At the 2010 AES Conference, Rupert Neve Designs, LLC is launching the new Portico 5024 Quad Mic Amp.
Based around custom transformers and class-A topologies, the 5024 combines four channels of preamplification, independent Silk controls, two channels of DI inputs, and an M-S decoder.
In addition to 72 dB of gain, the 5024's mic pres include individually selectable phase, mute, phantom power, a selectable frequency high-pass filter, and the Silk circuit, which "yields the rich warmth and presence of the renowned classic designs," according to RND. Channels 1 and 2 of the 5024 feature a high-Z input designed for instrument level sources. Channels 3 and 4 feature an M-S switch, which enables Mid-Side decoding without the use of multiple console channels.
For further information on Rupert Neve Designs visit www.rupertneve.com.
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