The Eventide DDL-500 features 10 seconds of mono delay at a 192 kHz sample rate, and boasts a design that limits the amount of digital circuitry to a minimum. Soft saturation clipping, low pass filter, feedback, insert loop, relay bypass, and +20 dB boost are all analog.
Delay time can be varied manually or by connecting an LFO to the remote input allowing short delays to be used for comb filter and flanging effects. The DDL-500 is also capable of extremely long delays (up to 160 seconds at a 16 kHz sample rate) allowing long passages to be captured for looping.
From short delays for double tracking, to long delays, to creating swept delay and tape echo class effects, the DDL-500 brings it all in a single 500 series slot.
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- Sample Rate: 12 to 192 kHz
- Resolution: 24-bit
- Delay: Minimum delay: 0.11 milliseconds
- Maximum delay: 10 seconds @ 192 kHz, 160 seconds @ 12 kHz
- Input: Max 24 dBu, > 18 kΩ impedance
- Output: Max 24 dBu, 50 Ω impedance
- Insert: Insert send: max 10 dBu, 2 kΩ impedance
- Insert return: max 20 dBu, 50 kΩ impedance
- Power: +16 V 200 mA, -16 V 100 mA