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ADDAC 104 - VC T-Networks

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Following our ADDAC103 T-Networks this new module is also inspired by Twin T-Networks circuits used in many lengendary drum machines. A simple 4 voice module with frequency controls for each of the voices. This new module also features CV inputs with attenuverters for each voice Frequency. Due to the specificities of the circuit and to keep the module at a low price these inputs are not callibrated to 1v/octave. At each voice input there’s a gate to trigger converter so any input source is possible. Audio inputs can also be used as an input, in this case and due to the nature of the gate to trigger converter, each voice can be used as very destructive filters. The top 2 channels feature a higher frequency range, the bottom 2 channels feature a lower frequency range. Here is a demo video about it.

 

4 Voices each with:

• Frequency control with CV input and attenuverter Frequency Range Switch, Low/Mod/High

• Trigger Input

• Audio Output

• Summing Mix output with Volume control
 
Technical details:
8HP, 2.5 cm deep
50mA +12V / 50mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 104 - VC T-Networks

155,00 €

  • 0,11 kg
  • Sold out at the moment

ADDAC 105 - 4-Voice Cluster

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Following our ADDAC103 T-Networks this new module is inspired by it’s simplicity. This is a 4 voice Square Oscillator with VCA, FM switch and a slew decay for the incoming Trigger IN. All voices are then sent through a Multimode Filter. Each voice has it’s own VCA input where any input is accepted (Trigger, Gate, CV) The [DECAY] controls the slew decay applied to the incoming signal, if [DECAY] is fully anti-clockwise then it works as a Mute. The [FM ON] switches activate/deactivate the FM input coming from the previous voice: Voice 1 FM comes from voice 4, voice 2 FM comes from voice 1, and so on, so you can FM all of them in a FM loop. Demo videos can be found here and here.

 

All 4 voices are summed and sent through a filter with controls over [CUTOFF] with an Attenuverter for the CV input and [RESO- NANCE]. Three filter outputs are provided [LOWPASS], [BANDPASS] and [HIGHPASS]. The [EXTERNAL IN] input can be routed through a jumper on the back of the module allowing the incoming signal to go to: 1. the filter input for processing an external audio source. 2. all of the 4 voices Frequency control allowing for some experi- mental CV control over pitch of all 4 voices at the same time (due to the specificities of the circuit and to keep the module at a low price these inputs are not callibrated to 1v/octave).

 
Technical details:
8HP, 4.5 cm deep
40mA +12V / 40mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 105 - 4-Voice Cluster

129,00 €

  • 0,13 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 215 - Dual S&H+

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This new module should not be judged by it’s size, at 6hp it’s packed with features. At its core it features a noise source and two precision Sample & Holds with 0.01% of maximum deviation from the Input which allows for quantized signals to be sent through without any noticeable detuning or the typical voltage drops over time. The Sample & Hold sections can also be used as a Track & Hold meaning it holds the incoming input while the Trigger input is ON and lets the input flow to the output when the Trigger input is OFF. Each section also features it’s own slew processor with a single control over attack and decay and an ON/OFF switch. The noise signal is normalled to both sections inputs, meaning that without a jack plugged into the Input the sample and hold function will act upon the incoming noise signal generating random CV values. The [Trigger A Alternate] switch allows to Link both sections so that any trigger input in Trigger A will alternate between triggering the A and B section.

 

Besides each section outputs there’s also 4 extra outputs: Noise, Difference, Average and Sum. The [Noise] output is coming from the noise source, the [Difference] output is the subtraction of section A minus section B, the [Average] output is the sum of both A plus B and then divided by 2 and finally the [Sum] output is the sum of both A plus B sections.


Technical details:
6HP, 4.0 cm deep
50mA +12V / 50mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 215 - Dual S&H+

139,00 €

  • 0,11 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 216 - Sum & Difference

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There are two equal sections in this module labeled A and B. This module is a peculiar type of mixer that instead of just summing two input signals (X & Y) it also allows the possibility to subtract the two signals. It works both for audio and CV signals and hence the possibility to get the diference of two CVs or cancel the phase of two audio signals. The resulting signal, of sum or subtraction, is then routed through a switchable (on/off) full rectification circuit labeled: Absolute. After this the gain of the mixed signal goes through another attenuverter labeled: Amplitude to control the resulting signal gain which, being an attenuverter, also allows the possibility to invert the incoming signal. After the Amplitude comes an AC/DC coupling switch followed by an bipolar Offset knob.

