Probably is a dual 2 to 1 analog multiplexer with probabilty based switching.

Probably is a dual 2 to 1 analog multiplexer with probability based switching.

On each clock rising edge a random number decides which input is connected to the output. The likelihood can be set independently for each switch.

Probably allows full voltage range inputs and outputs so it can be used for both unipolar and bipolar sources between -12V and 12V. Use it with trigger inputs to create complex evolving rhythms, or switch between multiple LFOs for unique modulation shapes.

Inputs:

A, B, C, D - -12V to 12V

Clock - 0 to 10V

Outputs:

A/B - -12V to 12V

C/D - -12V to 12V

Switching Time - 75ns

Current Draw - 14.5 mA on +12V

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  • 15 mA +12V
  • 0 mA -12V
  • 0 mA 5V
  • 47 mm deep
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$150 submitted Nov 20th 2014, 10:52 by Jasper | last Change Mar 3rd 2015, 00:03 by Jasper
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