Mayer’s all‑analogue tape emulation is joined in the 500 series by a mic preamp and limiter.
API celebrate half a century of their iconic preamp design with a reissue for the 500 series.
This feature-packed channel strip pairs a vintage mic preamp design with a Pultec-style inductor EQ.
Does Neumann's first standalone mic preamp live up to their enviable reputation?
Though more affordable than high-end parent brand BAE, UK Sound's gear certainly isn't bargain-basement stuff!
This remote-controllable preamp boasts some unusual features aimed largely at the live-sound market.
With added functionality and improved specs, this great preamp just got better.
Could this be the perfect partnership between vintage vibe and contemporary convenience?
Retro‑Flyer adds an impedance-matched preamplifier and a mid-range EQ, plus stereo tremolo, to 73-note and 88-note Mk1 and Mk2 Rhodes pianos.
Want to combine the freedom to choose EQs and compressors with the convenience of a single plug‑in? PSP may have the answer...
Retro Instruments have supercharged the gain stage of their Sta‑Level compressor to build a 500-series preamp.
Once in a while, a new preamp brings something genuinely worthwhile to the table...
500-series modules aren't usually this expensive — but they aren't usually designed by Swiss legend Daniel Weiss...
Described as a four-band preamp, overdrive and distortion module, the M G D–2 puts guitar pedal power at the heart of your Eurorack.
Thermionic's latest valve preamp offers bags of gain and plenty of analogue warmth. Is this the perfect partner for your ribbon mics?
Black Lion's designers set out to bring versatility and lower noise to a classic preamp without sacrificing character — have they succeeded?
With its ability to deliver anything from super-subtle saturation to downright despicable distortion, could this be the only valve preamp you'll ever need?
This ADAT-equipped preamp offers one-knob compression on every channel.
There are plenty of very heavily distorted examples already out there to be heard, but I’ve gone for some tones that I think challenge the technology a little more.
Offering everything from pristine cleanliness to tube-driven colour, this preamp can hold its head high in the company of more expensive designs.
Widely touted as Boss's response to UA's popular OX, the Tube Amp Expander actually offers a contrasting approach. Will one of them be a clear winner?
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