The Behringer MDX Autocom Pro-XL Compressor is a dual-channel compressor/limiter/expander that will increase vocal presence and energy, compress. BEHRINGER AUTOCOM PRO XL COMPRESSOR/LIMITER MDX New upgraded model. The two channel Autocom Pro incorporates an interactive AUTO. Find great deals for Behringer Autocom Pro-xl MDX Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by rigrunner9 from Nicely Built Audio Device I find that this is a nicely built product.
Automatic pro-xp manual Manual: Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Stopped complaints the first week Used to feed 70 volt distributed system.
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Back View Show More Less. Write a review frusfszdwavuzsyxdscacturty. The faceplate is well marked and easy to read and the display LED’s are very informative and helpful.
Additionally it features a unique adjustable IDE dynamic enhancer that provides subtle and very musical compensation for the bass “boost” effect that can result from heavy compression.
It dynamically un-compresses high frequencies in proportion to the overall compression applied, which allows a brighter, more articulate sound. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. Again, good for beginners and less demanding applications, probably not a good fit for professional use. The limiter also seems rather soft, which also prevents user error from making a signal sound wrong. A few specific observations: Copying is prohibited, but please feel free to link to this page using the link text “compressor reviews”.
If your input behringed tends to be pretty consistent and you just want to boost the low and compress the high signals, this would be an excellent choice.
Now the system performs in the optimum range. This shouldn’t be much of a surprise for a unit that is so inexpensive. Behringer gets a lot of hate for making cheap Chinese copies of behringsr from other “better” brands; but to be fair, a lot of that commentary including from me is about ideasnot about the actual sound or longevity of Behr’s products.
Extensive compressor reviews and FAQ. I have to be honest and say this unit is much better than I expected.
Brings the loud passages down and boosts the quiet passages. It can operate behrinher a wide range of line levels, balanced or unbalanced, but it is not designed to take direct input from a guitar or bass. Nice for beginners or less demanding needs, perhaps not as controllable as needed in professional applications.
The compression action is pretty decent and versatile.
Expander, gate, compressor, peak limiter and de-esser. The compression seems to be a bit less than the interface controls would suggest, which makes it difficult to over-compress a signal and unacceptably degrade the signal.
For what it’s worth, I have seen claims that the older non-“Pro” Behringer comps were actually built better than the current “Pro” models.
No Longer Available Update Location close. The auto setting on the compressor is remarkably effective, and most users will want to use this rather than try to tune the attack and release times.
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If you need something that provides acceptable performance with a minimum of potential pitfalls and high ease of use, this is a good unit. Update Unrecognized Zip Autkcom. See any errors on this page? Not specified by manufacturer. Be the first to review this item. It is easy to use and to set up to get a nice sound output.
User reviews: Behringer Autocom Pro-XL MDX – Audiofanzine
For someone not needing absolute production quality, who would certainly have a budget for some of the units that cost as much as four times more, this is a solid performer that will provide dynamic range management. Includes peak limiter, de-esser and dynamic enhancer. I can however see that the amount of effect on the sound can be somewhat limited so I guess that is why some experienced users may think of it as more of an entry level product. As long as you don’t drop it, it will work just as well -and sound just as good- as comps that cost a lot more.
If you’re getting something for a dedicated studio where you can afford fifteen minutes to perfect a single channel input, you probably need to spend a lot more money.
I examined the inside of this unit, and it is not nearly as badly-made as their BLE, and in fact is exactly the same quality as most other “budget-priced” studio gear. Applicable to recording, mixing or mastering, the unit provides total dynamic control.
Overall, this is a unit that is hard to make mistakes with.