MATRIXSYNTH: Synton 3000 series two-case modular plus

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Synton 3000 series two-case modular plus

via this VEMIA auction

"Rare and large Synton 3000 series modular synthesizer with accesories set. It's an amazing system full of voltage controlled modules, all in perfect condition. This modular is a special system with some rare, unique Synton modules, it was Felix Visser's personal system and expanded recently with more modules... Here is the module list: CASE A: 5x 3021 VCO's (based on CEM 3340) - 2x 3015 MXA (audio/cv mixer) - 1x 3017 VCF (notch filter) - 1x 3224 VCF double Hp + Lp filter - 2x 3010 VCEGR (voltage controlled EG) - 2x 3209 2VCA (dual vca) - 2x 3233 S&H/LFO (sample and hold + lfo) - 1x 3211 PRM/NRG (ring modulator + noise/random generator vlf) - 1x 3236 (functions reset / divider) - 1x 3003 keyboard controller I/O - 1x 3046 inp/inh/out - 1x 3235 ENV/CPR (envelope follower, comparator, trigger delay) - 1x 3016 gain out amplifier - 1x 3001 custom banana to jack multiples. CASE B: 3x 3218 2INV/SLR (dual inverter and slew limiter) - 2x 3223 2LFO (dual vc lfo) - 2x 3015 MXA (audio/cv mixer) - 1x 3242 MMX (dual clock controlled I/O) - 1x 3233 SH&LFO (sample and hold + lfo) - 2x 3004 4ATT (quad attenuator) - 2x 3006 MPL (multiple, 1 input and 4 buffered outputs) - 1x 3044 DMX (4 steps clock controlled switches) - 1x 3025 external input - 1x 3022 binary divider - 1x 3001 custom banana to jack multiples - 1x 3235 ENV/CPR (envelope follower, comparator, trigger delay) 1x 3001 custom quad attenuators - 3008 PSU unit + multiples and keyboard controller. ACCESSORIES: Synton KBM35 keyboard, very nice and unique Touchpad controller, original Series 3000 manual, a lot of coloured banana connectors. One PSU is external (Case A) and the other one integrated into the 3008 PSU module (CaseB) Working voltage: 220 or 240 volts."

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