Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine: Bad -> Great mods.

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Re: Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine: Bad -> Great mods.

Postby briggs » 29 Sep 2009, 11:20

They are, plus by boosting the input right up with the preamp you can run the reverb at a fraction of the volume you needed to before - noise issues solved...
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Re: Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine: Bad -> Great mods.

Postby COPROLITE » 18 Feb 2010, 12:17

I got this pedal yesterday nd while I like the masses of verb, unortunately it doesn't play nice with my other pedals.
There really seems to be an input impedance problem with the unit in and out.

Instead of a transistor buffer I think I'll try using a sub-miniature valve. :idea:

Thinking more on this, you could just build a buffered fx loop with blend control, right?
No need to hack the pedal itself that way.

Been a fan of la revolution deaux for a while now, keep it up :thumbsup
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Re: Anyone know the pot values of the RV600?

Postby dennispeeters » 25 Aug 2010, 20:56

Hope someone is still reading this half a year later.
I'm planning a rehouse, but want to keep using the pedal until the housing is finished, and then do a quick changeover.
So does anyone have the pot values for me (and other rehousers).
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Re: Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine: Bad -> Great mods.

Postby oldgravity » 15 Sep 2010, 20:41

Would anybody who has one of these be willing to read the DSP chips' numbers and post them? Wondering what DSP they're using.
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Re: Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine: Bad -> Great mods.

Postby JiM » 16 Sep 2010, 19:58

oldgravity wrote:Would anybody who has one of these be willing to read the DSP chips' numbers and post them? Wondering what DSP they're using.

I don't know for sure, but it's supposed to be a copy of the Line6 ToneCore series, therefore using a Freescale DSP56364.
viewtopic.php?f=29&t=2074&start=20#p100203
Any gutshot to confirm this would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine: Bad -> Great mods.

Postby legends90210 » 04 Feb 2011, 04:00

Would it be difficult to create a housing for 2 Behringer Echo Machines to become one massive pedal? Even if there are two 9V barrel jacks for each pedal, so they are semi-independant power wise yet interconnected internally?
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Re: Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine: Bad -> Great mods.

Postby katros » 27 Jan 2014, 14:41

briggs wrote:They are, plus by boosting the input right up with the preamp you can run the reverb at a fraction of the volume you needed to before - noise issues solved...


Hi Briggs,

can you tell me the size of RV-600 PCB? I am planning to rehouse it on 1590N hammond casing (121mm x 66mm x 35 mm)

thanks...
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Re: Behringer RV600 Reverb Machine: Bad -> Great mods.

Postby Dave37LP » 13 Jan 2016, 19:10

In case of somebody new find this thread in need for help, the rv600 schematic is located in:

viewtopic.php?f=10&t=24274

at the bottom of the page

Cheers,

Dave

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