Skulpter 500 is ostensibly a mic preamp, but there’s much more to it than that — in fact, you could argue that there’s enough on offer to call it a channel strip.
Not only do these preamps boast superb performance, they can also host one of the growing range of DIYRE Colour modules.
Although derived from their stompbox of the same name, JHS Pedals’ debut 500-series module isn’t just for guitarists!
We cast our eyes and ears over Mr Neve’s elegant contributions to the 500-series format.
How did the 500-series’ first discrete, transformer-balanced full channel strip fare in our tests?
LaChapell Audio’s experience with tubes has enabled the company to develop its proprietary TrueTube technology...
These modules can be mixed and matched to create a versatile, high-quality, Neve-esque channel strip for an impressive price.
Could this transformer- and valve-laden preamp bring some analogue magic to your recordings?
These classy new French-made modules are inspired by vintage designs, but they also add a few unexpected and useful features.
This preamp boasts huge bandwidth and input impedance. But are those features desirable?
These classy modules bring the best of Mr Neve’s classic designs into the 21st century.
With two thirds of a Radial channel strip available at this price, is there anything not to like?
This innocent-looking combination of preamp and compressor holds a useful surprise up it’s sleeve...
Neve’s venerable 1073 preamp and equaliser are both now available in API’s popular ‘Lunchbox’ format. Were they worth waiting for?
Matt Houghton takes a look at this preamp that's much more than just a preamp.
The preamp from Neve’s “ultimate analogue console” is now available ‘to go’...
Malcolm Toft’s latest brainchild enables you to turn your 500-series racks and modules into a fully modular analogue console.
DACS reformatted this classic preamp in 2011 to fit the API 500 series ‘Lunchbox’ modular format but it's only now that Hugh has found time to check it out.
Chandler's Little Devil preamp takes the warmth and mangling side of things to another level.