Both channels have their individual in- and outputs for audio; controls as well as CV inputs with attenauators for setting the delay times. Manually you can set the time from .2mS to 2S. The CV inputs track !V/octave with the attenautors set to maximum. The gain control of channel A is bi-polar.
Pressing the black summin button will cause the A channel to work as the pre-delay for channel B. When Zoom +/- is held together with this button, a DC cut on the inputs is activated.
A slew limiter with exponential curve smoothens abrupt changes of delay time and can imitate the slow running-up or slowing-down of tape delays.
The clock input to teh bottom left allows for synchronizing both channels' delay times. The times remain a fixed multiple of the clock period.
The red button generates a reference square wave with pitch = C4 at both outputs. When patched to input A, the delay transit time calibrates itself for tuned feedback.
With the optional Zoom expander module you can use all potentiometers (i.e. the parameter controls and the CV attenuators) of the mungo modules with coarse, normal or very fine resolution. That is great for fine tuning frequencies or delay times. No matter how many Mungo modules you own, you need just one zoom module.
1 delay time CV input per channel
1 audio input and 1 output per channel
3U Eurorack module, 12HP wide, 36mm deep (50mm with Zoom cable)
current draw: each 25mA @ ±12V and 125mA @ +5V