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Genelec 8020D Compact 2 Way Active Monitor (raw aluminium, single)
Cat: 781489 Rel: 28 Jul 20 • View all Studio monitors
 
2 way active monitor
Notes: The ever-popular 8020D gets an industrial makeover with this raw aluminium finish. Same clear and revealing sound, same compact design but a striking new look.

Supplier notes:
When it comes to performance versus size, the 8020 has set the benchmark in nearfield monitoring for over 15 years.

Active Crossovers

Directivity Control Waveguide (DCW) Technology

SPL

100 dB

Frequency Response

56 Hz - 25 kHz (-6dB)

Dimensions

H 242 x W 148 x D 142 mm, with Iso-Pod (view in inches)

Classic design
The 8020D is the latest revision of this enduring studio classic, boasting an even higher SPL yet lower energy consumption than previous versions. Designed to adapt to the broadest possible range of listening environments, the 8020D thrives when space is at a premium.

Transparent and truthful
Engineers love the transparent and truthful reproduction of the 8020D, and with its wide uncoloured sweet spot you are always in a position to make accurate, reliable mix decisions. Additionally, our Intelligent Signal Sensing (ISS™) circuitry detects when your monitor is no longer in use, placing it into an environmentally friendly, power-saving standby mode.

Key Technologies

Active Crossovers

Directivity Control Waveguide (DCW) Technology

Intelligent Signal Sensing (ISS) Technology

Iso-Pod Stand

Minimum Diffraction Enclosure (MDE) Technology

Optimized Amplifiers

Protection Circuitry

Reflex Port Design

Room Response Compensation

Versatile Mountings

Package contains:
1 x 8020D monitor
1 x mains cable 1,8m
1 x user manual

Technical Specifications

SPL
100 dB

Amplifier Power
50 W Bass (Class D) + 50 W Treble (Class D)

Frequency Response
56 Hz - 25 kHz ("-6 dB")

Accuracy of Frequency Response
i 2.5 dB (62 Hz - 20 kHz)

Driver Dimensions
105 mm Bass + 19 mm Treble

Dimensions
H 242 x W 148 x D 142 mm, with Iso-Pod

Weight
3.2 kg / 7.1 lb

Connections
1 x XLR Analog Input
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Erica Synths VCA Waveshaper Ringmodulator Fusion Series Module
Cat: 780895 Rel: 27 Jul 20 • View all Synth modules
 
Fusion series module
Notes: The Fusion VCA/Waveshaper/Ringmodulator is a complex sound processor that combines VCA, waveshaper and ringmodulator. It's not a regular VCA; it can operate as one, but most of the power of the module is in advanced modulations - with two CVs applied simultaneously to different stages of the VCA, audio rate modulations, using ringmodulator as a waveshaper - your imagination is the limit!

Low power consumption due to miniature vacuum tubes.

Technical specifications:

Audio Input level: 10Vptp
CV input level (full swing): -10V - +10V
Panel width: 14HP
Module depth: 36mm
Power consumption: 48mA@+12V, 69mA@-12V
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Tiptop Audio Trigger Riot Sequencer Module (white faceplate)
Cat: 783681 Rel: 28 Jul 20 • View all Synth modules
 
Sequencer module
Notes: The Trigger Riot is a multipurpose trigger module that makes ultra complex patterns of gates triggers and clock pulses. The Riot covers a lot of ground in any Eurorack system from the master clocking for your entire system to algorithmic generation of pulses for envelopes, step sequencers, drums and accents that can venture into highly complex territory driven by simple yet powerful logic and algebra with a dash of pseudo randomness for some unpredictable results.

The user interface allows a great deal of control over pulses with each knob acting as a clock divider, clock multiplier, step injector, time shifter, clock shifter, pulse-width modulator, and an arithmetic probability processor. Now take that control and multiply it by 16 and feed it into 8 outputs for maximum Trigger Riot madness!

