Lehle Introduces the Dual Expression and P-ISO

The Dual Expression is an active, wear-free expression pedal equipped with a precise magnetic sensor.

Voerde, Germany (February 24, 2021) -- Express yourself, twice with the new LEHLE DUAL EXPRESSION and combine passive isolation with the highest possible signal fidelity with the new LEHLE P-ISO. The delivery of both products has started.

LEHLE DUAL EXPRESSION

USA: MSRP $ 349.- / MAP $ 259.99

EU: MSRP 249.- € / Street 199.00 €

  • Expression Pedal with 2 outputs
  • Controls all common devices with expression inputs
  • Magnetic sensor technology, without mechanical wear
  • Precise control from digital potentiometers
  • MIDI via USB
  • Optimised size and weight

The LEHLE DUAL EXPRESSION is an active, wear-free expression pedal equipped with a precise magnetic sensor.

Known from the LEHLE VOLUME pedals, this sensor uses the Hall effect, named after Edwin Hall, to measure the strength of magnetic fields.

In the LEHLE DUAL EXPRESSION the Hall sensor is accurately calibrated to the built-in magnet and the control range of the pedal – where the pedal moves only the magnet, whose distance is measured by the Hall sensor.

Two digital potentiometers, working with analogue voltages, are used for the precise and reliable generation of the expression data.

This technology allows distinctly more accurate operation than is offered by conventional expression pedals with mechanical potentiometers. There is no mechanical wear, avoiding the need for maintenance or complicated adjustments.

Both outputs can control nearly all common devices with expression inputs from 5k to 100k, regardless if TS, TRS or RTS – the polarity can be switched and stored using the soft-push buttons.

LEHLE P-ISO

USA: MSRP $ 169.- / MAP $ 129,99

EU: MSRP 129.- € / Street 99.00 €

  • Isolator and DI box
  • Absolutely no signal loss or hum
  • High-impedance LEHLE TRANSFORMER HZ
  • Suitable for balanced or unbalanced signals
  • Passive – no need for a power supply

The LEHLE P-ISO combines passive isolation with the highest possible signal fidelity. Its applications range from isolation and eliminating hum, to balancing and reamplification along with any signal routing that requires a clean signal free from noise.

At its core is the high-end LEHLE TRANSFORMER HZ, which galvanically isolates the signal, eliminating any possibility of ground loops. The LEHLE TRANSFORMER HZ was specially designed for use with high-impedance signals but also processes low-impedance signals with uncompromising sound quality.

The classic application for the LEHLE P-ISO is as a hum suppressor. Frequently background noise caused by ground loops occurs when two electronic devices are connected to each other.

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