DIGITAL DELAY PEDAL SCHEMATIC
This Is The Delay Pedal You Can Build Yourself | Hackaday
This pedal is based on the PT2399 chip from Princeton Technology, a digital delay chip that can be used with something that sounds like an old
Digital Delay - sound-au
The Delay Circuit. The delay circuit is shown in Figure 1, and uses the Princeton Technology PT2399 digital delay chip. This replaces the original Mitsubishi device described in Project 26 PT2399 has been around for a while now, and for ages I have planned a project based on it.
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The Complete Circuit’s Schematic Diagram. A testing in digital domain (using Deepstomp platform) has shown that the basic block diagram of the circuit works fine. For the actual hardware, here is the schematic diagram of the reverb pedal circuit (Figure 6). It has four controls: decay time, room size, dry/wet balance, and the output level
Boss DM-2 Delay Guitar Pedal Schematic Diagram
Boss DM-2 Delay pedal schematic diagram The Boss DM-2 analog delay pedal was sold from 1981 to 1984 and is still sought after thanks to its warm, natural sound. Produces a delay time ranging from 20 to 300 milliseconds, and has 3 knobs ( Repeat Rate , Intensity and Echo ).