The No.1 Website for Pro Audio

1082

NEVE 1082
0 Own It
0 Used It
0 Want It
0 Watch It

Description

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The Neve 1082 is a Class A discrete Mic Pre/3 band EQ. The 1082 is a variation of the classic 1084, which in turn is a hot-rodded version of the legendary 1073. It has the additional features of switchable top end (10k, 12k, 16k), Hi-Q on the mid frequencies (allowing it to have two different Q types-narrow or wide) and a Low Pass filter. The 1082's Hi-mid EQ section begins at 360 Hz as opposed to the 1084's 350 Hz starting point.

EQ controls are:
Selectable 10 - 12 - 16 kHz high-shelf
High pass filter at four frequencies: 45 - 70 - 160 - 360 Hz
Low EQ at four frequencies: 35 - 60 - 110 - 220 Hz
Hi-mid EQ at six frequencies: 360 - 700 Hz - 1.6 - 3.2 - 4.8 - 7.2 kHz
Low pass filter at four frequencies 8 - 10 - 14 - 18 kHz
Separate mic and line inputs
Mic input attenuation from -20 to -80 dB in 5 dB increments
Line input attenuation from +10 to -20 dB in 5 dB increments
Hi/Lo impedance switch on rear of unit.
Phase reverse
EQ bypass

Unit will be recapped, with all pots, switches and card connector edges cleaned and any faulty components repaired. per module. Our servicing is regarded as the best in the industry worldwide!

Stereo matching is available. VK Racks are expertly crafted, coming with 48v, output attenuation pots, XLR I/Os, internal and selectable 110v/220v PSU.


HISTORY
Formed in 1961 by Mr. Rupert Neve, the Neve Electronics company was focused from the beginning on designing and building the highest quality professional audio components. After moving to a new factory in Melbourn, England Neve created three of its most iconic products: the 2254 compressor limiter in 1968, the 1073 Mic pre/EQ in 1970, and the 1081 Mic pre/EQ in 1973.

Aimed at the broadcast market, these units were found in numerous custom-built Neve consoles of the day. And because so much of their work was customized, there are many variants on the basic 2254 compressor and 1073 limiter/pre, including different form factors, cosmetics and components.

Using Class A discrete, transistor designs, meticulously hand-wired and built to last, Neve became the world standard for excellence in broadcast and recording studio consoles. From the small-format BCM10 and Melbourn mixers, to the large-format 80xx Series, these consoles continue to be treasured today, while standalone modules from them can be found in the racks of the best studios all over the world.

Discussions

Connecting 3 Tascam FW1082s to Cubase via MIDI

...and PT 11 -- Steinberg MR816CSX interface connected through one of the two TI Firewire card ports -- Two of the FW1082s are fully functional; the third's firewire capability apparently is non-functional; otherwise it is fully functional. -- MIDI connection: M-Audio Anniversary 4X4, connecting to computer via USB After installing the Tascam drivers and rebooting, I...

View Post

Neve 1073DPX vs BAE 1073 vs Aurora GTQ2

...for vocals. I have had them all and the ltd1 is still in my rack along with a neve 1082. The Bae just has a little less highs and a little more low mids compared to both the neve and Ltd. Because of this, to some people it comes across smooth and...

View Post

Interview with Phill Brown

...for Talk Talk/Mark Hollis vocals,what preamps and if any, outboard were in the chain? - paul jan NEVE 1082 We checked out loads of mic's while recording Spirit of Eden - U47, U67, Coles, ended up using a (relatively modern) Neumann U89. Through Neve 1082, no eq, Fairchild. On Mark Hollis solo album its the same...

View Post

Reviews

Nobody has reviewed this product yet. Have an opinion?