AY3

    Twisted Electrons

    The AY-3-8912 is a programmable sound generator (PSG) designed by General Instrument at the end of the 1970s.The AY3 gave voice to the Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Intellivision, AppleII Mockingbird sound card, MSX, Vectrex, ZX Spectrum 128K. Many early 1980s Arcade Games used two AYs; the Gyruss arcade board had five!
    The AY3 eurorack module is the perfect solution to capture this piece of history in your rack with its slick & sturdy all-metal design and intuitive controls. The module can be set to 3 clocking modes: normal, helium (overclocked) and deep (underclocked), pushing the range of frequencies and sounds to the extreme.

    €157.02
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    About Used Items:

    This module is tested by Noise Kitchen and is in full operating condition. 

    All our used modules include screws, plastic spacers, and a ribbon cable. The box that the modules come in may not be original. 

    The used modules that we offer do not qualify for the same return policy as new modules. The modules are sold in the state of wear that they are in, and can only be returned and/or serviced if the fault is genuinely apparent. Cases of returns are treated on an individual basis. 

    18TE001

    Data sheet

    HP
    8
    Category
    Noise
    Oscillator
    Used

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