Delay Chips

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Delay Chips

Post by Nematod » Mon Feb 24, 2003 9:00 am

Hey DC, <BR>you mentioned in another post you had BBD-based delays. I have ab mxr multifx , but the chips; SAD 4096's were fried. I replaced them with 1024s , which work nicely , but as you can imagine, a 4000ms delay would be preferable! <IMG SRC=" ... /happy.gif" ALT=":&#41;"> <BR> If you have any idea where I could get some 4096's , please email me offlist. <BR> Peace, <BR>Ronan.

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Delay Chips

Post by Looter » Mon Feb 24, 2003 3:17 pm

BBD chips are something that has been of interest to me also as of late. After all, they are the heart of an analog delay box &#40;unless of course we're talking about tape-based delay&#41;. I did some research on the panasonic MN3005 that my multivox delay is built around and found that this is one of the more venerable and sought-after chips that were used "back in the day". <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>you might try, but it wouldn't be cheap.

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Delay Chips

Post by nemaod » Tue Feb 25, 2003 5:43 pm

Yeah , BBDs sound the business , unfortunately the 4096s were the cream of the crop , and are rarely seen anymore. <BR>note that the MN series are still available, if you need replacements. <BR> <BR>ATB, :R.

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