Dizengoff Audio Type 140 Plate Reverb
The Dizengoff Audio Type 140 Plate Reverb is a modern take on the classic EMT-style plate reverbs of the 1960’s and 1970’s. It features three lush, rich plate reverb settings with user controls. It’s housed on a 500-series compatible card. It functions as a parallel processor. That means you’ll want to mix the Type 140’s output with your original dry signal in your DAW.
Built on a DSP platform, it features three user-selectable plate sizes, separate controls for high and low frequency damping, and a control for time decay. It adds lush, rich tone to your tracks in a way that only outboard gear can do.
Its analog path is designed specifically to add low frequency and low-mid energy, and the output stage is built around a high current analog driver. The specially-designed, hand wound M6 steel transformer has wide bandwidth and excellent low frequency response.
The Type 140 is limited run. Once it’s sold out, it’s gone.
- Max input 0dB FS
- Max output -10dB FS (+6dB)
- Noise -122dBA
- Freq response 15Hz-24kHz
Q. How long does it take to receive my order?
A. It depends on the product. For microphones and 500 cards, the lead time is 2-3 days. For microphone preamps and compressors, the schedule is much longer, typically 4-6 weeks.
Q. How does the scheduling process work for orders?
A. For longer lead time products, we require a 50% deposit in order to schedule your order. Once the order is completed, we will send you an invoice for the remaining amount. Once the final invoice is paid, we will ship your order.
Q. Do you have sound clips available?
A. Yes, we have clips available on the website and Soundcloud.
Q. What if I want something custom?
A. We have the ability to do custom 500 series modules. Let us know what you’re looking for!
Q. Are you working on anything new?