TC Electronic has a long tradition of building high quality intuitive user interfaces. With the introduction of the D-Two this proud tradition is upheld. The D-Two is dedicated to the delay with some other effects that I have not used as there is to do with the programming of the delay. The central feature of the D-Two is a very musically oriented Rhythm Tap feature. When set to rhythm mode, the user can tap in a rhythm of up to 10 beats (within the maximum delay time of 10 seconds), whereupon the D-Two will automatically create delay taps at these intervals to provide a rhythmic echo. The D-Two provides six Direct-Access add on features, including Spatial, Ping-Pong, Reverse, Dynamic Delay, Chorus and Filter. There’s also comprehensive MIDI implementation and S/PDIF I/O.
According to several TC Electronic D-Two reviewers, some users have praised it for the effect itself is clear, very good definition; easy to use; the length of delay is great; the gain staging is excellent, so the output signal is quite good. Also, some users have complained it for the rack ears are flimsy and break easily.
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Clear all presets:
To Erase The User Preset in TC Electronic D-Two, first power on while simultaneously holding the “ENTER” button until the “D-TWO x.xx Front 1.x” appears on the display. Use the inner EDIT-wheel to select “Clear all presets ?” and then press “ENTER” button to confirm. Finally, power off the D-Two when the display shows “Clear/reset done” and then back on. The Clear All User Preset procedure is complete.
Warning! When you execute “Clear all presets” the all user preset you made will be lost. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Erase The User Preset in TC Electronic D-Two” was useful.
Reference: D-Two support