PT2399

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The PT2399 is a delay/echo integrated circuit by Princeton Technologies. Although digital in nature, it is frequently used to emulate the sound of analogue (BBD-based) delay circuits by means of additional filtering. Recently, it has also found use in modulation effects such as the Little Angel and One-chip Chorus, as well as a dual-PT2399 DIY reverb circuit - the Equinox.

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Usage

The PT2399 is powered by a 5V supply, which necessitates the usage of a voltage regulator such as the 78L05 in (mostly 9V) stompbox circuits.

Noise reduction

Locking

Versions

Used in

See also Category:PT2399 circuits

List of integrated circuits
Opamps Single: 741 · LM308 · NE5534 · TL0x1 · Dual: 4558 · LM358 · LF353 · LF442 · NE5532 · OPA2134 · TL0x2 · Quad: TL0x4
OTA Single: CA3080 · CA3094 · Dual: LM13x00
CMOS 4000 4013 · 4046 · 4049 · 4051 · 4052 · 4053 · 4066 · 4069 · 4093 · 40106
Delay BBD: MN3001 · MN3005 · MN3007 · MN3008 · MN3205 · MN3207 · MN3208 · SAD512 · SAD1024 · Digital: PT2399
Power Voltage regulators: 78xx · 79xx · LM317 · LM337 · Charge pumps: ICL7660 · LT1054 · MAX1044
Programmable Atmel AVR MCUs · Microchip PIC MCUs
Misc 555 · LM386 · LM391x
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