In the above graph, the input signal is represented in blue color.This original signal will be amplified by the op-amp until the power supply limits (line represented in purple).
First out of the box was the VP1 Phaser pedal, which can run from a 9V battery or a standard centre‑negative 9V PSU; the battery compartment is accessed by means of a plastic cover in the base.
It works all its magic using a single knob and a two‑way tone switch.
The folded-metal boxes housing all these pedals have a distinctly vintage look, in keeping with the name, that reminds me of the early Electro‑Harmonix pedals.
Sturdy metal jack sockets are used for the inputs and outputs, and there's a standard coaxial socket for external power, although only three of the four units reviewed come with their own power supplies.
It is placed to create a low output impedance, that is good to keep tone integrity in the signal chain.
Behringer keep coming up with affordable toys, and this time they sent us a selection of their 'Vintage' pedals. Be attractive and visible on the Internet with suitable domain names, stable email solutions and reliable hosting features.We also provide secure hosting with SSL, for protecting your business continuity and liability. For more than 17 years in the business, we have been working with domain, email and web hosting giving our customers the very best treatment. The most important aspect when providing Internet services is security.After the voltage gain, the diodes will clip the signal to ±VThe range of the filter is pretty wide, being able to sweep almost all the audio spectrum from 475Hz to 32KHz.The Tone Control combined with all the other filters placed in the pedal will create a mid-hump, to be analyzed in the Frequency Response Section.n.The familiar retro‑style chunky footswitch provides a true hard‑wired bypass, and there's the expected red LED to let you know when the effect is active.