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LEHLE MONO VOLUME S LEHLE MONO VOLUME S
Voltage Internally Boosted to 30V
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 boosted to 30V.
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.
MIDI interface via USB
By means of the MIDI interface, control information can be exchanged. All LEHLE products with the MIDI symbol are able to be networked with external equipment, in order to control it and/or be controlled.
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.
USB port
LEHLE products with an USB socket can be connected to a computer by means of this port. Updates, current supply and data transfer make a flexible integration in digital systems possible.
LEHLE MONO VOLUME 90 LEHLE MONO VOLUME 90
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.
LEHLE STEREO VOLUME LEHLE STEREO VOLUME
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.
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.
Stereo
Many effects units feature stereo outputs. Or: instruments frequently have two pickup systems, e.g. a combination of conventional magnetic and Piezo types, to emulate an acoustic sound. Lehle accessories are ideal for trouble-free routing of such dual-channel stereo signals. All stereo-capable Lehle products are, of course, also suitable for mono operation.
Balanced Output
Equipped with a standard TRS-socket for balanced output signals if needed.
LEHLE MONO VOLUME LEHLE MONO VOLUME
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.