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  • Behringer
    Triber Moderator
    2020-10-20

    FC600

    - http://bit.ly/Behringer-FC600 

    A heavy-duty foot pedal that works equally well as either a volume or keyboard modulation control pedal, without tying up your hands – or slowing down your performance.

    #Behringer #FC600 #Pedal #Guitar #Bass #Keyboard #ModulationControl

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  • DavidStackhouse
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-10-12

    Hello... I have a Behringer GX210 Ultratwin guitar amplifier that's making ground hum noise wherever I plug it in. I also tried using an Ebtech Hum X hum eliminator power adapter - it didn't make a difference that I could hear. The manual has no troubleshooting guide. Any suggestions? Thanks...   - DS

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    • DavidStackhouse
      DavidStackhouse So far I have tried...
      - different outlets throughout the home, with and without the Ebtech Hum X
      - turning off lights on dimmers
      - a ground adapter that changes from 3 to 2 prong (which wouldn't have been an acceptable solution even if it had worked)
      - swapping power cables
      - swapping audio cables
      ...all with no success. It's also worth mentioning that the hum is there whether or not an instrument is plugged in, and the volume level of the hum does not change no matter how much or how little I boost or cut the gain/volume on the amp. The volume, timbre, and "quality" of the hum do not change if, for instance, I plug in my guitar and touch its pickups.
      This is not necessarily a new problem. This amp was given to me, so I don't know if the hum was there before I inherited it. The hum isn't very loud - it would go unnoticed in live performance, but I wouldn't record it like this.

      So... again... any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks again...
      • October 12, 2020
    • DavidStackhouse
      Dale_M Hi David, possibly one last thing to try would be the amp at a different location to rule out an earthing issue at your residence, if the hum is still present as a mains 50-60hz low hum there may be a problem with the amp and it will need a repair, simply go to the support tab +create a care ticket/service request, I hope this helps.
      • October 14, 2020
      • Behringer GX210 Ultratwin amp ground hum
        DavidStackhouse Thanks, Dale... I'll give that a try.
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  • ChrisKern
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-25

    Im trying to find replacement catches for my berhinger pb 1000 ? 

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    • ChrisKern
      RexBeckett I would try opening a Care ticket. At the top of this page, click Support -> Create a Care Ticket and select Type: Spare Parts. Make sure that you enter all required (*) data before clicking Submit. The Care team will respond by email.
      • September 25, 2020
  • MichaelJordan
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-09-09

    My airplay ULG10 has stopped transmitting a signal even though both units turn on and since according to the lights. Have only used it 5 times.....????....any help would be greatly appreciated.  Can't seem to contact behringer directly.

    Thanks!!

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    • MichaelJordan
      WilliamR Hello Michael, If you go to the support tab above and create a service ticket someone will contact you to trouble shoot this for you.
      • September 9, 2020
    • MichaelJordan
      Jimmy66 Ciao have you news? I’ve got the same problem!
      • Mar 9
  • ScatPack2020
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-12

    This is a pic of the head

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    • ScatPack2020
      DanielPaine wonderful - I like the cobwebs. Authentic
      • August 18, 2020
    • ScatPack2020
      ScatPack2020 Yea I just got it I’m trying to find replacement knobs or the actual pits for this amp head it was given to me
      • August 18, 2020
  • ScatPack2020
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-08-12

    I have a behringer V-ampire lx1200h amp head missing three knobs and I would like to fix them do you have a parts diagram with part number so that I may replace them I just got this head.

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    • ScatPack2020
      KyleJohnson Hi Scatpack2020. To order parts, please submit a spare parts ticket by clicking the Support button at the top of the page.
      • August 12, 2020
  • Shash
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-02-18

    EQ700 is a wonderful eq pedal which is a must for a guitarist who has developed some ear for differentiating different 'tones'. 

    Please check the video for details.

    I hope to help sincerely. Please give thumbs up. 

    Thanks.

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  • Shash
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-08-31

    Hi friends.

    I use all Behringer pedal setup with a MIC500Ultragain USB as my pre-amp.

    My pedal order is TO800>>HM300>>UM300>>DR400>>CS300>>NR300.

    My NR300 is always connected in looped mode. So technically, I connect my guitar output to pre-amp then to Noise gate. Please give a listen and send comments for the attached music.

    Thanks. Keep rolling!

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  • Shash
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-08-31

    Hi friends.

    From many pedals of Behringer if you pick UM300 and play from very low settings to higher ones, you will wish this is a must for any level of guitar player. If you are new player on tight budget, siply go for it. But patience is the key here. Always start playing with the lowest settings of all buttons. Get the desired volume level first, then start adding distortion as needed. 3 band eq is present. In addtion, you can set the Mid frequncy value exactly to match a song you like or to your own music. So this eliminated the need of more OD or disortion pedals and can give smooth to high gain volumes. Basically, it is designed as a High gain pedal, but can sound Low also with proper settings.

    Please share your thoughts. Keep rolling!

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  • Shash
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-08-31

    Well friends. Behringer makes these 2 pedals HM300 and HD300. Before buying think of the following:

    Your music flavour = rock, hard rock

    Go for HD300 and you can play anything from Hendrix to Sabbath to Twisted Sister to Motley Crue and some Megadeth or Slayer or Metallica also. But most of the times the Distortion and Gain Boost need to be kept beyond 12 O'clock for better results. If you do not have a Noise Gate (NR300), quite noise is generated in the end.

    Your music flavour = metal, thrash, hard rock

    Go for HM300 and keep the MID and BASS before 12 O'clock and play anything by any metal band and your own music. Even at high settings of Distortion and LEVEL, very less noise is induced. Turning up the MID and BASS also higher will definitely invite noise and using Noise Gate (NR300) would be helpful.

    Your music flavour = stoner, doom, alternative

    Go for both of these and make a combination of sounds from various settings. You can get the LOW frequencies boosted from HD300 and start with all settings low. Increase needed setting on each pedal in steps till you get the desired DULL sound.

    Thanks for listening. Share your thoughts for these 2 pedals also.

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