Rupert Neve Launches The Portico 5033 Five Band Equalizer and Line Driver - ProSoundNetwork.com

Rupert Neve Launches The Portico 5033 Five Band Equalizer and Line Driver

Wimberley, TX (July 28, 2006)--Rupert Neve Designs has launched the Portico 5033 Five Band Equalizer and High Performance Line Driver as part of the growing family of half rack Portico series modules. The 5033 features Mr. Rupert Neve's custom input and output transformer designs, five bands of EQ based on his traditional curves, -/+12dB input level adjustment, five filter bypasses and comes available in either horizontal or vertical formats.
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Wimberley, TX (July 28, 2006)--Rupert Neve Designs has launched the Portico 5033 Five Band Equalizer and High Performance Line Driver as part of the growing family of half rack Portico series modules. The 5033 features Mr. Rupert Neve's custom input and output transformer designs, five bands of EQ based on his traditional curves, -/+12dB input level adjustment, five filter bypasses and comes available in either horizontal or vertical formats.
Portico 5033 The 5033 can be a studio staple for use in beefing up your low end, carefully carving your mid-range, or making your top end really shine. When equalization is required, the 5033 has five swept bands of EQ for the meticulous sculpting of audio signals. High and low shelving filters are engaged using the same push-button, and both are capable of boosting or cutting their respective ranges by 12 dB. The shelving filters range from 30 Hz to 300 Hz for the low shelf and 2.5 kHz to 25 kHz for the high shelf. The three mid-band filters are also capable of +/-12 dB of gain and have an additional fully variable "Q" control from a broad 0.7 and narrow 5.

Each fully parametric band can be separately engaged and is continuously variable throughout its filter range. The Low-Mid Frequency (LMF) band is continuously variable from 50 Hz to 400 Hz, the Mid Frequency (MF) band is continuously variable from 330 Hz to 2.5 kHz, and the High-Mid Frequency (HMF) range is continuously variable from 2 kHz to 16 kHz. To minimize the signal path and allow for critical A-B listening, there are also five separate filter bypasses.

The 5033 also has a high performance, transformer coupled line driver with continuously variable +/-12dB trim for optimal gain staging and level matching between processed and unprocessed signals.

For further information on the Rupert Neve Designs Portico Series, please visit www.rupertneve.com.