The Behringer Virtualizer Pro 3D Multi-Engine Effects Processor


Behringer introduced an updated Virtualizer Pro at NAMM, the Virtualizer Pro 3D Multi-Engine Effects Processor.


This rack unit has 71 new algorithms, including true studio-grade stereo and 3D effects. The FX2000 employs Behringer RSM (Real Sound Modeling) technology to simulate acoustic environments. Effects options include powerful modulation, amp simulation, distortion and special effects, as well as dynamic and psychoacoustics processing. Performance is further enhanced through user-addressable high and low EQ and wave-adaptive Vvirutal room reverb algorithms.


  • 71 new algorithms—true RSM (Real Sound Modeling) stereo and 3D effects
  • Wave-adaptive virtual Room reverb algorithms for natural reverb and delay
  • Modulation, dynamic, psychoacoustic and EQ algorithms
  • Amp simulation, distortion and special effects
  • 11 effect combinations with selectable serial / parallel configuration
  • Up to 7 adjustable parameters plus 2-band EQ per effect
  • 24-bit A/D and D/A converters with 64/128-times oversampling
  • True stereo processing for realistic channel separation in stereo image
  • 100 factory presets plus 100 user memory locations
  • Extensive MIDI implementation
  • Accurate LED level meters for perfect level setting and optimum performance
  • Servo-balanced XLR and ¼” TRS inputs and outputs
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life

The Virtualizer Pro is coming soon and will retail for $150.

3 thoughts on “The Behringer Virtualizer Pro 3D Multi-Engine Effects Processor

  1. I am starting to see these pop up around the web at music store sites, anyone used one and have any feedback on it? I have been looking for a good rack effects unit and this one seems to take the cake in features and price point. Ive looked into the Lexicon mutli effects unit that is in the price range and i hear the clock on the thing is horrid which is a big deal for what i need the unit for. So basically how is this unit and is there another someone could reccommend?

  2. i have on of these effects processors and its brilliant! i don't have any problems with it and its a very clever piece of kit. i have it in a rack running effects for my keyboard

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