AI006 - Stomp Box Adapter PCB & Panel | AI Synthesis

The AI006 Eurorack Stomp box Adapter is an updated take on a classic utility circuit that converts the higher signal levels of a modular system to be converted to the lower level signals that most stomp boxes are designed for.


This is for a PCB/Panel in the Eurorack format.

Availability: In stock

$19.99



Details

Details

The AI006 Eurorack Stomp box Adapter is an updated take on a classic utility circuit that converts the higher signal levels of a modular system to be converted to the lower level signals that most stomp boxes are designed for.

The AI006 stomp box adapter solves two problems. From the Synth input to the “FX”out, the signal is reduced by a factor of 20 to match the signal levels expected by most stomp boxes. From the “FX” input to the Output, the signal is increased by a factor of 20. Passive attenuators are present on both the send and return in case the input or output levels are too great.

This diy stomp box adapter kit will not only familiarize yourself with IC Chips, Capacitors, and Resistors, it will also add a key utility module to your DIY Modular Synthesizer.

This is an ideal kit for a beginner learning DIY electronics, and requires no wiring at all! All parts are soldered directly to the PCB for ease of building and can be built in under an hour.

We recommend this kit as the second module you build. It is easy, and can be built in a single sitting. If it works, you are ready to build other modules.

The Eurorack Kit Contains everything you need to build your DIY Analog Synth Module:

  • High Quality 3.5 mm Jacks
  • A PCB
  • A Eurorack Panel
  • High quality Potentiometers
  • All components required to build the AI006 Eurorack Stomp Box Adapter.
  • Mounting screws
  • Power Cable

Specs & Downloads

Specs & Downloads

Manufacturer AI Synthesis
HP 2
Depth No
+12V No
-12V No
+5V No
Additional Resources Build Guide + BOM

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