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  • Shelford Channel

    Shelford Channel

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    A Whole New Vintage – Over fifty years in the making, the Shelford Channel is the definitive evolution of the original technologies in Rupert’s classic console modules like the 1073, 1064, 1081 & 2254, thoughtfully advanced and refined for the 21st century studio. The Shelford Channel is built around Rupert Neve’s first new transformer-gain, class-A microphone

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    Shelford Channel

    A Whole New Vintage – Over fifty years in the making, the Shelford Channel is the definitive evolution of the original technologies in Rupert’s classic console modules like the 1073, 1064, 1081 & 2254, thoughtfully advanced and refined for the 21st century studio. The Shelford Channel is built around Rupert Neve’s first new transformer-gain, class-A microphone preamplifier in over 40 years, the “best-of-the-classics” inductor EQ section from the Shelford 5052, a tone-packed Diode bridge compressor, the analog power of variable Silk saturation, a new dual-tap transformer output stage for maintaining headroom or allowing the full driving of the Channel without clipping standard converters, and twice the operating voltage of vintage designs.

    Over fifty years in the making, the Shelford Channel is the definitive evolution of the original technologies in Rupert’s classic console modules like the 1073, 1064, 1081 & 2254, thoughtfully advanced and refined for the 21st century studio. The Shelford Channel is built around Rupert Neve’s first new transformer-gain, class-A microphone preamplifier in over 40 years, the “best-of-the-classics” inductor EQ section from the Shelford 5052, a tone-packed Diode bridge compressor, the analog power of variable Silk saturation, a new dual-tap transformer output stage for maintaining headroom or allowing the full driving of the Channel without clipping standard converters, and twice the operating voltage of vintage designs. With richly-colored tonal options for making bold statements with your music, and precisely-engineered detented controls for recall, the vintage-inspired Shelford Channel maintains the soul of Rupert’s classic designs with new levels of versatility, delivering what can only be described as the combined essence of fifty years of Rupert Neve’s designs

    Transformer Gain Mic Input
    Like Rupert’s classic designs, the Shelford Channel’s mic input uses direct transformer coupling with 15dB of gain in the transformer itself. This extremely sensitive design utilizes the new RN4012 transformer
    Direct Input
    The Hi-Z front panel input uses the same discrete class-A FET with transformer topology as the Rupert Neve Designs RNDI, but it utilizes the new RN4012 input transformer directly into the microphone preamp for gain.
    Dual Tap Output
    The dual-tap output for the Channel’s RN2042 square-core output transformer creates both high and low headroom outputs without compromising the channel’s performance. The high headroom tap is designed capture a more pristine sound at high levels
    Silk & Texture
    Another advantage of the Shelford Channels’ transformer balanced output stage versus vintage modules is the addition of the variable Silk & Texture circuitry, which allows complete control over the harmonic content and saturation of the output transformer. With Silk disengaged, the output is modern and pristine, yet still retains Rupert’s signature larger-than-life transformer sound. When engaged, the harmonic content – predominantly 2nd order and 3rd order with no high order distortion
    MIC/DI/LINE
    Switches between microphone/direct injection input (button out) or line input (button in).
    Gnd Lift
    This switch separates the direct connection from audio signal ground to chassis earth.
    Signal Present LED
    This LED is dual function. When green, it indicates “Signal Presence” (a signal level of -20dBu). When red, it indicates 2-3dB below input stage clipping of the Mic/Line stage (+23 dBu while the pre actually clips at +25 dBu).
    Mic Gain
    This 12-way precision rotary switch controls gain from 0 to 66 dB in 6 dB steps.
    Trim
    This rotary switch provides further continuous gain adjustment over a range of +/– 6 dB.
    48V
    This push button switch engages phantom power on the microphone input. Please remember to press the mute button or turn down monitors and headphone sends or the channel the Shelford Channel is plugged into before toggling “+48” (and be especially cautious if you use pre-fader aux sends for headphones).
    Phase
    This push button switch inverts the polarity of the signal path. It illuminates when engaged. (The symbol “Ø” is often used to denote opposite polarity.)
    HPF
    The HPF switch engages a 12dB per octave high pass filter. The HPF potentiometer is variable from 20Hz to 250Hz, and can be used to filter out unwanted low frequencies, or in conjunction with the EQ to help shape source material.
    EQ In
    This swtich engages all EQ frequency bands except the HPF.

  • 542

    542

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    542 "True Tape" Emulation with Variable Silk, Soft-C

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    542 "True Tape" Emulation with Variable Silk, Soft-C

  • 543

    543

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    543 Mono Compressor / Limiter

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    543

    543 Mono Compressor / Limiter

  • 5033-H

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    5033-H Five Band EQ (horizontal)

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    5033-H Five Band EQ (horizontal)

  • 5033-V

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    5033-V Five Band EQ (vertical)

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    5033-V Five Band EQ (vertical)

  • 5043-H

    5043-H

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    5043-H 2-Channel Compressor / Limiter (horizontal)

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    5043-H 2-Channel Compressor / Limiter (horizontal)

  • 5043-V

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    5043-V 2-Channel Compressor / Limiter (vertical)

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    5043-V 2-Channel Compressor / Limiter (vertical)

  • 5051

    5051

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    5051 (vertical only) Inductor EQ and Compressor The 5051 combines a classic three band EQ based on Rupert’s vintage designs with the power and flexibility of the Portico II compressor. Utilizing a fully-discrete, class-A signal path and high performance input and output transformers, the 5051 delivers the performance and musicality expected from a Rupert Neve

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    5051

    5051 (vertical only) Inductor EQ and Compressor

    The 5051 combines a classic three band EQ based on Rupert’s vintage designs with the power and flexibility of the Portico II compressor. Utilizing a fully-discrete, class-A signal path and high performance input and output transformers, the 5051 delivers the performance and musicality expected from a Rupert Neve Design.

    Frequency Response:
    Main Output, no load, –3 dB @ 2.5 Hz
    –3 dB @ 125 kHz
    Noise:
    Measured at Main Output, unweighted, 22Hz-22kHz, Terminated 40 Ohms, With gain at unity
    better than –102 dBu
    Maximum input:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +25 dBu.
    Maximum output:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kHz is +25 dBu. Total Harmonic Distortion and Noise: from <10 Hz to 80 kHz,
    @ 1kHz, +20 dBu output: Better than 0.002% @ 20Hz, +20 dBu out Better than 0.120%
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    @ 20kHz, +20 dBu out Better than 0.010%
    Maximum input:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kH, +24.5 dBu
    Maximum output:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +24.5 dBu
    Total Harmonic Distortion and Noise:
    from <10 Hz to 80 kHz, @ 1kHz, +20 dBu output: Better than 0.007% @ 20Hz, +20 dBu out Better than 0.120% @ 20kHz, +20 dBu out Better than 0.070%
    The Compressor
    (Threshold at +20 dB, Ratio at 1.1:1, Gain at 0)
    Noise:
    Measured at Main Output, unweighted, 22Hz-22kHz, Terminated 40 Ohms.
    Better than –92 dBu
    Maximum input:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +25 dBu.
    Maximum output:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +25 dBu.
    Total Harmonic Distortion and Noise:
    from <10 Hz to 80 kHz @ 1kHz, +20 dBu output: Better than 0.020% @ 20Hz, +20 dBu output Better than 0.140% @ 20kHz, +20 dBu output Better than 0.070%

  • 5052

    5052

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    5052 (vertical only) Mic Pre / Inductor EQ The Shelford 5052 echoes the simple and definitive 1073 feature set with a vertically-oriented mic pre, high pass filter, and 3-band inductor EQ, while also incorporating modern capabilities like the variable Silk / Texture control from the Portico II Series and simultaneous pre / post “tape” operation.

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    5052

    5052 (vertical only) Mic Pre / Inductor EQ

    The Shelford 5052 echoes the simple and definitive 1073 feature set with a vertically-oriented mic pre, high pass filter, and 3-band inductor EQ, while also incorporating modern capabilities like the variable Silk / Texture control from the Portico II Series and simultaneous pre / post “tape” operation. Utilizing class-A, discrete, +/- 24V topologies with custom-wound transformers and inductors, Rupert Neve designed the 5052 as a vintage-style channel strip that captures the soul of his classic designs, without the previous compromises.

    Frequency Response:
    Main Output, no load, –3 dB @ 2.5 Hz
    –3 dB @ 125 kHz
    Noise:
    Measured at Main Output, unweighted, 22Hz-22kHz, Terminated 40 Ohms, With gain at unity
    better than –102 dBu
    Maximum input:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +25 dBu.
    Maximum output:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kHz is +25 dBu. Total Harmonic Distortion and Noise: from <10 Hz to 80 kHz,
    @ 1kHz, +20 dBu output: Better than 0.002% @ 20Hz, +20 dBu out Better than 0.120%
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    @ 20kHz, +20 dBu out Better than 0.010%
    Equalizer
    Noise:
    Measured at Main Output, unweighted, 22Hz-22kHz, Terminated 40 Ohms. with all gains set at 0,
    Better than –92 dBu
    Maximum input:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kH, +24.5 dBu
    Maximum output:
    from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +24.5 dBu
    Total Harmonic Distortion and Noise:
    from <10 Hz to 80 kHz, @ 1kHz, +20 dBu output: Better than 0.007% @ 20Hz, +20 dBu out Better than 0.120% @ 20kHz, +20 dBu out Better than 0.070%

  • CMC100

    CMC100

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    Monitor Controller : Passive Balance Signal Path, Mono Switch, Mute Switch

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    CMC100

    Monitor Controller : Passive Balance Signal Path, Mono Switch, Mute Switch

  • ZONE MIX3

    ZONE MIX3

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    Stereo zone distribution system

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    ZONE MIX3

    Stereo zone distribution system

  • AMIS31EQ

    AMIS31EQ

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    Graphic Equaliser. 31 Band, Single Channel

