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500 Series EQ

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Chandler Limited's Little Devil Equalizer fits into any 500-series module, putting Chandler's all-discrete circuitry, transformer-balanced designs, and premier hand-made quality into the popular modern format. The Little Devil Equalizer is an English-style console EQ, which uses concepts from famous 1081 and 33115 vintage units. Its features a treble and bass shelf with +/- 18dB, with treble set to 12k and bass selectable between 50 and 110Hz. Hi-mid and lo-mid offer +/-18dB, with 7-selection "Q" switching on each band. There's also a 3-position filter and hardwire bypass onboard the Chandler Limited Little Devil Equalizer.Chandler Limited Little Devil Equalizer Module at a Glance:If you like fat and punchy sounds, you'll love the Little Devil EQYour sonic obsession: Chandler's missionVintage EQ for your 500 Series rackIf you like fat and punchy sounds, you'll love the Little Devil EQChandler Limited's Little Devil 500 Series Equalizer is an ideal go-to EQ for in-your-face snares and fat, punchy kick drums. In fact, it sounds great on everything. It delivers rich-sounding and distinctively vintage-flavored EQ, while giving you the modern control you need to sculpt your sound precisely. Designer Wade Goeke's number one rule is that he would not make anything he wouldn't put in his own rack. We'd add that the Little Devil EQ is definitely a piece you want in your rack.Your sonic obsession: Chandler's missionRecording engineers are always looking for fresh tonal colors and approaches when tracking - it's an obsession. Chandler feeds this addiction with their innovative take on the technologies of the past. They start with painstaking component selection. The Little Devil EQ's parts list reads like a 40-year-old document. Seriously - they just don't build 'em this way anymore. Hand-wired and assembled in the USA, the Little Devil EQ utilizes 100% discrete transistor circuitry and specially wound transformers. Aside from the fact that you'll have this puppy forever, the weapons-grade build quality is a means to an end - the sound. Glorious, fat, supremely musical sound, with amazing headroom. Stock your arsenal with the Chandler Limited Little Devil 500 Series Equalizer.Vintage EQ for your 500 Series rackChandler Limited's collection of EQs, compressors/limiters, and preamplifiers are among the best in the industry. Indeed, Chandler Limited's innovative Germanium Series uses classic, smooth-sounding germanium transistors - like those found on the earliest Neve, EMI, Telefunken, and Fairchild units - to effectively revive that warm vintage sound palette. What's more, in addition to fantastic outboard gear, Chandler offers up classic sounds in plug-in form with their spot-on emulations of the legendary Abbey Road console. When you want a vintage touch brought to your modern recordings, trust Chandler Limited.Chandler Limited Little Devil Equalizer Module Features:English-style console Equalizer moduleTreble and bass shelf +/- 18dBTreble set to 12k, bass selectable between 50Hz and 110HzHi- and Lo-mid +/-18dB, with 7-selection "Q" switchingHi-mid - 8k2, 6k8, 5k6, 5k7, 3k3, 2k7, 1k2Lo-mid - 820, 560, 470, 390, 330, 270, 2203-position filter - 47, 82, and 150HzHardwire bypassRuns on any 500 series rack and Power Supply Unit

1.624 €
36 Instalments 56,07€ / month
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Chandler Limited is the only company in the world authorized to develop, manufacture and market the “Official Equipment” of EMI/Abbey Road Studios. So if you want the rich, warm, punchy sound of the "Curve Bender" EQ used on the Beatles' legendary Abbey Road album and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of The Moon in the convenient 500 Series format, the Chandler Limited TG12345 MKIV equalizer is the way to go. This handmade, fully discrete, single-width module draws its heritage from the channel EQs found on historic EMI TG12345 recording consoles of the late 1960s and early ‘70s. Featuring presence and bass bands with continuous boost/cut and true bypass, the Chandler Limited TG12345 MKIV puts the sweet sound of a legend in your 500 Series rack.Sweet broadband sound shapingAs a 2-band equalizer, the Chandler Limited TG12345 MKIV is not designed for surgical sound sculpting. For broadband sound shaping, however, Sweetwater considers it in a class by itself. Its control set may seem minimalist, yet it offers a reasonable amount of flexibility. The presence band is switchable between eight frequencies and an Out position. The first seven frequencies, from 500Hz to 6.5kHz, are bell curves; the eighth is a shelf at 10kHz. The bass band is shelving, with two frequency options: 90 and 150Hz.The sound of a legendThe groundbreaking sound quality of the EMI TG12345 recording console, dramatically richer and more highly detailed than the tube consoles it replaced, left its mark on legendary albums by the rock royalty of the era, including the Beatles and Pink Floyd, as well as solo outings by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison. Never commercially available, the TG12345 desks were retired from service in 1983. But the legend lives on — in the Chandler Limited TG12345 MKIV.Chandler Limited and their associated logos are registered trademarks of Chandler Limited, Inc. Abbey Road Studios, EMI, TG, REDD and RS and their associated logos are trademarks of EMI (IP) Limited.Chandler Limited TG12345 MKIV 500 Series EQ Features:Inspired by the channel EQs from historic EMI TG12345 consoles of the late '60s and early ‘70s2-band equalizer with presence and bass bands with continuous boost/cutPresence band switchable between eight frequencies and OutPresence bands are bell curves, except the highest (10kHz), which is shelvingBass band is shelving, with two frequency options: 90 and 150HzTrue bypass

