Evidently Denmark's T-Rex, who make boutique/expensive stuff in Europe, also make a few pedals exclusively for GC in China, and they're downright reasonable in price. The Emmie Delay is one such pedal, and if memory serves, it goes for $159, which is pretty cheap for an analog style delay.
I say "analog style delay" here for a reason: the thing sounds analog, and is priced to compete with the various analog delays on the market, but T-Rex is coy about exactly what it is; there's no information on the box, in the owner's manual, or on the T-Rex website. So I have no idea. Could be digital for all I know.
But if I can't tell whether this pedal is analog or digital, that is not necessarily a bad thing!
I've had a lot of fine digital delays by TC and Eventide, and analog delays by the usual suspects, and each has its charms. This one's no exception; the sound is clean, clear, and creamy. If you've tried the carbon copy, this is a lot like it, only clearer. And creamier.
Thing is, every delay does something a bit different. But the best thing about this one is that it is quiet. And I mean, really quiet. No hiss. Even in front of a gained-up amp. Even my wonderful Eventide delay hisses when you push the gain on an amp up past around 11:00. Same with my old TC Nova Delay and Nova System.
This doesn't. Which is why I went looking for a simple analog delay in the first place!
Anyway, it's a nice little piece of gear. Sounds very nice with the PRS amps I have. I like it and can recommend it. One last little tidbit: it has a boost function. You can switch the boost in, and dial up how much boost you need with your delay.
The boost is not something I need, so I haven't used it that way yet. Go try one, I guess. I can't answer any questions about that part of it.