LEHLE MONO VOLUME

€209.00 *

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Order number: 1023

Delivery time 17 Workdays

The Lehle Mono Volume is a volume pedal equipped with a precise magnetic sensor enabling it to... more
Voltage Internally Doubled to 18V
To exploit the dynamics of tube amplifiers to the full, the input voltage of Lehle products bearing this symbol is rectified from the power supply socket, then filtered, stabilized and doubled to 18V.
Adjustable Gain
Adjustment of volume or distortion using a gain controller is a vital feature in many situations. The gain controllers on the corresponding Lehle products feature black anodized aluminium knobs set back into the housing so that they can be easily fingertip rotated but keep their settings during performances and transportation.
Magnetic Sensor
Potentiometers, which are usually installed in volume pedals, are always exposed to extreme wear and tear, so they deteriorate quickly. In order to keep the mechanical stress and thus the wear of the pedal as low as possible, a magnetic sensor, which uses the "Hall effect“, is installed in the Lehle Mono Volume instead of a potentiometer. In accelerators of modern cars this has long been standard: a magnet is moved, and a stationary Hall sensor measures very precisely the distance. The magnetic sensor is therefore not exposed to mechanical wear, making these solutions work very reliably.
Voltage controlled amplifier
VCAs are voltage controlled amplifiers. These are small electronic amplifiers for audio signals, that use a voltage to control the gain of the amplifier. In our volume pedals we are using these units instead of potentiometers to control the volume. This has several advantages: a much longer life span and stable input and output impedances over the entire control range. We are only using premium Blackmer® VCAs of the THAT corporation.

The Lehle Mono Volume is a volume pedal equipped with a precise magnetic sensor enabling it to operate almost wear-free. This sensor uses the Hall effect, named after Edwin Hall, to measure the strength of magnetic fields. In the Lehle Mono Volume the Hall sensor, which is made in Germany, is accurately calibrated to the built-in magnet and the control range of the pedal. The pedal moves only the magnet, the distance is measured by the Hall sensor which controls a VCA.
A premium Blackmer® VCA (= Voltage Controlled Amplifier) from the United States replaces here in this case the mechanical potentiometer. The principle of the voltage-controlled amplifier is based on the fact that gain can be varied by the control voltage coming from the Hall sensor. This technique allows to operate more precisely than conventional mechanical potentiometers or optical sensors used by the standard volume pedals. In addition the potentiometer-typical noise and the complicated adjustment are eliminated.
Over the entire control range the Lehle Mono Volume transmits the full sound spectrum of the connected instrument. The input and output impedance always stay the same, ensuring that there will be no damping of higher frequencies as with potentiometers.
Internally, the input voltage coming from the power supply socket of the pedal is rectified, then filtered, stabilized and doubled to 18V, thus achieving a total dynamic range of 110 dB.
The volume control of the Lehle Mono Volume ranges from -92 dB to 0 dB - so from a virtually muted level to the same volume. With a potentiometer a gain up to +10 dB boost can be additionally adjusted.
The Lehle Mono Volume runs mechanically extremely smooth and steady, as it is equipped with low-friction bearings of a high-performance polymer, and there is no mechanical transmission of the pedal to other components. By means of an adjusting screw the mobility of the pedal can be modified very precisely.
Furthermore, the Lehle Mono Volume has a buffered direct out which can supply a tuner, DAW or a second amp without affecting the sound.

Q: Can the Lehle Mono Volume also be placed in the amp’s effect loop as a master volume control?
A: Due to the high impedance input and low impedance output it is possible to place the Lehle Mono Volume before the amp or in the amp’s effect loop. The effect loop should be serial or if parallel set to 100% wet.

Q: What’s the difference between the Lehle Mono Volume and the Lehle Mono Volume 90?
A: The Lehle Mono Volume has the connections at the front, while the Lehle Mono Volume 90 has the connections at the side and an additional control for the minimum volume.

Q: What is the effect of an impedance converter?
A: The sound will be freshened up and signal loss through long cable runs will be compensated.

Q: How can I compensate the signal loss on my effects board?
A: By using an impedance converter, which provides a high impedance input socket for the instrument signal and a low impedance output signal that is more resistent against loss.

Gitarre & Bass 2021-12
Joris Henke
Expressive
The best thing about Lehle's Volume Pedal was not only the high signal fidelity of the active circuit, but also the extreme accurate and absolute wear-free operation thanks to magnetic-sensor technology.
Grand Gtrs 2017-07
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Christoph Arndt
Quiet pedals!
Burkhard Lehle's high-tech pedals are mechanically, electrically and ergonomically by far the best I've ever got in front of my feet.
Bass Quarterly 2017-07
Christoph Arndt
The ultimate answer on the subject of volume control.
The handling is self explaining, functionality absolutely convincing. Haptic and feel are brilliant. Simple changes in volume have never before given me so much mischievous pleasure!
Guitar Player 2016-03
GP Editors
Guitar Player Super NAMM Award Winner 2016
[...] Kudos to our industry for continuing to present exciting and meaningful innovations and thoughtful craftsmanship.
Bonedo 2016-02
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Michael Behm
Volume Pedal for Sound Gourmets
The Mono Volume is another harmonious, absolutely sophisticated product made by Lehle. […] The quality of the output signal also leaves nothing to be desired.
Soundcheck 2015-12
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Gerrit Hoss
Lossless loud
Rating: virtually indestructible. The smooth, continuous control path without noticeable resistance is impressive. In practice, the subtle difference to conventional volume pedals becomes obvious. No frequency losses or volume jumps are identifiable. Conclusion: ... in terms of signal fidelity far superior to competing products ...
Guitar.de 2015-12
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Jürgen Richter
Brilliant Preserver
The behavior in the signal path is gorgeous! Anyone who has ever had to deal with a passive pedal will find the Lehle Mono Volume a revelation. The Lehle Mono Volume is designed uncompromisingly to work cleanly, unobtrusively and distortion-free. It is flexible like no other pedal.
Gitarre & Bass 2015-11
Dirk Groll
Mono Volume
In the listening test, the high-quality Lehle-pedal proves its impeccable function, with a useful control range, creamy-precise motion, sound-neutral transmission and exquisite noise behavior. All of this, of course, without scratchy noise, and for all time.
Music n Stuff 08-2015
Jan Hoffmann
Only a volume pedal? No way!
Although at first glance it looks like a simple - and very elegantly designed - volume pedal, it quickly turns out that the LEHLE Mono volume is much more than that. So, you might spend some extra money buying it, but then you get a perfect performance, over the years and in every situation.

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