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

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ULTRACURVE PRO DEQ2496  
The A key to the left of the display can be used in DUAL MONO  
mode to alternate between the left and right-channel audio signal.  
Keep the key pressed for some time to display the settings of  
both sides and edit them simultaneously. In STEREO LINK mode  
both channels are always processed simultaneously.  
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. MENU STRUCTURE AND EDITING  
This chapter provides you with detailed information on how  
too use the various functions on each menu page. We recommend  
that you keep this user’s manual available while working with  
the DEQ2496, so as to use it as a reference in case of any  
problems.  
The B key allows you to reset the filter settings (RESET EQ).  
Hit it briefly to reset the currently selected frequency band to  
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Single frequency bands can be reset by pressing the large data  
wheel.  
.0 dB gain. Press it for about 1 s to reset all frequency bands.  
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.1 General operation and display structures  
When you select a menu with the GEQ, PEQ, DYN, etc. keys,  
the display indicates the respective menu structure. To the left  
and right along the display you will find functions and parameters  
for preset editing, which are assigned to the A and B keys (left)  
and the three data wheels (right) and can be used for editing as  
required.  
3.2.2 PEQ menu  
Press the PEQ key to use parametric EQs for signal processing.  
On each stereo side, you have ten EQs available, which can be  
set to PEQ or FBD mode (Feedback Destroyer: see chapter 3.2.4).  
In addition to the band-pass filters, this menu offers filters of the  
shelving type (high or low), with a slope of 6 or 12 dB/oct.  
Most of the menus comprise several pages. The actual number  
of pages is shown in the top left part of the display, below the  
menu name. Use the corresponding menu key or the PAGE key  
to the left of the display to switch from one page to the next and  
back again.  
As the functions performed by the A and B keys and the data  
wheels depend on the currently selected menu, all operating  
steps are described in full detail below. All menus are dealt with  
one after the other, and all functions and parameters are explained  
explicitly.  
Fig. 3.2: PEQ menu (page 1)  
This menu comprises two pages, as can be seen in the top left  
part of the display. Similar to the GEQ menu, page 1 of the PEQ  
menu provides a graphic representation of the entire frequency  
range. Parameter changes can be effected with the corres-  
ponding controls (FREQ: upper data wheel, GAIN: large data  
wheel, BW/OCT: lower data wheel).  
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Please note that the left and right channels will be  
edited simultaneously in STEREO LINK mode.  
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.2 Equalizer modules  
.2.1 GEQ menu  
To reset the selected PEQ, keep the B key to the left of the  
display pressed for about 1 s. Or hit it briefly to select the  
parametric filters.  
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Press the GEQ key to enter the GEQ menu. This menu has just  
one page and allows you to set all filters as desired.  
Fig. 3.3: PEQ menu (page 2)  
Fig. 3.1: GEQ menu  
Press the PAGE or PEQ key to select the second menu page.  
If no parametric EQ was selected before, page 2 will be displayed  
immediately, providing a list of the ten available locations with all  
relevant parameters. Single filters can be selected either by  
turning the lower data wheel or by pressing the lower and upper  
data wheels (UP/DOWN). MODE allows you to activate the  
selected filter with the large data wheel (press or turn) (PARAM).  
This will display the associated parameters FREQ, BW(OCT)  
and GAIN, which can be selected by turning the upper data  
wheel. Value changes must be entered with the large data wheel.  
The GAIN setting range is from -15 to +15 dB, the frequency  
range (FREQ) is from 20 to 20,000 Hz. The FREQ parameter can  
be adjusted with two scales. The first scrolls faster through the  
frequency ranges (1/6 oct. per step), the second uses much  
finer increments (1/60 oct. per step). Press the large data wheel  
to alternate between these two scales.  
Turn the upper data wheel to select a frequency band for  
editing with the FREQ parameter. 31 bands are available  
comprising the entire frequency spectrum from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.  
With the large data wheel (GAIN) you can boost or cut the level  
of the selected band. The setting range is from -15 to +15 dB.  
VPQ (Virtual Paragraphic Equalizer) function  
The lower data wheel (BW/OCT) additionally assigns the  
required bandwidth to the filters. This means that the frequency  
bands have a peaking boost/cut characteristic around their center  
frequency. The number of adjacent frequency ranges influenced  
by this is determined by the bandwidth. The setting range is from  
1/3 too 59/3.  
As soon as this parameter has been modified, the RESET GEQ  
message (left bottom part of display) changes to ACCEPT  
VALUES. Now, when you press the B key (or the large data  
wheel), the current value is stored and you can continue to  
enter the filter settings as required.  
The parameter BW(OCT) adjusts the bandwidth of the band-  
pass filter. The “width” of the peaking characteristic (1/10 oct. to  
1
0 oct.) is determined by this value. Additionally, you can select  
shelving filters here with a slope of 6 or 12 dB/oct. (e.g. L=Low,  
dB / H=High, 12 dB, etc.)  
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When you press the lower data wheel, the BW/OCT parameter  
changes to MODE. Turn the wheel to select a HIGH or LOW  
shelving filter. In this case, the GAIN parameter changes to  
dB/OCT. Use the large data wheel to adjust the filter slope from  
Explanation:  
The low-shelving filter raises (positive gain) or lowers  
(negative gain) the level of the frequency band below  
the adjusted frequency.  
-15 to +15 dB/oct. In HIGH mode, all frequency bands above the  
selected frequency are now raised or lowered in level. In LOW  
mode, all frequency bands below that frequency are modified.  
Confirm your entries with the B key (ACCEPT VALUES).  
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3. MENU STRUCTURE AND EDITING  

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