Further options are provided by the 'phase' switch (which disables the phasing sound and essentially turns the module into a resonant peak filter) and 'sum' switch (which inverts the filtered signal, giving a different flavour of phasing).
Beatrix will self-oscillate at high feedback if desired, though the front panel control is factory-trimmed to stop just short of self-oscillation.
The module is 100% analogue, using discrete transistor OTAs.
The phaser itself sounds great. It has a wide variety of character on offer within its range; from watery, swooshing phase to more of a classic, MXR Phase 90‑style sound.
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- Panel width: 8HP
- Module depth: 37mm
- Current draw: 22mA on the +12V rail, 21mA on the -12V rail
- Frequency (approximately 1V/octave, with attenuator)
- Audio input (with attenuator)
- Audio output
For more detail, please see the user manual.
Pricing & Availablity
MSRP: UK £159 (inc VAT), US $189 (exclusive of sales tax), EU €154.36 (exclusive of VAT)
For purchasing links, please see where to buy.