 

Besides the normal output there’s also an inverted output for each of the A & B sections. The outputs of section A & B are also summed and sent to the Average Output. Using a single input, just the X or Y input, the module can also be used as a simple dual Attenuverter & Offset CV processor with full rectification and AC coupling options.

 

2 independent sections each with:

• 2 inputs with gain attenuverters

• Amplitude attenuverter and bipolar Offset

• Absolute/Bipolar and AC/DC switches

• Output and inverted output

• 2 leds monitor the Output polarities and gain.

• Average mix output of both sections


Technical details:
8HP, 4.0 cm deep
?mA +12V / ?mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 216 - Sum & Difference

129,00 €

  • 0,12 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 805 - VC Signal Router

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Inspired by our ADDAC701 VCO waveform mixing section, our new VC Signal Router also updates our legacy X-Fade/Panner to a stereo configuration that also allows 4 quadrant mixing. Featuring two dedicated X-faders and a stereo VCA that can also be used as a third X-Fader. All controls have their own CV inputs and dedicated Attenuverters for precision control. 4 quadrant mixing is achieved by using the stereo Master as a X-fader between left and right channels, this way you can plug 4 audio sources and sweep/crossfade between each and any of them using the 3 x-faders. Plug any 4 sources (4 waveforms of a VCO, 4 LFOs, 4 envelopes...) and sweep through morph through or have them all mixed together. For other configuration types Left and Right X-fader channels can be routed through the Master stereo VCA or sent directly to the outputs. A stereo Direct input can also be routed through the Master VCA or sent straight to the outputs. The Mono Sum output always mix Left and Right outputs together allowing the possibility to use the module as a peculiar 6 channel mono mixer. It can be used for both Audio or CV Signals.

 

• 6 mono inputs

• 2 dedicated X-faders with Control knob + CV Input and Attenuverter Each X-fader can be routed through the Master mix or straight into the outputs.

• Master channel can be used as a stereo VCA or an X-fader

• Stereo direct inputs can be routed through the Master mix or straight into the outputs.

• Fully analog audio path with high quality/low noise VCAs.


Technical details:
8HP, 4.5 cm deep
40mA +12V / 40mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 805 - VC Signal Router

165,00 €

  • 0,15 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 103 - T-Networks

Inspired by Twin T-Networks circuits used in many lengendary drum machines we developed a simple and straight forward 4 voice percussion module with frequency controls for each of its voices. At each voice input there’s a gate to trigger converter so any input source is possible. Audio inputs can also be used as an input, in this case and due to the nature of the gate to trigger converter, each voice can be used as very destructive filters. Here is a DivKid video about it on YouTube.

 

Features:
4 Voices each with: Frequency control, Frequency Range Switch, Low/Mod/High, Trigger Input, Audio Output, Summing Mix output with Volume control
 
Technical details:
6HP, 2.5 cm deep
40mA +12V / 40mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 103 - T-Networks

113,00 €

  • 0,15 kg
  • Sold out at the moment

ADDAC 200PI - Pedal Integrator

This small utility is the pedal's lover best friend, it allows 2 diferent chains of pedals to be independently connected to your synth. The Send channels attenuate the synth level to instrument level. The Return channels amplify the signal from instrument to synth level. Here's a demo video about the module.


Technical details:
4HP, 3 cm deep
Max 10mA +12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 200PI - Pedal Integrator

83,00 €

  • 0,12 kg
  • Sold out at the moment

ADDAC 213a - Eurorack Bridge

The first modules from our Eurorack Bridge system! A pair of ADDAC213As acts as a simple one-cable bridge between different cases. By itself the ADDAC213As can send/receive 8 CV or audio signals between your cases, but can be expanded to bridge two cases for up to 24 signals at the same time. Use a pair of ADDAC213As to send & receive 8 CV or audio signals between distant points in your case, between two separate cases, or between your case and a friend's case.

 Less clutter, less spaghetti, faster connection!

 There’s nothing better than being able to connect that controller skiff with just one cable to your main system. At a gig, in the studio, when jamming with a friend, give yourself a gift by grabbing a pair of ADDAC213As.

 The modules can be installed in normal position or a 180 degree position to fit any need and any case design. Here's a video about ADDAC213A & B.

