With custom Carnhill transformers, 80 dB of sweet gain, and that musical 3-band inductor EQ, this is Warm Audio's homage to the Holy Grail '73 mic preamp.
What's your go-to compressor? Inspired by the classic LA-2A, the Warm WA-2A sits on your signal with a Kenetek T4B opto-attenuator and Cinemag transformers.
Warm worked hard to nail the API 312 preamp vibe. Then, they racked up 4 channels in one rack space. Plug into this for fat, punchy lows and 312-style mojo.
With Warm Audio's version of the classic Melcor 1731 and Jensen 918 op-amps, and 71 dB of gain on tap, this Beast lends character to any source you plug in.
Double your mic pre with the 710's two discrete, blendable gain stages: a tube circuit dripping with character, and a solid-state path with crisp response.
Liven up any source! Inspired by the API 312, the WA12 MKII pre delivers 71 dB of clear, warm gain with switchable impedance and a Melcor 1731-style op-amp.
The Portico 5017 packs a great-sounding Neve mic preamp, compressor, and instrument DI in a to-go box. You can even blend the XLR mic and DI to one output!
Two knobs and a T4 electro-optical attenuator -- that's all you need. The Golden Age COMP-3A compressor/limiter is modeled after the classic LA-2A and LA-3A.
Get a classic 73-style preamp and 81-style equalizer in one box with Heritage Audio's HA-81A, an all-discrete channel strip with no-compromise build quality.
Fatten your vocal tracks with this tube mic preamp's selectable plate voltage and variable impedance -- then record to your computer via USB, ADAT or S/PDIF.
The Golden Age Project Pre-73 Premier uses upgraded capacitors and transformers throughout the signal path, imparting a Neve-style thickness to any source.
What's better than a 1073-clone mic pre? Two of them! Warm up two channels with Warm Audio's hand-wired homage to the classic Class A British console preamp.