Echorec Vintage Echo Unit Emulated

Audiority's Echoes T7E has three echo modes and extends the original's delay time      21/11/17

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Audiority tells us that Echoes T7E is a faithful recreation of a vintage tube magnetic echo made in Italy in the early '60s. The Binson Echorec echo effect unit was based on a magnetic spinning drum with both record and playback heads arranged around a recording wire wound around the drum circumference. This solution was said to provide better stability over the tape transport found in its contemporaries with reduced wow and flutter.

Audiority says that they modelled both the mechanics and the electronics. Echoes T7E also provides 3 different playback modes allowing you to set different spinning speed or ever synchronize it to your host tempo extending the original delay length from ~310ms up to ~1100ms.

Echoes T7E Specifications

  • Analog Modeled Vintge Tube Echo
  • 3 Playback Modes: Classic, Varispeed and Sync
  • 4 Playback Heads (equally spaced)
  • EM81 "Magic Eye" Tube Level Indicator
  • 3 Echo Modes: Echo, Repeat and Swell
  • 12 Heads combinations
  • Tone, Error and Volume controls for each head
  • Magnetic Drum Age and Speed settings
  • Internal hum noise (for increased realism and self oscillation)


Pricing and Availability:
On offer at €29.00 (Normally €45.00)

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