Originally Posted by e-cue
Why would I care what they do?
I don't even have 5.1 hooked up at home, and I could care less- it sounds terrible, and that's the important thing to me. I'm not bummed, but I'd be surprised (assuming what you say is true) if it was a popular unit for music scores, especially since I've yet to see one racked in any major studio or post house I've been to.
I still have mine packed away. Anyone wanna trade for a guitar pedal?
There are too many to list here, but how about the biggest grossing film in history (at least at last count) Spiderman3. Bob Fernandez used the Behringer to make the bottom hugely round. And not at some two bit studio either. It was on perhaps the biggest most prestigious scoring stage in LA. On the Sony Lot. Barbara Streisand scoring stage. Bob uses it as an effect and feeds it off an aux send, returns it into PT or the console and busses it along with low end synths, DB's, etc to the LFE channel. I believe Bob prefers it to the DBX units because of the +4 inputs, although he likes the DBX just as well.
And on the side note, if you think 5.1 sounds terrible....you're listening on a poorly calibrated system, a crappy system or you just prefer the stereo soundstage. You owe it to yourself to check out a great 5.1 system though. I'd be happy to trade for your Behringer, but I don't have any gtr pedals right now. How much $$$ do you want for it? If it's as bad as you say, it should be pretty cheap. PM me.