IBANEZ AD-202 Multimode analog delay. One of the last analog devices on the market before the "digital flood". It is a rack mountable delay / flanger / chorus processor with very nice analog sound and some cool real time modulation features. Despite of its analogue circuitry the noise ratio is very low and the sound is very clean. The Mode Selector allows instant switching of delay time into chorus, flanging, doubling and discrete echo ranges. Delay time may be continuously varied within each delay range and may be automatically modulated for sweeping effects. The Regen control adjusts the intensity of short delay effects and the number of repeats of discrete echo. The Blend control sets the ratio of dry to delay signal. Input mixing allows the use of two mics or instrument and mic. The tone control lets the adjust the tonality of the delayed signal while leaving the dry signal unaffected. Two outputs provide dry and wet signal for further enhancement of the sound. LEDs indicate essential function and show the optimum input level. The Input/Output terminals are unfortunately only on the front panel.

Input impedance MIC 5K ohms (Unbalanced)
INST 100K ohms (Unbalanced)

Input sensitivity MIC -50 dBm to -30 dBm
INST -30 dBm to -10 dBm

Output impedance <1K ohms

Output level (MAX) 0 dBm

Delay Time Range/Freq. Response
(-3 dB,+2 dB)
Delay 60 - 400 ms/ 30 Hz - 2 KHz
Doubling 12 - 75 ms/ 30 Hz - 7 KHz
Stereo Chorus 3.2 - 8 ms/ 70 Hz - 7 KHz
Flanger 2.6 - 12 ms/ 30 Hz - 7 KHz

Equivalent input noise DRY -100 dBm (IHF-A)
DELAY -85 dBm (IHF-A)

Power requirements 117 VAC, 60 Hz, 6.6 W
220 - 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 8.0 W

Dimensions 482(w) x 98(h) x 232 (d) mm

Weight 3.6 kg, 8 lbs