Warm Audio ‘Out-Behringers’ Behringer, Introduces Moogerfooger Knockoff You Can Actually Buy Now

Looks like Warm Audio is on a mission to ‘out-Behringer’ Behringer, introducing the ‘Ringerbringer’ Ring Modulator, a knockoff of the Moog Moogerfooger MF-102 Ring Modulator.

About a year ago, Behringer introduced an entire line of Moogerfooger knockoffs, but the company has yet to ship any of them. But, Warm Audio’s RingerBringer is already available.

Warm Audio says that the RingerBringer “delivers true-to-spec performance of the boutique, analog original.”


  • 100% Analog Ring Modulation Pedal With LFO, MOD, Frequency & RATE Controls
  • “Premium Components” Including LM13700M & TL072ACDR Op-Amps + Hand-Selected Transistors (DMMT3906W & MMBT3904) For True-To-Spec Performance
  • LFO Controls: Amount, Rate, & Sine/Square Wave Switch
  • Modulation Controls: Mix, Frequency, & Lo/Hi Switch
  • Universal Drive Control + LED Indicators For Level, LFO, & Bypass
  • CV Inputs: Rate | Amount | Mix | Frequency
  • 1/4″ Input Jacks: Audio In | Audio Out | LFO Out | Carrier IN/Out
  • Output Impedance: 600 Ohms | Buffered Bypass
  • 9-Volt Battery or /External 9V Regulated (center-negative) DC adapter
  • Nominal Current Draw: 100 mA (9V)
  • Custom Black Panel Enclosure With Retro Faux-Wood Sides
  • Dimensions: 6.5” x 5.25” x 3” | Product Weight: 1.90 lbs


The Warm Audio RingerBringer is available now for $219 from Amazon.


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