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    AMIS31EQ

    Graphic Equaliser. 31 Band, Single Channel

  • R6

    R6

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    6-Way 500 series Rack Power-wise, the R6 has more than 150% the required current for a 6-space chassis to prevent the power rails from failing under a higher-than-expected load. To help monitor and troubleshoot problematic modules, the R6 is equipped with LED current metering to show how much power is being used. The internal power

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    6-Way 500 series Rack

    Power-wise, the R6 has more than 150% the required current for a 6-space chassis to prevent the power rails from failing under a higher-than-expected load. To help monitor and troubleshoot problematic modules, the R6 is equipped with LED current metering to show how much power is being used. The internal power supply itself has been carefully designed and double-shielded to avoid significant magnetic induction in any of the channel positions. With such attention to providing and monitoring power, the R6 helps your modules realize their fullest potential.

    DC Voltage to Units
    +/-16VDC and +48VDC for phantom power
    Max Current
    1000mA for modules, 150mA for 48V phantom power
    Power Requirements
    100-240VAC, 50/60Hz, 50 Watts
    Weight
    9.5lbs
    Dimensions
    13” long x 7.5”wide x 5.5” high

  • 551

    551

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    500 Series lnductor EQ The 3-band, custom-tapped inductor EQ on the 551 was inspired by RND’s favorite portions of Rupert’s vintage EQ designs. The low frequency band is designed to produce a creamy, resonant bass response – however, unlike the vintage modules that inspired it, the LF band on the 551 can be used as

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    500 Series lnductor EQ

    The 3-band, custom-tapped inductor EQ on the 551 was inspired by RND’s favorite portions of Rupert’s vintage EQ designs. The low frequency band is designed to produce a creamy, resonant bass response – however, unlike the vintage modules that inspired it, the LF band on the 551 can be used as either a shelf or a peak filter, adding punch, dimension, and control to your low end. The 551’s inductor midrange band is ideal for sweetening vocals and instruments while bringing them forward in a mix, and its proportional “Q” response makes it well-suited for minimizing problematic frequencies. The high frequency band is a hybrid vintage / modern design, blending inductor circuitry with capacitor-based topologies to achieve vintage tones with enhanced control. The High Pass filter is a 12dB/octave design with a fixed 80Hz frequency, and can be used in tandem with the low frequency EQ to add low-end presence without clouding the source material. As Rupert originally intended with his most prized classic designs, each EQ section uses low-feedback, class-A discrete electronics to prevent low-level artifacts and harshness from detracting from the tonal shaping. However, this new circuit is a decidedly modern design with updated techniques and components that were simply not available 35 years ago, and should not be considered a “clone”. Both the high and low band can be switched from shelf to peak curves and offer 15 dB of boost or cut. The high band can be switched from 8 kHz to 16 kHz, and the low band can be selected at 35 Hz, 60 Hz, 100 Hz or 220 Hz. The inductor based Mid Band offers 6 center frequencies; 200 Hz, 350 Hz, 700 Hz, 1.5 kHz, 3 kHz and 6 kHz. The Mid Band also has a “Mid Hi Q” switch to narrow the bandwidth (increase the Q) of the filter.

    Equalizer Bypassed
    Noise:
    Measured at Main Output, un-weighted, 22Hz-22kHz, source impedance 40 Ohms
    balanced.
    Better than -102dBV
    Frequency Response
    Main output, no load
    +/- 0.1dBu from
    20Hz to 31.5kHz
    -1dB @ 120kHz
    Maximum Output Level
    23.25dBu
    Total Harmonic Distortion and Noise
    @ 1kHz, +20dBu output level, no load.
    Better than 0.0025%
    @ 20Hz, +20dBu output level, no load.
    0.13% Typical (2nd and 3rd harmonic)
    High Pass Filter:
    -2.7dB @ 80Hz
    Slope:
    12dB/Octave
    Equalizer Engaged
    Noise:
    Measured at Main Output, un-weighted, 22Hz-22kHz, source impedance 40 Ohms balanced.
    Better than -94dBV
    Frequency Response
    Main output, no load
    +/- 0.25dBu from 20Hz to 45kHz
    -2dB @ 120kHz
    Maximum Output Level
    23dBu
    Total Harmonic Distortion and Noise
    @ 1kHz, +20dBu output level, no load.
    Better than 0.009%
    @ 20Hz, +20dBu output level, no load.
    0.13% Typical (2nd and 3rd harmonic)
    Power Requirements
    120mA on +16VDC
    110ma on -16VDC

  • RPM6600

    RPM6600

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    Mixer/Splitter : 8 Input to 2 Output Mixer or 2 Input to 6 Output Splitter

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    RPM6600

    Mixer/Splitter : 8 Input to 2 Output Mixer or 2 Input to 6 Output Splitter

  • RPX2300

    RPX2300

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    2-/3-Way Active XO

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    RPX2300

    2-/3-Way Active XO