Furthermore the interface features a master clock knob, push switches to mute unmute and select rows, and multiple switches to configure, adjust, create loops and save your work for later recall from memory banks.

Trigger Riot integrates nicely in the studio with non-volatile memory, generous synchronization options with external gear including sample accurate sync with DAWs, smart synchronization to other Tiptop modules using SyncBus, and DIN Sync for vintage gear. A precise internal tempo clock generator with tap tempo and BeatSync to manage precise changes round out the features.
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Earth Quaker Devices Avalanche Run V2 Stereo Reverb & Delay with Tap Tempo Pedal
Notes: The Avalanche Run is a dreamy stereosonic exploratory multi-tool that includes up to 2 seconds of delay time, reverse delay, tap tempo with subdivision control, switchable true bypass or buffered bypass with 5 different tail lengths (including a sound-on-sound style lo-fi looping mode) and an assignable expression control that maps the expression jack to a control of your choice, including the toggle! The delay section allows tweaking from tape emulation to bucket brigade styles with a twist of the wide-range Tone control. The cavernous, plate-style reverb has just a touch of modulation similar to the one found in our precious Dispatch Master only more lush with an adjustable Decay. Otherworldly reverse delay and dynamic swelling reverb settings are accessible through a 3-way toggle switch. And that's just the beginning...

1. Time: This controls the delay time and goes from 0ms to just under 2000ms.

2. Repeats: Controls the regeneration of the delay, from zero repeats to near infinite.

3. Tone: Controls the tone for the delay line only. Roll off highs to the left, roll off lows to the right and get a flat response in the middle.

4. Mix: The is the volume control for the delay line. This blends in the wet with dry until 1 o'clock, 1 o'clock to 3 o'clock boosts the wet signal over the dry and 3 o'clock up brings down dry until it is fully wet when all the way up.

5. Expression Jack Assign Switch: Use this switch to map the expression jack to one of the assigned controls.

Decay: Controls the reverb decay length

R Mix: Controls the reverb mix

Time: This takes over for the delay time control and is DRASTICALLY different than the interface control. Using the expression pedal to control the time will give you all kinds of wild effects that can not be achieved by turning the knob.

Repeats: Controls the delay repeats

D Mix: Controls the delay mix

Toggle: This takes over for the toggle switch and will cross fade from forward delay in heel down position to reverse delay in toe down position.

6. Ratio Selector Switch: Selects delay subdivisions when time is set by the "Tap" switch.

1/1: Quarter Note

3/4: Dotted 8th

2/3: Quarter Note Triplet

1/2: 8th Note

1/3: 8th Note Triplet

1/4: 16th Note

7. Decay: Controls the decay length of the reverb, short decay counterclockwise, long cavernous decay clockwise.

8. Toggle Switch (Mode Selector)

Normal: This is the standard delay and reverb mode

Reverse: This is reverse delay mode with standard reverb

Swell: This is the volume swell mode

9. Mix: This is the volume control for the reverb. Blends in the wet with dry until 1 O'clock, 1 O'clock to 3 O'clock boosts the wet signal over the dry and 3 O'clock up brings down dry until it is fully wet when all the way up.

The expression jack is located on the west side of the pedal. It is a TRS jack with the tip acting as the wiper.

Using a Moog expression pedal, with the output adjustment knob all the way up, is recommended. Any other expression pedal is not guaranteed to work with the Avalanche Run.

This device features Flexi-Switchr Technology! This relay-based, true bypass switching style allows you to simultaneously use momentary and latching style switching.

For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass.

For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you'd like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.

Since the switching is relay based, it requires power to pass signal.

For best results, please use the included 9v center-negative 1-amp DC power supply.

