Superbooth 2016: AJH Synth Sonic SV Diode Filter and Ring SM

US Two new modules from AJH with a lot of history behind them      02/04/16
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The AJH Synth MiniMod series has been well received over the past 18 months, we personally thought they sounded great. This is obviously down to Alan's meticulous detail with the history of the circuits.

These two new modules also have that meticulous historical aspect.

The SV Diode Filter is based on the Musonics Sonic V filter circuit and the Ring SM module is a 1960s design that is built around a discrete transistor circuit.

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