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The Flip AD-X uses a Panasonic MN3101 multi-tap BBD for the echoes; this is a short delay chip (the specs I've seen say 150-200ms max) which was typically used in analogue reverb units in the 70s and 80s. Apparently, this pedal was only officially available in Japan, and is now discontinued.
This pedal is full of quirks, so I'll start by running through the features.
Like most delay pedals, it has the usual 'Delay Time', 'Repeat' (feedback) and 'Level' (effect volume) controls, but in addition, it has 'Input' (gain for the tube section) and a Mode switch; 'Mode I' being a single delay line, 'Mode II' a double tap delay line.
There is a single input and dual outputs; unconventionally, when using both outputs, Output 1 (which carries the effect signal) is only active when the pedal is engaged - Output 2 carries the direct sound
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