AMS Neve 1073 DPA, Two Legendary Mic Preamps in One Single Rackspace. This stereo unit is the perfect solution for studios looking to bring the legendary Neve 1073 sound.
A superb addition to the Neve outboard range, providing two of our world-famous Class A Neve 1073 microphone preamplifiers in a single rackspace. The 1073 is the mic preamp of choice for numerous leading producers and artists, delivering the unique Neve sound featured on some of the most famous recordings of the past 40 years.
The big, punchy sound of the 1073 compliments any musical genre, from rock to pop, hip-hop to rap, thrash to classical. Its lush sound with classic Neve signature makes it the consummate mic pre for recording vocals, guitars, and acoustic instruments of all descriptions. With the 1073DPA, the highly sought-after 1073 mic amp sound is now available in a cost-effective 1U stereo rackmount solution, without the additional EQ found on the classic 1073 unit.
The 1073DPA provides the legendary sound of Neve in a remarkably simple format. Two rear-panel Mic inputs and Line inputs feed dual Class A gain stages, with adjustable Gain control and selectable 48V available on the Mic inputs. Class A analogue outputs in XLR format are also found on the rear panel, controlled via adjustable front-panel ±10dB Trim controls. This stereo unit is the perfect solution for studios looking to bring in the very essence of the legendary Neve 1073 sound.
Two legendary 1073 microphone preamps in a convenient 1U rackmount design
Hand-crafted and hand-wired by Neve in Burnley, UK
Dedicated input Gain controls and output Trim controls on both channels
+48V Phantom Power and Phase Reverse switch
High quality Input Selector switch
Neve designed transformers for inimitable Neve sound
Input Impedance: Mic - switchable: 300 or 1200 OhmsLine - 20K Ohms
Frequency Response: 60dB gain into 600 Ohms (20Hz to 20kHz); +/-0.5dB60dB gain into 600 Ohms (10Hz to 40kHz); -3dB
EIN: Mic 60dB gain <-125dB (22Hz to 22kHz bandwidth)
THD + Noise: +20dBu into 600 Ohms <0.07% (50Hz to 10kHz) - 80kHz bandwidth