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Radiotron
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LF: RETICON SAD1024A test circuit

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Anyone know of a good/simple test circuit for the RETICON SAD1024A?

I kinda lucked into a bunch of them a while back, but no ways of testing if they actually work okay :hmm:

I actually have a few pedals running these things but they're all dead and not particularly practical (they're the tape delay based things with stackable chips etc)

Thanks!
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Re: LF: RETICON SAD1024A test circuit

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I dont know of one off the top of my head. If it were me I might just build a delay circuit of some sort and test them on that.
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Thanks Tony!
Initially I was on the lookout for a broken MXR delay or similar, but to no avail

I'll see if there's any diy circuits with these things out there, my heads just not up to making something from scratch anymore
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Re: LF: RETICON SAD1024A test circuit

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That's what I always thought of the Electro Harmonix Polychorus. Reticon reps showing off what their new sad1024 could do at a trade show. "For your chorus needs!" "Listen to it flange!" "Is there an echo in here?"
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