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Acid Rain Technology Junction

Junction is an ultra-compact, 4hp, four-channel attenuverter, cascading mixer, and multiple designed to finely tune your voltages, as well as create complex modulation. Both the inputs and outputs are normalled downward. Without anything patched into the first input, there is a constant +5V signal that gets copied to each unpatched input, with the knobs scaling the output: 12 o'clock is 0V, with positive voltages CW and negative CCW. Outputs are also cascading with each output carrying a mix of its own signal and any unpatched outputs above it. Add the Junction by Acid Rain Technology to your rack to assist in achieving that funky modulation or get that perfect mixture of voices.

Junction Features
  • 4-channel cascading attenuverter, mixer, and multiple
  • +5V offset normalled to first input when unpatched
  • Unpatched inputs receive copies of topmost patched input (or +5V)
  • Output mixes all unpatched outputs from above it
  • Ultra-compact
  • Reverse power protection

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Junction Attenuverter
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