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vin is a two channel voltage controlled amplifier with both parallel and series routing capabilities. Each VCA has a different architecture allowing them to offer unique functionality that both contrasts and compliments one another.

The top VCA has Input Bias and Input Attenuverter controls over its
four-quadrant multiplication capabilities.

The bottom VCA has an amplitude control that also acts as a CV attenuator when control voltage is applied. The bottom VCA also includes a Shape control that morphs between linear and exponential response curves. Each channel can be used independently (in parallel) or can be cascaded (in series), by flipping the Mode switch.

Chain one vin to another (and another, and another!) to add mixing and routing schemes dispersed throughout your entire system.

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£189.00

Description

Size

4HP
Depth: 27mm

Power

+12V: 5mA
–12V: 5mA

Features

  • Dual SPDT switch
  • Momentary or latching control via button/external gate
  • Manual output gate capabilities
  • Audio rate switching
  • Ultra low ON resistance (~30Ω)


Description

We’ve all heard the phrase, “You can never have enough VCAs.”
We know it and we totally get it.
With the Instruō vin, this truly is the case.

vin is a two channel voltage controlled amplifier with both parallel and series routing capabilities. Each VCA has a different architecture allowing them to offer unique functionality that both contrasts and compliments one another.

The top VCA has Input Bias and Input Attenuverter controls over its four-quadrant multiplication capabilities.

The bottom VCA has an amplitude control that also acts as a CV attenuator when control voltage is applied. The bottom VCA also includes a Shape control that morphs between linear and exponential response curves. Each channel can be used independently (in parallel) or can be cascaded (in series), by flipping the Mode switch.

Chain one vin to another (and another, and another!) to add mixing and routing schemes dispersed throughout your entire system.