BAE Audio unveils new 1073 family member in 500 Series format, the 73EQL

    The 73EQL shares the same circuitry as its famed relative, the 1073 EQ

    BAE Audio claim to have it all figured out when it comes to recreating vintage gear, aiming to keep faithful to original design specs. Thus, the 73EQL, a 500 series EQ, is born, sharing the quality workmanship and circuitry as the classic 1073 lineup. Using the same Carnhill/St Ives transformers, inductors and Elma switches as its 19” rack relative, BAE Audio say “the 73EQL delivers highly musical and authentic tone-shaping capability”.

    Featuring a 3-band EQ section and highpass filter controls, the 73EQL is compact, and strives for classic 1073 colouring in recording, mixing, mastering and on-location applications. With the extended control across all three frequency bands, the 73EQL allows users to shape nuances of sound sources.

    The 73EQL is available now at a price of $950. Find out more at baeaudio.com

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