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Behringer Minifex FEX800

Product Code: 380200

BEHRINGER MINIFEX FEX800 An ultra-compact stereo multi-effects processor makes a perfect choice i...

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BEHRINGER MINIFEX FEX800 An ultra-compact stereo multi-effects processor makes a perfect choice in expanding your gear collection. Its 16 FX presets in 24-bit/48 kHz resolution include reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, phaser, rotary speaker, pitch shifter and multi-effects. There is an intuitive FX Preset control with LED program indication. Versatile Edit and Tap/Select functions let you control a wide range of FX parameters. You get precise level indication using the Stereo Input Level control that also includes an accurate 6-digit LED Input meter for precise level indication. There are dedicated Mix Balance and Output Level controls for perfect effects level adjustment. Using the additional footswitch connector lets you easily control FX on/off (footswitch not provided). In addition, all MINI Series models can be stacked on top of each other to create an ultra-compact signal processing solution.

Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 17 April 2016
    Almost totally useless, only the delay does its job. Can't recommend this item.
  • Verified Customer
    on 19 September 2013
    used as a second set of efx on top of original.fits ideally in rack next to vox receivers.
  • Verified Customer
    on 06 February 2011
    This product was bought with the intention to be used as a small FX post as my current mixer didn't have one built in! So I bought this, amazingly small, unbelievable quality great little Proccessor!
  • Verified Customer
    on 28 January 2011
    I needed an effects box to use with the mixing desk in my rehearsal room. I hooked it up to the aux bus, mainly to use on vocals. It would be better if I could combine more effects at once, but the two basic reverb settings I use actually sound quite good. It is a preset based device, and although you can tweek one or two parameters for each of the settings, they return to default at power-up. The price is amazing though; it is still good vfm even if I only ever use two settings.

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