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Heritage Audio announces TT-73 and DTT-73 tabletop units
Old 12th October 2013
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Heritage Audio announces TT-73 and DTT-73 tabletop units

Standing for TABLETOP 73 and DUAL TABLETOP 73, these are in essence reformatted versions of the DMA73.They bring a new flavor to the Heritage Audio line of outboard gear, widening the range of application to On Stage use, portable systems, hotel rooms, On Location recordings, etc.

Now musicians are able to give 1073-driven line levels to FOH engineers, using the front panel DI inputs. While on the road they are able to record at the same studio quality level from hotel rooms, etc. Stage microphones can be brought up to line level without using long cable runs. These are just some of the possibilities.

Special care has been taken with the internal worldwide power supply and no noise has been introduced.

New to the range of tabletop units is the implementation of DI THRU jacks for simultaneous use of instrument amplifiers. A ground lift switch prevents any ground loops introducing hum in the audio when using these.

The combination of wood and RAF blue grey steel makes the tabletop units aesthetically stand out in any professional recording environment and will bring your pro or semi pro facility the touch of class you´re looking for.





Old 12th October 2013
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These are superb !!
Old 12th October 2013
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Nice!
Old 12th October 2013
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You guys are on FIRE......Whatever you guys are smoking I want some.

Now could we please have the BCM10 sidecar!
Old 12th October 2013
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These look great!
When will they be available? price?
Old 13th October 2013
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Been quoted 1200 US for the TT and 2200 US for the DTT.
Old 13th October 2013
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Ok , you guys sure have a ton of great looking stuff ! keep up the great work on these products .
Old 13th October 2013
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They look great but i was hoping an eq in 500 format and maybe a comp in 500 too!
Old 13th October 2013
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Make a perfect copy of a 2264/32264 and i buy 8 in a heartbeat
Old 14th October 2013
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Make a perfect copy of a 2264/32264 and i buy 8 in a heartbeat
Have you tested Heritage 2264E?
i have 6 of these modules and i can say that it is magic for EVERYTHING!!!
Sold my 33609 and 2 vintage 2264.
Do yourself a favor . check these monsters.
Old 14th October 2013
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I wonder why they decided not to build a single channel (DTT chassis) that includes the eq...

...Power supply maybe?
Old 14th October 2013
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Make a perfect copy of a 2264/32264 and i buy 8 in a heartbeat
Product 2264E :: Heritage Audio
Old 14th October 2013
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I'm not a big fan of tabletop mic pres but these just look damn sexy. Maybe it's just the combination of Neve blue and the wood end caps.
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They look great but i was hoping an eq in 500 format and maybe a comp in 500 too!
Leave something for winter NAMM!!
Old 14th October 2013
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Leave something for winter NAMM!!
Cooool! So i'll be patient even if the rtz peq-1549 tickles me a bit.

Regards.
Lud.
Old 14th October 2013
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Congrats, these looks great !!!



Paul
Old 14th October 2013
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HOLY. ****. Getting one for sure.
Old 14th October 2013
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Can i PLEASE get a measurement of the metal top in between the wood? Would love to remove the handle and sit my mono mix-cube in there!!!!!
Old 15th October 2013
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Fingers crossed for a single U rack 1073 that's not backwards like BAE...
Old 15th October 2013
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Dead sexy.
Old 15th October 2013
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Exciting stuff, these are gonna blow the doors off.

As always, thanks for making a pre that walks like a duck and quacks like one!

War
Old 15th October 2013
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Exciting stuff, these are gonna blow the doors off.

As always, thanks for making a pre that walks like a duck and quacks like one!

War
Thanks Warren!
Old 15th October 2013
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Does anyone have the dimensions of both the TT and the DTT.

Thinking of purchasing the TT and would love to see it sitting on my shelf.

Keith.
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Does anyone have the dimensions of both the TT and the DTT.

Thinking of purchasing the TT and would love to see it sitting on my shelf.

Keith.
I've already asked in this thread and sent a PM to Heritage. I'll report back if I hear separately. I am thinking of all kinds of awesome configurations with other gear hahaha. Mix cube on top first and foremost.
Old 15th October 2013
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I've already asked in this thread and sent a PM to Heritage. I'll report back if I hear separately. I am thinking of all kinds of awesome configurations with other gear hahaha. Mix cube on top first and foremost.
Thinking it would look good sitting next to my Lynx Hilo and connected to it with my AEA R84 plugged into the TT.

Keith.
Old 15th October 2013
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So far Heritage said the top in between the wood is 8 1/4 wide so the whole thing probably just shy of 9" wide. I need to know depth as well.

Man, now what compressor to pair this with!?!?!?
Old 22nd October 2013
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So far Heritage said the top in between the wood is 8 1/4 wide so the whole thing probably just shy of 9" wide. I need to know depth as well.

Man, now what compressor to pair this with!?!?!?
Dimensions are ( aprox )

9 x 9.5 " at the top for both TT and DTT
10 x 9.5 " at the bottom for the TT
11 x 9.5 " at the bottom for the DTT
Old 1st November 2013
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thanks!
Old 2nd November 2013
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Got to use one last week - Sounded awesome.
Old 3rd November 2013
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Is the power supply built in, or separate like the DMA-73?
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