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Product Description

Ultimate digital Delay/Echo effects pedal with 7 different modes-comparable to state-of-the-art studio processors

24-bit high-resolution stereo delay/echo with delay time up to 1.3 s

Blue status LED for effect on/off and battery check

First-class electronic On/Off switch for highest signal integrity in bypass mode

Runs on 9 V battery or the BEHRINGER PSU-SB DC power supply (not included)

Imported from USA

The Behringer DD400 has an obsession with the past--the last 1.3 seconds of it, to be exact. Add a little atmosphere to
your bag of tricks with this delay stompbox.

Add a little atmosphere to your bag of tricks.
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Select from various time ranges or use the hold setting for looping.

Add Behringer's PSU-SB power supply or go with a 9 volt battery.

What Is Delay?
Delay is a synthetic echo that, in adjustable increments, repeats the notes you play on guitar. Each repeated tone
becomes quieter than the previous one, until the repeats are no longer heard. This results in a thick, robust sound that
can take on everything from the quick "slap" echo of classic rockabilly to the long, dreamy echoes found in psychedelic

Superior Sound
This box will sing the fading, ghostly praises of every note you squeeze from your axe. With seven modes of delay to
choose from, there is a vast pallete of echoes to explore with the DD400. Take advantage of its full 1.3-second memory
or scale it back for a more abrupt echo. Just twist the dedicated Mode, Time, Feedback and Level controls to create the
delay of your dreams.

Tap Tempo
You can set the DD400's delay time (up to the maximum 1.3 seconds) by entering tap tempo mode, which allows you to tap
in the delay time with your foot, to easily match your delay time with whatever you're playing along with.

Hold Mode
The DD400 also boasts a HOLD mode, that lets you loop a brief riff, then play over it.

Dependable Operation
The blue LED tells you when it's on, and the first-class on/off switch maintains incredible signal integrity in bypass
mode. And you get flexible powering as well--power the DD400 with a 9 V battery or a DC power adapter (not included).

What's in the Box
Behringer DD400 Digital Delay Pedal, User's Manual