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    I received my Behringer Bi-Phase the other day.

    I purchased it from an official Behringer distributor in Vietnam - - sent to my home in the United Kingdom.

    Tried to register the product several times but there is no option of 'Bi-Phase' listed in the drop down menus.

    Is there a chance this will be rectified very soon, please?

    Kind Regards,

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    • TelboyD
      Dale_M Can I ask that you use another product so you can submit the form but advise us that you have a Bi-Phase -we can manually register the correct product our end. Once you have submitted please advise me here of the case number.
      • Jul 10
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     Both pedals just stopped. Power supply works fine with other pedals. I really liked the TO808, VB400 I'm not bothered about. Won't be buying again after dieing before they make 6 months ?

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    • Simoon
      Dale_M Sorry to hear this, if you have your proof of purchase please contact us from the Support tab and raise a Technical ticket so we can assist with the warranty.
      • May 16
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    Newcomer - Level 1

    Hey there,

    Would be great for all guitar players to have an alternative, and a cheap one, to a freeze pedal like the EHX freeze.

    Behringer can do it!

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    Please get this message to the CE-1 Chorus pedal remake team. So I know exactly what a CE-1 in original condition should sound like, exactly. I know what to do with it, and could record some playing of it for you for possible guidance when you release demos. I'm not interested in trying to do the demo, but to offer you my opinion on how closely it sounds, functions, and reacts compared to the original. You should take me up on it, as there aren't many my age who had experience with the original in good condition. I got it free in 1980 when I was 20, from an older player. You can message me on FB at I hope you take me up on it. Thank you!

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    • shawnbehr1
      Dale_M Many thanks for your offer I will pass your comments over to the design team.
      • Apr 30
      • I'd like to help you test the CE-1. I am a guitarist who owned the original for thirty years.
        shawnbehr1 well, I haven't heard anything, about testing or release... Any news? Thank you.
        • Jun 25
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    Newcomer - Level 1

    is the 9v ac pwr cord on an older DR-600 still compatible with all Behringer pedals?

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    • Harlow1st
      NicJonesMT Hi Harlow1st.
      It should be yes. Before connecting though ensure that you check the Voltage, Amps and Polarity that the other pedals need to power up. If the specs dont match with the cable you have then don't use it.
      • Apr 4
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    Newcomer - Level 1

    Purchased this V-amp LX1 in 2009, the presets would not store...I tested the battery and it was dead so I replaced it with the same kind (CR2032) but still, any changes in presets will not store...please advise:)


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    Hi, I have been trying to get in touch with someone at your company in regards to becoming a reseller of Behringer and TC Electronics products. Why is it so difficult to talk to someone?

    I've emailed the retailsolutions people a couple times, and I have made several tickets to other areas, and I'm told that my information will be passed along, but still no contact. 

    Do you have a phone number to a sales department you can share? 

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    • rockfordsound
      PedroRodrigues Hi rockfordsound, thank you for your post, Can you please provide the case number via PM so I can assist on this matter. Thank you
      • Feb 4
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    I am having issue with BLE400 Bass limiter enhancer. Whenever i switch on hissing noise is there. What to do??

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    • Aniketverma
      PedroRodrigues Hi Aniketverma, thank you for your post, I would suggest confirming that you are using your unit with 1/4" TS IN/OUT connector and you are using DC 9 V?, 100 mA power supply, please confirm that you cables are in good conditions and you are connecting your pedal directly to wall socket.
      If following the steps advised above did not result in any improvement, I would suggest following the link below and submit a case with our Service Department, so your unit can be inspected.

      Thank you
      • October 29, 2021
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    Newcomer - Level 1


    I have the following guitar effects pedals.

    Guitar >
    > Behringer HB01 Hell Babe Wah-Wah Pedal (Dunlop DB-01 Dimebag Cry Baby From Hell)
    > Behringer CS400 Compressor / Sustainer Effect Pedal (Boss CS-3) >
    > Behringer NR300 Noise Reducer Effect Pedal (Boss NS-2) >
    > Behringer CL9 Compressor Limiter Effect Pedal (Ibanez CP9) >
    > Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Effect Pedal (Boss FZ-2) >
    > Behringer UC200 Ultra Chorus Effect Pedal (Boss CH-1) >
    > Behringer UO300 Ultra Octaver Effect Pedal (Boss OC-2 Octave) >
    > Behringer TO800 Vintage Tube Overdrive Effect Pedal (Ibanez TS808 Vintage Tube Screamer) >
    > Behringer TM300 Tube Amp Modeler Effect Pedal (Tech 21 SansAmp GT2) >
    > Behringer EQ700 Graphic Equalizer Effect Pedal (Boss GE-7)* >
    > Behringer UT300 Ultra Tremolo Effect Pedal (Boss TR-2) >
    > Behringer UV300 Ultra Vibrato Effect Pedal (Boss VB-2) >
    > Behringer VD400 Vintage Delay Effect Pedal (Boss DM-3) >
    > Behringer DR600 Digital Reverb Effect Pedal (Boss RV-5) >
    > Boss RC-1 Loop Station Looper Pedal >
    > Behringer TU300 Chromatic Tuner (Boss TU-2)* >
    > Amplifier

    Can anyone please help me to get them into an appropriate order?

    Best regards, Lloyd Borrett.

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    • lloyd0borrett
      Dale_M Hi there, that's a lot of pedals!. Tuner first to wah then Overdrive/distortion/compression should go before Chorus, and any ambience pedals towards the end, delay should always go last then your loop station. There are no rules regarding this but a best practice approach many guitarist will agree on.
      • September 26, 2021
    • lloyd0borrett
      BibsJ You're going to need a phaser!
      • October 2, 2021
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