Meet Heritage Audio
Since Peter Rodriguez launched Heritage Audio in 2011, musicians around the world have coveted the brand’s analog signal processing equipment. Heritage strives to create a sound that harkens back to the Golden Age of recording while incorporating state-of-the-art 21st-century technology. Designed and manufactured in Spain, Heritage Audio products reflect Mr. Rodriguez’s expertise in music production and sound engineering, making them an instant fit for your studio and system.
HA73EQ JR In One Take
- 1073 style EQ for 500 Series
- A fully featured Line Input module for the 500 Series
- Power consumption: Less than 85 mA per rail at +-16VDC
- Maximum output: Greater than +26dBu into 600 Ohms
- Input Impedance: 10 Kohms bridging, transformer balanced and floating; Output impedance: Less than 75 Ohms, transformer balanced and floating, to drive a 600 ohms load.
The Heritage Audio 73EQ JR line input module shares many of the same capabilities and qualities as its highly-rated sibling, the Heritage Audio 1073. Not only do they share the same three-band equalizer and Baxandall type High and Low shelf, but they also have identical transformer-coupled line preamps and Class A transformer output stage. As a result, the HA73EQ JR doesn’t require external preamps to capture Class A sound.
Four different frequencies are possible with the addition of a high-frequency selector switch, taking this module beyond the typical fixed 12 Khz. The mid-band offers intense boosts to the midrange without distortion, making the sound lose its full richness. Features include line input gain from +6 to -20dB, bass shelf settings at 200, 110, 60, and 35 Hz, and a mid-peak band that ranges from
0.36 kHz to 7.2 Khz. With a nod to your lunchbox’s health, the 73EQ JR includes internal slow turn on, making it independent of the rest of the slots.