MST ’07 Buffered Multiple

Synthrotek is pleased to offer a complete line of eurorack synthesizer modules, power, cases and accessories in both complete units kits and panels & pcbs. We now offer a very complete analog modular monophonic voice with many accompanying utility modules. This new complete voice is the product of a collaboration with synth guru George Mattson, who now joins us in releasing our new MST (Mattson – Synthrotek) line of premium modules. The ’07 Buffered Multiple Module is the original buffered mult. designed and invented by George Mattson in 2007.

MST-07_BUFF_MULT_NEW

The MST ‘07 Buffered Multiple is a PRECISION buffered mult that is perfect for for 1V/O CV sources. A signal plugged into Input 1 will be available from all 14 outputs. Break the chain by adding a second signal into input 2; signal 1 comes out 4 outputs and signal 2 is available at the remaining 10. Plug in as many as 4 inputs, each split 3 or 4 times. What you put in you GET OUT!

Features:

4 Channels

Channels 1 and 2 are 1 to 4

Channels 3 and 4 are 1 to 3

Cascaded inputs: CH 1—>CH 2—>CH 3—>CH 4

Specifications:

Current draw: V+ max 23.3mA, V- max 23.1mA

Depth: 1.5 inches

Width: 8HP

2 Comments

  1. Stefan Kraft says:

    Hi, I would like to use this module with a Digisound 80 modular which operates on +15/-15V. Would the buffered multiple work on that voltage, too or would I have to lower the supply voltage to +12/-12 V?

    Many thanks,

    -Stefan

  2. Steve Harmon says:

    Hey Stefan,
    The 07 Buff Mult can run on +15v/-15v. With something like a mult or mixer, it wont make much of a different between power supplies. With many other MST modules, you can run +/-15v but it will alter the functionality of the module. For example, the LFO will take longer to rise and fall because it has 30 volts of distance to travel rather than 24 volts. This will result in slower LFO rates.
    But with the 07 buff mult, it should work no problem!
    -Zach

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