Launched in 1970, the original Neve 1073 module is perhaps the world's most famous and desirable microphone preamp and EQ for recording vocals and instruments of all types. The first choice of countless leading producers and artists, the 1073 delivers the unique Neve sound featured on many of the most famous recordings of the past 40 years. The big, punchy sound of the 1073 classic complements any musical genre - from rock to pop, hip hop to rap, thrash to classical. And now the EQ section of that classic unit is available for your Lunchbox.
Crafted in England by Neve engineers, the 1073LBEQ mono EQ module retains the unique sonic characteristics of the original 1073 classic EQ by using the same EQ circuit architecture and matching components. And it delivers it in a modern and portable form-factor that professional producers and engineers demand. With new features like a signal presence LED and Neve’s clever Audio Processing Insert design, the 1073LBEQ takes your Lunchbox to the next level. Simply install into an empty slot in your compatible 500 Series rack, connect your line level signals and inject the legendary Neve EQ sound into your audio creations.
And it's the perfect pairing for the incredible Neve 1073LB microphone preamp module. The 1073LBEQ module can be inserted between the input and output stages of the 1073LB module, creating a true 1073 classic audio path. Revolutionary.
Neve 1073LBEQ Main Features:
|Short Description||The Neve 1073LBEQ provides the classic Neve 1073 EQ sound in a 500-series module, using the same EQ design as the classic Neve 1073 module.|
|Demo in Store||Yes|
|Valve / Solid State||Solid State|
|High Pass Filter||18dB per octave slope. Switchable between 50Hz, 80Hz, 160Hz or 300Hz|
|Low Pass Filter||No|
|High Frequency Range||±16dB of fixed frequency shelving at 12kHz|
|Mid Frequency Range||±18dB of peaking, fixed Q with selectable centre. Frequencies: 0.36kHz, 0.7kHz, 1.6kHz, 3.2kHz, 4.8kHz or 7.2kHz|
|Low Frequency Range||±16dB shelving with selectable frequencies: 35Hz, 60Hz, 110Hz or 220Hz|
|Channel Count||Single Channel|