Integrated Circuit - PT2399, Echo / Delay
PT2399 echo/delay chip used in many DIY and commercial pedals. The PT2399 is in a DIP 16 package. Minimal external components are required for use and delay time is set with resistance.
Integrated Circuit - Xvive, MN3007, BBD, 1024 Stage
The XVive MN3007 is a drop-in replacement for the original Panasonic 1024-stage MN3007 BBD chip used in many chorus, vibrato, and flanger pedals and effects. The MN3007 is a 1024-stage, low-noise, long-delay BBD that provides a signal delay of up to 51.2 milliseconds. Due to its long delay times, the MN3007 is especially suitable for reverb effects in electronic musical instruments and PA equipment.
Integrated Circuit - Xvive, MN3009, BBD, 256 Stage
The XVive MN3009 is a drop-in replacement for the original Panasonic 256-stage MN3009 BBD chip used in many chorus, vibrato, and flanger pedals and effects. The MN3009 is a 256-stage BBD that boasts a wide dynamic range and low distortion. Its signal delay of up to 12.8 milliseconds makes it a perfect choice for vibrato and/or chorus effects in electronic musical instruments.
Integrated Circuit - Xvive, MN3005, BBD, 4096 Stage
The XVive MN3005 is a drop-in replacement for the original Panasonic 4096-stage MN3005 BBD chip used in many delay pedals and effects. Xvive Audio’s first-ever product was the MN3005: a re-creation of the legendary bucket brigade chip used in the Deluxe Memory Man and many other iconic effect pedals and instruments. Now, the Xvive MN3005 is at the heart of delay pedals produced by some of the world’s top effect pedal brands. The MN3005 is the world’s first 4096-stage long-delay BBD—eight times longer than the 512-stage BBD. It is manufactured using a P-channel low-noise silicon gate process. A long-signal delay time of 205 ms can be obtained at a clock frequency 10 kHz, with a sound-to-noise ratio of 75dB. This ratio is an improvement of 20dB, as compared to eight connected 512-stage BBDs!