TripFire: Trigger/Gate Delay And Comparator
Gozinta

Getting Amp'd

The Gozinta is an input module capable of
amplifying line level signals to Eurorack levels. The
2 independent channels have nominal 24dB gain
and include front panel attenuators. Ultra-modern
amplifier ICs give this module excellent
performance characteristics. Clip LEDs show
when output levels are about to clip.

The module can also be used as a utility amplifier
for situations where processing has produced low
levels, such as when using a filter for percussion.
Also the module has good sharp clipping
characteristics and produces interesting distortion
effects.

There are gain setting jumpers for each channel to
configure gain to 12, 24, or 36dB. The amplifiers
are AC-coupled and are jumper selectable to DC
operation on each channel.

The Gozinta uses high performance LM4562
amplifiers which have excellent noise and
distortion specs. One of the best amplifiers
available today. The Gozinta also boasts sealed
pots and enclosed jacks. No scratchy controls!

Examples:
  • Boosting levels of external equipment such
    as MP3 players, CD players, computer
    sound card outputs, and rack gear like
    reverb units
  • Make-up amplifier for signals that are low
    from processing or from patch issues like
    low VCA output
  • When using a signal as a gate or clock but
    the level is too low
  • Produces a clean distortion sound when
    overloaded

This 4HP module has a maximum 20mA current
draw.