1984

Roland SDE-1000 Digital Delay

Roland SDE-1000

The Roland SDE-1000 Digital Delay is a high quality digital delay machine with various attractive features including chorus.

  • Wide Frequency Characteristic, Low Harmonic Distortion
    and Low Noise.
  • Long Delay Time (Max. 1125ms)
  • Highly Accurate Delay Time Display (10.1 ms step indication from 0 to 10mB).
  • Memory function retaining up to four different panel settings.
  • Modulation Fool Control and Preset Shift Jacks useful for live performance.
  • Play Mate Jack that enables delay time setting with the Foot Control.
  • The Hold Jack ollows delay sound repetition.
  • Delay Remote Jack that is useful for turning the Delay effect on or off.
  • The Twin Output jacks useful for stereo performance such as Chorus effect.

The Roland SDE-1000 Digital Delay uses a 12bit system with a less than CD sampling rate, which yields a lower frequency response than CD and is part of the reason for the sonic signature of the delayed signal.

Specifications

  • Released: 1984
  • Quantization: Unknown
  • Sampling Frequency: Unknown
  • Frequency Response: 10Hz-17kHz
  • Dynamic Range: 80dB
  • THD: Below 0.08%
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