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Vermona PH-16 Sixteen Stage Analog Phaser

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  • Gain
    controls the input level of the effect. At higher gain settings a lot of effects can go into overdrive or distortion.
  • Phaser 1
    sets the position of the effect when the LFO is in the center position or controls the effect when the LFO is switched off
  • Resonance 1
    sets the amount of effected signal fed back into the effect (for a stronger effect)
  • Mode
    Toggles between six possible work modes of the phasers
  • Resonance 2
    sets the amount of effected signal fed back into the effect (for a stronger effect)
  • Phaser 2
    sets the position of the effect when the LFO is in the center position or controls the effect when the LFO is switched off
  • LFO Speed
    controls the speed/rate of the LFO wave that controls the effect
  • LFO Intensity
    controls the depth/amplitude of the modulation (the size of the range in which the effect sweeps).
  • LFO Destination
    Toggles between four possible destinations for the LFO
  • CV/EF Intensity
    controls the depth/amplitude of the modulation (the size of the range in which the effect sweeps).
  • CV/EF Destination
    Toggles between six possible destinations or the CV/EF
  • Mix
    controls the mix of dry/wet signal

Sockets

  • Input
    1/4" jack with high impedence(1m ohms)
  • Phaser1
    Input jack (10k ohms), mono
  • Phaser2
    Input jack (10k ohms), stereo
  • AC 12V
    For connecting the included AC power supply
  • CV In/Pedal
    For connecting the CV source or pedal
  • Footswitch
    For connecting a double footswitch

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Vermona

The PH-16 is an extremely versatile, true analog mono/stereo phaser with a variable number of stages and excellent sound quality.

By virtue of its flexible structure, the PH-16 stands out audibly from many other analog phasers.

Inside the PH-16 there are two individual phasers that can work together in serial or parallel modes. Therefore, you can use the PH-16 as a true stereo phaser, using four, six or eight stages, or as a mono phaser with eight, twelve or sixteen (!) stages. By varying the number of stages, a phaser's sound character changes, so the PH-16 is a very dynamic effect unit offering many possibilities.

The phaser circuits are constructed with handmade and hand-selected VERMONA optocouplers. Thus, it is virtually noiseless and allows refinement of high-level signals without undesirable distortion.

The integrated LFO brings fluid motion into play. It can modulate the pase shifts of both phaser units in four different ways. For a secondary modulation source, we have integrated the CV / EF section. This allows you to modulate the PH-16 with either external control voltages, such as those from modular systems and synthesizers, or you can use the internal envelope follower, which converts the volume contour of the input signal into a control voltage. Alongside being able to modulate the phase shifts, the CV / EF section can also influence the LFO speed and intensity.

As with all our products, the PH-16 sets the standard with its quality and accessible user interface.

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