Dimensions: 4.65 x 4.15 x 2.25 in. (118 x 105 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 410 mA
Input Impedance: 1 MO
Output Impedance: 100 O
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Earth Quaker Devices Disaster Transport SR Advanced Modulated Delay & Reverb Machine Pedal
Notes: The Disaster Transport SR is a dual delay with reverb and modulation. It was designed from the ground up to create an intense wash of lo-fi swirling tape styled echo. While it may look intimidating at first glance, it's actually pretty easy to navigate. The top row of controls are for delay A and the bottom row of controls are for delay B. Delay A is a 600ms delay with modulation and delay B is a 300ms delay with reverb. Both delays can be run separately, in parallel, in series or in series/parallel. To take it one step further, there are also expression controls for the repeats on delay A as well as bleeding delay A into delay B. The switching was designed so each delay can be used individually or in tandem with both true bypass or trails.

In addition to being used as a straight delay, straight reverb, rhythmic delay, modulated delay and old school tape-style echo, the Disaster Transport SR can also be used to create a wide variety of wild sounds ranging from warped records, clanging flange, smooth chorus, echoed out squalls and various other-worldly effects that will blow your mind, man. If you are a fan of old school tape delay and crazy lo-fi sounds, you will get hours of enjoyment every time you plug into the Disaster Transport SR.

The controls for delay A and B are separated by row. The top row is for delay A and the bottom row is for delay B.

Time: Controls the delay time from about 30ms up to 600ms.

Repeats: Controls how many regenerations of the signal there are. This ranges from one single repeat through an endless wash into self oscillation. This can also be controlled via an expression pedal. The Moog EP-2 is recommended.

Mix: Level control for the wet signal. Unity is around center, anything above is boosted. Boosting this works great when using a distorted signal. Please keep in mind this is a gain control, a bit of hiss is normal when it's above unity.

Depth: Controls the intensity of the modulation, from no modulation to all out seasick pitch bends.

Rate: Controls the rate of the modulation. The LED for delay A flashes in time with the modulation to visually show where the rate is set.

Bleed: This feeds delay A into delay B, post reverb (see block diagram for visual explanation). Use this control for series or series/parallel operation to create rhythmic repeats, extra long delay time or an all out echo wash. This can also be controlled via an expression pedal. The Moog EP-2 is recommended. When using the bleed, experiment with the repeat controls on each delay line. Try using them in different settings, both together and individually, for different timing and textures.

Delay B Controls
Reverb: Controls the amount of reverb added to the input of delay B.

Mix: Level control for the wet signal. Unity is around center, anything above is boosted. Boosting this works great when using a distorted signal. Please keep in mind this is a gain control, a bit of hiss is normal when it's above unity.

Repeats: Controls how many regenerations of the signal there are. This ranges from one single repeat through an endless wash into self oscillation.

Time: Controls the delay time from about 30ms up to 300ms.

The switches for both delays switch the inputs only. The outputs are always connected. This allows you to have trails by always leaving the bypass switch engaged or to use the bypass switch as the master on/off for true bypass. Additionally, you can feed delay A in to delay B with the bleed control without having delay B switched on for a cleaner rhythmic delay.

Tech Specs:

This device takes a standard 9 volt DC power supply with a 2.1mm negative center barrel. We always recommend pedal-specific, transformer-isolated wall-wart power supplies or multiple isolated-output supplies. Pedals will make extra noise if there is ripple or unclean power. Switching-type power supplies, daisy chains and non-pedal specific power supplies do not filter dirty power as well and let through unwanted noise. DO NOT RUN AT HIGHER VOLTAGES!

Dimensions: 4.75 x 5.65 x 2.25 in. (121 x 144 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 107 mA
Input Impedance: 500 kO
Output Impedance: <1 kO
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Earth Quaker Devices Pyramids Stereo Flanging Device Pedal
Notes: Pyramids is a Stereo Flanging Device with five presets, eight flanger modes, tap tempo, tap subdivision, a multifunction Modify control, positive and negative Feedback, and a variable Mix control, which is something you don't see on a flanger every day.

Built upon the same proprietary DSP architecture as the Avalanche Run™, Pyramids delivers convincing jet-engine roar, authentic through-zero tape-style warble, infinite barber pole sweeps, flexible I/O routing, and the ability to re-trigger the LFO cycle via footswitch opens up a fourth dimension of rhythmic possibilities that's sure to tickle your third ear.

