The name says it all . First introduced by Neve in 1970 it has been reproduced by many others since then, most notably BAE Audio and AMS-Neve.
We are proud to introduce what, to our knowledge, is the most historically accurate reproduction ever made.
Using the same exact components, specificat..
First launched in 1974, the original 2264A Compressor/Limiter was a worthy successor of the 2254, with shorter recovery times and more precise controls. However a far more transparent class A/B amplifier stage was used instead of the much beloved class A one. By today standards, something was lost i..
The 2264JR is a 2 slot 500 series Compressor and Microphone Preamplifier.
Its compression features , key components and schematics are the same found on the Heritage Audio classic 2264E compressor.A fully featured 60dB 1073 mic preamplifier has been implemented when compression is not needed. Phant..
In March 1970 the first 1073 module was launched and became the standard in 80 series consoles. The 1066 was gradually replaced in newly shipped consoles and finally disappeared. The 1073 featured almost the same identical circuitry, being the most relevant differences the hi frequency shelving ( 12..
Following his successful big brother, the 1073/500, the new 73JR is a mic preamp in a single 500 series slot with some added features that will cover all the recording needs for engineers and musicians that don´t find the need to track with eq.
Employing only discrete circuitry and conventional c..
The 73EQ JR is a fully featured Line Input module for the 500 Series.
It not only shares the 3-band Equalizer with his big brother, the 1073, but also shares the same transformer coupled line preamp and Class A transformer balanced output stage.
These facts make the 73EQ JR unique on its class..
When launched in 1972, the 1081 became the most flexible equalizer ever in a mixing console. Its 4 band equalizer allowed sculpting the sound in such a unique way, mainly due to the fact that both mid bands covered almost the whole audio spectrum in 20 steps. Unfortunately, a class A/B output stage ..
Heritage Audio is pleased to announce the latest addition to their growing lineup of products, the BT-500 streaming module. This new product is Heritage´s entry into the Internet of Things and anticipates a whole new, additional line of products to the already acclaimed analog classics.
No other ..
The Heritage Audio DMA73 is a true dual 1073 style mic preamp in a 1 rack unit format. It has some added key features that will cover all the recording needs for engineers and musicians that don´t find the need to track with eq.Employing only discrete circuitry and conventional components, the DMA73..
Standing for DUAL TABLETOP 73, this is in essence reformatted version of the DMA73.They bring a new flavor to the Heritage Audio line of outboard gear, widening the range of application to On Stage use, portable systems, hotel rooms, On Location recordings, etc.
Now musicians are able to give 1073-..
Our Frame 8 rack is handmade in the EU employing the same exact ISEP mechanical components used in the Series 80 consoles. Aluminium rails, guides, etc. This will ensure your vintage modules, as well as any of the currently made, will fit like a glove.
Every channel has its own output control as we..
- Made to the same specifications as the acclaimed ´73JR and DMA73 models.
- Industry standard Carnhill transformers hand wound in St Ives, England.
- 80dB, 3 stage fully discrete class A mic preamp.
- Line input on separate XLR for adding fat and warmth to prerecorded tracks.
- 20dB PA..