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

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ULTRACURVE PRO DEQ24+96Please note that the WIDTH function (stereo  
imager) is not available in DUAL MONO mode, and  
is therefore not displayed in the BYPASS menu.  
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.8 RTA menu (Real-Time Analyzer)  
Your ULTRACURVE PRO DEQ2496 features an FFT real-time  
analyzer for the graphic representation of all frequency ranges  
Fig. 3.23: I/O menu (page 4)  
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61 bands). Additionally, this menu includes an AUTO EQ function  
AEQ) for automatic frequency response correction (see chapter  
.8.1).  
On the fourth page of the I/O menu, the ULTRACURVE PRO  
DEQ2496 allows you to delay either the MAIN output signal or the  
AUX signal, which is useful, for example, when the connected  
speakers are positioned at a distance from each other, which  
results in audible run-time differences and/or phase cancellation.  
With the A key you can select the left or right stereo side.  
Independently of the Stereo LINK mode both sides can be  
processed separately. Keep the key pressed to edit both sides  
simultaneously. The B key determined whether the MAIN or AUX  
output signal is processed. Keep this key pressed to reset all  
delay settings.  
Fig. 3.25: RTA menu (page 1)  
On the first page, the A key selects the analyzer input signal.  
With the upper data wheel you can determine the unit for the  
delay settings. You can choose between milliseconds (0 - 300  
ms), feet (0 - 338.08 ft) or meters (0 - 103.08 m). If feet or meters  
have been selected, the lower data wheel adjusts the current  
ambient temperature in °Fahrenheit or °C, so as to ensure an  
optimum delay response pattern (TEMP.). This is necessary  
because the speed of sound largely depends on the ambient  
temperature. For example, at 20 °C ambient temperature, the  
speed of sound is 343.6 m/s. The higher the temperature, the  
higher the speed of sound (plus 0.6 m/s per °C).  
These settings are the same you can adjust on page 3 of the I/O  
menu. You can choose between the options MAIN IN or DIG IN  
(L + R IN), MAIN OUT (L + R OUT), AUX. OUT/DIG. OUT (L + R  
DIGOUT) and RTA IN (MIC/LINE). Use the A key for selection.  
Keep the key pressed to determine which input signal is displayed  
by the analyzer (left, right or complete input signal—not available  
if RTA IN has been selected).  
RTA MIC/LINE IN displays the signal present at the RTA/MIC  
input (see chapter 3.11).  
The MAX. parameter (upper data wheel) allows you to select  
an “excerpt” of the entire level spectrum, depending on the actual  
magnitude of the signal level. The adjusted dB value (0 to -60 dB)  
refers to the upper limit that will be displayed. Press the wheel to  
activate the AUTO function. Now the MAX value is adjusted  
automatically, depending on the signal level. RANGE (lower data  
wheel) determines the dynamic range displayed in four steps  
(15, 30, 60 or 90 dB). Depending on the selected MAX value, the  
dynamic range displayed will be extended towards the bottom  
end.  
Depending on the channel selected, the large data wheel now  
controls the left or right stereo side of the output signal (DELAY  
LEFT and DELAY RIGHT) or even both at the same time. Press  
the wheel to select a coarse or fine adjustment scale.  
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The AUX output allows you to send out both the  
delayed and the undelayed signal. This way, you  
can set up a delay line without any additional  
equipment (see also chapter 4.4).  
LEVEL or PEAKH (large data wheel) allow you to select  
specifically each of the 61 frequency bands and display their  
current volume levels (LEVEL) or PEAK values referenced to the  
adjusted frequency. The cursor arrows above and below the  
graphic indicate the currently selected frequency range. The  
level of the main signal is shown by the LEVEL meter to the left  
of the RTA display.  
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.7 BYPASS menu  
The BYPASS menu includes one page, on which you can  
select various BYPASS parameters for making comparisons  
between different sound settings.  
Fig. 3.24: BYPASS menu  
In DUAL MONO mode you can activate the relay bypass function  
for the left (upper data wheel: BYPASS LEFT) or right stereo  
side (lower data wheel: BYPASS RIGHT). This connects the  
analog left or right input of the unit to the corresponding analog  
output, so that the signals bypass the modules completely. In  
STEREO LINK mode the upper and lower data wheels disable  
the modules of both sides simultaneously, so that only the  
unprocessed input signal can be heard (BYPASS ALL).  
Fig. 3.26: RTA menu (page 2)  
On the second page of the RTA menu you can adjust the  
release time in four steps (FAST, MID, SLOW and AVRG) with  
the A key (RATE). If set to FAST, MID or SLOW, the RTA uses  
peak detectors. If set to AVRG, it calculates average values  
from the signal levels. In this mode, the analyzer seems to be  
processing slower than usual. The B key (PEAK) selects in five  
steps how fast the displayed signal peaks disappear again (FAST,  
MID, SLOW, HOLD and OFF). If set to HOLD, the maximum values  
of the individual frequency bands are “frozen”. If you press the  
B key for about 1 s, the “frozen” level peaks are reset and can  
be calculated anew.  
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Keeping the BYPASS key pressed in DUAL MONO  
or STEREO LINK mode activates the bypass relays  
of both channels.  
Turn the large data wheel to select individual modules, and  
press it to remove them from the signal path. The same can be  
achieved by pressing the B key (BYPASS MODULE). Keeping  
this key pressed for a while will reset all BYPASS settings.  
Keeping the module keys pressed for a while (GEQ, PEQ etc.)  
will enable/disable the bypass function for individual modules.  
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If PEAK is set to HOLD, the name of the LEVEL  
parameter changes to PEAKH.  
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3. MENU STRUCTURE AND EDITING  

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