DOD 585 Analog Delay

Founded in the mid seventies by David Orestes DiFrancesco and John Johnson in Salt Lake City, Utah, DOD developed stopmboxes. The first series had traditional mechanical switches but in the 1981 with the Performer Series thay begun to use FET switching that they still use today. It had a board similar to the AD-80 with a Panasonic MN3005 + MN3101 and it works with +18V.

Pictures: Board - Back board - Front - Switch - Cables 1 - Cables 2 - Schem




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