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

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ULTRACURVE PRO DEQ2496  
subsequent messages inform you that the unit analyzes the  
level of the ambient noise at first, before it measures the noise  
signal applied. Subsequently, the ULTRACURVE PRO corrects  
the EQ values. Press STOP AUTO EQ to cancel this process.  
Fig. 3.27: RTA menu (page 3)  
If you wish to display the RTA in a larger format, please go to  
page 3, where the illustration covers the whole display. All the  
other functions available on page 2 can still be edited (RATE,  
PEAK, etc.).  
Fig. 3.30: AEQ menu (page 3)  
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.8.1 AUTO EQ function (AEQ)  
Page 3 of this menu shows the graphic EQ with the settings  
adjusted on page 1. Here, too, you can START AUTO EQing and  
change the NOISE GAIN parameter (large data wheel). However,  
this page includes two additional parameters: DMAX adjusts the  
maximum difference between two adjacent filters from 0 to  
The RTA menu (page 1) also includes an AUTO EQ function,  
which allows you to analyze and correct the frequency response  
automatically. This module is subdivided into three additional  
pages. Please note that for the AEQ function to work you must  
connect a measuring microphone to the RTA/MIC input (see  
chapter 3.11).  
+15 dB (large data wheel), while MAX. SPAN (lower data wheel)  
controls the maximum distance allowed between the desired  
and real frequency response curve (0 to 30 dB). When this  
value is exceeded, the corresponding range will not be  
processed. Press the B key (DONE) to complete this process  
and keep the adjusted curve. Press the RTA key to cancel.  
Please note the AUTO EQ does not automatically terminate the  
analyzing process.  
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After leaving the first page of the AEQ menu, there  
is no way of returning to this page, but by leaving  
the entire menu and recalling it again.  
Fig. 3.28: AEQ menu (page 1)  
In terms of setup and functionality page 1 is identical to the  
GEQ menu (see chapter 3.2.1). You can determine the desired  
frequency response manually, onto which the automatic  
frequency response correction of the input/output signals shall  
be based. Once the curve of your choice has been set up,  
please switch to the second page of the AEQ menu.  
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.9 MEMORY menu  
In the MEMORY menu you can save and recall complete  
presets (page 1) or load and save individual modules (page 2).  
Modules that are active within a preset are marked by a letter  
(G = GEQ, P = PEQ, D = DEQ, W = WIDTH, Y = DYN). If the stored  
I/O settings differ from the current ones, an I (=I/O) will appear  
next to the letter indicating the module.  
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When you activate the AEQ menu, the current GEQ  
settings will be taken over and used as the  
desired frequency response curve.  
Press the large data wheel to exclude individual frequency  
bands from the AEQ mode. These bands will not be processed  
by the automatic frequency response correction. It makes sense  
to exclude the low-frequency range (up to approx. 100 Hz) from  
AUTO EQing, because it is this range that may produce  
inaccuracies during the calculation of the frequency response,  
which might impair the results achieved with the AUTO EQ.  
Fig. 3.31: MEMORY menu (page 1)  
On the first page of this menu, you can save and recall complete  
presets. To save a previously edited preset please use the large  
data wheel to select a memory location from the table shown  
(max. 64 user locations).  
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Preset #0 (INITIAL DATA) is a neutral default setting  
which cannot be overwritten (READONLY).  
Fig. 3.29: AEQ menu (page 2)  
You can either select an EMPTY memory location or overwrite  
an existing preset, as long as it is not write-protected (PROTEC  
ON). After selecting a memory location, press the A key to store  
the preset (STORE PRESET).  
On this page the signal to be processed is displayed as in the  
RTA menu. The MAX. parameter lets you select an “excerpt” of  
the entire level spectrum, depending on the actual magnitude of  
the signal level (upper data wheel). The RANGE value is firmly  
set to 30 dB. Press the upper data wheel to activate AUTO  
mode, which automatically adjusts the displayed “excerpt”,  
depending on the signal level. With the NOISE GAIN parameter  
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When you try to overwrite an existing preset and  
press the A key, the DEQ2496 will prompt you to  
confirm your overwrite command (OVERWRITE  
DATA?). Press the A key to CANCEL, or the B key  
(
-60 to -10) you can adjust the magnitude of the noise level.  
AUTO EQ (lower data wheel) determines the speed at which  
the EQs are analyzed and their settings are calculated. You can  
select between the settings FAST, MID and SLOW.  
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or press the large data wheel) to confirm (OK).  
After pressing STORE PRESET another menu will appear in  
which you can name the preset (max. 16 characters). With the  
data wheel (turn) and the upper data wheel (turn and press),  
you can select the characters both horizontally and vertically.  
Press the center data wheel to enter a character, subsequently  
the cursor in the lower entry field will be moved to the next  
position. Turn the lower data wheel to select individual positions  
and press it to erase individual characters. When you keep the  
The B key activates the room correction function (ROOM  
CORR.), which cuts the high frequencies and boosts the low-  
frequency range by “tilting” the desired response curve by  
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dB/oct.  
When you press the A key (START AUTO EQ), the analyzer  
starts measuring and calculating the AEQ settings. The  
3. MENU STRUCTURE AND EDITING  
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