The Lexicon MPX 100 "Delay, Echo" programs allow you to select either "Delays" or "Echoes", by which they mean either digitally clean or warmed-up (filtered, I assume) repeats. Of course it's not true analog, but I find it to be very effective. Also, at about $220 you get lots, lots more than delays.... David Myers >On Sun, 12 Jul 1998, eric potter wrote: > >> >Hmm I don't know of *any* analog dealy that has stereo out. They >> >> Actually the crusty old ARION analog delay I mentioned has stereo outs. >snip! >> Fuller for such a product, but he's turned off by analog's 300ms max >> delay. Or how about a longer digital delay that decays down to like 2 >> bits or something, crappifying the sound, sorta like the EH 16 second > >The DOD FX96 (echo FX) has a max delay time of 800MS. FWIW the controls >are four knobs: dry/wet mix, delay time, regeration, and tape quialty >which is basically a lowpass filter. this does not operate as any analog >delay I've used before and the tape quality knob seems to affect the >regeration quit a bit as well so you need to practice with it a bit to >get the effect you are looking for. A freind of mine with an echoplex >swears this can mimic the sound perfectly except that the 800MS is much >shorter than any standard tape loop. > >I think the problem is analog echos don't allow long decay times whereas >digital echos sound s bit too clean for most people's tastes. While not >perfect I'd say the FX96 might do the trick but strongly advise anyone to >try it first to see if it's what you want.