Behringer RD-6-SR

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Analog Drum Machine

  • 8 Drum sounds: bass drum, snare drum, low tom, high tom, cymbal, clap, open hi-hat and closed hi-hat
  • Volume control for all instruments and accent track
  • Integrated distortion effect with controls for intensity and tone
  • 16-Dtep pattern sequencer
  • Storage locations for 2x 16 patterns
  • Pattern chain for a maximum of 16 patterns (256 steps)
  • Song mode with 8 memory locations
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 56 x 305 x 165 mm
  • Weight: 0.9 kg
  • Colour: Silver
  • Includes power supply unit (9 V DC)
  • Suitable optional cover: Art.490239 (not included)
  • Suitable optional case: Art.492958 (not included)

Connections:

  • 2 Trigger outputs for low tom and high tom: 3.5 mm jack
  • Sync In / Out: 3.5 mm jack
  • Stereo headphone output: 3.5 mm jack
  • 6 Individual outputs: 3.5 mm jack
  • Mix-out: 6.3 mm jack
  • Start / Stop foot switch connection: 6.3 mm jack
  • USB-MIDI
  • MIDI In / Out
available since September 2020
Item number 483633
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Sound Synthesis Analogue
Pads 0
Effects Yes
Bass No
Display No
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out
Number of analog outputs 6
Headphone Connector Yes
Mains Operation Yes
Battery Operation No
Footswitch connection 1
Extras None
Shape Desktop
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I love it
Tomoc 04.04.2022
It's difficult to rate the RD-6 without context as it is a clone of a cheap machine with limited functionality. Once you know what you're buying you can measure it in these terms.

The RD-6 sounds great and is a simple machine. No swing, no tuning and certainly nothing fancy like probability. If you dig the 606 sound (think Autechre's Bike) you will be happy with this.

I love the sound, the feel and the price. Another great machine that I may never have owned otherwise. I had a minor problem with some beats from Bank I bleeding into Bank II so I've marked quality down slightly. In practice I generally only use one bank so I've tried to work on anyway.

Highly recommended for that simple robotic beat. Best analog hats in town.
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After a forty year wait I got the drum machine, I always wanted !
MesmoChicago 12.12.2021
The Behringer RD-6 a faithful re- imaging of the Roland TR-606, was always going to be judged on its individual sounds. its analogue heart is definitely where it should be , the inclusion of MIDI and separate outs bring this machine, squarely into the 21st century and, in the studio. It sounds fantastic , those rasping hats pattering away sound like no other drum machine out there, I love mine , and I can`t believe its been forty years since this machine was on my wish list .
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Tuff Little Unit ...
*Theo E* 01.06.2021
The RD-6 is as simple and direct as it gets.

If you craved for a TR-606 but never had the chance to get one, this will suffice as a purchase! You should not expect the bells and whistles of the modern TR-06 reincarnation. However you should expect the full analog drum sound of the original. I found it very easy and straightforward to use, and the distortion, although a bit harsh (doesn't have a soft setting) unit is a welcomed edition, for every hard acid and electro freak.

The case is plastic, but bear in mind that that was the case with the original device. There are no controls to alter any drum properties, except volume and accent amount. However try playing with these settings (especially the difference between accented and not accented hits) and let the distortion do the rest. You'll be surprised.

I found my self using it, more than I thought I would. Needless to say I fell in love with it :)
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Only if you like 606's
FC Music 14.05.2021
This product is well made, designed and is a good physical emulation of the original. However, after a week of using it I stopped because the sound variation is not great (not quality - it is meant to be that way) and the hassle of using up 6 inputs on my mixer and audio interface to get variation in sound.
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