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- 1959 Electrodyne 201-A Microphone PreAmpilifier Module

- Many Consider the Electrodyne 201-A As One of the Best Sounding Mic Pres Ever Produced

- This Exceedingly Rare Tube Module, Serial Number RL7025, is 16 of 16 Currently Available For Purchase

- Being That They Were Both Made by MCA Technologies, the Electrodyne 201-A is IDENTICAL to the Extremely Coveted Langevin 5116B Tube Mic Pre. However, the 201-A Features a Better Layout With More Sizable Traces in a Less-Cramped PCB Layout: Thus Making it Much Easier to Service and Repair When Compared to it’s Langevin Counterpart

- According to the Schematic, the Output Gain is Dependent Upon the R5/R6 Resistor Values. 22K = 30 DB, 39K = 35 DB, 100K = 40 DB (Standard), 150K =46 DB.

- For Additional Reference, The Universal Audio 1016 is Extremely Similar in Design and Sound

- Mr. Larry DeVivo is Documented Online as Owning a 1-of-a-Kind Langevin Tube Console Which Features 10 Electrodyne 201-A Modules, In Addition To, a Pair of Langevin 251-A EQ Modules, WOW. Well, Here’s Your Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity to Build a 16-Channel Langevin Console, Just Make Room for a Batch of Langevin 251s and 252s and You’ll Be the Proud New Owner of the Best Tube Console Ever Assembled

- This Module Was Tested with a Tube Power Supply Made by Mark Sampson of Matchless Amplifiers. It Works, Though a Complete Service is Recommended for Best Studio Application. It is Missing the Rack Lock Key on the Front Panel.

- All 16 of These Electrodyne Modules Were Purchased From the Indigo Ranch Studios Collection

- Can Safely Ship Worldwide!

Listed9 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
  • 201-A
  • Aluminum
  • 1959
Made In
  • United States

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