Behringer BLE400 Bass Limiter Enhancer Pedal

Dynamics Effects Pedal with Peak Limiter and Tone Compensation Circuit
Behringer BLE400 Bass Limiter Enhancer Pedal image 1
Behringer BLE400 Bass Limiter Enhancer Pedal image 1
$24.99
Sweetwater Savings: $13.00 MSRP: $37.99

0% Interest for 24 Months*

24 equal monthly payments required. Valid through 6/25/2017. Learn more

In Stock!
Available for immediate delivery! (Hurry, limited quantity available)

Share this with your friends:

Most popular accessories & related items...

Behringer BLE400 Bass Limiter Enhancer Pedal
In Stock!

Add Some Smoothness and Punch to Your Bass Guitar!

Cure your dull, lifeless bass tone with the Behringer Bass Limiter Enhancer BLE400 dynamics effects pedal. The BLE400's limiter smooths out harsh volume peaks, especially if you like to slap and pop. Also, a powerful enhancer adds just the right amount of high-end sparkle to your tone, giving your bass guitar unbelievable presence and punch. At Sweetwater, we know what high-quality limiting can do to make bass tracks pop in a mix. With the Behringer Bass Limiter Enhancer BLE400 dynamics effects pedal you can add the same velvety finishing touch to your bass guitar performances, both onstage and in the studio.

Behringer Bass Limiter Enhancer BLE400 Dynamics Effect Pedal at a Glance:
  • Limiter smooths out harsh volume peaks
  • Enhancer adds high-end presence to your sound
  • Behringer - a brief history
Limiter smooths out harsh volume peaks

Regardless of your level of control, there will always be volume inconsistencies in your bass playing, especially while slapping and popping. The Behringer Bass Limiter Enhancer BLE400 will help you smooth out those harsh volume peaks by reducing the dynamic range of your signal. The result is an even, focused performance with plenty of punch and power.

Enhancer adds high-end presence to your sound

The drawback to extreme limiting is that it tends to suck the high end out of your tone. Fortunately, the Behringer Bass Limiter Enhancer BLE400's tone compensation circuit lets you dial in just the right amount of high-end sparkle, giving your bass amazing presence and punch.

Behringer - a brief history

Uli Behringer showed an interest in music technology design at a young age, building his own synthesizer by the age of 16. In 1982, Uli began studying sound engineering and classical piano at the Robert Schumann conservatory in Dusseldorf, Germany. Uli's defining moment came when he was repairing a signal processor made by a high-end manufacturer. Despite the processor's expensive price tag, Uli realized that its internal components could be bought for a fraction of the cost. Being a strapped-for-cash student, Uli began building his own signal processors. Before he knew it, other students began requesting equipment from him. In 1989, after being bombarded with more orders than he could handle by himself, Uli created Behringer, Inc.

Behringer Bass Limiter Enhancer BLE400 Dynamics Effect Pedal Features:
  • Limiter smooths out harsh volume peaks
  • Enhancer gives you unbelievable presence and bass punch
  • Intuitive Level, Enhance, Ratio, and Threshold controls for awesome sound shaping
  • Status LED for effect on/off and battery check
  • First-class electronic On/Off switch for noise-free operation
Add some smoothness and punch to your bass guitar tone with the Behringer Bass Limiter Enhancer BLE400!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Limiter Enhancer
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 2.125"
Width 2.75"
Depth 4.8"
Weight 0.73 lbs.
Power Supply Included No
Manufacturer Part Number BLE400

Customer Reviews

4/5
Based on 1 review
Write your review
4/5

Very good

So, I got this, the VTone bass21 DI pedal, the BOD400 bass overdrive pedal, and the BEQ700 Bass Graphic Equalizer(stil figuring out this one) pedal; all by behringer. This pedal has a small amount of his when you roll the enhance knob past 75%, or the ratio knob to infinite. the enhance knob brightens up the sound coming out of the amp quite nice. I like the ratio knob at about 10% on. I do not know where I like the threshold knob set. I recently purchased an 80 dollar compression sustainer pedal by a different brand from sweetwater, and this is a different type of compression circuit. both are wonderful, but the limiter enhancer feels more like a polishing tool compared to the compression sustainer being a grinding tool. like the limiter enhancer is meant for getting that last little bit of help fitting into a mix maybe?
Music background: amatuer/bedroom player
See also: Bass Effects, Behringer, Behringer Bass Guitar Pedals & Effects