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Behringer DR115DSP Limit on Display

Hi all,

I just purchased a pair of Behringer DR - 115 DSP'S and got to try them out today.

Very nice sounding speakers and a lot of control with the DSP in terms to EQ's and crossovers etc.

I'm a bit confused though in regards the limiting applied to this speaker it seems to display LIMIT on the LCD randomly. It's doesn't matter what level the input is at it will say LIMIT at low volumes and at high.
This is annoying as honestly I don't know where the true limit is of the speaker.


I'm running from Pioneer decks via XLR to the Behringer. volume on the Pioneer is at 12 OClock and the output meter reads -16db or so . Input gain is at 12 oclock and the volume on the LCD is at 0DB on the Behringer.

There is an input meter which monitors input on the LCD of the Behringer and this is 1/4 of the way full when playing something through the speaker, I feel I'm nowhere near clipping either.

I'm wondering if anyone could either shed light on any similar situations like this they had or if (God forbid) I should send the speakers back.

 

 

yaboymichaeld Contributor - Level 1 2019-11-08

2019-11-08

Behringer DR115DSP Limit on Display

Hi all,

I just purchased a pair of Behringer DR - 115 DSP'S and got to try them out today.

Very nice sounding speakers and a lot of control with the DSP in terms to EQ's and crossovers etc.

I'm a bit confused though in regards the limiting applied to this speaker it seems to display LIMIT on the LCD randomly. It's doesn't matter what level the input is at it will say LIMIT at low volumes and at high.
This is annoying as honestly I don't know where the true limit is of the speaker.


I'm running from Pioneer decks via XLR to the Behringer. volume on the Pioneer is at 12 OClock and the output meter reads -16db or so . Input gain is at 12 oclock and the volume on the LCD is at 0DB on the Behringer.

There is an input meter which monitors input on the LCD of the Behringer and this is 1/4 of the way full when playing something through the speaker, I feel I'm nowhere near clipping either.

I'm wondering if anyone could either shed light on any similar situations like this they had or if (God forbid) I should send the speakers back.

 

 

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