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Controls: E.Level, F.Back, D.Time, 8-way Mode Switch
Connectors: INPUT A (mono), INPUT B, OUTPUT A (MONO), OUTPUT B, Tempo/Exp, AC Adaptor (DC 9V)
Current Draw: 55 mA
Weight: 400g / 1lbs (including battery)
Nominal Input Level: -20dBu
Input Impedance: 1MOhm
Nominal Output Level: -20dBu
Output Impedance: 1kOhm
Residual Noise Level: -90dBu (IHF-A, typ)
Recommended Load Impedance: Over 10kOhm
Delay Time: 1ms - 6.4s
Recommended AC Adaptor: PSA Series
The tone of this one shifted only slight in certain modes. Like the analog delay which was modeled off of the Boss DM-2. This function or mode was added to the repertoire of the Boss DD-7. You also get a modulation feature on this pedal. This comes in handy with the use of an external expression pedal. This will add a bunch of depth to your delay repeats. One of my favorite delays that has ever been created.
I prefer this one over the boss DD-6. There are much more features and options with the same great digital delay tone. the tone hasn't really changed and without A/B ing them you cannot tell any difference, even if there was one.
At new these units come in at around $160, which isn't a bad price for a very high quality and functional digital delay pedal. To me it is much more simpler that an Eventide Timefactor or a Diamond pedal. This pedal is small and compact and does a lot for the money.