Behringer Feedback Destroyer FBQ1000
Automatic and Ultra-Fast Feedback Destroyer/Parametric EQ with 24 FBQ Filters
The FBQ1000 Feedback Destroyer is the fastest feedback suppressor on the market, with a response time of less than 0.2 seconds. Whether you use it to kill feedback dead in its tracks for your mains and/or monitors, or as a sophisticated parametric equalizer to fine-tune the acoustics of your next gig, the FBQ1000 will bring a new level of finesse to your sound. And if you use in-ear-monitors, the FBQ1000 is a must-have to protect your most valuable assetsÑyour ears!
One Smart Solution
Using an ultra-fast feedback detection algorithm, the FBQ1000 automatically and ÒintelligentlyÓ locates up to 12 feedback frequencies per channel. The algorithm then sets extremely narrow notch filters (up to 1/60th of an octave) to ÒdestroyÓ feedback frequencies, leaving the remainder of your signal virtually untouched. And with the ÒSet-and-ForgetÓ default setting, your Feedback Destroyer can be up and running in a matter of seconds
Ease of Operation
The Auto Mode continuously monitors the mix, resetting programmed filters automatically to eliminate the slightest hint of feedback, without you having to do anything at all. It just doesnÕt get much easier than that! If you prefer a more Òhands-onÓ approach, the Manual Mode allows you to program up to 24 fully parametric filters (with frequency, bandwidth and gain controls) to optimize your sound to the roomÕs acoustics.
The FBQ1000 is the quick and easy way to protect yourself and your audience from live soundÕs #1 enemyÑfeedback! Plus itÕs rack-mountable and ultra-affordable. With the FBQ1000's various modes, you can master virtually any live sound situation or use the unit as a creative sound-shaping tool. A single FBQ1000 can protect you from feedback in both your mono PA mains and a monitor mix. Check one out at your nearest BEHRINGER dealer today. Your ears and your audience will thank you.
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