Sony DPS-D7 Digital Delay 1991 - Rack True Stereo Digital - Analogue Delay - Sound On Sound

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service/recap/BATTERY HOLDER + NEW memory BATTERY
clean & polished

One of the best true stereo Delays

co operation Sony with Korg

could make using the EQ of the unit modern digital delays close to TC 2290 or Darker vintage Delays both very useful to Pink Floyd tones and double stereo delays or sound on sound effects.

VOLTAGE 230-240 VOLTS EUROPEAN or USA to EU 110-120 volt to 230-240 volt transformer needed

The Sony DPS-D7 is a digital delay unit equipped entirely with Sony’s digital and audio technology at its highest level of sophistication which was released before with the Digital Reverberator, DRE-2000 and MU-R201 and has received much praise.

Quality-conscious design A/D and D/A high performance converter
The Sony DPS-D7 converts the incoming analog signal to a digital signal, passes it through various effects, then re-converts it to an analog signal before output. The determinant to the sound quality is the conversion mechanism that adopts the 18-bit oversampling stereo Al D converter and the pulse D/A converter of 49,152 MHz. These account for highly accurate. less deteriorated effects.

User-friendly and comfortable operation
 The large size backlit LCD of 40 characters by 2 lines makes it possible to proceed with smooth operation while viewing the operating condition in real time. Moreover, the LCD display incorporates an on-line manual (in English) which displays information required for operation.

Abundant preset memory settings
 The unit has a hundred variations of the effects created by musicians, sound mixers and acoustic engineers around the world in its preset memory. This will help you select and replay immediately the desired effects for a particular purpose.

Sound creation of any kind
 The EDIT function allows you to modify the presets or to create some individual effects. Besides the preset memory for a hundred effects, the unit has a so-called user memory where you can save up to 256 effects you are going to create. Using this memory allows more varicolored play of effects.

Wide range of effects
 The Sony DPS-D7 is equipped with 7 types of algorithms in the Delay block; Stereo delay, Feedback delay. Double delay, Tap delay. Long tap delay, Panpot tap delay and Multi-delay. In addition, it is provided with the Equalizer block and the Auto panner block. By using these blocks and algorithms, the DPS-D7 can create the wide range of effects which no other existing delay unit can achieve.

Remote control
 The remote commander (not supplied) makes it possible to remotely control the unit.

2 types of l/O connectors are provided
 The Sony DPS-D7 has XLR connectors (balanced-type) and phone jacks so that it can be connected to instruments, recording equipment or PA (public address) equipment.

Linkage with MIDI equipment
 The MIDI device incorporated in the Sony DPS-D7 can receive program change signals from another MIDI equipment connected so that the Sony DPS-D7 can be controlled by the MIDI equipment connected. Thus it can function as an effector when connected to digital instruments. In addition, controls from PCs or MIDI sequencers are very helpful for composition

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Product Specs

Listed7 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more

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