The Boss DE-200 offered users a very affordable entry into digital delays, even more affordable than the Roland product of that time which was already well priced.
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The Boss DE-200 and it's siblings were an exercise in simplicity, with a front panel that was as clean as it was practical, making it very easy for new comers to get around.
The Boss DE-200 uses analog logarithmic compression and 12 bit quantising system to obtain higher single to noise ratio. It is also provided with three output jacks, two kinds of stereo effects ate selectable.
The Boss DE-200 features a unique function called “Rhythm Sync” that is to start or resume the delay effect by external trigger signal. This enables delay effect finely synchronising with the rhythm machine you use.
Also, by holding the sound you like, the Boss DE-200 can be used as external sound source for the rhythm machine.
Quantization: 12 Bit
Sampling Frequency: Unknown
Frequency Response: 10Hz-10kHz
Dynamic Range: 80dB