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Golden anniversaries of pop-culture icons come and go all the time. Some, however, are truly worth celebrating. There’s no doubt that Rupert Neve’s 1073 microphone/line amplifier, launched in 1970, is the most revered British solid-state mic preamp of all time. Sure, EMI’s original TG transistorised desks can lay claim to state-of-the-art status but, to use one of those back in the day, you would’ve had to record at Abbey Road Studios. All the other cool studios had a Neve.

To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1073, AMS Neve has created the ultimate 1073 package for the 21st century, incorporating eight channels of their legendary Class A microphone preamps into a standard 2U 19-inch rackmount unit.

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