Author Topic: Boss dd-6 analog-digital signal mix?  (Read 2642 times)

AM

Boss dd-6 analog-digital signal mix?
« on: July 19, 2007, 09:08:00 AM »
Hi,
I recently got my hands on a Boss dd-6 delay. It was a straight swop for a Guyatone md-3. The guyatone was fine but with the dd-6 I can have more versatility without having to have more than one delays on my pedalboard. I like to keep it simple (three pedals only).
Anyway, I am trying to find a bit more about how the dd-6 works.
I was just reading about the Boss dd-3 delay. Supposedly, on the dd-3 the input signal splits in two. The dry signal follows an analog path while the wet signal is the one which has been converted to digital and back to analog and then mixed back with the dry signal before going to the output.
To my understanding, that means that when the pedal is bypassed the signal is just buffered but there is no ADA conversion occuring.

I was wondering if anybody knows whether that applies also to the Boss dd-6 delay. Any info anybody?
Thanks for reading my post,
Anastasio

AM

Re: Boss dd-6 analog-digital signal mix?
« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2007, 02:47:23 PM »
No one??? :icon_cry: