Anaheim, CA (February 4, 2016)—BAE Audio introduced two new 500 series equalizers at NAMM—the 1066DL and 1023L units, based on the company’s 1066D and 1023 preamplifiers.
The new 1066DL is based on the 1066, which features the same mic-line preamplification stage as the 1073, but features different frequency selections in its EQ. The available frequencies on the 1066 are suited to guitar applications because of its midrange.
Meanwhile, the 1023L—based on the 1023—takes the preamp and EQ from the 1073 and expands upon it with more frequency options in the high and mid sections, even allowing users to play the mid bell curve directly against the high and low shelves where they overlap.
The 1066DL and 1023 are the latest in BAE Audio’s 500 series; each of its units are hand-wired and assembled in California.