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Behringer Shark Feedback DestroyerFBQ100

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Brand: Behringer  MPN: FBQ100  EAN-13: 4033653030649
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Whether you are looking for feedback control, a noise gate or a great DI box for line-level instruments the Behringer Shark Feedback Destroyer FBQ100 is a "must-have" for your tool kit both live and in the studio.

The FBQ100 can automatically equalise your PA and protect your sound system from feedback and you can use it with microphones, acoustic instruments, or as a delay line for large venue loudspeaker systems.

Like a sonic Swiss army knife, you'll want the FBQ100 on hand for all your gigs and studio engagements. In fact, you'll want several, which is why they are sized to fit five across your rack.

  • High performance single channel Feedback Destroyer with integrated microphone preamp, delay line, noise gate and compressor
  • Automatically locates and destroys up to 8 feedback frequencies
  • Narrow FBQ filters for extremely effective feedback suppression, while keeping highest sonic quality
  • Ultra-low noise Mic/Line input with Gain control and +48 V phantom power
  • Delay line with up to 2.5 seconds of delay
  • Noise gate with automatic and manual parameter settings
  • Automatic compressor with variable density
  • Subsonic filter with adjustable cut-off frequency
  • Balanced inputs and servo-balanced outputs with ¼'' TRS and gold-plated XLR connectors
  • Manufacturer's part FBQ100 
Height 56mm
Type Feedback controller


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09 March 2013 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 35-4851
Q. Regards the Shark Feedback destroyer. We are looking for a unit that will connect to the stereo XLR outputs from a 24 channel mixer desk in a theatre. This is to reduce feedback and increase the headroom. Will the Shark only offer a single channel feature, i.e. for a single mike only. I hope you can help. Regards Roger Nightingale
A. Hi R Nightingale. Thank you for your question. These units are best for doing a whole mixer. The shark is for a single mic, for example the vocal mic in a live band set up.


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