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PT2399 bucket-brigade delay


  • 56 mA +12V
  • 10 mA -12V
  • 46 mm Depth
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Crush Delay module Synthrotek DLY- Works as a regular clean bucket-brigade delay until about 600-700 milliseconds, after that it starts to create all kinds of wild glitchy artifacts, similar like the Befaco Crush Delay or NLC Delay No More. They all use the same PT2399 chip for creating that behavior. But the Synthrotek DLY is much cheaper! 😄- Mint condition- Comes with power cable and rack screws------------------------------Description from the Synthrotek website:The Synthrotek DLY is a PT2399 bucket-brigade delay module. The PT2399 IC delivers warm and lush analog-sounding tones (the IC is partially digital). When the Mix knob is fully counter-clockwise, you get a dry signal. When it is fully clockwise, you get a fully wet signal. This allows the user to plug this delay into effects loops. Also, the DLY allows for CV over Feedback and has an internal Feedback amount trimpot for precise adjustment. Another added feature is the delay Rate range internal trimpot, which allows you to dial in the delay range of your choice. Turn the Rate knob all the way up to get the extreme, chaotic sounds of an over-clocked PT2399 chip.  Features:CV over DLY RateCV over FeedbackTrue wet/dry MixFeedback amount trimmer adjustRate range trimmer adjustRate/delay range: ~30ms - 1.13 secondsOverclocked PT2399 "glitch" effects from fully turned Rate knob4HPDepth: 1 13/16 inches (4.6cm)Current draw: -12V = 10.1 mA; +12V = 56mA

Synthrotek DLY

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