BX is an optional expander for the New Systems Instruments Babel, which gives you 7 more inputs for Babel. If that’s not enough, the expanders are chainable, so for a serious frenzy, you could get 17 inputs, 24 inputs, 31 inputs, etc…
Babel is a tool for creating massive intermodulation, and a workhorse for analog logic, depending on your use and interpretation of its function. It provides three inputs, which can be arbitrarily increased with the chainable BX expander. For each of those inputs, Babel outputs the maximum value (ANY), the minimum value (ALL), and the balanced middle value (XSOME), which follows along the center values of the input waves. What CENTER means is adjustable via knob and CV control.
BX EXPANDER SPECS:
- Output Swing: −10V–+10V peak
- Input Range: −10V–+10V peak
- Input Impedance: 30kΩ
- Output Impedance: 150Ω
- Output Drive: 2kΩ (min), 20kΩ+ (ideal)
Please note: this module requires the main New Systems Instruments Babel in order to function.
Power: 0mA @ +12V / 0mA @ -12V