The EBS DynaVerb Studio Edition offer eight different true stereo digital reverb effects, from rooms, to plates, to halls. All in a compact pedal.
Outstanding performance. The EBS DynaVerb Studio Edition use a 24-bit digital processing circuitry for outstanding and noiseless performance on stage and in the recording studio. It has stereo input as well as stereo out.
The foundation. The DynaVerb feature three different Modes or types of reverb - Room, Plate and Hall. Room and Plate can run in three variations, A, B and C (explained in detail in the manual), while the Hall reverb offers two variations A, B (C same as B). It makes a total of 8 different reverbs. The controls simply set the volume for the tone (Tone), and how much of the reverb you'd like to blend in (Reverb).
Serial, or parallel. Inside the box, you can change the pedal to run in parallel mode, if preferred in the studio.
Evolution. The DynaVerb was first introduced in 2002. From the 2008 edition improvements added 3 dB higher headroom and new analog circuitry with higher dynamics and lower noise, as well as true bypass switching technique. 2015 introduce a complete new design of the pedals looks, and adding a new signal relay type switch for secure and silent action, protection against overvoltage use up to 18V, possibilities to power the pedal with anything from 9-12V DC and an optimized signal path for studio quality sound.
Not just for the bass player. The EBS DynaVerb Studio Edition is highly recommended to use with bass and keyboard. The Stereo in and out adds to the usability and the excellent sound quality is comparable to any studio rack unit. EBS now also offer a DynaVerb Guitar Edition, with a different tail suited especially for use with guitar.
It is strongly recommended to use the DynaVerb with a 9V DC power adaptor, such as the EBS AD-9+. Consider battery use only as a backup solution. Battery not included.
“I’d like to use just one word to describe this pedal, Wow! This 24bit digital reverb has so much to offer in such a small pedal sized box. This one is a real winner”.
- REVIEW iGuitar Magazine, issue 36, 2015
- Preserve the low range
- Suitable for live and studio use
- High Dynamics Stereo Reverb
- Hall, Plate and Room types
- Three different effects per type
- Controls for Reverb and Tone
- 24-bit digital processing circuitry
- Stereo/MonoSerial/parallel (internal switch)
- True Bypass Signal Relay Switching
- Protected against over voltage up to 18V
- Powered by 9 to 12V DC
- Optional (not included):
- EBS AD-9+ Power Supply
|Nominal Input Level||- 8 dBv|
|Input Impedance||1 Mohms stereo|
|500 kohms mono|
|Dry Bandwidth +0 / -3 dB||20 - 20k Hz|
|Reverb Bandwidth +0/-3 dB 20||- 20k Hz|
|Tone Low Pass Filter min / max||1 / 20 kHz|
|Reverb Types||3 Rooms, 3 Plates and 2 Halls|
|Sampling Frequency||48 kHz|
|Dynamic Range||107 dB A-weighted|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||2.8 x 4.5 x 1.4”, (70 x 115 x 35 mm)|
|Weight||400g (0.88 lb.)|
|Power Requirements||9-12 V DC Regulated, 100 mA max.|
* EBS Recommend the use of the EBS AD-9+ DC adapter. The adapter can supply up to twenty pedals at the same time.