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Electro Harmonix Brings Back the 16 Second Digital Delay

A classic Electro-Harmonix pedal has returned after numerous requests: the 16 Second Digital Delay. This is not merely a reissue, but a much improved version of the original - so much so that it should actually have a different name...

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July 23, 2004

A classic Electro-Harmonix pedal has returned after numerous requests: the 16 Second Digital Delay. This is not merely a reissue, but a much improved version of the original - so much so that it should actually have a different name.

The new 16 Second Digital Delay can actually handle up to four minutes of audio at 15kHz, whereas the original was limited to 16 seconds (and at a lower sampling rate). Audio is recorded at 16-bit resolution, opposed to 12-bit, and while the original 16 Second Delay was only capable of syncing to the DRM-15 rhythm machine, the reissue can sync up with any MIDI-compatible drum machine. And in addition to the double and half speed playback options of the original, the new 16 Second Digital Delay offers half-tone increments for finer control, and the memory is retained when power is unplugged.

For more information, visit their web site at www.ehx.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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