Behringer TD-3-MO

  • Extended version of the TD-3 with numerous new functions
  • Controls for soft attack, normal and accent decay, filter tracking, slide time and filter FM
  • Switchable sub-oscillator
  • Accent sweep and sweep speed switchable in 3 steps
  • Muffler (VCA soft clipping) switchable in 2 steps
  • Manual Accent button
  • Filter cutoff controllable via MIDI controller
  • Fully analogue signal path consisting of VCO, VCF and VCA
  • VCO switchable between sawtooth and square waveforms
  • 4-Pole low-pass filter with resonance
  • VCF envelope intensity and envelope decay adjustable
  • Accent and overdrive adjustable
  • 16-Step sequencer with 250 pattern memory locations
  • Poly-chaining of up to 16 units possible
  • Audio input for sound processing of external sources: 3.5 mm jack
  • Filter FM and filter CV inputs: 3.5 mm jack
  • Inputs for Accent, Slide, Sync and CV/Gate: 3.5 mm jack
  • Outputs for Accent, Filter and CV/Gate: 3.5 mm jack
  • Stereo headphone output: 3.5 mm jack
  • Line output: 6.3 mm jack
  • USB MIDI and MIDI in/out
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 56 x 305 x 165 mm
  • Weight: 0.8 kg
  • Colour: Yellow
  • Incl. 9 V DC power supply unit
  • Matching cover: art. 490239 (not included)
  • Matching case: art. 492958 (not included)
  • Matching bag: art. 493544 (not included)
Available since February 2022
Item number 516310
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Design Desktop
Polyphony 1
Sound Generation Analogue
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out/Thru
Storage Medium Internal
USB-port Yes
Effects Yes
Arpeggiator Yes
Number of Analog Outputs 1
Digital Output No
Display No
Optional Expansions None
Special Features Stepsequencer
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41 Reviews

What a surprise!
Senth-Sensation 07.07.2022
I have purchased many synthesizers similar to this. Even it’s brother of the TD3.

The build quality of the TD3-MO, It’s very solid I give it an 8 out of 10. The sound is surprisingly both accurate and its own unique sound at the same time.

And as far as the original instrument which inspired TD3-MO, None of them ever really sounded exactly the same. The ones you hear now which are vintage, sounded totally different 40 years ago. I was so grateful to receive one of these at a great price. I feel very fortunate as they have been back ordered for sometime.

This is a very capable Synthesizer, it can make more than squelching squeaking sounds. However if that’s what you are looking for, this does it to perfection. Personally I do not give out praise unless the product is justified and have earned my kind words.

This product is justified.

*congratulations on your purchase, enjoy make & some good music.


Beast of a synth
lstf 15.03.2022
Despite sharing part of its name with the TD-3, this thing is its own animal. Way more control over the tone, made me laugh when I tried it out because I'm used to a standard 303.

Excellent service from Thomann as well.


Great sound, layout takes getting used to
Flounderguts 07.10.2022
Full disclosure, I have several 303-type Aira TB-03, a homemade X0XB0X, a darkstar rackmount, and a eurorack X0XHeart.
The TD-3 MO is lots of fun, but I'm still getting used to the Behringer style sequencer. It's not quite as hands on as my X0XB0X (which has some heavy mods) but it is far more predictable when tweaking. I like how light the TD is, and I find a bit of velcro is all I need to stick it in a weird place, so it makes it into more of my "away" jams. For the price, it's a solid piece of kit, as long as you aren't a purist about the 303 sound (and why would you be?) I'm still learning how to get it to play nice with some of my gear (sometimes fiddling with the PPQ helps) but mostly I use it as a triggerable secondary bassline...almost a bit of lead sound, as it's very playable. Fun times.


How much???
808Ba$$boy 10.03.2022
One of the better sounding Behringer Clones.

It is not 100% Devilfish more like 95% Devilfish. I can live with that. If you need 99.9% to fool everyone in your YouTube comparison shootout, then head on down to Google and look for 303 mods.

The only thing I wish they improved was the sequencer. It would have been possible without sacrificing the form and button locations. This has been achieved on the MKI Bassbot and a few other 303 clones.
WHY Behringer WHY???
Yes, it can make you creative using the cumbersome OG sequencer, however in 2022 it would have been so refreshing to add a more modern easy to use sequencer instead of blinking LEDs.


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