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analogdinosaur 30th July 2005 09:51 PM

Wiring Layout for Neve 801083
 
Hi,

Wondering if anyone here could post the correct layout for the Neve 801083 (1083) Channel Amp module.

Thanks
Analogdinosaur

audioez 31st July 2005 09:10 PM

if you'er looking for the pin out, I can help...I own (2)1083 and some documentation, which is very simmilar if not the same as the 1081 info.

Mr. AuroraAudio would have a more educated answer...try his neve forum at

http://www.auroraaudio.net/cgi-bin/d...conf=DCConfID1

analogdinosaur 2nd August 2005 12:03 PM

Thanks
 
Hi, thanks for the reply. I am looking for the correct pinout for the 801083. I assumed (dangerous!) that it was probably the same as 1081, but not going to chance it. If you have it it would be a big help. I'm unfortunatly not a member of Geoff's board.

Thanks
Tom the analog dinosaur

audioez 2nd August 2005 05:25 PM

lol, no problem...It's the same pin out and I'll post it when I get back from my shop...if Geoff T doesn't beat me to it. ezra

The only difference is the stepped boost/cut....Which makes the 1083 way cooler to me, but if I owned a pair of 1081's, I'd think they were the messiah too! hidz

audioez 3rd August 2005 09:19 PM

ok here it is from the original drawing, it would be nice if Geoff T. could just chime in as his initials are on the original drawing blueprints. All neve consoles that I've dealt with run on 24v.

A MIC +
B MIC -
C
D
E B-
F LINE +
G
H LINE -
I
J GAIN BOOST
K TO FADER
L FROM FADER
M TONE
N TONE
O
P O/P unbalenced
Q
R O/P +
S solo
T O/P -
U B +
V tie all MIC,LINE, O/P shields to this pin(V)

analogdinosaur 4th August 2005 03:38 AM

Thanks, you've been a big help
 
Thanks man, I appreciate all the help. The best way to avoid a mistake is always to have the correct info before you start.

Thanks again
Tom the analog dinosaur