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BAE 1023

Klasse-A forforsterker og 4 bånds equaliser i Neve-tradisjon.

BAE 1023
Varenr.: 102999
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kr 38 895 inkl. mva. kr 31 116 eks. mva.
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The 1023 is completely handwired using Carnhill (St. Ives) transformers. It has the exact same mic/line preamp as the 1073, but with significantly more frequencies in the mid and hi sections. Aside from simply offering more frequency settings to play with, these expanded eq sections also allow you to play the mid bell curve directly against the high and low shelves where they overlap. This capability opens the tone shaping possibilities in very interesting and musical ways.

The BAE 1023 Rack is based on the famous 1073. It is totally handwired using the same Carnhill (St. Ives) transformers as the vintage modules. It has the exact same mic/line preamp as the 1073, but with significantly more frequencies in the mid and hi sections - providing great flexibility when tracking and mixing, especially when the modules are used as outboard EQ's.

The BAE 1023 Rack is identical to the 1073 except that it has quite a few more choices in the mid and high EQ frequency bands. This certainly provides great flexibility when tracking and mixing, especially when the modules are used as outboard EQ's with the line input set at 0. So let's talk about what makes the 1073 so amazing.

The 1073 preamp yields a really fat sound. It seems to add subharmonics to the low end which makes the bottom end sound huge. It smooths the top end which gives the highs a silky sheen and compresses the transients a little bit. It is a smooth, fat., larger than life sound. An added bonus is to use the DI inputs to fatten samples, synths and mixes since the DI can handle line levels.

Brent Averill 1023 Mic Pre/Eq Features :

  • Made from an authentic reproduction of a Neve 1073 module
  • St. Ives - Carnhill transformers just like the vintage units
    (vintage modules used either Marinair or St. Ives transformers)
  • Rack space
  • Direct input 1/4" jack on the front panel
  • Switchable phase in/out
  • Phantom power on/off switch on the front panel
     

Selectable frequency points :

    * Mid: 160Hz, 270, 360, 510, 700, 1K6, 3K2, 4K8, 7K2, 8K2, 10K.
    * Hi: 10K, 12K, 16K, 20K, 24K.

About the EQ Section :
The 1023 equalizer is very broad banded and musical. It has a hi-pass filter with four frequencies- 50 Hz, 80 Hz, 160 Hz and 300 Hz. The low frequency band is shelving and has four frequencies - 35 Hz, 60 Hz, 110 Hz and 220 Hz. The low end of this equalizer is so tight that you can boost 220 Hz and not muddy up the sound. The mid band has eleven frequencies - 160Hz, 270, 360, 510, 700, 1K6, 3K2, 4K8, 7K2, 8K2, 10K. The bandwidth is broad so you can boost or cut a lot without making things sound processed or unnatural. The hi band is shelving and you have the choice of 10K, 12K, 16K, 20K or 24K. It is smooth and silky and a little goes a long way.

  • High Frequency: +/-16dB shelving with selectable frequencies of 10kHz,12kHz, 16kHz, 20kHz and 24kHz
  • Low Frequency: +/-16dB shelving with selectable frequencies of 35Hz, 60Hz, 110Hz & 220Hz.
  • Mid Range: +/-12dB or +/-18dB peaking with switchable selectable centre frequencies of 160Hz, 270Hz, 360Hz, 510Hz, 700Hz, 1.6kHz, 3.2kHz, 4.8kHz, 7.2kHz, 8.2kHz, 10kHz.
  • High Pass Filter: 18dB per octave slope, switchable between 45Hz, 70Hz, 160Hz & 360Hz.
  • EQ Button: Switches the equaliser on or off
  • Phase Button: 180º