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Re: 2880 footswitch

i have bought one, will take a couple of weeks to ship overseas to me, when i get it i´ll try to make it available to the diy community. i feel that the way ehx has focused the issue is really annoying. while they may see a perfect solution with microcontrollers, maybe some would have prefered an option that didn't raise the price in 140 euros (the cheapest in europe).

i´m really annoyed when companies are so intrusive and just allow for their own products!!!

sorry if i´ve made any mistake, i´m not english :P

see you all.

On 6/25/07, Charles Zwicky <cazwicky@earthlink.net> wrote:
While the original 16 second delay used a  simple
resistive divider to send different control
voltages to the control a/d in the unit, the 2880
uses a microcontroller in the footswitch to send
serial data.

It would be impossible to construct your own
without programming the proper codes into the


>On 6/24/07, Jesús Manzanares <slipi.yo@gmail.com > wrote:
>>i just bought a 2880 and don't want to spend 100¤ on a footswitch which is
>>doing nothing for my sound. IZve been told the fottswitch for 16 sec delay
>>and hog are the same but with different graphics on it. is there any
>>reliable source of an schematic round there that anyone is aware of??
>I have the 16 sec delay footswitch and I took it apart to see how it
>works.  I didn't spend a lot of time on it, but there is more to it
>than just resistors and capacitors.  Probably best to just buy the
>real thing from EHX...