#1
I was thinking about getting their new DR400 Reverb/Delay pedal, while I don't have high expectations for sound quality, I am more concerned if it will change my sound with it bypassed.

Any one with Behringer pedals care to comment on the bypass?
#3
^ Absolutely.
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#6
Use a true bypass loop.
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#7
I have the DD-100 delay... when bypassed it makes my tone go all buzzy
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#8
single pedals or the multieffects? they have better buffers on the multieffects units but they're still by no means great, maybe around the standard of the boss bypasses
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#9
Their bypass isn't great, but it's about that of a boss pedal. I made the mistake of buying a compressor/sustainer from them a couple years ago (which it barely does what it's supposed to), however, I recently found a good use for it as a boost on the clean channel of my amp, actually gives me a good bluesy tone if I turn the level and tone up/etc.

I've never used the Reverb/Delay though since I've kinda been against Behringer since I bought that pedal, I'd save up for something better if I were you.
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#10
with the bypass engaged on my behringer cs100, my signal cuts in and out. its pretty awful and thankfully replaced with something better. the bypass is a bit worse than bosses imo
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#11
Yeah it is terrible. Plus they buzz like a son of a bitch. Sound good for their price, work well and do the job reliably, but have incredible amounts of noise (even when off) and break easily (plastic exterior)
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#12
I just got a EQ700, and it doesn't buzz at all and I'd say it doesn't color my tone either. However, I'm pretty sure some other Behringer pedals (like distortions) would probably be pretty bad.
#13
Yeah, I have an Ultra Metal for my mini portable practice rig and it is noisy as hell's apocalypse
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#14
People are comparing them to Boss pedals, but I have found the bypass on Boss pedals to be very good.

I agree that the distortion pedals are probably noisy.

It sounds like some of you may have had defective pedals?
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It sounds like some of you may have had defective pedals?


Three. I have had a delay, a chorus and a reverb pedal from them. I still own the reverb, though it hasn't seen use because it's horrible and doesn't work properly. I advise you to stay away from them