New BAE B15 EQ in 500 format
BAE announces the availability of a new EQ module in API 500 format inspired by the classic 312 circuit, the B15.
The new BAE B15 uses a fully discrete circuit with Jensen transformer on the input and output as well as Avedis 1122 opamps.
The EQ features 3 frequency bands, each with a choice of 5 frequencies and you can enable a Shelf option for the high and low frequencies. The B15 also includes a continuously variable +16 dB boost and cut knob.
The BAE B15 is available for the price of $1,000. Visit baeaudio.com for full details.
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