Mono mic-pre + 3 band EQ. Fixed high frequency and fixed Q + high pass filter.
transformer microphone preamp amp (Class A design)
3 EQ bands
Hand-built and hand-wired to original 1970s design
Neve designed hand-wound transformers
Both inputs are transformer balanced and earth free
Microphone Input: Gain +80db to +20dB in 5dB steps.
Line Input: Input impedance 10k ohms, gain +20dB to -10dB in 5dB steps.
Output: Maximum output is >+26dBu into 600Ω.
Output is transformer balanced and earth free
Distortion: Not more than 0.07% from 50Hz to 10kHz at +20dBu output
(80kHz bandwidth) into 600Ω.
Freq Response: ±0.5dB 20Hz to 20kHz, -3dB at 40kHz. EQ Out.
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