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Golden Age Project 1073-Style 1-Channel Mic Pre/DI

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SKU: # 444657
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Your Price: $339.00 CDN



The Golden Age Project PRE-73 Jr is little brother to the popular PRE-73. It uses the same discrete (no IC's) signal path with a transformer balanced in- and output. This classic and musical sound character comes at an even more affordable price point with all the essential features needed for making great sounding recordings. The smaller format makes it possible to mount four units in a 19-inch rack kit, the UNITE MKII.


- Vintage Style class-A electronics. No intergrated circuits are used.
- GAIN switch range 20 - 70 dB.
- Switchable phantom power and absolute phase.
- A high-impedance instrument input for any sound module, electric guitar or bass.
- A simple signal LED indicator.
- The output level control makes it possible to make fine gain adjustments and also to overload the main gain stage for more character and then lower the signal to a suitable level before the output stage.
- Combo XLR/TRS input jack and separate output XLR and TRS jacks for flexible connections.
- Insert jack for inserting EQ's and other units.
- The circuit board is prepared for the Carnhill input transformer.
- External power supply to avoid interaction with the audio circuits and transformers.
- A solid build quality that will last many years of normal use.

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Closest StoreNorth Bay, Ontario
I gave it a medium rating for features because there's not a whole lot of "features" but it has everything needed to sound awesome. I've used them on kicks and snares, as well as acoustics and vocals with a wide range of mics, and direct...they sound amazing on it all.
Posted by Ben Long on Sep 10, 2017
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