Behringer - DD600 Digital Delay  [schematic]

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Behringer - DD600 Digital Delay  [schematic]

Postby modman » 27 Aug 2014, 06:35

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Re: Behringer - DD600 Digital Delay

Postby collingtech » 08 May 2015, 17:19

do you have the firmware for the atmega ? , can you copy the thing?
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Re: Behringer - DD600 Digital Delay

Postby soulsonic » 08 May 2015, 20:59

collingtech wrote:do you have the firmware for the atmega ? , can you copy the thing?

Why would you want to steal Behringer's programming? These boxes are only $50 new... :?
The main usefulness of this schematic is to repair a broken one or to help with modifying the analog section. Why would you even consider building a clone? :|
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Re: Behringer - DD600 Digital Delay

Postby collingtech » 17 May 2015, 00:46

im triiyng to design a sound on sound delay eefect and have a few dsp around here , just want to give a shoot on this thing :0) , absolutly not going to clone behringer ever
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Re: Behringer - DD600 Digital Delay

Postby Andy2No » 15 May 2017, 01:46

A bit late with this (as usual) but the Atmega16 chip is just being used for the knobs and switches. The clever stuff is being done by the DSP chip.

I quite like the idea of making a digital pedal with an Arduino Atmega 2560 or similar, but I think it would have to be more of a bit crusher, if it was all done by the Atmega chip - I don't think it would keep up with processing high quality audio.
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