The Belton/Accutronics digital reverb bricks are basically a little circuit contained in an enclosed module with pins that solder to your circuit board. Belton has a patent on this circuit, which uses 3 PT2399 echo processors to deliver a digital reverb which sounds pretty realistic. This is model BTDR-2H which means it's designed to mount horizontally (parallel) to the circuit board. They have a vertical one as well which looks the same but has straight, not bent. pins.
Be aware also that this is the Medium Decay variant of this model. Much like real spring reverbs, this model comes in a short, medium and long decay, which is not adjustable. We bought these for kits which called on a medium brick, but that circuit was revised to take a long brick, so we're making them available to you. If they sell well, we may start carrying them permanently.
These are typically powered by a 5v regulator 3-pin IC, which is also available in our shop.
|Belton BTDR-2 Reverb Unit |
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