A 70s or early 80s BBD analogue echo box from Japan. Ostensibly designed for use with a microphone in a karaoke set up, it overdrives very pleasingly when a synth or drum machine is put through it.
Very simple – has two inputs (front and back), a mono output, and then controls which are labelled in Japanese but which with a small amount of experimentation are easy to work out (they are delay time, echo volume etc as you would expect).
Requires a powers supply (not included). It will take a 12v 30ma or 24v 50ma PSU with Centre . . . . . . . .
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