BAE Audio Bows 1073MPL

BAE Audio has released the 1073MPL, which reportedly ensconces the trademark sound of the 1073 inside a 500 Series-sized unit.
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North Hollywood, CA (June 2, 2015)—BAE Audio has released the 1073MPL, which reportedly ensconces the trademark sound of the 1073 inside a 500 Series-sized unit.

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The new 1073MPL is said to offer “harmonically rich lows, slightly resonant highs, and a defined, focused midrange.” Hand-wired and assembled in California using the same Carnhill/St Ives transformers that BAE uses for its larger, rack-mounted products, the unit is intended to stand toe-to-toe with them.

"Despite its small footprint, this unit is packed with features and delivers an immediately recognizable sound," commented Mark Loughman, BAE Audio President. "It is also very versatile—its impedance switching capability and high impedance DI make it useful for use with a range of different microphones, as well as guitars, synths and other instruments."

Specs include:
Frequency Response: 10Hz to -3dB at 55kHz
Line Input Impedance: 10k ohms
Output Impedance: 65 ohms
Common Mode Rejection Ratio: 100dB min @ 60Hz
Maximum Output Level: +27.4 dBu @ 600Ω
Gain dB: 0 to 71 dB

BAE Audio
www.baeaudio.com