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.
This "British Mod" of the Distressor compressor gives you ELI's version of the classic 1176 "all buttons in" setting -- plus a Stereo Image Link option.
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.
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.
A two-channel '73-style mic preamp/EQ in an affordable package? Yes, please! Warm Audio's take on the 1073 delivers 80 dB of gain and 3-band EQ -- times two.
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.
Combining elements of Manley's most-loved outboard gear in a musician-friendly mic preamp/EQ/compressor/limiter, the Core makes it easy to get a great sound.
Add 4 channels of Twin-Finity mic preamps to your recording studio rack! The 4-710D's hybrid signal path lets you blend solid-state clarity and tube warmth.
Heritage Audio's take on classic diode-bridge compressors, this all-discrete Class A dynamics processor features Carnhill/St. Ives transformer-balanced I/O.
The Shelford channel strip gives you the character of a Neve console, thanks to Rupert's Class A mic preamp, inductor EQ, diode-bridge comp/limiter and more.
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!
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.
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.