Vintech 573 500-Series Microphone Preamp


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The Vintech 573 500-Series Microphone Preamp is a class A, all discrete, transformer balanced microphone preamplifier that finally brings accurate Neve 1073 sound to the 500-Series format.

The Vintech 573 500-Series Microphone Preamp is based on the classic Neve 1073 module. The Vintech 573 also features an all new discrete high impedance D.I. that goes through the input transformer. The Vintech 573 is also capable of accepting line level sources via a switch on the front panel. The Vintech 573 500-Series Microphone Preamp contains no IC's and no surface mount components and is made at Vintech's shop in the USA.

Vintech 573 500-Series Microphone Preamp Features

  • The great Vintech sound in a robust and reliable single-slot 500-series package
  • Discrete Op Amp signal path - No IC chips
  • No surface mount components
  • Front panel DI, line and mic level inputs and independent input and output gain control

Vintech 573 500-Series Microphone Preamp Specifications

  • Preamp Type: Solid State
  • Channels: One
  • Power: Phantom Powered
  • Analog Outputs: 1 x 1/4"
  • Gain: 70db
  • Chassis: 500 Series

Vintech 573 500-Series Microphone Preamp Includes

  • 573 500-Series Microphone Preamp
  • 1 Year Warranty

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  • 5

    This unit really does capture the 1073 sound, but in a 500 series unit. This unit brought my vocal recordings to life. Paired with my Peluso 2247SE, it rocks. Actually paired with any of my mics it sounds awesome. I even tried it live with my Neumann KMS 105 with great success. I found the stepped gain knob to be solid and the continuous output trim knob to be smooth. I wish it had a HPF, but for the price, I won't complain. It's also very quiet. Pretty much no noise or transformer hum. I'm very happy with my purchase and you will be too.