Behringer Digital Delay DD400
Behringer Digital Delay DD400

Digital Delay DD400, Delay/Eco/Sampler de frase para Guitarra from Behringer in the Digital Delay series.

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moosers 12/07/2010

Behringer Digital Delay DD400 : la opinión de moosers (content in English)


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The Behringer DD400 Digital Delay is a pedal that will most often be seen for use with electric guitar, but suitable for use with any electronic instrument. Behringer obviously had the Boss DD series of digital delay pedals in mind here. The pedal has ¼” connections for input and for two outputs, one of which is supposed to be for sending a direct signal out, but of course can be used in any capacity that you choose. The pedal can be powered by either a nine volt battery or power supply and isn’t rack mountable in any way.


Using the Behringer DD400 Digital Delay pedal didn’t prove to be too difficult for me, as I found it to be pretty self explanatory from the get go. The parameters that it has to work with are for level, feedback, and time, as well as a mode parameter which gives you seven points to choose from to set the amount of delay you want to set in terms of milliseconds. One of these includes a ‘hold’ setting, and there are actually two of each amount on here, ranging from 200 ms to 1300 ms. This make up is definitely reminiscent of a Boss pedal, and the DD series of Boss pedals in particular. A manual shouldn’t be necessary for most users, but again most users of the DD400 will probably be beginners.


The sound of the Behringer DD400 Digital Delay is about average. It isn’t anything to write home about, but at the same time isn’t as bad sounding as the other Behringer guitar pedals that I’ve used. This is good enough sounding to give you some basic delay sounds, but there isn’t enough flexibility to make it a complete delay pedal. It certainly sounds digital, and often times stale. Based on sound, I’d only recommend it to the user looking to get started with delay.


While the price of the Behringer DD400 Digital Delay will be enough to attract many customers, if you’re an experienced player the sound of the pedal most likely won’t be adequate for you. I’d really only recommend it for beginners and/or those who want to get their feet wet with delay and don’t have much money at all to spend on a pedal. I would however, encourage those interested to check out some of the Boss pedals that this is so obviously modeled after, as for a little more money you can get the real deal…