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Behringer Neutron

What's red, has two oscillators and 56 patch points, and gobs of attitude? The Behringer Neutron semi-modular analog synth offers seemingly no end to the delightful sonic mischief you can patch your way into. With a duo of punchy morphable-waveform oscillators and generous modulation options, this standalone/Eurorack duophonic synthesizer delivers searing leads that'll strip the paint off club walls, and massive basses that will blow them down. From mesmerizing celestial pads to blippy extraterrestrials, Neutron has you covered. For sonic expression, CV (control voltage) is where it's at, and the Neutron offers full access. With its sizable patchbay, you can forge your own completely unique signature sounds and set yourself apart from the pack — even if the pack is geared up with Neutrons!

Flexibility on par with many fully modular synths
Behringer's Neutron is a semi-modular synth, which means it features a normalled signal path that will produce sound without any patching. But when you're ready to roll up your sleeves and get serious, start throwing patches and let the creativity begin. Where most semi-modulars offer some degree of patchability, Neutron's 56-point patchbay offers flexibility on par with many fully modular synthesizers. In essence, you're wiring up the signal paths of your synth, overriding the manufacturer's choices with patch cords that can connect to patch points within the instrument, or externally to other gear.

Value-packed analog beast
An original design from Behringer and the propellerheads at Midas in England, Neutron is an all-analog beast; even the onboard delay is a BBD (Bucket Brigade Device). The voltage-controlled oscillators use the reissued Curtis CEM3340 chip — originally deployed in classic 1970s synthesizers such as the OBXa, OBSx, OB8, SH101, Jupiter6, and Prophet5. Legendary company, indeed. Behringer's Neutron sounds tremendous and offers a mind-boggling degree of sonic versatility. Plus, it's an incredible value. And it's red. Don't even think about it — you need it.

Behringer Neutron

Type: Semi-modular Synth
Analog/Digital: Analog
Polyphony: Paraphonic
Oscillators: 2 x 3340 Analog Oscillators
Waveforms: Square, Sawtooth, Triangle, Sine, Tone Mod
Noise Generator: Yes
Envelope Generator: 2 x Analog ADSR
LFO: 1 x LFO (sine, triangle, saw, square, ramp down)
VCA: Yes
Filter: 12 dB State Variable Filter, Highpass/Bandpass/Lowpass Mode Switch
Sample and Hold: Rate, Glide
Effects Types: Overdrive Circuit
Analog Inputs: 1 x 1/4" (main)
Analog Outputs: 1 x 1/4" (main), 1 x 1/4" (headphones)
Other I/O: 56 x Patch Points (32 in x 24 out)
USB: 1 x Type B
Power Supply: External AC adapater

Behringer Neutron

Super coole synth. Klinkt erg lekker met veel meer mogelijkheden dan ik dacht (qua osc sync bijvoorbeeld). Constructie is goed. Ik heb andere meldingen gelezen dat een aantal knoppen wiebelig konden zijn, dat ben ik niet tegen gekomen.

Bij aansluiting via USB krijg ik veel extra ruis /brom. Dit ligt waarschijnlijk aan de voeding vanuit mijn PC. De ruis is niet aanwezig bij verbinding via MIDI of CV.

Behringer geeft aan dat de USB aansluiting Class Compliant is. Dit is niet helemaal het geval. Ik moest een aparte USB driver van een third party installeren. Hierover staan instructies op de Behringer site.

Leuke bak met veel mogelijkheden, vooral als je andere synths met cv hebt. Bouw kwaliteit is, net als de Model D, verbazingwekkend goed. Sound is heel dik. Kortom veel 'bang' voor weinig 'bucks'.
Goede analoge synth met veel features voor een schappelijke prijs

Behringer Neutron


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