 

Expansion possible by the ADDAC213Bs:



Each ADDAC213A module can be connected through a ribbon cable connection on its backside with up to two ADDAC213Bs. Each ADDAC213B module added expands the channels options of the ADDAC213A by adding 8 more channels.

With two 2 ADDAC213Bs connected to each ADDAC213A module, you’ll have a total of 24 channels going between your cases with a simple one-cable bridge.

Between the ADDAC213A pair and the ADDAC213B, your cases never looked so elegantly connected together!



 

The ADDAC213As are always sold as a pair of 2 modules and an included 50cm ribbon cable.

 

Technical details:

Width: 6 HP

Depth: 2,4 cm

Passive / Does not draw current

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy.

ADDAC 213a - Eurorack Bridge

95,00 €

  • 0,2 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 213b - Eurorack Bridge Expansion

The ADDAC213B is the second pair of modules from our Eurorack Bridge system!

 A pair of ADDAC213Bs can be used in standalone to send/receive 8 CV or audio signals between different points inside the same case or as an expansion to the main pair of Eurorack Bridge modules, the ADDAC213As.Here's a video about ADDAC213A & B.

 

Standalone use

: Two ADDAC213B modules can be connected to each other with the use of a single ribbon cable and then used inside a case to carry signals between distant points without the need for long cables. Less clatter, less spaghetti, more space of your fingers on those knobs! A single pair can send & receive up to 8 CV or audio signals between different points in your case at the same time. The modules can be installed in normal position or a 180 degree position to fit any need. 

Do you have modules that you often use together in different areas of your case? Would you prefer that each row’s cables don’t mingle with cables from other rows? Grab yourself a pair of ADDAC213s.

 


As an Expansion to an ADDAC213A

: Each ADDAC213B connected to the backside of an ADDAC213A adds 8 more channels to the main bridging functionality of the ADDAC213A.

 Up to 2 ADDAC213B can be connected to an ADDAC213A module, expanding the bridging between two difference cases to a total of 24 channels. If you’re looking for a simple one-cable bridge between your various cases, then look no further than the ADDAC213A.

 Between the ADDAC213A pair and the ADDAC213B, your cases never looked so elegantly connected together!

 

ADDAC213Bs always come in pairs. Price is for a pair of modules (2 modules) including two 50cm ribbon cables. Only one is used to connect the two ADDAC213B together but two are necessary when connecting the two ADDAC213B to two ADDAC213A.

 

Technical details:

Width: 3 HP

Depth: 2,5 cm

Passive / Does not draw current

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy.

ADDAC 213b - Eurorack Bridge Expansion

79,00 €

  • 0,12 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 214 - VC Rotator

This is our VC Rotator, a stepped routing module for any type of signal (audio, cv, gate, trigger...). Similar to a VC switcher but in this case there's the same number of inputs than outputs so, instead of 4 to 1 or 1 to 4, this module is always 4 to 4 but it can be patched for 2 to 2 and 3 to 3 step actions. All four inputs get routed to the four outputs depending on the CV and Clock controls and are divided into 4 routing steps:

1. routes all inputs to the same number output: 1:1, 2:2, 3:3, 4:4

2. routes all inputs to an offset of 1: 2:1, 3:2, 4:3, 1:4

3. routes all inputs to an offset of 2: 3:1, 4:2, 1:3, 2:4

4. routes all inputs to an offset of 3: 4:1, 1:2, 2:3, 3:4

Direction determines if the clock input goes forward or backwards.

Going forward it can be set to 2-3 or 4 steps using the Rotate knob offset, going backwards always sync to 4 steps even if offseted by the Rotate knob. For 2 & 3 step action input 1 is normalled to input 3 and input 2 is normalled to input 4. Reset resets the internal clock to the first step. Pendulum, external sequencing or any complex CV actions can be achieved using the CV input and dedicated attenuverter. 4 leds monitor which input is routed to output 1.

 

Features:

4 Inputs

4 Outputs

Direction Switch

CV Rotate with Attenuverter

Clock and Reset Inputs

4 Monitor Leds
 
Technical details:
?HP, ?cm deep
??mA +12V / ??mA -12V

Panel color: red

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and possibly some bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 214 - VC Rotator

149,00 €

  • 0,12 kg
  • Sold out at the moment

ADDAC 304 - Manual Gates

With the ADDAC304 Manual Gates you'll be getting 8 manual gates (0 +5v) in a nifty package - a perfect way to perform on and control your modular system. The ADDAC304 comes with an interesting twist: 4 out of the 8 available gates can act as momentary switches, outputting the signals in their respective inputs when each gate’s button is pressed. Here's a video about the module.