1.380 €
36 Instalments 47,64€ / month
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Rupert Neve Designs 551 Inductor EQ; 3-band inductor eq (500 series); low eq: +/- 15db shelf or peak, selectable for 35hz, 60hz, 100hz or 220hz; mid eq: +/- 15db with 6 center frequencies: 200hz, 350hz, 700hz, 1.5khz, 3khz and 6khz; with high; peak switches to amplify the q factor; hishelf: +/- 15db shelf or peak, selectable for 8khz and 16khz; locut: 12db / octave at 80hz; rupert neve custom transformer; Format: API Series 500 Rack

1.187 €
36 Instalments 40,98€ / month
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The Heritage Audio 1084 has been engineered to fill input module slots in the restoration process of vintage 80 Series sound mixing consoles. It is also compatible with the Heritage Audio Frame 8 and Rack 2 powered enclosures. Special care has been taken in sourcing the correct components that ensure performance will be as close to a 1070s unit as it is possible nowadays. Custom polystyrene and film tone capacitors have been developed to closely match the Siemens Styroflex and Mullard Mustard types of the late 60s and early 70s. Custom input transformers have also been co designed with Carnhill Transformers´ Oxford factory to our special requirements. The Heritage Audio 1084 is entirely handmade in our facilities in Spain, employing the same old-fashioned wiring and soldering techniques of the 70s. All its circuitry is held into five plug in cards. Specifications: Microphone input impedance: HI, 1200 Ohm minimum, LO, 300 Ohm minimum. Higher gain positions gradually have greater impedances, optimum for low gain ribbon mics. Input is transformer balanced and floating. Line input impedance: 10KOhms bridging, transformer balanced and floating. Output impedance: Less than 75 Ohms, transformer balanced and floating, to drive a load of 600 Ohms. Maximum output: Greater than +26dBu into 600 Ohms, THD: Less than 0.025% at 1Khz, Less than 0.05% at 100Hz. Frequency response :20Hz (+0.3dB) to 20Khz (-0.2dB). Maximum Gain: Slightly greater than 80dB. Noise: Less than -100dBu. Power consumption: Less than 110 mA @24VDC.

2.765 €
36 Instalments 95,46€ / month
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Few equalizers enjoy the respect and admiration of the coveted API 550A. Designed by the now legendary Saul Walker in the late 60's, the discrete 550A was first used as a modular OEM equalizer. As the industry rapidly embraced the sonic quality of the 550A, it quickly found it's way into many custom console designs by Frank DeMedio and other leading engineers. Many of these consoles are still in use today.Forty years later, the 550A remains the standard against which other EQ's are measured, and it has played a major role in the recording industry for decades. Still copied but never duplicated, the 550A became API's standard channel module EQ when the company began manufacturing consoles in 1971. With virtually all existing units spoken for, popular demand for this EQ resulted in API finally resuming production in 2004.With the long-awaited reissue of this unit, an EQ that has had such a part in the history of recording is continuing to make history in today's music.         FEATURES3 bands of classic API equalization Each band offers 5 API selected frequency centers Reciprocal and repeatable filtering maximum 12 dB of boost/cut per band EQ Band 1 and 3 offer shelf/peak switching "Proportional Q" narrows filter Q at extremes Traditional API fully discrete circuit design High headroom +30 dB clip level

1.398 €
12 Interest Free Instalments 116,50€ / month
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The API 550 EQ played a major part in the history of music recording in the USA during the 60's and 70's. Originally conceived for use in API's consoles, this latest 550 "B" version is a continuation of the original 1967 550 through the 550A with one additional filter band and several new frequencies. Incorporating API's exclusive circuitry and proprietary components (such as the legendary API 2520 op-amp), the 550B artfully blends the past with the present. So many hit records still depend on the unique 550 sound, that the 550B will be an invaluable tool you will turn to again and again. The API 550B—unlike any other you will ever use.Many EQ's today offer a huge assortment of complex features, but the API 550B provides exactly the right number of controls to the professional engineer. Deceptively simple at first glance, the 550B's four EQ bands are overlapped significantly to aid in dual roles as problem solver and sweetening device. Each band offers 7 switchable filter frequencies spanning 4 to 5 octaves, selected through experience by a "who's who" list of the industry's most proficient engineers. This re-issue design has been taken from the original blue prints and spec control drawings from the API archives.Features: 4 bands of our famous sounding equalizationEach band offers 7 API selected frequency centersReciprocal and repeatable filtering12 dB of boost/cut per bandEQ Band 1 and 4 offer shelf/peak switching"Proportional Q" narrows filter Q at extremesTraditional API fully discrete circuit designHigh headroom +30 dB clip levelRe-issue of 1967 API 550 EQ with an extra band

1.468 €
36 Instalments 50,68€ / month
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