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The Classic Dick Swettenham Olympic Studios Design
· All discrete transistor design · Input and output transformers · Wide dynamic range · Extremely musical frequency points · Single-space 500 series rack format Originally designed for the Olympic studios’ console by Dick Swettenham with guidance from engineer Keith Grant, this equalizer is a very useful toolbox. It is the sound of records made at Olympic studios in the 60s and 70s and is now available in a 500 series format package. The A9052 provides extremely musical high and low shelving bands, two mid / low frequency bands of equalization as well as a two position high-pass filter. The equalization points chosen provide instant control over musical timbre. An addition to the original three transistor makeup gain stage is a class-A transistor output stage which will drive the most demanding of loads. Also included is a step-down input transformer and step-up output transformer which provides 6 dB greater headroom than the 500 series voltage rails would normally allow (see the output level spec below). A9052 Specifications Input Impedance: 20KO, balanced Output Impedance: less than 50O Max. Output Level: +32dBu, transformer balanced Gains: Peak 15 dB, Trough -15 dB Frequency Response: +/- 1 dB from 0.15Hz to 25kHz Noise Level: better than 74dB below +4dBu, 0-30kHz A9052 Features: · Peak / trough midrange band · Peak low frequency band · Separate variable high and low shelves · Phase reverse switch · Dual frequency high-pass filter · Hard bypass
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