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  1. Doepfer A-167 Analog Comparator

    Analog comparator that compares two analog voltages with each other and derives a gate signal. Either two external signals can be compared or one external voltage with the internally set value. The module can also be used as a subtractor or a offset generator.

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    Doepfer A-167  Analog Comator
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    € 19% VAT excl. €50.42 € 19% VAT incl. €60.00
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  2. Circuit Abbey - TripFire

    The TripFire Eurorack module by Circuit Abbey is a very handy, compact dual module. The top unit is a comparator for extracting gates from external signals, the bottom unit is a gate- or trigger-delay and thus the module is excellent for creating rhythmical signals, trigger envelopes etc.

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    Circuit Abbey - TripFire
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    € 19% VAT excl. €142.02 € 19% VAT incl. €169.00
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  3. Doepfer A-168-1 PWM module

    The A-168-1 makes it possible to derive a square wave with adjustable pulse width from a LFO- or VCO-waveforms with a rising/falling slope like sine, triangle or sawtooth, for instance to expand VCOs without PWM by this function.
    As the module's core basically is a comparator you can use it to turn almost any positive signal (e.g. envelopes) into gate signals or "digital" signals. It's interesting for useres who require something smaller and simpler than an A-167 comparator.

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    Doepfer A-168-1 PWM module
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    € 19% VAT excl. €42.02 € 19% VAT incl. €50.00
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  4. CG-Products - Add1

    The Add1 contains two identical circuits, which can be employed as adders or comparators. Thanks to high precision and some technical finesse, the module is equally suitable for processing audio material as well as control voltages. – Or a mixture of both. Utilized as adders, each circuit can combine up to three signals with an amplification of 1.0. By sending the same material to several inputs, it is possible to achieve amplification factors of 2.0 or 3.0. In comparator mode, the Add1’s circuits emit +5 V or -5 V, depending on whether the sum of incoming signals is higher or lower than 0 V. The results can be used, for example, as gates respectively triggers or audio pulse waves with variable width.

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    CG-Products - Peak+Hold
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    € 19% VAT excl. €46.22 € 19% VAT incl. €55.00
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