DELAY Kit

The Dub Delay allows you to add an echo effect on any line level source (music or pre-amplified voice)

Provided with a 9V Battery Connector, but you can use a PSU Kit.

Provided as Do-It-Yourself kit , with all needed components. You may add an ALUBOX, a PSUKIT.

Also available as Ready-to-use unit in Box or Rack !

€33.33

€33.33 Tax incl.
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Customers outside E.U. : You don't pay the taxes (Tax Excl. Price) Customers inside E.U. : You have to pay the taxes (Tax Incl. Price)


Shipped witin 10 to 15days
Quantity

  • Express delivery, with tracking and insurance. Express delivery, with tracking and insurance.
  • Designed and built in France ! Designed and built in France !

5 controls are tweakable in real-time :
- Speed of the repeat of the sound (TIME)
- Number of repeats (FEEDBACK)
- Level of the effect (DRY/WET)
- Feedback cut push button
- Feedback filter frequency

Vidéo de démonstration :

Specific References

Based on 2 reviews - 0 1 2 3 4 5,00/5
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Value purchase - by ,
5
Purely amazing
DELAY Kit
0 1 2 3 4
(5/5
Ease of use: 0 1 2 3 4
Features: 0 1 2 3 4
Global Note: 0 1 2 3 4
Sound: 0 1 2 3 4
Were the mounting instructions clear ?: 0 1 2 3 4

Purely amazing


Value purchase - by ,
5
My first PT2399 based delay and it sounds great, has a nice analog tone despite being digital, I've read the chip is modeled after the Maestro Echoplex. The build instructions were clear, only my third effects build and it came together nicely. I like how the PT2399 keeps more high frequencies in the repeats than a bucket brigade delay, and it's easy to control when dubbing parts out with many repeats. Some people might not like the noisy quality of slower repeats, but I think it adds to the character and charm. I thought the kit would include the feedback cut button feature that's in the assembled versions, but it's no biggie, though it would be cool to see how to implement that in the kit instructions or on the website. Merci beaucoup, Klementz!
DELAY Kit
0 1 2 3 4
(5/5
Ease of use: 0 1 2 3 4
Features: 0 1 2 3 4
Global Note: 0 1 2 3 4
Sound: 0 1 2 3 4
Were the mounting instructions clear ?: 0 1 2 3 4

My first PT2399 based delay and it sounds great, has a nice analog tone despite being digital, I've read the chip is modeled after the Maestro Echoplex. The build instructions were clear, only my third effects build and it came together nicely. I like how the PT2399 keeps more high frequencies in the repeats than a bucket brigade delay, and it's easy to control when dubbing parts out with many repeats. Some people might not like the noisy quality of slower repeats, but I think it adds to the character and charm. I thought the kit would include the feedback cut button feature that's in the assembled versions, but it's no biggie, though it would be cool to see how to implement that in the kit instructions or on the website. Merci beaucoup, Klementz!


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