 

FAQ:

Q: Are the buttons momentary? Will the module send a gate-high signal for as long as the button is held down?

 A: Yes! The ADDAC304 uses momentary switches (check the ADDAC305 if you want toggle switches instead). The module will output a +5v signal for as long as the button is held down, and when released it will output 0v.

 

Q: Will the module output gates when nothing is connected at the inputs?

 A: If a jack is plugged in an channel which has an input, then when you press the button the incoming signal will be output instead. If there is no input then the channel behaves like all other channels, firing +5v when pressed and 0v when not pressed.

 

Technical details:
8HP, 2,5cm deep
10mA +12V

CV inputs: ± 10v

Gate outputs: 0 +5v

Panel color: silver

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. Most parts are THT, but it contains some small SMT parts.

ADDAC 304 - Manual Gates

79,00 €

  • 0,12 kg
  • Sold out at the moment

ADDAC 703 - Discrete Mixer

Here's the second module of our 700's Heritage Series. Inspired by Moog CP3 mixer, this is a totally discrete analog mixer and it's not, by any means, your standard breakfast mixer, although it can behave like one. This is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Despite its harmless looks there's a dark snarly soul behind that panel that wants to take your sounds into a realm of gritty gnarly growls. Here are 2 videos about the module: video 1 and video 2.

 

Features:

4 Independent channels with input jack and volume knob

1 Feedback/gate knob

Master output volume knob

6 Front panel trimmers allows user to adjust the Input resistor trimmer for each channel, feedback and master output

1 Front panel trimmer allows to adjust the mix Bias

 
Technical details:
8HP, 3cm deep
60mA +12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: medium. Most SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 703 - Discrete Mixer

95,00 €

  • 0,15 kg
  • Sold out at the moment

ADDAC 810 - Phono Preamp

Our Phono Pre Amplifier module, connect your turntable to it and bring it's sound straight into any of your patches.


Technical details:
4HP, 4,5cm deep
40mA +12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy. All SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and possibly bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 810 - Phono Preamp

105,00 €

  • 0,1 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 305 - Manual Latches

The ADDAC305 Manual Latches is a combination of 8 manual latching switches in a small and elegant module: each button toggles between Gate high / Gate low when pressed, outputting a 5V gate signal. Additionally 4 of the 8 available latches, sport inputs and can act as manual latching switches, allowing the incoming signal to pass to the output when the button is toggled. Here is a video about it.

 

CV I/O:

CV inputs: ± 10v

Gate outputs: 0 +5v


Technical details:
8HP, 2,5cm deep
10mA +12V

Panel color: silver

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. All SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and possibly bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 305 - Manual Latches

85,00 €

  • 0,1 kg
  • Sold out at the moment

ADDAC 306 - VC Transitions

ADDAC306 is a 5 channel multi-directional CV generator. You can think of it as a "sweet spot" controller, or a hands-on way of transiting from one state to another. Each of the five channels has MINIMUM, SPAN and DIRECTION controls, a common CV IN and a common TRANSITION CONTROLLER slider.

MINIMUM sets the minimum channel voltage. SPAN sets the voltage range of the channel.

It essentially sets the maximum voltage that can be output from the channel, relative to what the current channel MINIMUM is. For a given SPAN value, if the MINIMUM voltage is changed then the maximum voltage output from that channel will also change respectively. DIRECTION sets whether the voltage transition for each channel goes from MINIMUM to maximum, or maximum to MINIMUM. The TRANSITION CONTROLLER slider controls the transition from the minimum value (A) to the maximum value (B) or vice versa, according to the settings of each independent channel. Moving this slider generates 5 different voltages with 5 different ranges and directions. The transition can also be operated from a CV source at the CV IN, in which case the slider position acts as an attenuator for the incoming voltage. The maximum range of each channel can be set to either 5 or 10 volts, by 5 jumpers in the back of the module. Only positive voltages are generated at the output.

