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Neve 1100 Module Other Modular Audio Processors
Old 17th May 2018
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Neve 1100 Module

Hello,

right now at VK they offer 2 pairs of Neve 1100, which looks like a 1084 with slightly different frequency choices.

Low-Band 33/56/100/180/330
Mid-Band (with HiQ option) 390/820/1k8/3k9/8k2
High-Band 10k/12k/15k

High-Pass 27/47/82/150/270
Low-Pass 3k9/5k6/8k2/12k/18k

Pair 1 @ VK
Pair 2 @ VK (EQ Description is wrong)

According to Vintage King Website:
Quote:
The Neve 1100 is a Class A discrete Mic Pre/4 band EQ. The 1100 is similar to the Neve 1081 but is housed in a 1073-sized module.
The description should read 1084
Old 17th May 2018
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Hey Hecker,

These are very rare modules which probably originated from one or two custom desks at a specific facility. The do appear to be like 1084's, but the VK description is essentially correct -- they actually have a class AB output, so they are sonically more similar to a 1081 module than to a 1084/1073/1066. In broad stokes, you might think of them as 1081's (with a more limited EQ section) in a 1084 form factor, if that's helpful. Geoff may chime in with more specific info, but that's the general gist. Cheers -- JB
Old 17th May 2018
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Don’t be fooled into thinking these ‘Rare’ modules are investments.. if they’re not the ones thtgat makes the girls n boys gag with excitement it’s a tool not an investment. There’s are lots of great Neve modules about but just haven’t hit the mainstream that are equally as good as the greatest hits 1073/84/81 which have genuine fandom and investment value, albeit depleting with thectafy if very credible clones out there now.

Wiggy
Old 24th May 2018
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thanks guys for your info, but I'm not looking for investing money into modules.
I´d rather buy a storage house full of peanuts
Old 26th May 2018
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Paging Steve Butterworth AKA PAST.
Old 26th May 2018
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Hi

It's a few decades since I last looked at one so take anything I say hereon with a degree of suspicion....

I recall seeing one with an internal motherboard with a 440 output stage (as in Class AB) and two output transformers. It was intended to work with the Goofy USA broadcast spec of -10dBV into 150 ohms.

There.... let's see if I'm anywhere close...
Old 1 week ago
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Here you go Geoff....
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Old 1 week ago
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Hi

Thanks! It seems like I was spot on with a recollection from around 1998!

At the time I believe I changed the gain structure to closer resemble a regular 10## module.

I don't recall the values or parts I changed after 20 years!




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Here you go Geoff....
Old 1 week ago
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You are welcome!
Seems like those cells are still working.
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