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Golden Age Project EQ-573

Parametric EQ from Golden Age Project .

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After de Pre-573, Golden Age Project introduces a new 500 Series processor with the EQ-573 three band equalizer.

The class-A circuit used in the EQ-573 is similar to the eq section in the classical 1073 module. Additional frequencies have been added to the mid and high frequency sections. The signal path uses only discrete components like resistors, capacitors, inductors and transistors

The EQ-573 has stepped frequency controls that offers a wide selection of frequencies from 33 Hz to 20 kHz. Each section can be switched off individually. There is also a master bypass switch for easy comparisons.

The low and high frequency bands are shelving and the mid frequency band is of the bell type. The control range is +/-15 dB for the two lower bands and +/- 18dB for the high frequency band. The high pass filter is of the inductor type with a slope of 18 dB / octave.

The EQ-573 cannot be used as a standalone EQ. It is designed to be used together with the Golden Age Project PRE-573 that has an insert connector. 

Specifications:

  • Vintage Style electronics. No integrated circuits in the signal path
  • 3-band with a dual inductor based mid frequency band
  • Inductor based high pass filter
  • Stepped frequency selection
  • Control range up to +/- 18 dB
  • A wide selection of frequencies from 33 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Each section has can be switched off individually
  • Master Bypass switch
  • Tantalum capacitors in the signal path
  • Designed to be used together with the Golden Age Project PRE-573

Price: $269.99

More information on goldenagemusic.mamutweb.com.

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