 

Using the CV IN you can use two ADDAC306 modules to expand your control options to 9 voltage outputs under one common slider control. Use the VC Transitions to multiply the polyphony of a single CV sequencer by passing its outputs through the ADDAC207. VC Transition makes for an awesome state transition controller. Plug its outputs to various CV controller parameters of your audio effects modules. Set the slider to position A, and set the minimum values for each channel. Then move the slider to position B and set the SPAN settings for each channel. Use the TRANSITION CONTROLLER slider to morph from state A to state B and backwards. Flip the DIRECTION switches to change the direction of the transition for each channel. Use the CV IN to automate the transition using LFOs, ADSRs or sequencers. Plug the output of your ADSR envelope to the CV IN and set the channels differently to get 5 different ADSRs from one common source. This module was developed based on an initial idea by Konstantine Fioretos.

 

Control Voltage I/O:

CV inputs: + 5v

CV outputs: jumper selectable: +5v or +10v

 

Technical details:
8HP, 4cm deep
40mA +12V, 20mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. All SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and possibly bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 306 - VC Transitions

119,00 €

  • 0,13 kg
  • Sold out at the moment

ADDAC 307 - Heart Sensing

Another addition to our ADDAC300’s Expressive Controls Series. Preceded by the release of our ADDAC303 Muscle Sensing module this is the second module we make to take advantage of the physical body as a control source. This module originated from a simple idea: using one’s heart beat as a control source.  Using a clip-on sensor, that can be attached to a finger or an ear lobe, the user’s heart rate will be aquired by sensing the blood flow passing under the sensor. This pulse will generate a trigger and an AD envelope. Clip-on sensor is provided with the module. Here is a video about it.

 

Features:

0 +5v Trigger output

0 +10v Envelope output with:

Attack, Decay, Amplitude and Offset controls

Two leds monitor the Trigger and Envelope Outputs

 

Technical details:
4HP, 3,5cm deep
60mA +12V, 10mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy. All SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and possibly bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 307 - Heart Sensing

147,00 €

  • 0,1 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 701 - VCO v2

This is our new VCO, we discontinued our ADDAC701 VCO a few years back and since we’ve been wanting to release a more stable version with better pitch tracking increasing pitch reliability further minimizing the detuning issues of analog VCO’s.

 

For this new revision we chose to use the modern version of the CEM3340 ic from CoolAudio and add the triagle to sine circuitry of our previous VCO. This new version is extremelly stable over 7 octaves. We also added a new Mix section which allows mixing of all waveforms controlled by 3 knobs SIN/TRI, MIX and SAW/RECT.

 

Features:

Frequency knob with 6 octave range

Fine Tune knob with 12 semitone range

Octave switch with 6 octave range

1v/octave cv input

Linear FM cv input with attenuator

LFO/VCO switch sets overall frequency range

Soft/Off/Hard Sync switch

Pulse Width control with initial knob and cv input with attenuator

SINE, TRIANGLE, SAW and PULSE outputs

Mix output controlled by 3 knobs SIN/TRI, MIX and SAW/RECT

 

Technical details:
8HP, 3,5cm deep
60mA +12V, 60mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: medium. All SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and possibly bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 701 - VCO v2

179,00 €

  • 0,15 kg
  • Available
  • Ships within 3-5 days1

ADDAC 705 - Stinggy Filter

Here's our new filter inspired by the original WASP Filter.

 

Features:

1) Four diferent filter types: Low-Pass, Band-Pass, Notch-Pass and High-Pass with independent audio outputs. 2) Cutoff features a voltage-controlled cv input with a dedicated cv attenuator pot. 3) Two switches selects different Resonance clipping paths: no clipping / diodes and Resonance depth: high / low. 4) The Main output filter type can be selected through a 4 position switch. 5) The Main output circuit features a Distortion/Fuzz circuit that adds extra harmonics to the filtered audio. 6) Phase switch selects the Main output phase polarity. 7) One Led monitors the audio signal of the main output.

 

Here are 2 videos about it: one and two

 

Technical details:
8HP, 3cm deep
60mA +12V, 30mA -12V

Panel color: black

 

This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. Building instructions can be found here.

DIY level: easy/medium. All SMT parts are pre-populated, THT parts and possibly bigger SMT parts to be soldered.

ADDAC 705 - Stinggy Filter

129,00 €

  • 0,12 kg
  • Sold out at the moment