Behringer Ultra Graph Pro - you useing it?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Geoff L, Aug 22, 2001.

  1. Geoff L

    Geoff L Screenwriter

    Dec 9, 2000
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    Has anyone had experience with this EQ? It seems to be a steal at 179.00, though my concern is noise levels. Info is limited at best with me finding no real numbers so far. (As a web tv user I am unable to download there PDF files for what I would hope would be in dept specifcations) [​IMG]
    Dual 31 band with adujustable HP and LP filters. Constant Q and as they state extremly quiet amp slide gains.... I do own the Behringer Feedback Destroyer and for sub use, have been more than pleased aside from it's some what limited manual. Also, sub Eq-ing is quite a bit more forgiving in the noise department.
    Anyone useing this unit or had first had experience with it?
    Cost issues are a never ending thing for most of us and im no exception to the rule. Been looking at many others that are proven performers, (Audio Control, Ashly, Furman, DBX, Rane, and slightly lower lines like, Nady, ART, DOD, but costs and or noise floors keep me looking on.
  2. Ian Wilson

    Ian Wilson Agent

    Mar 10, 2000
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    Geoff here are the specs copied from the pdf technical doc.
    Connectors XLR and 1/4" jack
    Type RF filtered, servo-balanced input
    Impedance 50 kOhm balanced, 25 kOhm unbalanced
    Max. input level +21 dBu balanced and unbalanced
    CMRR typ. 40 dB, > 53 dB @ 1 kHz
    Connectors XLR and 1/4" jack
    Type electronically servo-balanced output stage
    Impedance 60 Ohms balanced, 30 Ohms unbalanced
    Max. output level +21 dBu balanced and unbalanced
    Frequency response 10 Hz to 35 kHz, +/- 3 dB
    Noise > 92.3 dBu, unweighted, 22 Hz to 22 kHz
    THD 0.004 % typ. @ +4 dBu, 1 kHz, Gain 1
    Crosstalk < -85 dB, 22 Hz to 22 kHz
    Type 12 dB/oct., butterworth
    Input variable (-15 dB to +15 dB)
    Low cut variable (10 Hz to 400 Hz)
    High cut variable (2.5 kHz to 30 kHz)
    Type analog 1/3-octave equalizer
    Frequency range 20 Hz to 20 kHz in 31 1/3-octave bands (ISO frequencies)
    Bandwidth 1/3 octave
    Control range +/- 6 dB or +/- 12 dB (switchable)
    Audio in/out switch to bypass the equalizer functions
    I/O meter in/out switches the meter display from input to output
    Range shift of the maximum cut/boost range for all 31 bands
    Input/output level 12-segment LED display: -30/-24/-18/-12/-6/-3/0/+3/+6/+9/+12/+18 dB
    Function switch LED indicator for every switch
    Mains voltages USA/Canada 120 V ~, 60 Hz
    U.K./Australia 240 V ~, 50 Hz
    Europe 230 V ~, 50 Hz
    General export model 100 - 120 V ~, 200 - 240 V ~, 50 - 60 Hz
    Power consumption max. 20 Watts
    Fuse 100 - 120 V ~: T 400 mA H
    200 - 240 V ~: T 200 mA H
    Mains connection standard IEC receptacle
    Dimension app. 3 1/2" (89 mm) * 19" (482.6 mm) * 5.3" (135 mm)
    Weight app. 2.5 kg
  3. Geoff L

    Geoff L Screenwriter

    Dec 9, 2000
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    I must say a big thanks, [​IMG] as this is the info I am looking for!
    The noise floor is slightly higher than I would like to see.
    Not sure if im reading the noise floor correctly ~(could someone explain what wieghted means in this spec)~
    A 100 or better sig to noise would be much more to my tastes. Though useing them in HT will be some what more forgiving than serious 2 channel. Mostly cutting freqs with room problems.
    Would hope than some one has this in line allready with some real feelings as to how they liked or dis-liked it. Seems that the noise floor and input handeling of digital peeks, considering my limited use of pro-EQ's, would be the two biggest problems.
    Please feel free (anyone), to educate me on this issue!
    Also still looking for anyone with hands on experience with this afforadable unit. Thinking seriously of giveing one a 30 day demo given thier return policy before ordering the other two. Out the $8.00 shipping which I consider reasonable. Time enough to tell if one finds it very usefull or totaly useless.

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