User manual Behringer high-precision digital 24-bit/96 kHz EQ/RTA mastering processor DEQ2496

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ULTRACURVE PRO DEQ2496  
Compressor only:  
CHANNEL MODE  
The compressor features an additional KNEE function, which  
makes it possible to achieve a very unobtrusive and musical  
form of compression. The KNEE parameter controls the area  
around the threshold point, in which the compressor curve is  
As already mentioned, you can choose between DUAL MONO  
and STEREO LINK mode. In DUAL MONO mode all settings for the  
left and right stereo sides can be entered separately. When you  
switch to STEREO LINK mode, the settings of one stereo side  
will be copied to the other. You can select whether the left side  
shall be copied to the right, or the right side to the left (“COPY  
LEFT->BOTH”or“COPYRIGHT->BOTH”).Allsubsequentediting  
will have an effect on both sides simultaneously. Finally, to  
activate one CHANNEL MODE, confirm your entry with the B key  
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rounded out”.  
The KNEE setting range is from 0 to 30 dB and can be entered  
with the large data wheel.  
A long key press on the B key resets the parameters on the  
dynamics pages, however, not the LIMITER settings (see next  
chapter 3.4.1).  
(“ACCEPTMODE”).  
GEQ MODE (“TRUE RESPONSE”)  
Due to the design of conventional equalizers there is always a  
difference between the adjusted frequency response curve  
and the resulting real frequency response. This difference  
depends on the frequency and the amount of boost/cut applied.  
Adjacent frequency ranges have a mutual influence on each  
other, so that the amounts of boost/cut in the individual frequency  
bands are added together.  
3.4.1 LIMITER menu  
Fig. 3.15: LIMITER menu  
On page 2 of the DYN menu, you can change to the LIMITER  
page with key B. In general, a limiter can be considered a  
compressor, however, one which always uses a maximum  
attenuation factor, thus effectively suppressing all signal peaks  
and protecting connected power amps and speakers from  
overload and possible damage. Here, too, the display shows  
how the signal is limited. Also available are a LEVEL meter (in  
this case displaying the output signal) and a GAIN meter showing  
the level reduction.  
The HOLD function determines how long the signal level is  
reduced, once the threshold has been exceeded (upper data  
wheel). Only when this time has expired (0 - 1,000 ms), will the  
RELEASE parameter take over. The control range of the  
THRESHOLD parameter (large data wheel) is from 0 to -24 dB,  
RELEASE can be adjusted between 20 and 4,000 ms (lower  
data wheel). A long key press on the B key resets the LIMITER  
parameters to their default values.  
Fig. 3.17: Graphic equalizer without frequency response  
correction (UNCORRECTED)  
The setting UNCORRECTED retains this mutual influence. With  
a specially developed algorithm the ULTRACURVE PRO can make  
up for this phenomenon. To use this characteristic, select TRUE  
RESPONSE.  
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The LIMITER function is always active and cannot  
be switched off. It is also active in bypass mode,  
however, only works to a limit value of 0 dB, so as  
to avoid digital distortion occurring on the outputs.  
3.5 UTILITY menu  
The UTILITY menu provides basic defaults settings (GENERAL  
SETUP) and MIDI configurations on two pages. The upper and  
lower data wheels select the parameters, which can then be  
edited with the large data wheel.  
Fig. 3.18: Graphic equalizer with frequency response  
correction (TRUE RESPONSE)  
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When you keep the UTILITY key pressed for about  
s, the ULTRACURVE PRO will be locked and cannot  
be accessed any longer (PANEL LOCKED). Keep the  
key pressed again to unlock the unit (PANEL  
UNLOCKED).  
The resulting real frequency response now corresponds  
exactly to the setting made with the graphic equalizer.  
GAIN OFFSET (EQ)  
GENERAL SETUP (page 1)  
Here, you can correct the overall gain of the EQ modules.  
RTA NOISE CORRECTION  
The algorithm used by the RTA (Real-Time Analyzer,“warped” FFT)  
leads to inaccuracies with wide-spectrum signals such as noise,  
due to the asymmetric overlapping of individual frequency ranges.  
When the built-in noise generator is on or the AVRG setting in the  
RTA menu has been selected, this correction will be made  
automatically, and needs not be switched on manually. With all  
other signals, however, this function should be off; otherwise,  
the individual frequency bands might be displayed incorrectly.  
Fig. 3.16: UTILITY menu (page 1)  
CONTRAST  
Here you can adjust the display contrast to adapt it optimally to  
studio/stage environments (large data wheel).  
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3. MENU STRUCTURE AND EDITING  

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