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K5350 • Spring Reverb Guitar Effects Kit 

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K5350

  • $44.95
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Weight:0.30000Kg

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Overview

(SC April 17) This two spring tank type reverb unit provides reverberation effects for your guitar or other instrument. Adds complexity and depth to your sound to impress the punters. Easy to build and integrate into other projects thanks to its 9-15VAC or 12-15VDC power requirement. Note: spring tank not included.


Important Note For Kit Buyers:
This product is supplied in component form and requires soldering, drilling, and assembly. We recommend users are familiar with at least basic electronic principles and have the ability to solder.



Why buy an Altronics Kit?
Altronics kits are premium do-it-yourself projects designed to be assembled with ease. However, basic electronics knowledge and soldering skills are essential to construct our kits. A difficulty rating is provided to help determine if your ability is sufficient to build the kit project. Please note, once assembly has been commenced we are unable to honor any warranty claims. Please see the full details here.

Specifications

  • Reverb tank type: two spring
  • Anti-microphonic features: spring suspension, plastic mounting bushings
  • Spring tank dimensions: 235 x 87 x 34mm (spring tank not included)
  • Reverb delay times: 23ms, 29ms
  • Reverb decay time: around two seconds
  • Input sensitivity: ~25mV RMS
  • Frequency response (undelayed signal): 20Hz-19kHz (-3dB)
  • Frequency response (reverb signal): 200Hz-3.4kHz (-3dB)
  • Signal-to-noise ratio (undelayed signal): 62dB
  • Signal-to-noise ratio (typical reverb setting): 52dB
  • THD+N (undelayed signal): typically around 0.05% (100mV signal)
  • Controls: level, reverb depth, reverb on/off
  • Power supply: 9-15VAC, 18-30VAC centre tapped or 12-15V DC
  • Quiescent current: typically 30-40mA

*Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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