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Author Topic: Vantage EM-650 (198?)  (Read 98 times)

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Vantage EM-650 (198?)
« on: January 16, 2019, 05:50:43 AM »

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3/4 of full rack width.
This is one of those vintage 80's OEM made in Japan echo/delay units that were badged in several varieties - Stage (Univox) DE-1, Melos DE-1, Evans Echopet, Audiotek EC-555, Maplin Echorder E44, etc).
The max delay time is ~200ms possibly slightly longer.
It has that typical warm analog BBD delay sound
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