In this video from YouTuber MrFireChild, we get a thorough sound demo of the new Behringer POLY D that was introduced earlier this week.
From the video’s description:
Another reincarnation of the most classic synths of all, The Minimoog Model D! Now Behringer is taking it to the next level with 4VCOs and a poly mode to play chords in similar style of another classic, the Korg Mono/Poly! Built in analog BBD-Chorus as well.
Contrary to the original Moog Model D from which the POLY D is cloned, this synthesizer packs in four, full-analog oscillators for 4 note polyphony, as well as a chorus effect inspired by Roland’s Juno 60, a distortion effect, an arpeggiator and a sequencer.
There is currently no pricing or release date information known about the POLY D at this time, but if it’s like the many other Behringer clones announced recently, we can expect it to be priced in the $300-600 range.