Originally Posted by echorec
Many thanks Geoff!
What kind of EQ does it have?
To be honest... it was around 1972/73, they didn't make many, those they did were different from the one before, etc., so I can barely remember.
In concept they were along the lines of the 34128 suitcase module idea where the channel module included the mic pre, the Eq, and the pan control and aux send pot(s). In the case of the PSM the fader was external to the module in the normal fader position.
I have a picture of a really simple PSM on my site that you can see here... http://www.auroraaudio.net/aa_html/n...images/PSM.jpg
This one you can kind of figure out the channel if you assume the gain control is at the top and the pan pot and aux send pot are at the bottom.
There were several different types of channel module, all the impossible to remember 1D005 kind of deal. and I can't recall specifics.
They were nice little consoles though, much smaller than others produced by Neve around that time (eg BCM10)