Fine tune your electric guitar sound with the Behringer EQ700 Graphic Equalizer. As the name suggests, the EQ700 allows you to highlight any particular frequency and cover unwanted frequencies. Its simple controls offer accurate frequency adjustment so that you get the sound you desire. The amazing frequency range offers plenty of options for you to explore to enhance the overall output. Rest assured the Behringer EQ700 Graphic Equalizer performs exceptionally well in any harsh environment for a long time.
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There are multiple instances wherein you don’t want a particular frequency from interfering with your performance. In the same way, sometimes you want to highlight a specific tone that you like. For achieving this goal, EQ700 introduces its 15dB boost and cut per band. With the EQ700, you don’t have to worry about any unwanted resonances spoiling your playing experience.
Nothing can match the satisfaction of your guitar sounding the way it was when you first bought it, but guitars slowly detune as time progresses. The EQ700 addresses this issue by providing various options at your disposal. Boost the frequencies between 200Hz and 400Hz to get a warm, muddy sound. If you want a bright and clean tone, then slide the bands and keep them between 3.2 kHz - 6.4kHz range.
Behringer believes in offering a simple and easy-to-understand interface so that there won’t be clouds of question marks floating in your mind. When you look at the controls, you will instantly get familiarised with them and the rest of YOUR journey will be a breeze. A small blue LED light at the top-left corner indicates the working and battery status. The graphic equalizer is powered by a 9 volt battery. It can also be used with Behringer’s PSU-SB DC power supply (separately sold).
Behringer has kept a strong emphasis on durability. The use of industrial-grade materials, followed by a strict screening process has ensured the equaliser performs exceptionally well in any scenario for example in an extended recording or jamming session.