$ 1,750.00 

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Excelent condition, works perfectly

Complete with power supply and connecting cable

This is the mic pre-amp version of the 1073 equaliser having the same well-known characteristic Class A sound with its harmonically rich low end, slight resonant highs, and maintained focused mids.
A transformer coupled input, with two selectable impedances makes the 1073MP work well with a variety of microphones.
There is also a line input feature for adding depth to 2-bus mixes and a DI input for all passive and active instruments.
As a coloured and versatile mic-pre, the 1073MP maintains its sonic signature across a wide bandwidth.
    All Class A, transformer-coupled design in a 19" 1U chassis.
    Line level XLR inputs for extra versatility as a line preamp.
    High impedance DI for guitar and synth.
    The same Class A components as the 1073 and 1084.
    Illuminated phase reverse and phantom power push-buttons.
    Input impedance selector switch between 1200 and 300 ohms.
    Same modular design and hand-wiring BAE is known for.
    Regulated linear power supply will run up to four channels.
Frequency Response
10Hz to -3dB at 55kHz
Mic Input Impedance
≈1200/300 ohms
Line Input Impedance
10k ohms
DI Input Impedance
≈150k ohms
Output Impedance
65 ohms
Common Mode Rejection Ratio
100dB min @ 60Hz
Maximum Output Level
+27.4 dBu @ 600Ω
Power Requirements
115/230 VAC, 30W
Gain dB
0 to 71 dB
Equivalent Input Noise
-110 dBu; Unweighted 300kHz Bandwidth
10 LBS/4.54 KG
Dimensions (Inches)
19W x 1.75L x 9D

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