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Intellijel Pedal I/O 1U System


#1

Have some fun patching your modular through your favorite stompboxes!

Technical ​Specifications
Pedal I/O​ ​IN​ ​jack:
● Input level = 0 dBV nominal, +17 dBV max
●Input impedance = 60 KΩ
● Gain = -30 dB to -20 dB
● RF filter protected
Pedal​ ​I/O​ ​Jack​ ​SEND​ ​(or​ ​7U​ ​Case​ ​Adapter​ ​OUT):
● Output level = -20 dBV to -30 dbV nominal based on Send Level
● Output impedance = 12 KΩ to simulate the impedance of magnetic guitar pickup
Pedal I/O​ ​Jack​ ​RETURN​ ​(or​ ​7U​ ​Case​ ​Adapter​ ​IN):
● Input level = -20 dBV to -30 dBV nominal based on Return Level
● Input impedance = 1 MegΩ
● Return Gain = fully off to +30 dB
● RF filter protected
Pedal I/O​ ​MIX​ ​jack:
● Output level = 0 dBV nominal, +17dB max
● Output impedance = 100Ω
● Frequency response is 20Hz to 22KHz
● THD = 0.002% to 0.085% at Vin = 0dBV to +17dBV
(Pedal In to Pedal Out, Mix = effect, Return Level = min, Send Level = max)
THD = 0.04% to 4.0% at Vin = 0dBV to +17dBV
(Pedal In to Pedal Out, Mix = effect, Return Level = max, Send Level = max)

all the specs are at the end of the manual


#2

Would you recommend to use the pedal i/o system also as a direct output?


#3

It can be used for that, yes.


#4

Is it possible to use it as vocal microphone input ??


#5

If your mic doesn’t need phantom power then it should work, yes


#6

I understand pedals usually require/have unbalanced ins and outs. But can I use the Pedal I/O module for hardware effects with balanced ins and outs, too? At the moment, trying just that gives me all kinds of noises.

Thank you!


#7

You can use it for balanced line level but you will have one legged signals (i.e. -6dB)

Should be no problems with noise.