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Old 21st October 2015
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Neve Broadcast Kit

Hi everyone, it's just arrive, a broadcast neve 5303

here some photos:

i am thinking how to configure it to use in a recording studio.

Any ideas? comment?

thank you



andrea
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Old 21st October 2015
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another shots
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Old 21st October 2015
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Hi
Those drawings take me back to 1979 when I was doing those for Audix, under 'supervision' of ex Neve guys (there was a bit of swapping around in those days and the factories were only a few miles apart).
You need to decide what you NEED but there is a fair amount of 'stuff' that can be reconfigured to make a decent line level summing desk with some mic amps.
You have a fair 'stash' of Marinair transformer in there, 19 in one row!
Matt S
Old 21st October 2015
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re

thanks Matt.

yes, i have got all the schematics for everything, preamp, compressor, neve transformer wiring

The desk it's from 1974 and it is working, i have turn it on, and everythings is working.
i have not to figure out the controll room yet.

the 4 preamps ( 3116 ) is hardwired directly to the compressor ( 3310 )

i wish to add a direct out after compressor to have 4 "channel strip"
and try (if possible) to transform the Ducking unit 2258 as Main left right compressor on 2Buss.

the desk is wiring as:

on the left
4 stereo imput

on the right
4 preamp+compressor Out of compressor to the first four fader
2 stereo imput with A B C D E F separate assignement as imput
1 mono imput
1 stereo Cleanfield imput

the sound on the first test is glorius
Old 21st October 2015
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Originally Posted by andrea19837 View Post
thanks Matt.

yes, i have got all the schematics for everything, preamp, compressor, neve transformer wiring

The desk it's from 1974 and it is working, i have turn it on, and everythings is working.
i have not to figure out the controll room yet.

the 4 preamps ( 3116 ) is hardwired directly to the compressor ( 3310 )

i wish to add a direct out after compressor to have 4 "channel strip"
and try (if possible) to transform the Ducking unit 2258 as Main left right compressor on 2Buss.

the desk is wiring as:

on the left
4 stereo imput

on the right
4 preamp+compressor Out of compressor to the first four fader
2 stereo imput with A B C D E F separate assignement as imput
1 mono imput
1 stereo Cleanfield imput

the sound on the first test is glorius
Hi

It's a Neve 5303... I don't think they made more than two

It was designed for local radio studios.

Old 21st October 2015
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Matt Syson View Post
Hi
Those drawings take me back to 1979 when I was doing those for Audix, under 'supervision' of ex Neve guys (there was a bit of swapping around in those days and the factories were only a few miles apart).
You need to decide what you NEED but there is a fair amount of 'stuff' that can be reconfigured to make a decent line level summing desk with some mic amps.
You have a fair 'stash' of Marinair transformer in there, 19 in one row!
Matt S
Hi Matt

They look like St Ive's to me... by 1974 Marinair were making them in complete enclosure rather than 2 "L's" but they might be old Marinairs that looked the same.

Old 21st October 2015
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Hi Geoff
Yes could be either manufacturer at this stage.
The screening was not super effective so putting them so close might have compromised crosstalk.
Whichever, there is enough 'stuff' there to make a nice mini console.
Matt S
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