The Behringer 902 Voltage Controlled Amplifier (VCA) gives you an authentic reproduction of the classic Modular 55, 35, and 15 series circuitry. The popular attenuators made famous in the ’70s and used by some of the best pop, rock, and jazz musicians in the world. Thanks to the Behringer System 55, you can now build your very own, unique synthesizer that’s extremely affordable. As well as fitting easily into a standard Eurorack case. This also means you can mix and match specific modules in order to build the custom synthesizer that’s going to complement your music.
When it comes to controls, the 902 module features two signal inputs and two signal outputs. These can be used to amplify two sources, whether audio or control voltage at the same time via a 3.5mm connector. While a rocker switch allows you to toggle between linear and logarithmic response modes. You can also manually set the control voltage with the Fixed Control Voltage knob.
On top of that, control inputs at the bottom of the module can accept control voltage signals from other modules. Allowing you to easily change the amplification level.
Finally, the Behringer 902 VCA module fits easily into a standard Eurorack case. Simply connect the power cables to the power supply, screw in the module using the included screws, and you’re good to go. Allowing you to mix your 902 with other synth modules for a truly unique setup.
Above all, whether you’re just getting into modular synths, or you’re looking to complete your collection; the 902 Voltage Controlled an Amplifier is a great tool in the Behringer System 55 range.