InfraDeep PVX-800 desktop synth features two VCOs with five wave types 28/10/19
InfraDeep says that the PVX-800 is a duophonic compact analog synthesizer, designed to effortlessly integrate into any performance and computer-based music solution. They tell us that it has an analog sound engine that uses original circuit design ideas from the USSR’s Polyvox (sic) analog synthesizer.
Two VCOs with five types of waves — Sinusoidal, Triangle, Shark, Saw and Square waves with PWM.
Two ADSR envelope generators
LFO with eight type of waves (square wave has midi sync)
True classical analogue sound engine
MIDI-DIN in/thru plug
Analogue CV control inputs
Audio input for processing external audio signal through filter and VCA section
Built-in Delay module
Arpeggiator function with sync from midi
VCF Cutoff assignable control from midi, velocity or aftertouch
Audio output: 6.3 mm mono jack, unbalanced
Power: 16 — 24V DC any polarity 600mA or more
Weight: 3.64lbs (1.65kg)
Dimensions: 12,95” x 5,31” x 2,87” (325 x 135 x 73 mm)