Moog 500 Series Analog Delay

Moog 500 Series Analog Delay

Moog 500 Series Analog Delay

Moog 500 Series Analog Delay

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  • 100% Analog Delay
  • 800ms of Delay
  • MIDI & VST/AU/RTAS Plug-In Control
  • Assignable Tap Temp/CV Jack
  • 6 Waveshape LFO
  • Hard-Wired Bypass
  • Requires 500-Series Power Supply
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  • 1Description

The 500-Series Analog Delay from Moog is a digitally controllable analog delay that can provide up to 800ms of delay. All of the delay's parameters, including its LFO and waveform, can be set through your DAW thanks to its compatible VST, AU, and RTAS format plug-in and front-panel 5-pin DIN MIDI connector.

The delay has a 6 waveform LFO that allows it to branch out and create other time-based effects such as chorus, extreme modulation, and tape-delay style effects. For additional creative effects, there is a 1/4" tap-tempo CV input on the delay's front panel, allowing you to integrate an external CV source to modulate a variety of parameters.

Note! This unit requires a 500-series power supply for operation
  • 35-800ms Analog Delay Time
  • 0.5x/1.0x Time and Filter Switch
  • 30dB of Input Drive and Output Gain
  • Assignable 1/4" Tap Tempo and CV input
  • MIDI Control
  • 6 Waveshape LFO
  • Free VST/AU/RTAS editor
  • Stereo Linkable
  • 4 NOS Panasonic Low-Noise High-Voltage BBDs
  • TI/Burr Brown OPA1644 Op amps used throughout the analog signal path
  • "Metalized Polyphenylene-Sulphide" Film capacitors in the filter section
  • 2 Dual Moog 6th order filters for anti-alias and clock removal functions
  • THAT high CMRR front end with Servo DC nulling
  • THAT cross-coupled differential drive output stage
  • Ultra-fast, low-noise linear power supply regulators for the lowest noise possible
  • High-speed, low-noise op amps for all CV and control sections
  • Differential input and output sections utilizing DC servo modified THAT Corporation receivers and transmitters. (THAT In Genius 1200 Transformer simulating reviver with Moog designed DC servo offset removing, featuring over 1M input impedance and very high common mode rejection ratio, THAT Corp OutSmarts 1646 Balanced Line Driver for balanced transformer like floating outputs)
  • Low-noise and fast transient response linear regulators and voltage isolation networks
  • True relay hard bypass.
  • Low-noise and low-distortion gain and mixing sections with less coloration and distortion in the gain and mixing sections
  • No VCA in the input, output, or mixer sections for lowered noise, distortion and coloration
  • Stereo linking capability and firmware improvements for a wide variety of mono to stereo delay effects and stereo I/O capability.
  • Analog click track to tap tempo tracking
  • Assignable CV buss
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Moog 500 Series Analog Delay
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Input Balanced Line-Level: +18 dBμ to -12 dBμ (via 500 series rack)
    Input Impedance 1 MΩ differential or single ended, common mode 48 kΩ
    Output Impedance 50Ω differential 25Ω single ended
    Maximum Output Level Better than +28dBμ, balanced
    Gain Drive: 30dB range of control
    Output: 30dB range of control
    Frequency Response Dry: Better than +/-0.5 dB 20 Hz to 20 kHz pass band
    Wet: 0.5 x 20 Hz to 2.6 kHz, 1.0x 20 Hz to 1.65 kHz, nominal
    Bypass Hard relay true bypass
    Power Consumption 130 mA, +16 V, <60 mA, -16 V
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.8 x 8.3 x 4.1"
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