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Behringer V-Tone Acoustic Adi21

Product Code: 380500

Get that sought-after unplugged sound with practically no effort! Acquire natural warmth and pr...

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Get that sought-after natural acoustic sound with practically no effort! Acquire natural warmth and presence as if you were running the signal through a tube preamp. There is an ultra-musical 3- band EQ with sweepable mids for accurate feedback control and eliminating the harsh harmonics of piezos. Super-high impedance lets you retain maximum signal integrity and dynamics. Use the ADI21 either for direct recording output with tube/microphone emulation or as a standard active direct injection box. The output is laid out on -` TS or balanced, gold-plated XLR connectors. A ground lift switch eliminates typical ground loop problems, and it runs on a 9 V battery or a DC power supply (not included).

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Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 29 August 2012
    Small, good sound, light
  • Verified Customer
    on 07 July 2011
    It's not A Fishman, but then it's not priced like a Fishman. Works well with my Mandolin. The "warmth" feature adds noise so use sparingly. The unpointed knobs are unhelpful on a dark stage, but a blob of white paint soon fixed it.
  • Verified Customer
    on 18 April 2011
    I got this to give me a bit more control over my acoustic sound on stage. At the price it seemed worth taking a chance. I've had mixed experiences with it. Didn't sound great on my acoustic- even a passive magnetic pickup seemed to clip the input, while the EQ and blend mainly helped to make it sound muddier/ harsher. On the other hand I've used it in the studio to DI a bass guitar and it did OK in a vintage lofi kind of way. If you were looking to take the edge of a cheap piezo-equipped electro-acoustic guitar this would probably do the job, but if you're after a really great amplified acoustic sound- well you get what you pay for.