The 1058 is an extremely rare and sought after Neve module. Built in the 1960s, the 1058 is a Germanium based module with a fixed High and Low EQ, the Low band is set at 40Hz and the High is set at 10kHz, with selectable mid frequencies. See specs image attached as well.

This pair comes in a custom PAD rack are in excellent condition as shown via the pictures posted here. These pre's have a wonderful large, full sound and excel on bass and guitars, as heard on Soundgarden's  Superunknown.

The custom PAD rack, and the modules themselves, includes:

  • Gardner MU7525 mic input transformer
  • Marinair LI-31167 Line input transformer
  • Marinair LO-1166 Line output transformer
  • All electrolytics replaced using high quality 105C or better Axial caps by Phillips and Miec.
  • All pots and rotary switches cleaned and tested. Replaced if necessary.
  • Lighted Toggle switches.
  • 20db Pad and Phase Reverse on Mic Inputs.
  • Phantom Power with soft start.
  • Toroidal transformer linear regulated power supply.(120v only)

From Neve:

Channel amplifier type 1058 is designed to accept signals from microphone and line sources and raise them to 0 dBm for feeding a 600 ohm load. Low noise and distortion and generous overload performance are important features of this amplifier.High, mid (presence) and low frequency controls are included. A ten position input sensitivity switch covers the range 0 to -80 dBm. Two inputs are provided for line and microphone use. The line input is selected on the first three positions of the sensitivity switch (0 to -20 dBm). The microphone input is selected on the remaining 7 positions (-20 to -80 dBm).The amplifier is housed in a completely screened case with removable side panels and is fitted with runners to slide between the rails of the I.S.E.P. (International Standard Equipment Practice) modular system. All connections are made on a multi-way in-line connector socket at the rear which engages with a mating plug when the amplifier is pushed home into the console desk or frame. Individual plug-in printed circuit amplifiers are used for each stage. The sensitivity switch operates by varying both feedback and attenuation to maintain wide dynamic range at all settings. Frequency correction and filter characteristics are obtained by the use of selective feedback. Generous use of D.C. feedback results in extremely stable operation over the range 0 to +55°C

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Listeda year ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • 1058
  • Black
  • 1960's
Made In
  • United Kingdom

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