Controls:
1. Manual: Controls the delay time of the modulated signal. Manual can also be controlled via expression pedal.

2. Rate: Controls the speed of the LFO as well as the rise time in Trigger Up mode and fall time in Trigger Down mode. The Rate control has three ranges of operation: Slow, Normal and Fast. These modes are selected by the Rate & Tap toggle switch.

3. Width: Controls the frequency range of the LFO sweep. You might also think of it as a depth control for the LFO.

4. Mix: This is the volume control for the modulated signal. The modulated signal gets louder when you turn it clockwise and quieter when you turn it counterclockwise.

5. Activate Footswitch: The activate switch features our Flexi-Switch technology! This relay-based true-bypass switch allows for momentary or latching operation.

6. Feedback: Regeneration control for the modulated signal.

7. Rate & Tap Toggle Switch: Normal (center position) is 1:1. The tempo you tap in is the tempo Pyramids will spit out. When set to Slow (left position), the tempo you tap is divided for a slower sweep. When set to Fast (right position), the tempo you tap is multiplied and delivers a faster sweep.

8. Modify: The behavior of this control depends upon which mode you're using:

Classic: Tone control for the modulated signal. Clockwise cuts the low end and allows the high frequencies to pass through. Counterclockwise cuts the high end and allows bass frequencies to pass through.

Through-Zero: Delay time for the unmodulated dry signal. This controls where in the LFO cycle the through-zero point occurs, which is where you'll hear the most drastic cancellation.

Barber Pole Up: Tone control for the modulated signal. Clockwise from center is a high pass filter. Counterclockwise from center is a low pass filter.

Barber Pole Down: Tone control for the modulated signal. Clockwise from center is a high pass filter. Counterclockwise from center is a low pass filter.

Trigger Up: Sensitivity control for the sweep. This controls how quickly the re-triggering reacts to your pick attack.

Trigger Down: Sensitivity control for the sweep. This controls how quickly the re-triggering reacts to your pick attack.

Step: Adjusts the glide between steps. Low Modify settings produce sharp, stair-stepped transitions between steps. Higher Modify settings introduce a smoother glissando effect.

Random: Adjusts the glide between steps. Low Modify settings produce sharp, stair-stepped transitions between steps. Higher Modify settings introduce a smoother glissando effect.

9. Tap / Trigger Footswitch: In Classic, Through-Zero, Barber Pole Up, Barber Pole Down, Step, and Random modes, this footswitch is a tap tempo control. In Trigger Up and Trigger Down modes, this footswitch triggers the effect whenever it is pressed.

10. Presets Rotary Switch: Selects between Live mode and one of five presets. Pyramids comes with our favorites programmed in, but you're allowed to re-write them if you want. We don't mind.

11. Mode Rotary Switch: Selects between Pyramids' eight flanger modes

Tech Specs:
Flexi-Switchr Technology
This device features Flexi-Switchr Technology! This relay-based, true bypass switching style allows you to simultaneously use momentary and latching style switching.

For standard latching operation, tap the footswitch once to activate the effect and then tap again to bypass.

For momentary operation, hold the footswitch down for as long as you'd like to use the effect. Once you release the switch the effect will be bypassed.

Since the switching is relay based, it requires power to pass signal.

For best results, please use the included 9v center-negative 1-amp DC power supply.

To use with multiple output transformer-balanced isolated pedal-specific power supplies, Pyramids' may be powered from two outlets combined using a current-doubling cable. DO NOT USE A VOLTAGE-DOUBLING CABLE BECAUSE THAT WILL SEND 18V TO PYRAMIDS AND FRY IT LIKE AN OVEREASY EGG AT A GREAZY SPOON DINER.

Dimensions: 4.65 x 4.15 x 2.25 in. (118 x 105 x 57 mm) with knobs
Current Draw: 460 mA
Input Impedance: 1 MO
Output Impedance: 100 O
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