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Random*Source Serge Divide By N Comparator (÷NCOM)

¥45,900 (Tax excluded ¥41,727)
Unique utility of Serge that combines comparator and divider

Format: Eurorack
Width: 10HP
Depth: 40mm
Current: 20mA @ + 12V, 18mA @ -12V, 0mA @ + 5V

To protect the original signal voltage range of Serge, the signal handled by Random * Source Serge is smaller than the standard Eurorack module, which is 5V at Peak to Peak.It is not as small as the line level, but when using it with other companies' products, pass it through a signal booster or attenuator as needed.


Serge NCOM is a utility module that combines a comparator (on the right) and a clock divider (on the left) to process and process one or two inputs.

The comparator is a function that outputs a gate ON when the + input (passes the attenuator and -5V to 5V offset) exceeds the-input. In the clock divider section, the output of the comparator is used as input and the number of divides is set from 1 to 31 to divide. Voltage control is also possible for the number of divides (with attenuator). Step Out is an output in which the output voltage rises by 1V (corresponding to all tones at 1.67V / Oct) each time it receives one input clock, and returns to 1 when the set number of divides is reached.

About Serge
Serge Modular was originally developed as a system with different voltage and size from Eurorack, and now it is also Eurorack like this product, but there are also the following unique rules for jacks and voltage used. There is.
  • The voltage range used is smaller than a regular Eurorack module. In the case of an oscillator, the width of the upper and lower ends of a normal Eurorack is 10V (10Vpp), while that of Serge Euro is 4-6Vpp. The input to the filter is also designed according to the level, so when using with other companies' products, use a signal booster or attenuator as appropriate.
  • In Serge, the expected voltage for each jack is represented by a color.
    Red: Gate
    White: Unipolar (0V or more)
    Black: bipolar (assuming negative voltage as well as 0 V or more)
    In terms of signal speed, any jack will work at audio and CV rates, which is a feature of the Serge system.