If you need a dose of digital magic to add to your sound, tap into the Behringer MINIFEX FEX800. This small stereo multi-effects processor has 16 effects presets, including reverb, delay, chorus, flan... Click To Read More About This Product
If you need a dose of digital magic to add to your sound, tap into the Behringer MINIFEX FEX800. This small stereo multi-effects processor has 16 effects presets, including 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 provide control over a wide range of effects parameters.
The FEX800 has two modes of operation: mono and stereo. It features balanced 1/4" and XLR inputs and outputs. A stereo input level control with digit LED input meter provides precise level indication. The FEX800 has dedicated mix, balance and output level controls for accurate level adjustment. If you're using the FEX800 live, an optional footswitch connector provides easy on/off switching. High-quality potentiometers, illuminated switches and low-noise audio operational amplifiers offer exceptional sound performance.
The FEX800 is the simple, portable and affordable way to add an exciting new dimension to your sound. And of course, it can be stacked to create an ultra-compact signal processing solution.
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Comments about Behringer Minifex FEX800 Ultracompact Stereo Multi-Effects Processor:
I was looking for a compact effects box to compliment a mixer I had recently bought that has no onboard effects, and I came across this item. The 16 effects are broad based, tweakable, and usable. I was primarily interested in the reverbs for vocal use, and these seem rich, full, and vibrant. Among the fx listed was rotary, so I hooked up a clonewheel and tried that out. While it isn't the same quality as a Ventilator or a Burn, it was way more than passible. My only gripe was that the speed change is only made by the "Tap/Select" front panel button, not by the foot switch. Not a deal breaker by any means. One other comment: Despite the description, there are no XLR ins or outs, only 1/4" jacks. In conclusion if you're looking for some good effects for a small amount of coin, you can't do better than this unit.