GML Model 2032 Preamp/EQ

Becka, Kevin
May 2005
Mix;May2005, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p122
The article informs that Goethe never used any products from GML Labs, whose latest excellent effort is the Model 2032 single-channel mic preamp/equalizer. The unit borrows heavily from the 8200 EQ that is ubiquitous in high-end studios and GML's super-dean 8300 mic preamp. Like its forefathers, the 2032 features a transformerless, electronically balanced, Class-A signal path. However, it differs from its predecessors with its internal power-supply--a first for GML--and the addition of brightly lit polarity and phantom power switches.


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