument cable.
The 1/4" TS OUT connector sends the signal to your amp.
The 1/4" TS DIR OUT connector sends the unaffected signal to connect, for
example, to a separate amp.
If you use the OUT connector only, it will send the affected signal and, when
deactivated, the unaffected signal. When using both the OUT and the DIR
OUT, the VD400 acts like an A/B box. This means when activated, the OUT
sends only the echo signal while the DIR OUT carries the dry signal. When
deactivated the OUT is muted while the DIR OUT sends the unaffected signal.
Use the DC IN connection 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 VD400 has no on/off switch. As soon as you insert the plug into the IN
connector, the VD400 is on. When not in use, remove the plug from the IN
connector. This extends the life of the battery.
VINTAGE DELAY VD400
1. CONTROLS
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  Summary of Contents for Behringer VINTAGE DELAY VD400

  • Page 1 Be careful not to scratch the unit. The VD400 has no on/off switch. As soon as you insert the plug into the IN connector, the VD400 is on. When not in use, remove the plug from the IN connector.
  • Page 2: Specifications

    Technical specifications and appearance 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.