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Telefunken rack
Old 3rd September 2007
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Telefunken rack

I want to know more about the Telefunken stuff. What is the s67 rack? Can you just fill it up with v72's? Is the rack set up for the v72's to be powered right away? What is the v530? Does it sum the outputs of the v72's? Can I use the v530 together with v72 to make a small mixer? How were these modules intended to be put together originally ?


I'm doing a pretty unconventional small set up at home. Id love a small mixer of v72's, but it seems people need a bunch of mods done to get them integrated into their standard studio set up. Which makes them very expensive, but as individual pieces they are expensive but not astronomically so. I like the idea of buying an empty s67 rack and adding v72's as money made itself available to me.

How were the preamps and rack and other telefunken modules meant to be assembled at the time they were released?

Thanks in advance
Old 3rd September 2007
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JB3
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I don't think anyone knows these better than Oliver at TAB Funkenwerk...

Custom Audio, Design and Repair

Hit him up with an email.

[email protected]

You might also find the following information helpful:

A Reader's Guide to Vintage (...er, Old) Gear by Fletcher

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