Vintech X81 Preamp/EQ

Rudolph, Barry
November 2002
Mix;Nov2002, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p106
Presents the X81 channel module from Vintech Audio. Combination of a single-channel microphone preamp based on the Neve 1073 channel module; Physical and electronic features of the X81 unit; Comparison of the performance between the X81 module and the Neve 1073 module; Ability of the X81 to create a more clear and clean sound; Appeal of the X81's top-boost ability when shelving out at 15 kilohertz.


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