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Oberheim OB-1
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  Analog Monophonic Synthesizer   1 400.00 U.S.Dollars

This small analog monophonic synthesizer strongly influenced the sound of pop music of the 1980s. The main feature that explains the popularity of OB-1 - the ability to save settings in one of eight presets. All functional blocks are built on discrete...

Oberheim Matrix-6
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  Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer   950.00 U.S.Dollars

The successor of Matrix series, however, has a feature that strongly distinguishes Matrix-6 from its predecessors: the synthesizer's voices use digitally controlled oscillators (DCO). To build the voices Oberhiem used a specialized chip CEM3396 which...

Oberheim Two Voice Pro
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  Analog Semi-modular Synthesizer   3 495.00 U.S.Dollars

Two Voice Pro is a revived model of Oberheim’s Two Voice synthesizer (released in 1975). The architecture of the instrument is based on Oberheim’s famous SEM designs with their unique oscillators and filters which became the basis of Tom’s instruments...

Oberheim 2 Voice Pro
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  Analog Duophonic Synthesizer   3 495.00 U.S.Dollars

2 Voice Pro is the favorite creature of Tom Oberheim. It almost completely replicates the set of functions introduced in the model released in 1975. "Almost" means that the synthesizer received some additional functions to the set of the original ones....

Oberheim Matrix 12
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  Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer   4 500.00 U.S.Dollars

Matrix 12 is a programmable analog polyphonic synthesizer with the functionality of the modular system. It represents two Xpander modules combined into one housing with a five-octave dynamic keyboard. The control panel is identical to Xpander one, with a...

Oberheim OB-SX
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  Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer   2 500.00 U.S.Dollars

OB-SX is the cheaper and lighter version of OB-X. Just like its "big brother" it was based on a modular system and was produced with two, four or six voice cards. But the cards are not interchangeable/not compatible with OB-X. Each voice card has: Two...

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  Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer   6 000.00 U.S.Dollars

Combined into one housing, eight SEM modules feature sixteen voltage-controlled oscillators (eight voices per each of the two VCOs), eight controlled filters, eight controlled amplifiers with ADS generators that can be configured individually. All...

Oberheim 4 Voice
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  Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer   4 000.00 U.S.Dollars

4 Voice is a semi-modular analog polyphonic synthesizer, assembled and based on the four SEM modules. Thus, the synthesizer incorporated eight voltage-controlled oscillators (VCO), two per voice, four controlled filters, four VCA and ADS envelope...

Oberheim 2 Voice
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  Analog Duophonic Synthesizer   3 000.00 U.S.Dollars

Keeping track of the success of his first synthesizer and willing to create a new product, Tom Oberheim simply combined two SEM modules with a keyboard and a basic sequencer putting them into one housing. This made it possible to get a duophonic...

Oberheim OB-12
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  VA Synth   900.00 U.S.Dollars

Black (well, gray at least) page in the history of Oberheim. This synthesizer is difficult to associate with Oberheim, for which there are a number of reasons: First, Tom Oberheim did not take any part in the development of this product. Second, this is...